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: Play School

A programme for children at home.

(to 11.30)

Contributors

Storyteller: Eileen Colwell
Presenter: Virginia Stride
Presenter: Paul Danquah
Production team: Molly Cox
Production team: Eric J. Croall
Production team: Anna Home
Production team: Daphne Jones
Scriptwriter: Cynthia Felgate
Graphics: Hilary Hayton
Designer: Geoffrey Kirkland
Pianist: Patrick Harvey
Film editor: Howard Kennett
Producer: Joy Whitby

: News

: Gadzooks! It's All Happening

Introducing Alan David, Christine Holmes
with Peter Cooke, Dorris Henderson, The Three Bells, The Countrymen, Alexis Korner's Blues Inc. featuring The Beat Girls
Guest artists, Chuck Berry, The Moody Blues, Murray's Monkeys

Contributors

Presenter: Alan David
Presenter: Christine Holmes
Presenter: Peter Cooke
Singers: The Three Bells
Singer: Dorris Henderson
Musicians: The Countrymen
Musicians: Alexis Korner's Blues Inc.
Dancers: The Beat Girls
Singer: Chuck Berry
Musicians: The Moody Blues
Performers: Murray's Monkeys
Design: John Burrowes
Production: Barry Langford

: Pick the Winner

and beat the panel
with Gay Byrne as your host.
and Catherine Boyle, Charlie Chester, David Healy, Thelma Ruby as the experts.

Contributors

Presenter: Gay Byrne
Panellist: Catherine Boyle
Panellist: Charlie Chester
Panellist: David Healy
Panellist: Thelma Ruby
Research: Colin Reid
Research: Alan Haire
Direction: Richard Evans
Production: Stewart Morris

: The Virginian: Siege

Tales from the last frontier of the great American West.
Starring James Drury as The Virginian

Returning to a town he left five years ago, Trampas upsets the towns-folk's delicate arrangement with an outlaw gang when he arrests two of its members for murder.

Contributors

The Virginian: James Drury
Trampas: Doug McClure
Duke Logan: Philip Caret
Carol: Elinor Donahue
Marshall Brett Cole: Ron Hayes
Pedro Lopez: Joseph Campanella

: Francis Durbridge Presents...: A Man Called Harry Brent: Episode 1: The Flowers

A serial in six episodes.
Starring Gerald Harper, Jennifer Daniel, Edward Brayshaw
with Brian Wilde, Bernard Brown, Peter Ducrow

Contributors

Writer: Francis Durbridge
Film Cameraman: A.A. Englander
Film Editor: Valerie Best
Story Editor: John Wiles
Designer: Evan Hercules
Producer/Director: Alan Bromly
Barbara Smith: Audine Leite
Harry Brent: Edward Brayshaw
Eric Vyner: Bernard Brown
Gladys: Penny Lambirth
Harold Tolly: Brian Wilde
Carol Vyner: Jennifer Daniel
Thomas Fielding: Gerald Young
Det-Insp. Alan Milton: Gerald Harper
Det-Sgt. Roy Philips: Peter Ducrow
Tomlins: Christopher Wray
Bernard Wedgwood: John Falconer
Olive: Winifred Dennis
Dr. Fess: Michael Harding

: The Human Side: Two Bright Boys

The Comprehensive School, with its aim of bringing up the standard of the lower pupils, is apt to drag down the standard of the higher pupils.... the Grammar School as regards higher education is most certainly the better of the two
A far as I can see, I stand just as good a chance of getting to a university from this Comprehensive School as I would from any other school
*
The Human Side looks at the rival qualities of a Grammar School and a Comprehensive School through the eyes of two pupils and highlights some facts and prejudices in the current battle of the schools.
Introduced by Bill Wedderburn.

Contributors

Presenter: Bill Wedderburn
Cameraman: Terry Gould
Film editor: Alan Martin
Research: Richard Broad
Film director: Lawrence Gordon Clark
Series producer: Paul Bonner
Producer: Ian Martin

: Late Night Line-Up

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

Contributors

Presenter: Denis Tuohy
Presenter: Michael Dean
Presenter: Nicholas Tresilian
Presenter: Philip Jenkinson








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