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: Play School: Useful Box Day

A programme for children at home.
Presenters this week, Miranda Connell, John White
Today's story is called "Merrylegs" by Peter Wiltshire

Every day this week there's a real working model of a fairground roundabout. It turns around to an exciting sound for the poem which is about a merry-go-round. On Dressing-up Day, Tuesday, John plays a guessing game with different hats. On Wednesday, a toucan with a huge beak comes to visit the other pets in Play School. On Friday, in the experiment, Miranda divides a cake between the toys.
(to 11.20)

Contributors

Presenter: Miranda Connell
Presenter: John White
Author (Merrylegs): Peter Wiltshire

: Wimbledon: The Lawn Tennis Championships

From now until the end of the tournament BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you an uninterrupted view of each day's play, and the pick of the matches on the Centre Court and No. 1 Court are reported by Dan Maskell, Jack Kramer, Peter West, Bill Knight and Keith Fordyce.
with news, results, and comment from David Coleman.
(Match of the Day: BBC-2 at 10.25 p.m.)
(Colour)

Contributors

Commentator: Dan Maskell
Commentator: Jack Kramer
Commentator: Peter West
Commentator: Bill Knight
Commentator: Keith Fordyce
Presenter: David Coleman
Television Presentation: Alan Mouncer
Television Presentation: Richard Tilling
Television Presentation: Brian Johnson
Television Presentation: Bob Duncan
Television Presentation: Ian Smith
Producer: A.P. Wilkinson

: Newsroom

The World Tonight
Reporting: John Timpson and Peter Woods
with Martin Bell, Michael Blakey, Michael Clayton, Tom Mangold, Brian Saxton, David Tindall, Richard Whitmore and the correspondents, at home and abroad, of BBC News.
(Colour)

Contributors

Newsreader: John Timpson
Newsreader: Peter Woods
Reporter: Martin Bell
Reporter: Michael Blakey
Reporter: Michael Clayton
Reporter: Tom Mangold
Reporter: Brian Saxton
Reporter: David Tindall
Reporter: Richard Whitmore

: Ooh La La!: Call Me Maestro

by Georges Feydeau
Translated and adapted by Caryl Brahms and Ned Sherrin.
Starring Patrick Cargill as Edouard, Fenella Fielding as Henriette
Guest artist, Roy Hudd as Baptiste
also Elizabeth Knight as Lucille, Murray Melvin as Vladimir, Ellen Pollock as Mama
See page 29
(Colour)

Contributors

Author: Georges Feydeau
Translated and adapted by/Lyrics: Caryl Brahms
Translated and adapted by/Lyrics: Ned Sherrin
Music composed and conducted by: Johnny Dankworth
Costumes: Joyce Mortlock
Designer: David Spode
Producer: G.B. Lupino
Edouard: Patrick Cargill
Henriette: Fenella Fielding
Baptiste: Roy Hudd
Lucille: Elizabeth Knight
Vladimir: Murray Melvin
Mama: Ellen Pollock

: Anything Legal Considered: 1: Sheffield

Two school leavers seek interesting and unusual work during summer 1967
Every year thousands of school-leavers put an advertisement in a paper, hoping to fill the long summer months with travel and adventure.
A four-part series of films with Rosemary Cunion and Lionel Took.

Rosemary works as a volunteer in an Approved School for girls and Lionel joins Youth Action, an organisation which encourages teenagers to do voluntary work.
See page 29
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Rosemary Cunion
Presenter: Lionel Took
Executive Producer: Brian Lewis
Director: Anthony Searle

: Theatre 625: To See How Far It Is: 2: The Curse of the Donkins

by Alan Plater
[Starring] Nigel Davenport as Donkin and Norman Rodway as Murphy
with Stephanie Bidmead as Mrs. Mellish, Fiona Walker as Susan, John Bryans as Mr. Mellish, Jill Melford as Mrs. Donkin
(Norman Rodway is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company)

"An extremely entertaining and swift-flowing ninety minutes... A performance of deadly accuracy from Nigel Davenport as the raffish P.R.O." (The Times)

In the second of Alan Plater's three plays, the private relationships of a public relations man come under examination. Donkin can't resist women - and he can't help running away when, as invariably happens, his womanising gets him into trouble.
(Colour)

Contributors

Writer: Alan Plater
Music: Norman Kay
Designer: Richard Henry
Producer: Michael Bakewell
Director: Gilchrist Calder Donkin: Nigel Davenport
Murphy: Norman Rodway
David Donkin: Clive Francis
Mike: Donald Webster
Terry: Gareth Robinson
Brenda: Helen Cotterill
Receptionist: Patricia Maynard
MacAllister: Richard Armour
Perkins: Robert McBain
Radio voice: Tony Blackburn
Radio voice: Judith Chalmers
Radio voice: Stephen Jack
Radio voice: Graham Parker

: Match of the Day

Jack Kramer introduces recorded highlights of today's outstanding match at The All England Lawn Tennis Championships, Wimbledon.
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Jack Kramer
Presented by: A.P. Wilkinson
Presented by: Brian Venner

: News Summary and The Weather

(Colour)

: Late Night Line-Up

A last look around the daily scene with Michael Dean, Joan Bakewell, Tony Bilbow, Brian King, Sheridan Morley.
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Michael Dean
Presenter: Joan Bakewell
Presenter: Tony Bilbow
Presenter: Brian King
Presenter: Sheridan Morley
Editor: Rowan Ayers








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