A programme for children at home.
Presenters this week, Valerie Pitts, John White
Other people, other faces, other lands, other places
Today's story is called 'Jeanne-Marie in Gay Paris' by Francoise, and the windows show a special farm in the South of France.
Teddy Green is the storyteller and for the first time a Play School storyteller doesn't say a word! You can 'watch' his stories on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
Author (Jeanne-Marie in Gay Paris):
HEALTH IN CHILDHOOD
6: A Second Opinion
Many of the chronic illnesses of childhood require specialist attention. This programme shows some of the investigation techniques used. with Two Consultant Paediatricians
Introduced by Joan Bakewell
Produced by EURFRON GWYNNE JONES
DICK EMERY with Special guest star,
Other artists appearing:
Mark Singleton , Josephine Blake Ted Carson , Andre Oean
Claire James , Doel Luscombe Ronald Mayer , Barbara New
Frank Littlewood , David Jason Penny Riley , Roy Marsden
John Salmon , Richard Blomfield
Musical director, Harry Rabinowitz
Scripts by BRAD ASHTON , AUSTIN STEELE Filmed interviews by DAVID CUMMING
Script editor, Austin Steele Designer, Chris Pemsel
Produced by ERNEST MAXIN
The myths and realities of war as seen by the British cinema.
Terence Heelas, author of The Strategic Commentary, talks to Michael Anderson, director of The Dam Busters, Yangtze Incident, Shake Hands with the Devil, Operation Crossbow and the recent The Quiller Memorandum, and Richard Todd, star of many British war films.
A series of films about Christianity in the Eastern world.
Fifty years ago this year the Nestorian Christians who lived in the Persian Highlands were massacred by Kurdish tribesmen. This was only the final chapter of the tragic history of the Nestorian Church of Persia-a church which was once powerful and flourishing and which took Christianity across Asia to China and Mongolia.
Commentary spoken by Gary Watson.
English version written and produced by Mischa Scorer
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