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: Play School: Dressing-up Day

A programme for children at home.
Presenters, Ann Morrish, Gordon Rollings
In the story chair, Ian Wallace
Today's story is called 'Amanda the Donkey'
(to 11.25)

Contributors

Presenter: Ann Morrish
Presenter: Gordon Rollings
Storyteller: Ian Wallace

: Medicine Today

A monthly series of programmes for doctors.
(Repeated next Tuesday evening on BBC-1)
(to 13.45)

Contributors

Director: Peter Riding
Producer: James McCloy

: Outlook for Tuesday: Pasen Vdes! (Come This Way): Part 5

A six-part discovery of Spain by Nicholas Baum, Professor of English at the University of Granada, Spain.

Bereft of her vast and powerful empire, Spain is still today struggling to find her identity in the modern world.

Contributors

Presenter: Nicholas Baum
Producer: Nancy Thomas

: News Summary

: The Revenue Men: The Money Man

by Jack Gerson.
Starring Ewen Solon
with James Grant and Callum Mill
Guest stars, Paul Daneman, Jennifer Wright, Victor Maddern, Ann Morrish

Larry Hagan is a good businessman: deserves all the trappings of success. Or so it seems; until Smith and Campbell take a closer look, and uncover a neat racket.

Contributors

Writer: Jack Gerson
Series devised by: Pat Dunlop
Series devised by: Alan Haire
Designer: Colin Cant
Producer: Gerard Glaister
Director: Peter Cregeen
Ross McInnes: James Grant
Mona O'Leary: Mitzi Rogers
Luke Fraser: Claire Nielson
Caesar Smith: Ewen Solon
Campbell: Callum Mill
Larry Hagan: Paul Daneman
Sylvia Matheson: Ann Morrish
Johnny Cain: Victor Maddern
Mickey: Richard Findlay
Alex McMaster: Gerard Slevin
Patricia Hagan: Jennifer Wright
Mrs. McKay: Aileen Vernon
Jimmy Wallace: Lindsay Brown
Cameron: Alistair Hunter
Lady Black Jack dealer: Lena McGarvie

: Pause for Laughter

Some hilarious moments from the golden age of screen comedy.

: Horizon: The Shape of War to Come

A review of the sciences introduced by Christopher Chataway.

Will the next major war be fought with biological and chemical weapons? What are the available weapons? What is the horror they can cause? Is there any moral justification for their use?
"These weapon systems - the chemical and the biological - give you the greatest possibility of having weapon systems with which you don't necessarily have to kill" (A U.S. General)
"The type of thing that we're particularly worried about is the development of a weapon of mass destruction of about the same order of magnitude as a nuclear weapon" (A British Scientist)
"...it is precisely the women and the children who will suffer most from this kind of warfare" (A U.S. Scientist)
Written by Robin Clarke.
See page 27

Contributors

Presenter: Christopher Chataway
Writer: Robin Clarke
Producer: Tony Isaacs
Editor: R.W. Reid

: Europa

A look at the world through European eyes.
Introduced this week by Olivier Todd with the help of the cameras of the European television networks.
See page 27

Contributors

Presenter: Olivier Todd
Associate Producer: Geoffrey Baines
Producer: Anthony Smith

: The Forsyte Saga: Part 16: A Family Wedding

by John Galsworthy.
A second chance to see this dramatisation by Anthony Steven.
Starring Eric Porter, Susan Hampshire, Nicholas Pennell

Jo has told Jon the whole story. His death immediately afterwards has caused Jon to tell Fleur he cannot marry her.
(Shown on Saturday)

Contributors

Author: John Galsworthy
Dramatised by: Anthony Steven
Producer: Donald Wilson
Director: James Cellan Jones
Soames: Eric Porter
Fleur: Susan Hampshire
Michael Mont: Nicholas Pennell

: Newsroom

followed by The Weather

: Late Night Line-Up

Introduced by Tony Bilbow from Montreux with reports, discussion, and excerpts from this year's Golden Rose Contest for Light Entertainment.

Contributors

Presenter: Tony Bilbow








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