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: Play School

Pets Day
Today's story is
' Coins in the Sand ' by VALERIE PITTS
Presenters CHLOE ASHCROFT , LIONEL MORTON

Contributors

Unknown: Valerie Pitts
Unknown: Presenters Chloe Ashcroft
Unknown: Lionel Morton

: Closedown

: Newsroom

Reporting the world tonight MARTIN BELL and the reporters and correspondents, at home and abroad, of BBC News and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Bell

: Louis Malle's India

Part 2: A Barbarian in Madras
Southern India pretends to know nothing about the North. Its language is different, its very nature too.
In Madras Louis Malle discovers a striking example of that world of opposites to be found in traditional India: thousands cramming the streets at a strange ceremony centuries old, and a family planning clinic; a film studio making folk-lore musicals, and the famous Kalachetra dance school where dancing is itself a language, a prayer, an invocation to God. Narrated and directed by LOUIS MALLE
Presented by COLIN LUKE

Contributors

Directed By: Louis Malle
Presented By: Colin Luke

: Fanny and Johnnie Cradock invite....

you to
A Cheese and Wine Party
A series of informal parties when viewers will be able to join Fanny Cradock in her own home and share in her party preparations. This week Johnnie Cradock also gives his choice of wines for the occasion.
2: Classic Cheese Fondue Cheese Board
Produced by BETTY WHITE
Outside broadcast directed by MARY EVANS
(This week's recipe: page 8)

Contributors

Unknown: Fanny Cradock
Unknown: Johnnie Cradock
Produced By: Betty White
Directed By: Mary Evans

: Show of the Week Morecambe and Wise

starring
Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise Written by EDDIE BRABEN
Eric and Ernie's guests:
Nina Craig Douglas Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen featuring
ANN HAMILTON with JENNY LEE-WRIGHT
THELMA BIGNELL , LILLIAN PADMORE MELITA CLARKE , PENNY BEECHING JANET WEBB
Orchestra directed by PETER KNIGHT
Sound by MICHAEL MCCARTHY and ADRIAN STOCKS
Costumes SONIA KERR
Lighting PETER WESSON
Design by BERNARD LLOYD-JONES Produced by JOHN AMMONDS

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Morecambe
Written By: Eddie Braben
Unknown: Nina Craig Douglas
Unknown: Kenny Ball
Unknown: Ann Hamilton
Unknown: Jenny Lee-Wright
Unknown: Thelma Bignell
Unknown: Lillian Padmore
Unknown: Melita Clarke
Unknown: Penny Beeching
Unknown: Janet Webb
Directed By: Peter Knight
Unknown: Michael McCarthy
Unknown: Adrian Stocks
Unknown: Sonia Kerr
Unknown: Peter Wesson
Unknown: Bernard Lloyd-Jones
Produced By: John Ammonds

: Philby: A Ruthless Journey

On 23 January 1963 Kim Philby fled to Russia. It was the end of the career of the most dangerous spy ever to penetrate British intelligence - for Philby had, during most of the preceding 25 years, occupied senior posts in the British Secret Service. Tonight's film examines the Philby story from his childhood, through his recruitment to the Communist cause as a Cambridge undergraduate, to his final defection - and includes unique film material by Philby's son showing his father's present life in Moscow. With contributions from John Philby, Hugh Trevor-Roper, Miles Copeland
Commentary spoken by Rene Cutforth
Script by LESLIE MALLORY Photographed by OUSMA RAWI and JOHN PHILBY Film editor Len Trumm Produced by PETER HUNT Directed by Douglas HURN
An Interservice - TVR Production for BBC Television
('Philby was a damned Communist, but you have to admit he was a genius': page 9)

Contributors

Unknown: Kim Philby
Unknown: John Philby
Script By: Leslie Mallory
Script By: John Philby
Produced By: Peter Hunt
Directed By: Douglas Hurn

: Line-Up: Wednesday

Talking about Kim Philby and A Ruthless Journey
Editor MICHAEL HILL

Contributors

Unknown: Kim Philby
Unknown: Michael Hill








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