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: Play School

A programme for children at home.
(to 11.30)

Contributors

Presenter: Beryl Roques
Presenter: Rick Jones

: News

: Tuesday Term: Growth and Play: 2: Playing with Mother

A series of ten programmes.

The most important part of a small baby's environment is his mother. By playing with him she teaches him the limits of his own body and forms his attitudes to the outside world and to other people.
Anthony Ambrose and A Paediatric Consultant
Introduced by Tony Gibson.
First transmission on BBC-1, April 12, 1964

Contributors

Guest: Anthony Ambrose
Guest: A Paediatric Consultant [name uncredited]
Presenter: Tony Gibson
Producer: Eileen Molony

: Tuesday Term: Steel: 2: Continuous Casting

Written and produced by Peter Bennet Stone.
A series of ten programmes.

Technology discovers how to do away with ingots by producing the white-hot steel continuously in great lengths for the rolling mill.

Introduced by Franklin Engelmann and Jack Ashley.

Contributors

Writer/producer: Peter Bennet Stone
Presenter: Franklin Engelmann
Presenter: Jack Ashley
Film directed by: Julian Cooper
Outside broadcast director: Alec Nisbett

: Tuesday Term: Fothergale Co. Ltd.: 6: Overheads

Dramatised by Roy Russell.
A series of eight programmes which show how modern economic ideas and techniques can be applied to industrial and business management.
Devised and introduced by Ronald Brech.

Fothergales have landed a big order in Sweden - can they meet their deadline?

Contributors

Dramatised by: Roy Russell
Devised and introduced by: Ronald Brech
Designer: Austin Ruddy
Executive producer: Derek Holroyde
Produced and directed by: Joy Harington
Board: of Directors:
Fothergale (Managing): Peter Williams
Rudyard (Commercial): Michael Hawkins
MacTaggart (Technical): Hugh Evans
Smith (Sales): Derek Aylward
Joyce Fothergale: Helen Christie
Jane Hilton: Lisa Daniely
John Wright: Michael Mundell
David Parker: Grant Taylor
Shop assistant: John Clegg

: Tuesday Term: Parliament at Work: 6: Papers and Officers of Parliament

A series of six programmes on the day-to-day procedure of the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
Presented by Dr. Alan Thompson, Lecturer in Political Economy at Edinburgh University and Member of Parliament for Dunfermline 1959-1964.

Also taking part in the programme:
The Prime Minister, The Rt. Hon. Harold Wilson O.B. E., M.P.
The Leader of the Opposition, The Rt. Hon. Sir Alec Douglas-Home K.T., M.P.
Robert Carvel, Lobby Correspondent of the Evening Standard
Michael Lawrence, A Deputy Principal Clerk in the House of Commons
Philip Marsden, The Deliverer of the Votes, the House of Commons

Contributors

Presenter: Dr. Alan Thompson
Speaker: The Rt. Hon. Harold Wilson
Speaker: The Rt. Hon. Sir Alec Douglas-Home
Speaker: Robert Carvel
Speaker: Michael Lawrence
Speaker: Philip Marsden
Models: Eric Ilett
Drawings: David Knight
Designer: Christopher Pemsel
Production assistant: Philip Whitehead
Production assistant: George Wightman
Producer: Stanley Hyland

: The Vintage Years of Hollywood: 1942: The Glass Key

The Tough Guy Alan Ladd meets The Rough Guy William Bendix
also starring Veronica Lake, Brian Donlevy, Bonita Granville, Richard Denning

See page 29

Contributors

Director: Stuart Heisler
Screenplay by: Jonathan Latimer
Based on the novel by: Dashiell Hammett
Ed Beaumont: Alan Ladd
Jeff: William Bendix
Janet: Veronica Lake
Paul Madvig: Brian Donlevy
Opal: Bonita Granville
Taylor Henry: Richard Denning
Nick Varna: Joseph Calleia
Ralph Henry: Moroni Olsen

: 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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