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A programme for children at home
Useful Box Day
Presenters this week,
Carole Ward , Rick Jones
In the story chair,
Christopher Russell
This week RICK and CAROLE set out to find an island and each day they choose a different boat for the journey.
CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL tells three stories about some of the people he met when he lived on the island of Barbados and his story today Is called ' The Old Man of the Sea and Ombi-Kent.'


Unknown: Carole Ward
Unknown: Rick Jones
Unknown: Christopher Russell
Unknown: Christopher Russell


for Monday:
5: Your Child's Teeth
This programme looks at the causes of dental decay and the facilities which exist for its prevention and treatment.
Introduced by Joan Bakewell
Directed by MARGARET JAY


Introduced By: Joan Bakewell
Directed By: Margaret Jay
Produced By: Eurkron Gwynns Jones



DICK EMERY with Special guest start. AVIS BUNNACE and ANITA HARRIS
Other artists appearing:
Mark Singleton , Tim Barrett
Therese McMurray , Sally Douglas Musical director, Harry Rabinowitz Scripts by BRAD ASHTON , Richard ARMSTRONG AUSTIN STEELE , JOHNNIE MCGREGOR Filmed interviews by DAVID CUMMING
Designer, Martin Johnson
Produced by ERNEST Maxim


Unknown: Dick Emery
Unknown: Mark Singleton
Unknown: Tim Barrett
Unknown: Therese McMurray
Unknown: Sally Douglas
Director: Harry Rabinowitz
Unknown: Brad Ashton
Unknown: Richard Armstrong
Unknown: Austin Steele
Unknown: Johnnie McGregor
Unknown: David Cumming
Designer: Martin Johnson
Produced By: Ernest Maxim


The weekly series about films and film-makers
17: From Page to Screen
A profile of two Important writers who have turned to film-making:
ALEXANDER KLUGE leader of the new German cinema and director of Yesterday Girl and ALAIN ROBBE-GRILLET writer of Last Year in Marienbai and director of L'Immortelle
Producer and director,


Leader: Alexander Kluge
Unknown: Barrie Gavin

: Theatre 625: The Loser

by Alun Owen
With Bernard Cribbins as Larry, Geraldine Moffatt as Brenda, Godfrey Quigley as Mr. Patrick, Henley Thomas as Taff, Gwendolyn Watts as Janet


Writer: Alun Owen
Designer: John Cooper
Producer: Michael Bakewell
Director: Stuart Burge
Larry: Bernard Cribbins
Brenda: Geraldine Moffatt
Mr Patrick: Godfrey Quigley
Taff: Henley Thomas
Janet: Gwendolyn Watts
Other parts played by: Philip Ryan
Other parts played by: Derek Martin
Other parts played by: George Hilsdon
Other parts played by: Bert Lena
Other parts played by: Jackie Wright


A series about Christianity In the Eastern world
1: One Church Dividing
The first film of the series tells of the problems faced by the early Christian Church. Decisions had to be taken which were to change history. This is the story of those decisions and of the men who made them. Filmed by Studio-Film G.m.b.H. Vienna
Film director, Edmund von Hammer Adviser for English version, Henry Chadwick
Commentary spoken by Gary Watson
English version produced by MISCHA SCORER


Spoken By: Gary Watson
Produced By: Mischa Scorer


A last look around the world of television
Criticism, Discussion, Diversion with Michael Dean , Joan BakeweU Tony Bilbow and tonight's guests


Unknown: Michael Dean
Unknown: Joan Bakeweu
Unknown: Tony Bilbow

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