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: Play School: Useful Box Day

A programme for children at home
Presenters this week, Carol Chell, Johnny Ball
Today's story: "Grandmother Lucy and her Hats" by Joyce Wood

The poem this week begins:
Follow my Bangalorey man, Follow my Bangalorey man, I'll do all that ever I can,
To follow my Bangalorey man.
And on Tuesday and Thursday you can follow him to India and see elephants and dancers through the windows.
(to 11.20)

Contributors

Presenter: Carol Chell
Presenter: Johnny Ball
Author (Grandmother Lucy and her Hats): Joyce Wood

: Just the Job: 7: I don't want to sit at a desk all day

Ten programmes on career opportunities for young adults
with Paddy Feeny and Percy Walton, Secretary, Institute of Youth Employment Officers

Perhaps wanting to work out-of-doors is a natural reaction against the constriction of school life. In this programme three young horticulturists and two young men in the building industry tell us why they chose an outdoor job. Their careers and prospects are contrasted with the career pattern of somebody who has deliberately chosen an indoor job.

Contributors

Presenter: Paddy Feeny
Presenter: Percy Walton
Producer: Barbara Parker

: Newsroom

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

Contributors

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

: The High Chaparral: The Last Hundred Miles

The unscrupulous operator of the only freight line through Tucson uses the Apaches as an excuse to double the price of the goods he delivers. John has difficulty in convincing the merchants that another operator could keep prices down and, to do so, risks his life by direct contact with Cochise, the Apache chief.
(Colour)

Contributors

Big John: Leif Erickson
Buck: Cameron Mitchell
Billy Blue: Mark Slade
Victoria: Linda Cristal
Manolito: Henry Darrow
Lucien Charot: Robert Clary
Robert Morris: Walter Brooke
General Tirrell: Tom Tully
Sam: Don Collier
Regis: Dave Sharpe
Cochise: Michael Keep

: Television Doctor: Your Questions

If my child has swallowed poisonous tablets, should I ring the doctor or dial 999?
Should I make him sick if he's drunk a corrosive poison?
If it's too late to prevent chronic bronchitis, what can I do to relieve it?
Tonight the Consultant Physician deals with these and other questions sent in by viewers about items in previous programmes.

(Colour)

Contributors

Director: Alan Grimley
Director: Mick Jackson
Producer: Ian Curtis

: International Golf: U.S.A. v. The World

The second in this nine-match team series, filmed in colour by BBC camera crews, in which every week a top American faces a prominent professional representing the rest of the world on a famous British course.
Tonight: Arnold Palmer, U.S.A. v. Peter Thomson, Australia
on The Old Course, Sunningdale
Palmer, the biggest money-winner in golf history, takes on one of his greatest rivals, five times winner of the British Open, over eighteen holes of stroke-play.
Score after one match: U.S.A. 1 : The World 0
Prize money: $4,000 for the winner; $3.000 for the loser
(Colour)

Contributors

Golfer: Arnold Palmer
Golfer: Peter Thomson
Commentator: Henry Longhurst
Producer: Phil Pilley

: Another Part of the Island

A remarkable story of Britain's smallest professional theatre
For two people as dedicated to the theatre as Barrie and Marianne Hesketh, the decision they took five years ago to go and live on the Isle of Mull might have seemed calculated to end their theatrical careers for good... Instead, in the thirty-four-seat converted cow-shed they call Mull Little Theatre they have found a new artist-freedom and have played Chekhov, Shaw, Strindberg, Ibsen, and Shakespeare to audiences totalling over two thousand by the end of last summer.
This film is the story of their enterprise and how they have adapted to their new surroundings.
(Colour)

Contributors

Subject: Barrie Hesketh
Subject: Marianne Hesketh
Film Editor: Peter Barber
Producer: Patricia Ingram
Director: Tony Wheeler

: Where Was Spring?

With Eleanor Bron, John Fortune
Song by Ray Davies
Sung by The Kinks

(Colour)

Contributors

Writer/Comedian: John Fortune
Writer/Comedian: Eleanor Bron
Musicians: The North Kensington Festival Wind Ensemble
Arranger/Music Director: Stanley Myers
Composer: Ray Davies
Musicians: The Kinks
Illustrator: Klaus Voormann
Special Photography: Clive Arrowsmith
Graphics: Ken Brown
Designer: Austin Ruddy
Producer: Ned Sherrin
Director: Terry Hughes

: News Summary and the Weather

(Colour)

: Late Night Line-Up

The end of today in front of tomorrow with Michael Dean, Joan Bakewell, Tony Bilbow, Sheridan Morley and tonight's guests.
(Colour)

Contributors

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








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