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: Play School: Dressing-Up Day

Today's story is 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears'
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Brian Cant
Presenter: Valerie Pitts

: Closedown

: Britain's Role in the Seventies: 4: In the Corridors of Peace

How can the UN strengthen, or even continue, its peacekeeping activity in the 1970s? Has Britain, one of the original Big 5, a part to play here?
Presented by Thomas Barman
with Rt Hon Michael Stewart, MP; Rt Hon Sir Alec Douglas-Home, KT, MP; Miss Angie Brooks; Lord Caradon; Arthur Goldberg; George Ivan Smith

Contributors

Presenter: Thomas Barman
Consultant: Dr Rosalyn Higgins
Speaker: Rt Hon Michael Stewart
Speaker: Rt Hon Sir Alec Douglas-Home
Speaker: Angie Brooks
Speaker: Lord Caradon
Speaker: Arthur Goldberg
Speaker: George Ivan Smith
Producer: John Eidinow

: Newsroom

Reporting the world tonight
John Timpson and Peter Woods and the reporters and correspondents, at home and abroad, of BBC News
and Weather
(Colour)

Contributors

Newsreader: John Timpson
Newsreader: Peter Woods

: Floodlit Rugby League Competition: First Semi-Final

for the BBC2 Trophy

Castleford (yellow with black trim) or Leeds (blue with yellow hoop) v. Hull KR
(white with black band) or Leigh (cherry and white hoops)Bev Risman (Leeds), Alan Hardisty (Castleford), Roger Millward (Hull KR), Alex Murphy (Leigh) - four of the most exciting names in Rugby League - but only two can appear tonight.
Whoever wins through to this semi-final, interesting rugby is certain. Castleford were last year's Trophy winners and Leeds League Champions. Leigh are currently topping the League and Hull the most consistently entertaining team.

(Colour)

Contributors

Rugby player (Leeds): Bev Risman
Rugby player (Castleford): Alan Hardisty
Rugby player (Hull KR): Roger Millward
Rugby player (Leigh): Alex Murphy
Commentator: Eddie Waring
Producer: Ray Lakeland

: Jazz Scene at the Ronnie Scott Club

A series of weekly programmes featuring some of Britain's top jazz artists at Europe's No 1 Jazz Club
Tonight:
The Kenny Baker - George Chisholm All-Stars
Kenny Baker (trumpet), George Chisholm (trombone), Tony Coe (tenor saxophone), Lennie Felix (piano), Lennie Bush (bass), Bobby Orr (drums)

In these days of more organised groups it is not often that musicians have a chance to play together informally in what is better known as a 'jam session.' Tonight's musicians are well used to this type of get-together, having a vast experience in jazz music to call upon. Incidentally, this session is entirely spontaneous; only the tunes they play have been decided before the cameras recorded the session.
Introduced by Ronnie Scott
(Colour)

Contributors

Trumpeter: Kenny Baker
Trombonist: George Chisholm
Saxophonist: Tony Coe
Pianist: Lennie Felix
Bass: Lennie Bush
Drummer: Bobby Orr
Presenter: Ronnie Scott
Lighting: Hugh Cartwright
Design: Lesley Bremness
Production: Terry Henebery

: Hollywood in the Sixties: Back Street

Tonight's film in this new season of outstanding films of the past 10 years from the movie capital stars Susan Hayward, John Gavin, Vera Miles with Charles Drake, Virginia Grey

A lifetime of hopeless love follows the chance encounter between an aspiring dress designer and a handsome young soldier. Tonight's film is Hollywood's third version of Fannie Hurst's famous romantic novel with Susan Hayward in the role previously played by Irene Dunne in 1932 and Margaret Sullavan in 1941. The characters in this 1961 version have been moved up the social register, and the production is mounted with the impeccable gloss of Universal Studios.

(Colour)

Contributors

Screenplay: Eleanore Griffin
Screenplay: William Ludwig
Producer: Ross Hunter
Director: David Miller
Rae Smith: Susan Hayward
Paul Saxon: John Gavin
Liz Saxon: Vera Miles
Janie: Virginia Grey
Curt Stanton: Charles Drake
Dalian: Reginald Gardiner

: Europa

Wherever it's happening - the television teams of Europe are there, reporting and commenting. How did they see us-the others - themselves? Europa supplements and questions the home TV diet by bringing each week The World through European Eyes
Introduced by Derek Hart

Contributors

Presenter: Derek Hart
Producer: Anthony Chivers

: News Summary and Weather

(Colour)

: Line-Up: Tuesday

(Colour)

Contributors

Editor: Rowan Ayers








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