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: Play School

Pets Day
Today's story is
' Outside My Window'
Written by LIESEL MOAK SKORPEN Presenters
MIRANDA CONNELL , GORDON CLYDE

Contributors

Written By: Liesel Moak
Unknown: Miranda Connell
Unknown: Gordon Clyde

: Closedown

: Square Two

25: Geometrical Transformations Reflection in the mathematical sense can also be done by means of a matrix
Introduced by ALAN TAMMADGE
Directed by BARRY WHATLEY
Produced by DAVID ROSEVEARE

Contributors

Introduced By: Alan Tammadge
Directed By: Barry Whatley
Produced By: David Roseveare

: Times Remembered

William Avery , 88 years old and a Chelsea Pensioner, looks back over a life of military discipline. Now the oldest surviving member of the Royal Army Medical Corps, he recalls what life was like as a soldier in the Boer War.

Contributors

Unknown: William Avery

: Man Alive

Reporters JIM DOUGLAS HENRY
JEREMY JAMES , JEANNE LA CHARD GILLIAN STRICKLAND
DESMOND WILCOX
HAROLD WILLIAMSON The Hippy Trail
It begins in London's Kings Road, New York's Greenwich Village, Toronto's Market Street, Amsterdam's Dam Square. It goes all the way through Istanbul, Tehran, and Kabul to the East. For some it ends in contemplation on the Ganges or meditation in Khatmandu. But for others it may lead to drug addiction-in Delhi, among the drifting hippy communes of Asia. For too many it ends in repatriation, disease, even death. The hippy trail is more than a journey, it's an idea; people sometimes looking for new values, more often simply opting out, hoping for short cuts to a Nirvana that does not exist.
JEREMY james and a Man Alive film unit followed the hippy trail to India and Nepal. But their journey brought them to London where the trail has finally and perhaps tragically ended for an 18-year-old girl they met in Delhi.
Director STORRY WALTON
Edited by DESMOND WILCOX and BILL MORTON

Contributors

Reporters: Jim Douglas Henry
Unknown: Jeremy James
Unknown: Jeanne La Chard
Unknown: Gillian Strickland
Unknown: Desmond Wilcox
Unknown: Harold Williamson
Unknown: Jeremy James
Director: Storry Walton
Edited By: Desmond Wilcox
Edited By: Bill Morton

: Pets and Vets

The Eye
Introduced by JACK PIZZEY
Small animals can suffer accidents to the eye, and from cataracts-tonight's programme shows how they can be treated.
Director BRIAN DAUBNEY Producer PETER BRUCE

Contributors

Introduced By: Jack Pizzey
Director: Brian Daubney
Producer: Peter Bruce

: Biography Beethoven

by IAN CURTEIS starring
Edward Hardwicke as Franz von Brunswick with Charles Leno as Haydn John Loder as General Kugelgen Beethoven between 22 and 35 learning to live with deafness, disillusionment, and genius
Pianist and music adviser JOHN BURROWS Make-up PENNY BELL Costumes IAN ADLEY
Lighting DAVE SYDENHAM Designer PETER SEDDON Producer MARK SHIVAS
Directed by MARK CULLINCHAM
(Edward Hardwicke is a National Theatre player)

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Curteis
Unknown: Edward Hardwicke
Unknown: Franz von Brunswick
Unknown: Charles Leno
Unknown: Haydn John Loder
Unknown: General Kugelgen Beethoven
Unknown: John Burrows
Unknown: Penny Bell
Unknown: Ian Adley
Unknown: Dave Sydenham
Designer: Peter Seddon
Producer: Mark Shivas
Directed By: Mark Cullincham
Directed By: Edward Hardwicke
Beethoven: Michael Jayston
Josephine Deym: Judy Parfitt
First doctor: Charles Workman
Bettina von Breitkopf: Georgine Anderson
Friedrich von Breitkopf: Roland Pickering
Anton von Breitkopf: Neil Wilson
Schneller: Kenneth Benda
Customs officer: Alan Adams
Christine Unger-Sabatier: Sheila Ruskin
Maria Lichnowsky: Rowena Cooper
Prince Lichnowsky: David Garth
Countess Werdenberg: Janet Burnell
Hoffman: Keith Marsh
Steffan Deym: Gary Burfield
Anna Deym: Sarah Frampton
Countryman: Richard Vanstone
Second doctor: Derek Pollitt
Kistner: Rufus Frampton








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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