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: Play School: Dressing-up Day

A programme for children at home.
(to 11.25)

Contributors

Presenter: Beryl Roques
Presenter: Brian Cant

: Cricket: England v. South Africa: First Test Match

Fifth day's play at Lord's.
(to 17.35)

Contributors

Commentator: Brian Johnston
Commentator: Peter West
Commentator: Denis Compton
Commentator: Richie Benaud
Television presentation: Philip Lewis

: News

: Brain and Behaviour: 8: Them and Us

The final programme in the series examining the links between mind and body in the light of modern psychiatric knowledge and practice.

A re-examination of the central theme of the preceding programmes and a further discussion of its relevance to us all.
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 with a psychoanalyst and The Superintendent of a County Psychiatric Hospital.
(First shown on Sept. 29, 1964)

The Character of Physical Law: The Messenger Lectures
Professor Richard Feynman's sixth lecture in this series, recorded at Cornell University, will be shown next Tuesday, August 3

Contributors

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]
Panellist: A Psychoanalyst [name uncredited]
Panellist: The Superintendent of a County Psychiatric Hospital [name uncredited] Designer: Norman Vertigan
Producer: John Drummond

: Teach-In

Are we heading for disaster? Are we afraid of success? Why change anything?
What are the obstacles to progress?
Tonight trade unionists, businessmen, Cabinet Ministers, housewives, and industrialists debate, in an open-ended programme, the urgent and vital question of Getting Britain Moving.
The chairman is Alan Bullock, Master of St. Catherine's College, Oxford
Among those taking part:
The Rt. Hon. George Brown, M.P. First Secretary of State and Minister for Economic Affairs
The Rt. Hon. Edward Heath, M.P.
Les Cannon, President of the E.T.U.
Fred Catherwood, Chief Industrial Adviser at the Department of Economic Affairs
The Rt. Hon. Aubrey Jones, Chairman of the National Board for Prices and Incomes
Lord Robens, Chairman of the National Coal Board
and Nigel Lawson

Contributors

Chairman: Alan Bullock
Panellist: The Rt. Hon. George Brown
Panellist: The Rt. Hon. Edward Heath
Panellist: Les Cannon
Panellist: Fred Catherwood
Panellist: The Rt. Hon. Aubrey Jones
Panellist: Lord Robens
Panellist: Nigel Lawson
Production Assistant: Margaret Douglas
Production Assistant: Julian Jacottet
Producer: John Grist
Producer: Anthony Whitby

: Newsroom

followed by The Weather








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