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: Play School

A programme for children at home.

(to 11.30)

Contributors

Presenter: Angela Piper
Presenter: Paul Danquah

: Cricket and Wimbledon

Cricket: England v. New Zealand: Second Test Match
Fifth day's play at Lord's.

and
Wimbledon: The Lawn Tennis Championships
BBC Outside Broadcast cameras bring you further play from the All England Club.
On BBC-1 from 6.15

(to 18.15)

: The News

: Tuesday Term

7.15 Aids in Education: 4: Schools Radio
A series of eight programmes.
Geoffrey Hodson looks at a long-established 'aid', and talks about and gets others to demonstrate what is new.

7.45 Brain and Behaviour: 3: Instinct and Reaction
A series of eight programmes examining the links between mind and body in the light of modern psychiatric knowledge and practice.
What do we know about the child in its earliest years? How big a part does heredity play? Introduced by the Director of the Department of Psychological Medicine, Guy's Hospital and by The Physician in Charge of the Department of Child Psychiatry, Guy's Hospital
First transmission on August 25, 1964

8.15 The Character of Physical Law: The Messenger Lectures: Programme 1: The Law of Gravitation
by Professor Richard Feynman.
An example of physical law.
A BBC Television Outside Broadcast from Cornell University, U.S.A.

See page 28

Contributors

Presenter (Aids in Education): Geoffrey Hodson
Designer (Aids in Education): Gordon Roland
Producer (Aids in Education): Felicity Kinross
Presenter (Brain and Behaviour): The Director of the Department of Psychological Medicine, Guy's Hospital [name uncredited]
Presenter (Brain and Behaviour): The Physician in Charge of the Department of Child Psychiatry, Guy's Hospital [name uncredited]
Designer (Brain and Behaviour): Norman Vertigan
Producer (Brain and Behaviour): John Drummond
Lecturer (The Character of Physical Law): Professor Richard Feynman
Producer (The Character of Physical Law): Alan Sleath

: Christopher Crumpet's Playmate

A U.P.A. cartoon.
The amusing story of a little boy who has an imaginary elephant for a pet.

: The Vintage Years of Hollywood: 1932: Horse Feathers

Written by Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby and S. J. Perelman.
[Starring] The four Marx Brothers

Made in 1932, Horse Feathers has all four brothers in it, with the less well-known Zeppo playing a veteran student who is having difficulty in getting his diploma at a college - whose president is none other than Groucho. In the script the master hand of S.J. Perelman can be detected, and the direction is by the experienced comedy director Norman McLeod.

Contributors

Writer: Bert Kalmar
Writer: Harry Ruby
Writer: S.J. Perelman
Director: Norman McLeod
Professor Wagstaff: Groucho Marx
Pinky: Harpo Marx
Baravelli: Chico Marx
Frank Wagstaff: Zeppo Marx
Connie Bailey: Thelma Todd
Jennings: David Ladidau
Mullens: Guinn Williams
Peggy Carrington: Florine McKinnie

: Match of the Day

from Wimbledon
Jack Kramer brings you the best of Wimbledon, with recorded highlights of today's outstanding match in the All England Lawn Tennis Championships.

Contributors

Presenter: Jack Kramer

: Newsroom

followed by The Weather

: Late Night Line-Up

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

Contributors

Presenter: Denis Tuohy
Presenter: Michael Dean
Presenter: Nicholas Tresilian
Presenter: Joan Bakewell








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