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: Play School

A programme for children at home.
(to 11.30)

Contributors

Storyteller: Ted Moult
Presenter: Rick Jones
Presenter: Carole Ward

: News

: International Ski-ing: The Downhill Event

from Switzerland
The 27th International Ladies' Ski-Races from Grindelwald
Via Eurovision, Outside Broadcast cameras bring you the high-speed thrills and spills of today's big competition.
Presented by the Swiss Television Service

Contributors

Commentator: Max Robertson
BBC production team: Peter Massey
BBC production team: Ian Smith

: West is West: The First Americans

Americans before such a word even existed, the Sioux Indians today are almost forgotten; and living on remote reservations, they are aliens in their own land. Ninety years ago they were the most dreaded warriors in the West.
An Adventure presentation
First transmission on May 2, 1964

Contributors

Photographs filmed by: BBC Rostrum Camera Unit
Sound mixer: Patrick Whitacker
Sound recordist: Bob Roberts
Cameraman: Brian Tufano
Film editor: Raoul Sobel
Narrated and produced by: Tim Slessor

: Francis Durbridge Presents...: Melissa: Episode 5

Previously shown on Monday

Contributors

Writer: Francis Durbridge

: Encore: The Four Seasons of Rosie Carr: Summer in Matlock Street

A cycle of four plays by Ted Willis.
[Starring] Jane Hylton, Kenneth J. Warren in the second play Summer in Matlock Street
First transmission on BBC-1, July 11, 1964
See page 52

Contributors

Writer: Ted Willis
Music composed by: Tom Springfield
Designer: Evan Hercules
Producer: James Mactaggart
Director: Peter Graham Scott
Nell Spring: Pamela Hewes
Amy Bennett: Gretchen Franklin
Dora Nicholls: Jean Conroy
Nick Bristow: Terry Brooks
Norton Goldie: Gordon Gostelow
Rosie: Jane Hylton
Alice: Elisabeth Wade
Jane: Rose Hiller
Nancy: Catherine Finn
Tommo: Kenneth J. Warren
Jack Talbot: Eddie Malin
Katie Warren: Annabelle Lee
Eddie: Peter Craze
Millie: Joy Measures
Dave: Peter Harvey
Tim Bennett: Syd Gatcum
Dinah: Brenda Bodman
Joe Bennett: Brian Godfrey
Caretaker: John Citroen
Jean: Fiona Walker
May: Jacqueline Ryan
Mrs. Lambert: Molly Weir
Grannie Carr: Rita Webb
Lad: David Pusey
Peter Colletta: Van Boolen
Mr Beckley: Peter Thomas
Urchin: Malcolm Collingham
Urchin: John Raymond
Urchin: Jimmy Webb
Urchin: David Raymond
Urchin: Peter Ross
Urchin: Gerald Armstrong
Urchin: Malcolm Capone
Urchin: Jenifer Plaister
Urchin: Kathleen Baldock
Urchin: Christine Martin
Urchin: Sandra Raye
Urchin: Brenda Nixon
Urchin: Carmen Payison

: Menuhin Teaches

A series of classes and rehearsals taken by Yehudi Menuhin ranging from beginners to professional soloists.
Tonight the programme is a class for two violin pupils.
John Snow (aged 13) playing Bach's A minor Concerto accompanied by Jeremy Menuhin (aged 12).
Mary Eade (aged 14) playing Vivaldi's A minor Concerto accompanied by Jonathan Rutherford (aged 12).
The two violinists and Jonathan Rutherford are at the Yehudi Menuhin School for musically talented children, as are some members of the audience.
See page 52
Dumbarton Oaks Concerto with members of the Royal College of Music Chamber Orchestra

Contributors

Presenter/violinist: Yehudi Menuhin
Violinist: Jon Snow
Pianist/accompanied by: Jeremy Menuhin
Violinist: Mary Eade
Pianist/accompanied by: Jonathan Rutherford
Producer: Walter Todds

: Between the Lines

Written by John Donaldson.
with Gay Hamilton, Una McLean, Tom Conti, Alex McAvoy.
Introduced by Fulton Mackay.
Songs: Jeanie Lambe
Music: Peggy O'Keefe (piano), Jimmy Feighan (vibes), Ricky Fernandez (bass), Michael Hill (drums)
From Scotland

Contributors

Writer: John Donaldson
Performer: Gay Hamilton
Performer: Una McLean
Performer: Tom Conti
Performer: Alex McAvoy
Presenter: Fulton Mackay
Singer: Jeanie Lambe
Pianist: Peggy O'Keefe
Vibes: Jimmy Feighan
Bass: Ricky Fernandez
Drummer: Michael Hill
Additional material: Jack Gerson
Additional material: Cliff Hanley
Additional material: Doug Fisher
Music arranged by: Andy Park
Production team: Hilary Band
Production team: George Byatt
Designer: Guthrie Hutton
Director: David Bell
Producer: Pharic MacLaren

: 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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