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: Play School: Ideas Day

A programme for children at home.

(to 11.25)

Contributors

Presenter: Carol Chell
Presenter: Eric Thompson

: Outlook for Thursday: Mathematics in Action: Logic and the Computer: 7: Programming and Languages

What do we have to do to make a computer solve a problem for us? This programme follows the story from what the programmer writes on his paper through to the basic machine operations that have to take place inside the machine.
Presented by Philip Woodward.
Repeated next week For Schools

Contributors

Presenter: Philip Woodward
Producer: Edward Goldwyn

: The Wars of the Roses: Part 9: Richard of Gloucester

by William Shakespeare.
Adapted by John Barton.
The Royal Shakespeare Company in Peter Hall's production broadcast in eleven parts.

(First shown on BBC-1)

Contributors

Author: William Shakespeare
Adapted by/Director, for the Royal Shakespeare Company: John Barton
Music, for the Royal Shakespeare Company: Guy Woolfenden
Settings designed by: John Bury
Costumes in collaboration with: Ann Curtis
Director, for the Royal Shakespeare Company: Peter Hall
Producer, for BBC Television: Michael Barry
Director, for BBC Television: Michael Hayes
Director, for BBC Television: Robin Midgley
Lieutenant of the Tower: Ted Valentine
Clarence: Charles Kay
First Murderer: Donald Burton
Second Murderer: Philip Brack
King Edward IV: Roy Dotrice
Bishop of Ely: Michael Rose
Hastings: Hugh Sullivan
Rivers: Derek Waring
Queen Elizabeth: Susan Engel
Buckingham: William Squire
Richard: Ian Holm
Derby: John Hussey
Richard of York: Paul Martin
Duchess of York: Madoline Thomas
Princess Elizabeth: Katharine Barker
Prince Edward: Fergus McClelland
Lord Mayor: Malcolm Webster
Catesby: Charles Thomas
Servant to Hastings: Tim Wylton
Messenger from Derby: David Morton
Ratcliff: John Corvin

: New Release

A topical magazine of the arts.
Introduced by Julian Jebb.
This edition includes:
Why Sydney? Why London?
Robert Hughes investigates the work of two Australian painters now in London: Colin Lanceley exhibiting at the Marlborough Galleries and Russell Drysdale

Contributors

Presenter: Julian Jebb
Item presenter (Why Sydney? Why London?): Robert Hughes
Subject (Why Sydney? Why London?): Colin Lanceley
Subject (Why Sydney? Why London?): Russell Drysdale
Director: Leo Aylen
Director: Tristram Powell
Producer: Melvyn Bragg

: World Cinema: The Devil and the Nun (Mother Joan of the Angels)

A Polish film with English sub-titles.
Starring Lucyna Winnicka, Mieczyslaw Voit
See page 48

Contributors

Director: Jerzy Kawalerowicz
Based on the novel by: Jaroslaw Iwaszkiewicz
Mother Joan: Lucyna Winnicka
Father Joseph: Mieczyslaw Voit
Sister Malgorzata: Anna Ciepielewska
The Gypsy: Maria Chwalibog
The Inn-Keeper: Stanislaw Jasiukiewicz
The Squire: Zygmunt Zintel

: Newsroom

followed by The Weather

: Late Night Line-Up

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

Contributors

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








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