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: Play School

Pets Day
Today's story Is
1 Dubonnez in the Country by MRS E. M. MOORE Presenters
MARLA LANDI, JOHNNY BALL

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs E. M. Moore

: Closedown

: Square Two

A second start in mathematics 16: Tutorial .
Some of the viewers following this course are in the studio putting questions to
HILARY SHUARD , ALBERT LAWRANCE and RONALD THOMPSON
BILL COLEMAN is in the chair
Directed by MICHAEL LUMLEY
Produced by DAVID ROSEVEARE

Contributors

Unknown: Hilary Shuard
Unknown: Albert Lawrance
Unknown: Ronald Thompson
Unknown: Bill Coleman
Directed By: Michael Lumley
Produced By: David Roseveare

: Newsroom

Reporting the world tonight PETER WOODS and the reporters and correspondents, at home and abroad, of BBC News and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods

: Man Alive

A weekly programme which focuses on people and the situations which shape their lives Reporters JIM DOUGLAS HENRY
JEREMY JAMES , JEANNE LA CHARD GILLIAN STRICKLAND
DESMOND WILCOX
HAROLD WILLIAMSON
Tonight: North and South
It's easy to find reasons for leaving the North - all too often the work is dirty and hard, and unemployment pay never yet paid off a mortgage. But when you're safely installed in a warm Southern factory, doubling your money on a conveyer belt, the chances are you're less likely to find a neighbour who's only a cuppa away, or the warmth of the clubs and pubs.
This, then, is the dilemma facing those who move South: is more brass and less muck a fair exchange for what they leave behind? Would you swap your friends for a fiver a week more? Man Alive this week takes a look at roots and attitudes in the other England - the unfashionable North and those who leave it. There's a woman from the South who went to live in the North - and hates it, because, she says, they eat fish and chips off sauce-pan lids all the time. The mill girls in Bury, Lanes, had a short answer to that. And there's a ship-breaker from the North who went South for more money and cleaner air-and discovered that they weren'all snobs behind privet hedges.
Producer DAVID FILKIN
Edited by DESMOND WILCOX and BILL MORTON

Contributors

Unknown: Jim Douglas Henry
Unknown: Jeremy James
Unknown: Jeanne La Chard
Unknown: Gillian Strickland
Unknown: Desmond Wilcox
Edited By: Desmond Wilcox
Edited By: Bill Morton

: Canvas

Personal reflections on paintings Pioneer Art
Michael Canney looks through the collection in The American Museum near Bath.
Honesty of purpose, clarity of design and total freedom from fashion draw him to the untutored, and largely anonymous, folk artists represented in this unique Museum. He delights in the paintings and carvings, the quilts and coverlets; he deplores the class distinction between fine art and folk art which has often spoiled our enjoyment of the folk artist's work.
Produced by DEREK TRIMBY

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Canney
Produced By: Derek Trimby

: Show of the Week

presenting Scott on Superstition starring
Terry Scott with June
Whitfield Peter Butterworth and BARBARA EVANS
PATRICIA MASON
ROBERT ROBERTSON
PIPE-MAJOR
IAIN MACDONALD-MURRAY
JOE BYGRAVES
THE JO COOK DANCERS
THE GEORGE MITCHELL SINGERS
Choreographer jo COOK
Written by BRYAN BLACKBURN with additional material by JOHN muir and ERIC GEEN FRANK CODA , LAURIE BELLEW Orchestra directed by BURT RHODES
Produced by PETER WHITMORE

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Scott
Unknown: Whitfield Peter Butterworth
Unknown: Barbara Evans
Unknown: Patricia Mason
Unknown: Robert Robertson
Unknown: Iain MacDonald-Murray
Unknown: Joe Bygraves
Singers: George Mitchell
Written By: Bryan Blackburn
Unknown: John Muir
Unknown: Eric Geen
Unknown: Frank Coda
Unknown: Laurie Bellew
Directed By: Burt Rhodes
Produced By: Peter Whitmore

: United We Fall

Four days before the World Cup opens in Mexico, a look at the tensions and pressures of contemporary football at the top. Leeds United, favourites for three of soccer's most coveted trophies, the European Cup, FA Cup, and League Championship, saw them slip away one by one in the final month of the season.
After winning the Football League Championship in 1968-69 with a record number of points, but only 66 goals, Leeds switched to an attacking policy and became one of Britain's most attractive and talented teams.
They seemed so invincible, that as Easter approached bookmakers offered odds of only 5-1 against their bringing off the treble; why did they fail? We see Leeds playing, training, and trying to relax while moving from one disaster to another.
In tonight's programme we accompany manager DON REVIE and his team through those final, dramatic weeks.
Narrator FRANK WINDSOR
Film editor ARTHUR BENNETT Director BOB ABRAHAMS Producer KEN HAWKES
Executive producer PHIL PILLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Don Revie
Unknown: Arthur Bennett
Unknown: Director Bob Abrahams
Unknown: Producer Ken Hawkes
Unknown: Phil Pilley

: Line-Up: Wednesday

Talk, argument, people, diversion
Editor ROWAN AYERS

Contributors

Unknown: Rowan Ayers








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