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: Play School

Useful Box Day Today's story is
' John Goes to School' by PETER WILTSHIRE Presenters this week
Miranda Connell , John White

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Wiltshire
Unknown: Miranda Connell
Unknown: John White

: Closedown

: Newsroom

Reporting the world tonight Peter Woods
With MARTIN BELL
MICHAEL BLAKEY , MICHAEL CLAYTON MICHAEL SULLIVAN
DAVID TINDALL , RICHARD WHITMORE and the correspondents, at home and abroad, of BBC News and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods
Unknown: Martin Bell
Unknown: Michael Blakey
Unknown: Michael Clayton
Unknown: Michael Sullivan
Unknown: David Tindall
Unknown: Richard Whitmore

: The High Chaparral

is the home of a pioneer family in the newly won West
The Guns of Johnny Rondo
Johnny Rondo, a former gun-fighter, tries to forget the past and make a new life for himself and his 17-year-old son at the High Chaparral. But a man with Johnny's reputation cannot lay down his guns that easily, and three men seeking revenge arrive to challenge him.
Ballad of Johnny Rondo sung by FARON YOUNG

Contributors

Unknown: Johnny Rondo
Sung By: Faron Young
Big John: Leif Erickson
Buck: Cameron Mitchell
Billy Blue: Mark Slade
Manolito: Henry Darrow
Victoria: Linda Cristal
Johnny Rondo: Steve Forrest
Dan: Kurt Russell
Jed: Roy Jensen

: Horizon

Only Skin Deep
This week's programme in the series on man and science today.
Cosmetics, the advertisements assure us, can make us more beautiful, more alluring than ever. We don'entirely believe them, but the very hope that even some of the claims may be true sends us out to spend £100 million yearly on cosmetics - costing as much as £56 a pot.
But, apart from hope, just what are we buying with our money? Are moisturisers really effective in nurturing the skin? Is there really anything that can be done to arrest balding in men?
Tonight's programme, the first of a new series, examines some of the claims made by the manufacturers and looks at the complex industry surrounding them.
Narrator CHRISTOPHER CHATAWAY
Producers MICHAEL ANDREWS and ALLAN SEGAL
Editor PETER GOODCHILD

Contributors

Narrator: Christopher Chataway
Producers: Michael Andrews
Producers: Allan Segal
Editor: Peter Goodchild

: Children Talking

Venice
Lauded as one of the most romantic cities in the world-but how does it look through the eyes of a child?
Gerald Harrison gets the impressions of Liverpool children while on an Educational Cruise calling at Venice.
Produced by BOB MOZLEY (from Manchester)

Contributors

Produced By: Bob Mozley

: Pot Black Final: BBC2

Snooker Competition
From the League of Champions John Spencer v Ray Reardon
After 14 games the names of Spencer and Reardon come through to the Final. Can Reardon retain his Pot Black title against Spencer, from whom he took the World title two months ago? Guest JOE DAVIS
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Commentator TED LOWE
Production PHILIP LEWIS (from Birmingham)

Contributors

Unknown: Joe Davis
Introduced By: Alan Weeks
Commentator: Ted Lowe
Unknown: Philip Lewis

: Four with Betjeman

Victorian Architects and Architecture
In the 1850s English architects tried to find a style that would go with steam and glass and cast iron and they chose Gothic. In 1850 Gothic was the equivalent of what was contemporary ' in 1950. In the second of four programmes Sir John Betjeman looks at the work of William Butterfield , G. E. Street and Gilbert Scott
Produced by MARGARET MCCALL Directed by DAVID CHESHIRE

Contributors

Unknown: William Butterfield
Unknown: G. E. Street
Unknown: Gilbert Scott
Produced By: Margaret McCall
Directed By: David Cheshire

: Line-Up: Monday

Talk, argument, people, diversion With JOAN BAKEWELL , MICHAEL DEAN TONY BILBOW , SHERIDAN MORLEY
Editor MICHAEL HILL

Contributors

Unknown: Joan Bakewell
Unknown: Michael Dean
Unknown: Tony Bilbow
Unknown: Sheridan Morley
Editor: Michael Hill








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