A programme for children at home.
In the story chair, Ted Moult
Ted Moult returns to Play School this week with some more stories about his Derbyshire farm. Among other things he tells what happened when he tried out a new saw. On Tuesday Elvi Hale tells a true story about an Edwardian family, and on Thursday Gordon Clyde reads the Complete Version of Ye Three Blind Mice.
Feathers are the theme this week, and on Friday they are used in the scientific experiment.
by Mike Watts.
A series of new science fiction plays.
Starring Milo O'Shea, Christine Hargreaves, Patsy Rowlands
Dog trained by:
Title music composed and conducted by:
Incidental music arranged and played by:
A new judge in a Sicilian village, unable to control the activities of the Mafia, tries to find employment for its members. He becomes extremely unpopular. His best friend is killed and only an appeal to the whole village results in a conviction. (Repeat)
The Judge (Guido Schiavi):
The Police Sergeant:
A series of weekly programmes presenting music in the folk idiom from many parts of the world.
This week, from Spain: The internationally famous flamenco dancers Jose Greco and his Gypsies
(Jose Greco appears by arrangement with Harold Fielding)
Jose Greco and his
Entire production conceived and choreographed by:
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