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: Play School

A programme for children at home.
(to 11.30)


Storyteller: Enid Lorimer
Presenter: Carole Ward
Presenter: Gordon Rollings

: News

and Line-Up for Tuesday

: Tuesday Term

7.30 Mathematics '64: 19: Monte Carlo and the Computer
A series of twenty programmes reflecting new trends in mathematics and in the teaching of mathematics.

A roulette wheel can help us study a simple queueing problem, but for more complex problems the digital computer can be made to generate its own 'random numbers'.
Introduced by Alan Tammadge.

8.0 Design to Prosper: 4: New Tools
A series on engineering design.

Signs of a revolution in the design process already exist-the main origin of this is the computer. How is this changing traditional methods of design?
Introduced by Paddy Feeny.

8.30 Brain and Behaviour: 7: The Adult under Treatment
A series of eight programmes which examine the links between mind and body in the light of modern psychiatric knowledge and practice.

What is psychoanalysis? How large a part can physical treatment or drugs play in dealing with mental illness?
Introduced by The Director of the Department of Psychological Medicine, Guy's Hospital and a psychoanalyst.

9.0 Remaking Africa: 4: Rulers and Ruled
A series of five programmes about the problems facing newly independent countries.
Introduced by Keith Kyle.

Implicit in the whole notion of directing a society to certain political and economic ends is the creation of an administrative class. Educated people tend to want prestige jobs in the towns, while the greatest need lies in the country-in making agriculture more efficient and productive.
Including contributions from: Gabriel d'Arboussier former Senegalese Ambassador in Paris; Mwai Kibaki Chairman, Kenya Planning Commission; Dr. Milton Obote
Prime Minister of Uganda.


Presenter (Mathematics '64): Alan Tammadge
Presented by (Mathematics '64): Stuart Hollingdale
Producer (Mathematics '64): David Roseveare
Presenter (Design to Prosper): Paddy Feeny
Film cameraman (Design to Prosper): Eugene Carr
Film editor (Design to Prosper): Michael Stoffer
Production assistant (Design to Prosper): Julian Cooper
Director (Design to Prosper): Richard Thomas
Producer (Design to Prosper): Jill Wood
Presenter (Brain and Behaviour): The Director of the Department of Psychological Medicine, Guy's Hospital [name uncredited]
Presenter (Brain and Behaviour): A psychoanalyst [name uncredited]
Designer (Brain and Behaviour): Norman Vertigan
Producer (Brain and Behaviour): John Drummond
Presenter (Remaking Africa): Keith Kyle
Interviewee (Remaking Africa): Gabriel d'Arboussier
Interviewee (Remaking Africa): Mwai Kibaki
Interviewee (Remaking Africa): Dr. Milton Obote
Film editor (Remaking Africa): Andrew Borthwick
Designer (Remaking Africa): Alan Hunter-Craig
Producer (Remaking Africa): Ian Martin

: Arrest and Trial: Those Which Love Has Made

A film series.
Starring Ben Gazzara, Chuck Connors.
and Special guest stars, Macdonald Carey, Mala Powers, Chris Robinson
with John Larch, Roger Perry


Nick Anderson: Ben Gazzara
John Egan: Chuck Connors
Professor Marcus Kane: MacDonald Carey
Martha Phipps: Mala Powers
Bradford Holcombe: Chris Robinson
Deputy DA Jerry Miller: John Larch
Det. Sgt. Dan Kirby: Roger Perry

: Newsroom

followed by The Weather

: Late Night Line-Up

Round off the day with Denis Tuohy, Michael Dean and tonight's guests.


Presenter: Denis Tuohy
Presenter: Michael Dean

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