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: Play School: Dressing-Up Day

Today's story: "The Balloon Man" by Ron Riches
Presenters, Marla Landi, Gordon Clyde
and in the story chair today John Styles
(repeated: BBC1 and BBC Wales, 4.20pm)

Contributors

Presenter: Marla Landi
Presenter: Gordon Clyde
Author (The Balloon Man): Ron Riches
Storyteller: John Styles

: Closedown

: This Question of Pressures: 3: The Aluminium Affair

In 1967 the Prime Minister announced the go-ahead for two huge import-saving aluminium smelters in the UK, when three major companies were each already planning one. It was the start of a battle which none of the companies was prepared to lose.
Introduced by John Tidmarsh
With Edmund Dell, MP, Sir Val Duncan, OBE, John Elton, MC, Lord Robens, Ronald E. Utiger, John Biffen, MP, Anthony Howard, David Steel, MP

Contributors

Presenter: John Tidmarsh
Speaker: Edmund Dell
Speaker: Sir Val Duncan
Speaker: John Elton
Speaker: Lord Robens
Speaker: Ronald E. Utiger
Speaker: John Biffen
Speaker: Anthony Howard
Speaker: David Steel
Producer: John Eidinow

: Newsroom

Reporting the world tonight
John Timpson and Peter Woods
Weather
(Colour)

Contributors

Newsreader: John Timpson
Newsreader: Peter Woods

: Floodlit Rugby League Competition: Salford (red shirts) v Castleford (yellow with black trim) or Huddersfield (claret and gold)

for the BBC2 Trophy
Somebody's got to hold down your legs: page 9
(Colour)

Contributors

Commentator: Eddie Waring
Producer: Ray Lakeland

: Jazz Scene

at the Ronnie Scott Club
A weekly series featuring some of Britain's top jazz artists at Europe's No 1 Jazz Club
Tonight: Salena Jones with The Guitar Sound
Judd Proctor (guitar), George Kisch (guitar), Martin Kershaw (guitar), Ike Isaacs (guitar), David Snell (harp), Alan Branscombe (vibes), Spike Heatley (bass), John Marshall (drums), Peter Ahearne (Latin percussion)

It is appropriate that Salena Jones features in this programme tonight, as it was here at the Ronnie Scott Club that she first drew the attention of the critics which subsequently established her as one of Europe's leading jazz singers.
Accompanying her tonight is a unique musical combination of guitars, harp, and percussion specially written for this programme by her musical director, Keith Mansfield. Incidentally, it is interesting to note that Salena Jones hails from Newport News, Virginia, the birthplace of two other great jazz singers, Ella Fitzgerald and Pearl Bailey.
Introduced by Ronnie Scott

(Colour)

Contributors

Singer: Salena Jones
Director (The Guitar Sound): Keith Mansfield
Guitarist: Judd Proctor
Guitarist: George Kisch
Guitarist: Martin Kershaw
Guitarist: Ike Isaacs
Harpist: David Snell
Vibes: Alan Branscombe
Bass: Spike Heatley
Drummer: John Marshall
Percussionist: Peter Ahearne
Presenter: Ronnie Scott
Lighting: Hugh Cartwright
Sound: Graham Hines
Design: Lesley Bremness
Direction: Vernon Lawrence
Production: Terry Henebery

: Premiere: The Sound of Anger


Written by Dick Nelson
starring Burl Ives, Guy Stockwell, James Farentino and Dorothy Provine

Two brothers, sons of a famous lawyer father and following in his footsteps, take on a murder case and find themselves at odds not only with their client but also with the co-defendant's highly unorthodox counsel.
This week's story in the season of new television films made in America and never before seen in this country, The Sound of Anger was conceived, written, and produced by one of American television's foremost producers, Roy Huggins. He produced Maverick (which won his an Emmy), he created The Fugitive, and was executive producer of Run for Your Life.

(Colour)

Contributors

Writer: Dick Nelson
Producer: Roy Huggins
Director: Michael Ritchie
Waiter Nichols: Burl Ives
Brian Darrell: Guy Stockwell
Neil Darrell: James Farentino
Marge Carruthers: Dorothy Provine
Gerald Thompson: Charles Aidman
Judge Prentiss: Jay C. Flippen
Barbara Keeley: Lynda Day
Barry Kochek: David Macklin
Ann Kochek: Collin Wilcox
Andrew Pearce: Dana Elcar

: News Summary, Weather

(Colour)

: Line-Up: Tuesday

Talk, argument, people, diversion with Joan Bakewell, Michael Dean, Tony Bilbow, Sheridan Morley
(Colour)

Contributors

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








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