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: Play School: Useful Box Day

A programme for children at home.
In the story chair, Enid Lorimer

Humpty Dumpty enjoys dreaming and this week Play School is about dreaming-at night and during the day.
On Tuesday Barry Wilsher dresses up as a waiter, Carole Ward tells the story of Jenny and Benny, and the round window shows another adventure of Mr. Popalon the onion man. Thursday's picturebook is Little Bear's Friend by Else Holmelund Minarik, and during the week Enid Lorimer returns with three stories: 'The Pedlar of Swaffham', 'The Cat and the Mouse', and 'The Frozen Duck'.
(to 11.25)

Contributors

Presenter: Carole Ward
Presenter: Barry Wilsher
Storyteller: Enid Lorimer

: Outlook for Monday: Manpower: 5: Prediction and Policy

Five programmes on some problems of the supply of and the demand for labour in the British economy.
Presented by Roger Opie, New College, Oxford.

Contributors

Presenter: Roger Opie
Director: Michael Bunce
Producer: Julia Gaitskell

: The Danny Kaye Show

In which Danny Kaye and his special guest, Shirley Bassey entertain to the music of Paul Weston and his Orchestra with Harvey Korman, Werner Klemperer, The Tony Charmoli Dancers, The Earl Brown Singers
See page 23

Contributors

Presenter/Comedian: Danny Kaye
Singer: Shirley Bassey
Musicians: Paul Weston and his Orchestra
Comedian: Harvey Korman
Performer: Werner Klemperer
Dancers: The Tony Charmoli Dancers
Singers: The Earl Brown Singers
Producer: Perry Lafferty
Director: Robert Scheerer

: Music on Two: Music from the South

A concert of popular classical music from the Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, to mark the recent opening of BBC-2 in the South.
Constantin Silvestri conducts the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra (Leader, Gerald Jarvis) with John Ogdon (piano) and a section of the Bournemouth Municipal Choir.
Introduced by Martin Muncaster.
See page 23

Contributors

Orchestra conductor: Constantin Silvestri
Musicians: The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
Orchestra leader: Gerald Jarvis
Pianist: John Ogdon
Singers: A section of the Bournemouth Municipal Choir
Presenter: Martin Muncaster
Produced and directed by: Robin Scott

: Thirty-Minute Theatre: The Sugar Cubes

by Stewart Love.

Contributors

Writer: Stewart Love
Designer: Natasha Kroll
Producer: Harry Moore
Director: George Spenton-Foster
Philip: Oliver Maguire
The Mother: Elizabeth Begley
Andy: Chris Gammon
Patricia: Kate Story

: The Glory That Remains: The Empire of the Nile

The Glory That Remains in the great museums of the world.

In the Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Robert Erskine looks at delicate sculpture and splendid jewellery made nearly 4,000 years ago.
He ends this series of programmes with that astonishing and magnificent treasure, the solid gold coffin of King Tutankhamun.
See page 23

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Erskine
Photographed by: Geoffrey Mulligan
Producer: Kenneth Shepheard

: Newsroom

followed by The Weather

: Late Night Line-Up

Stay up a little longer with Denis Tuohy, Michael Dean, Joan Bakewell and whoever turns up.

Contributors

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








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