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: Play School: Useful Box Day

A programme for children at home.
In the story chair, Elizabeth Hunt

Each day this week Colin Jeavons and Carole Ward introduce a new word. On Tuesday Jemima gets irritated with Humpty Dumpty.
The story on Tuesday is the picture-book Dear Dustman by Gene Zion, illustrated by Margaret Bloy Graham. On Thursday Carole Ward tells you about a steeplejack. Elizabeth Hunt is in the storyteller's chair with three true stories: 'Sammy', 'The Story of an Egg', and 'Thames Ditton Ducks'.
(to 11.25)

Contributors

Presenter: Carole Ward
Presenter: Colin Jeavons
Storyteller: Elizabeth Hunt

: Outlook for Monday: Carry On Building: 4: Management of Materials

Six programmes on modern methods.

An effective way of planning and controlling the delivery of materials by Gordon J. Pinder.

Contributors

Presenter: Gordon J. Pinder
Producer: Nat Taylor

: The Danny Kaye Show

in which Danny Kaye and his special guests, Lauren Bacall, Jason Robards Jr., Danny Cox entertain to the music of Paul Weston and his Orchestra with Harvey Korman, The Tony Charmoli Dancers, The Earl Brown Singers.

Contributors

Presenter: Danny Kaye
Guest: Lauren Bacall
Guest: Jason Robards Jr.
Singer: Danny Cox
Musicians: Paul Weston and his Orchestra
Comedian: Harvey Korman
Dancers: The Tony Charmoli Dancers
Singers: The Earl Brown Singers
Producer: Perry Lafferty
Director: Robert Scheerer

: Music on Two presenting: L'Heure Espagnole

A weekly feature from the world of music.

A new production by Glyndebourne Festival Opera.
In French with English sub-titles.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra
Leader, Rodney Friend
Conducted by John Pritchard
An Outside Broadcast from Glyndebourne Opera House
See page 19

Contributors

Music: Maurice Ravel
Libretto: Franc-Nohain
Musicians: The London Philharmonic Orchestra
Orchestra leader: Rodney Friend
Orchestra conducted by: John Pritchard
Head of Music Staff and Preparation: Jani Strasser
Designer: Osbert Lancaster
Producer: Peter Ebert
Presented for television by: John Vernon
Ramiro, a muleteer: Pierre La Hemonet
Torquemada, a clockmaker: Hugues Cuenod
Concepcion, his wife: Lee Venora
Gonzalve, a poet: Michel Senechal
Don Inigo Gomez, a banker: Victor Autran

: Thirty-Minute Theatre: Not for Just an Hour

by Janet Fisher.

Contributors

Writer: Janet Fisher
Music: Dudley Simpson
Designer: Mary Rea
Producer: Harry Moore
Director: Mary Ridge
George: Victor Spinetti
Vi: Sheila Hancock
Grandad: John Moore
Rene: Petra Markham
Mr. Figging: Ewan Hooper

: Madam India

How does a woman face the job of ruling 480 million people? India's new Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi is the most powerful woman in the world. She talks about her background and her politics to Michael Charlton.

Contributors

Interviewee: Indira Gandhi
Interviewer: Michael Charlton
Producer: Jolyon Wimhurst

: 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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