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: PLAY SCHOOL

A programme for children at home
Presenters,
Julie Stevens , Gordon Rollings

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Stevens
Unknown: Gordon Rollings

: NEWS

: TUESDAY TERM GROWTH AND PLAY

A series of ten programmes
6: Especially for Fathers
The role of father in a child's mental and emotional life, and some insight into the kind of shared activities which can help to promote a good relationship.
Stephen Coates
Introduced by Tony Gibson
Produced by EILEEN MOLONY
First transmission on BBC-1, May 10, 1964

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Coates
Introduced By: Tony Gibson
Produced By: Eileen Molony

: STEEL

A series of ten programmes
6: Steel for Sheet
Steel rolled down to sheet makes everything from car-bodies to tin cans. This is a sector of industry where the pressures for more and better steel have inspired great changes in traditional techniques. Introduced by Franklin Engelmann , Jack Ashley
Film sequences by courtesy of Metal Box Co... Ltd.: Sendzimir Ltd.; British Iron and Steel Research Association; British Iron and Steel Federation
Outside Broadcast director, Alec Nisbett
Written and produced by PETER BENNET STONE

Contributors

Introduced By: Franklin Engelmann
Introduced By: Jack Ashley
Director: Alec Nisbett
Produced By: Peter Bennet Stone

: CLEARWAY FOR TRANSPORT

A series of five programmes reflecting current thinking on the problems of road and rail transport in Britain
1: Framework for Decision
Whether it is private or public, by road or by rail, transport is something that people want to be free to choose. But transport has a cost, and economic principles must play a large part in shaping transport policy.
Presented by Dr. Peter Hall
Lecturer at Birkbeck College, London with contributions from: The Rt. Hon. Ernest Marples, M.P.
Christopher Foster
Fellow of Jesus College, Oxford
Designed by James Weatherup
Production assistant, Tony Matthews
Produced by MARGARET JAY
See page 31

Contributors

Presented By: Dr. Peter Hall
Designed By: James Weatherup
Unknown: Tony Matthews
Produced By: Margaret Jay

: THE ARAB WORLD

Ninety-million people in search of a future
A series of eight programmes outlining historical and other factors affecting their choice
4: The Challenge of Europe-Invasion
Bonaparte landed in Egypt in 1798 and the French army occupied the country for three years. Sheikh Abd el-Rahman el-Djabarti considered that the conqueror's proclamations in Arabic were ' full of pretension and inspired by a deceitful imagination.' But the ideas of the French Revolution spread through the Islamic countries of the Ottoman Empire. Speakers:
Miss Afaf Loutfi el Sayed
Miss Faiza Haikal
Dr. Asad Rustom
Beirut
Professor Zeine N. Zeine Beirut
Programme devised and written by GORDON WATERFIELD
Film director-cameraman, Mustafa Hammuri
Film editor, Paddy Wilson Directed by MICHAEL RYAN
Produced by MAURICE HARVEY

Contributors

Unknown: Miss Afaf Loutfi
Unknown: Miss Faiza Haikal
Written By: Gordon Waterfield
Director-Cameraman: Mustafa Hammuri
Editor: Paddy Wilson
Directed By: Michael Ryan
Produced By: Maurice Harvey

: THE VINTAGE YEARS OF HOLLYWOOD

1940: Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay to
PRESTON STURGES writer and director of The Great McGinty starring
BRIAN DONLEVY
MURIEL ANGELUS
AKIM TAMIROFF and WILLIAM DEMAREST
*

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Donlevy
Unknown: William Demarest
Dan McGinty: Brian Donlevy
Catherine: Muriel Angelus
The Boss: Akim Tamiroff
The Politician: William Demarest
George: Allyn Joslyn
Thompson Lewis: Jean Heyot
Louis: Harry Rosenchal
The Girl: Steffie Duna
Mr Maxwell: Thurston Hall
Bessie: Limy Taylor

: 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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