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: PLAY SCHOOL

A programme for children at home
Dressing-Up Day
Presenters,
Carol Chell
Rick Jones
Today's story:
' Peter and the Pier by JOHN DYKE

Contributors

Unknown: Carol Chell
Unknown: Rick Jones
Unknown: John Dyke

: FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE

Five programmes on research into the way our lives are affected by Sound, Noise, and Vibration
4: If It Moves It Shakes
On the ground and in the air severe low frequency vibrations can be uncomfortable and hazardous.
Speakers:
Dr. John Guignard Geoffrey Rowlands Edward Lovesey
Introduced by Dr. Peyto Slatter
Produced by JOHN BRAYBON
Series editor, JAMES MCCLOY

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. John Guignard
Unknown: Geoffrey Rowlands
Unknown: Edward Lovesey
Introduced By: Dr. Peyto Slatter
Produced By: John Braybon
Editor: James McCloy

: NEWSROOM

The World Tonight
Reporting
John Timpson , Peter Woods and the reporters and correspondents, of BBC News and THE WEATHER

Contributors

Unknown: John Timpson
Unknown: Peter Woods

: FLOODLIT RUGBY LEAGUH COMPETITION

for the BBC-2 Trophy
WARRINGTON v. HALIFAX
The second half of this trans-Pennine battle direct from Wilderspool Stadium Commentator, Eddie Waring
TV presentation by Nick Hunter
There will be a new Rugby League club this year as winners of the BBC-2 Trophy. For the past three years Castleford have won this competition, but on October 8 they were defeated at Wigan in the first round. The last of the first round ties tonight should be a hard-fought match. Warrington's greatest moment in the competition was last season with a brilliant win-still talked about-at Hull Kingston Rovers. Halifax with a strong contingent of Welshmen on their side feel they can maintain Yorkshire's supremacy.

Contributors

Commentator: Eddie Waring
Presentation By: Nick Hunter

: FANNY CRADOCK

Colourful Cookery
5: Chicken-in-a-Mountain
Directed by PHILLIP PRIDE
Presented by Betty White
Recipes demonstrated in these programmes will be published as a booklet on November 14 (2s. 6d. from booksellers, or 3s. 3d. by post from [address removed]

Contributors

Directed By: Phillip Pride
Presented By: Betty White

: THE JAZZ AGE

Tales of the Twenties
Black Exchange by PATRICK KIRWAN dramatised by DEREK INGREY starring
PAUL CURRAN , DAPHNE SLATER with Stephanie Beacham
James Donnelly
Cast in order oj appearance:
Title music. RON GRAINER
Costumes, Susan Wheal
Script editor, Andrew Brown
Designer, Fanny Taylor
Producer, HARRY MOORE
Directed by RICHARD MARTIN
In the early 1920s Germany was in a state of economic chaos, crippled by reparations; the value of the Mark fell until it impoverished the middle-class. One of the victims was Herr Tonn , whose avarice led him to ' sell' his own daughter and steal money to make more on the black exchange. Tonight's play takes place in his pension which houses an assortment of English expatriates, social rejects, and an Irish gunman who finds his salvation in Herr Tonn 's beautiful, but abused daughter.

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Kirwan
Dramatised By: Derek Ingrey
Unknown: Paul Curran
Unknown: Daphne Slater
Unknown: Stephanie Beacham
Unknown: James Donnelly
Music: Ron Grainer
Unknown: Susan Wheal
Editor: Andrew Brown
Designer: Fanny Taylor
Producer: Harry Moore
Directed By: Richard Martin
Unknown: Herr Tonn
Unknown: Herr Tonn
Frau Tonn: Janet Henfrey
Harry Plant: Jonathan Lynn
Lisa Tonn: Adrienne Posta
Miss Crowe: Daphne Slater
Juan Lopez: Salmaan Peer
Herr Tonn: Paul Curran
Professor Tiverton: Noel Howlett
Herr Breitschwanz: Henry Soskin
Sebastian: Robert Luckham
Charlotte Tonn: Stephanie Beacham
Michael Hart: James Donnelly
Doctor: Joby Blanshard
Herr Braueberger: Malcolm Rogers

: EUROPA

A look at the world through European eyes
FOLLOWING IN FATHER'S FOOTSTEPS?
What role do Ireland's Catholic priests play in Irish society today? How, if at all, are they helping to modernise the country? Repressive, remote, backward-Iookingthe greatest force for good in the land. Two views of a body whose power is undisputed, but whose influence is sometimes cuestioned.
Tonight Europa probes between these two extremes and examines the Irish Catholic Church-first through Czech eyes, and then with its own cameras follows the daily work of two priests regarded by some as progressives.
Introduced this week by Jack Pizzey
Producer, FRANK SMITH

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Pizzey
Producer: Frank Smith

: COLLECTION AND RECOLLECTION

Sir John Rothenstein
The story of his twenty-six years (1938-1964) as Director of the Tate Gallery, illustrated by some of the paintings and sculpture acquired during that time
To be a Director of a Gallery concerned with modern art is to be constantly under criticism
It is essential to realise that Art is not like Science. Science really does progress. That is not true, in the same sense, of the arts
Today's willingness to welcome the new means that much that is gimmicky is welcomed as well
Produced by JOHN FURNESS

Contributors

Unknown: Sir John Rothenstein
Produced By: John Furness

: LATE NIGHT LINE-UP

A last look around the daily scene with Michael Dean , Joan Bakewell
Tony Bilbow , Brian King
Sheridan Morley
Editor, ROWAN AYERS

Contributors

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








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