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: PLAY SCHOOL

A programme for children at home
Presenters,
Carole Ward
Barry Wilsher

Contributors

Unknown: Carole Ward
Unknown: Barry Wilsher

: NEWS

: TUESDAY TERM

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7.30 GROWTH AND PLAY
A series of ten programmes
5: How to Form a Playgroup
Many parents are meeting the shortage of Nursery Schools by getting together to form Playgroups, run as far as possible in accordance with professional standards. This programme gives practical advice on organisation, equipment, and materials.
Audrey Calveley , Phyllis Lloyd
Introduced by Tony Gibson
Produced by EILEEN MOLONY
First transmission on BBC 1, May 3. 1964
8.0 STEEL
A series of ten programmes
5: Forging
The blacksmith's skill, the art of forging, is dying at last; the judgment of hand and eye is giving way to automation. This programme looks at the most recent advances in forging technique Introduced by Franklin Engelmann , Jack Ashley
Film directed by Julian Cooper Outside Broadcast director, Alec Nisbett
Written and produced by PETER BENNET STONE
8.30 FOTHERGALE CO. LTD.
The last in the present series of programmes showing how modern economic ideas and techniques can be applied to industrial and business management
Introduced by Ronald Brech
9: Taking Stock
In tonight's programme a group of businessmen, who have been taking courses in Management at different colleges of Further Education, come into the studio to discuss the programmes and the economic ideas they have covered.
Designer, Austin Ruddy
Executive producer, DEREK HOLROYDE
Producer, JOY HARINGTON
A further series of Fothergale programmes begins on April 27
9.0 THE ARAB WORLD
Ninety million people in search of a future
A series of eight programmes outlining historical and other factors affecting their choice
3: Arab Civilisation
A tenth-century Arabic writer described the people of the North as 'uncivilised, ... their bodies are large, their nature gross, their manners harsh, their understanding dull, and their tongues heavy.' With three centuries of the rich Islamic civilisation behind him. perhaps his superior attitude was justified.
Speakers:
Professor Bernard Lewis
Professor Jamil Ali
Beirut
Dr. Mursy Saad al-Din Cairo
Professor Zaki Naguib Mahmoud Cairo
The programme devised and written by GORDON WATERFIELD
Film director-cameraman, Mustafa Hammuri
Film editor, Paddy Wilson
Designer, Alan Hunter-Craig
Directed by MICHAEL RYAN
Produced by MAURICE HARVEY

Contributors

Unknown: Audrey Calveley
Introduced By: Tony Gibson
Produced By: Eileen Molony
Introduced By: Franklin Engelmann
Introduced By: Jack Ashley
Directed By: Julian Cooper
Director: Alec Nisbett
Produced By: Peter Bennet
Introduced By: Ronald Brech
Producer: Derek Holroyde
Unknown: Professor Bernard Lewis
Unknown: Professor Jamil Ali
Unknown: Dr. Mursy Saad
Unknown: Professor Zaki Naguib Mahmoud Cairo
Written By: Gordon Waterfield
Director-Cameraman: Mustafa Hammuri
Editor: Paddy Wilson
Designer: Alan Hunter-Craig
Directed By: Michael Ryan
Produced By: Maurice Harvey

: THE VINTAGE YEARS OF HOLLYWOOD

1936
GARY COOPER
MADELEINE CARROLL in The General Died at Dawn with Akim Tamiroff , William Frawley
Directed by Lewis Milestone
Screenplay by CLIFFORD ODETS based on a story by CHARLES G. Boom

Contributors

Unknown: Gary Cooper
Unknown: Madeleine Carroll
Unknown: Akim Tamiroff
Unknown: William Frawley
Directed By: Lewis Milestone
Unknown: Clifford Odets
Story By: Charles G. Boom
O'Hara: Gary Cooper
Judy Perrie: Madeleine Carroll
General Yang: Akim Tamiroff
Mr Wu: Dudley Digges
Peter Perrie: Porter Hall
Brighton: William Frawley
Leech: J M Kerrigan
Oxford: Phillip Ahn
Mr Chen: Lee Tung-Foo

: LATE NIGHT LINE-UP

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

Contributors

Unknown: Denis Tuohy
Unknown: Michael Dean
Unknown: Nicholas Tresilian








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