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: Play School: Dressing-up Day

A programme for children at home.

(to 11.25)


Presenter: Jennifer Haden
Presenter: Rick Jones

: Medicine Today

A monthly series of programmes for doctors.

Repeated next Tuesday at 11.15 p.m. on BBC-1 and BBC Wales
(to 14.00)


Producer: James McCloy
Director: Mary Hoskins

: Outlook for Tuesday: Law and Life: 2: The Customer

Six programmes exploring the legal Implications in everyday affairs.
with Michael Hawkins, Terence Brady, Lesley Nunnerley.

Who is responsible if purchased goods are faulty?


Presenter: Michael Hawkins
Presenter: Terence Brady
Presenter: Lesley Nunnerley
Script: David Tench
Designer: Paul Allen
Produced and directed by: Joy Harington

: Challenge Golf

A filmed series in which Arnold Palmer and Gary Player are challenged in eighteen-hole match play by pairs drawn from the elite of America's professional tournament circuit.
This week: Arnold Palmer and Gary Player v. Jackie Cupit and Paul Harney

Played at the Valley Club of Montecito, Santa Barbara, California


Golfer: Arnold Palmer
Golfer: Gary Player
Golfer: Jackie Cupit
Golfer: Paul Harney

: Show of the Week presenting: The Sound of Shirley Bassey

Recorded on the eve of her departure for a world tour.
This evening Miss Bassey sings: On A Wonderful Day Like Today, I Get A Kick Out of You, Who Can I Turn To?, You'd Better Love Me, As I Love You, He Loves Me, With These Hands, A Lot of Living To Do, The Liquidator, La Bamba, You Can Have Him, The Second Time Around, The Lady is a Tramp, Somewhere.


Singer: Shirley Bassey
Orchestra directed by: Kenny Clayton
Production: Stewart Morris

: A Farewell to Arms: Part 2: ...We knew the Summer was gone...

by Ernest Hemingway.
Dramatised in three parts by Giles Cooper.
Starring Vanessa Redgrave and George Hamilton

(Repeated next Saturday)


Author: Ernest Hemingway
Dramatised by: Giles Cooper
Producer: Douglas Allen
Director: Rex Tucker
Lieutenant Henry: George Hamilton
Waiter: Erik Chitty
Catherine Barkley: Vanessa Redgrave
Nurse: Maureen Lane
Doctor: Carl Jaffe
Staff nurse: Susan Engel
Fergy: Ann Rye
Valentini: Francis De Wolff
Miss Van Campen: Ellen Pollock
Sim: Donald Sutherland
Rodgers: Martyn Huntley
Hotel manager: Paul Armstrong
Lieutenant Rinaldi: Laurence Payne
Major: Peter Elliott
Priest: David Spenser
Gino: David Healy

: Intimations...

A series of interviews in which Malcolm Muggeridge talks to leading artists about the influences and experiences that have contributed to their work.

Tonight: Sir Hugh Casson who as chief architect for the 1951 Festival of Britain gave modern architecture a new and contagious gaiety.
His love of old buildings combines with a healthy desire for change. 'Preservation is one thing', he says, 'embalmment is another. Beware of loving permanence more than beauty'.


Interviewer: Malcolm Muggeridge
Interviewee: Sir Hugh Casson
Producer: Margaret McCall

: Newsroom

followed by The Weather

: Late Night Line-Up

Stay up a little longer with Denis Tuohy, Joan Bakewell, Michael Dean and Philip Jenkinson with Film Requests.
Letters to Philip Jenkinson should be addressed c/o Late Night Line-Up, [address removed]


Presenter: Denis Tuohy
Presenter: Joan Bakewell
Presenter: Michael Dean
Item presenter (Film Requests): Philip Jenkinson

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

Through the listings, you will also be able to use the Genome search function to find thousands of radio and TV programmes that are already available to view or listen to on the BBC website.

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