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: Play School

A programme for children at home.
Storyteller this week, Eileen Colwell

(to 11.30)

Contributors

Storyteller: Eileen Colwell
Presenter: Brian Cant
Presenter: Marian Diamond

: News

and Line-up for Tuesday

: Tuesday Term



7.30 How and Why?: 5: The Kinetic Model
An enquiry into physics teaching today.
A series of fifteen programmes concerned with new ideas at the 11-16 age range.
Introduced by W. Ritchie.

Building up the idea of a scientific model in school physics.

8.0 Wealth of a Nation: 5: What Kind of Growth?
A series of eleven programmes which consider the economics of growth.

How can we prevent the million private dreams from becoming the public nightmare?
Presenting the programme are: Roger Opie, Fellow and Tutor in Economics at New College, Oxford; Geoffrey Stuttard, Tutor in Industrial Studies for London University.
with contributions from Joan Robinson, Colin Clark, Derrick Rigby Childs

8.30 Research Report: 5: The Dam Builders
Eleven programmes looking into current research on the frontiers of science.

The building of a big dam is usually a major national project, costing millions of pounds. It is also a major structural alteration in the valley in which the dam is sited. The large masses of water contained put new, heavy loads on the surrounding geological formations. The construction engineers use specialised research by means of accurate model tests to help solve some of their complex stressing problems.

9.0 Politics U.S.A.: 5: Democrats and Republicans
Five programmes on how the American political system works.
Introduced by Roderick MacLeish, Chief European Correspondent of the Westinghouse Broadcasting Company and Malcolm Shaw, Lecturer in Anglo-American Comparative Studies at Exeter University.

The organisation of the two major American parties, and their function within their country's system of government, are very different from those of the British parties. But, contrary to common British belief, there is a similar ideological distance between Democrats and Republicans as between the Conservative and Labour Parties.

Contributors

Presenter (How and Why?): W. Ritchie
Presented by (How and Why?): Sister S. Joan of Arc
Animations (How and Why?): Alfred Wurmser
Film cameraman (How and Why?): Michael Shepherd
Film edited by (How and Why?): Paul White
Director (How and Why?): John Field
Producer (How and Why?): John Cain
Presenter (Wealth of a Nation): Roger Opie
Presenter (Wealth of a Nation): Geoffrey Stuttard
Speaker (Wealth of a Nation): Joan Robinson
Speaker (Wealth of a Nation): Colin Clark
Speaker (Wealth of a Nation): Derrick Rigby Childs
Designer (Wealth of a Nation): Jennifer Burningham
Production assistant (Wealth of a Nation): Margaret Jay
Director (Wealth of a Nation): Tony Matthews
Producer (Wealth of a Nation): Clive Parkhurst
Film editor (Research Report): Richard Marden
Assistant producer (Research Report): Peter Smith
Producer (Research Report): Brenda Horsfield
Presenter (Politics U.S.A.): Roderick MacLeish
Presenter (Politics U.S.A.): Malcolm Shaw
Associate producer (Politics U.S.A.): Raymond Barker
Producer (Politics U.S.A.): Christopher Doll

: Arrest and Trial: He Ran for his Life

A film series.
Starring Chuck Connors, Ben Gazzara
with John Larch, Roger Perry, George Segal

Contributors

John Egan: Chuck Connors
Nick Anderson: Ben Gazzara
Deputy DA Jerry Miller: John Larch
Det. Sgt. Dan Kirby: Roger Perry
Jack Wisner: George Segal

: 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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