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: Play School

A programme for children at home.
Storyteller this week, Athene Seyler
Athene Seyler is appearing in 'The Reluctant Peer' at the Duchess Theatre, London
(to 11.30)

Contributors

Storyteller: Athene Seyler
Presenter: Terence Holland
Presenter: Marla Landi
Production team: Molly Cox
Production team: Cynthia Harris
Production team: Anna Home
Production team: Daphne Jones
Graphics: Hilary Hayton
Designer: Geoffrey Kirkland
Pianist: Patrick Harvey
Film editor: Howard Kennett
Designer: Eric J. Croall
Producer: Joy Whitby

: News

and Line-Up for Monday

: Beat Extra

Thirty minutes of non-stop beat and shake.
Presenting Dionne Warwick, Carl Perkins, The Honeycombs, The Nashville Teens,
The Hell Raisers.
Resident Group: Wayne Gibson with the Dynamic Sounds
The Beat Girls
Introduced by Pat Campbell.
(To be repeated next Saturday)

Contributors

Singer: Dionne Warwick
Singer/guitarist: Carl Perkins
Band: The Honeycombs
Band: The Nashville Teens
Musicians: The Hell Raisers
House band: Wayne Gibson with the Dynamic Sounds
Dancers: The Beat Girls
Presenter: Pat Campbell
Produced and directed by: Barry Langford

: The Virginian: If You Have Tears

Tales from the last frontier of the great American West.
Starring James Drury as The Virginian
with Doug McClure and Dana Wynter

Contributors

The Virginian: James Drury
Trampas: Doug McClure
Leona Kelland: Dana Wynter

: Horizon: The Amateur Scientist

Our changing view of the universe.

Has science become so expensive and complex today that the amateur can no longer participate? Tonight we meet a few of the amateurs who are participating; they include a radio astronomer, a microscopist, a palaeoanthropologist, and a Scottish Minister of the Church who is a world expert on computing the position of comets.
The programme is introduced by C. L. Stong the writer of the monthly column on amateur science in the Scientific American.
A monthly series
See page 30

Contributors

Speaker: A radio astronomer [name uncredited]
Speaker: A microscopist [name uncredited]
Speaker: A palaeoanthropologist [name uncredited]
Speaker: A Scottish Minister of the Church [name uncredited]
Presenter: C. L. Stong
Cameraman: Ewart Needham
Cameraman: Bill Munn
Sound recordist: Jack Curtis
Sound recordist: John Woodiwiss
Film editor: Roy Fry
Production assistant: John Dutot
Commentator: Derek Cooper
Producer: Ramsay Short
Series editor: Gordon Rattray Taylor

: Museum Piece: The Power of the Roman Empire

from the British Museum.

The Roman Empire grew out of military conquest and became a hard-headed business and civic organisation. A few objects can show us the realities which faced the Romans and how they overcame them.
Written and introduced by Robert Erskine.

Contributors

Writer/presenter: Robert Erskine
Director: Kenneth Shepheard

: Newsroom

followed by The Weather

: Late Night Line-Up

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

Contributors

Presenter: Denis Tuohy
Presenter: Michael Dean
Presenter: Nicholas Tresilian








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