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: Play School

Dressing-Up Day
Today's story is Patrick ' Written and illustrated by QUENTIN BLAKE Presenters CAROL CHELL , RICK JONES


Illustrated By: Quentin Blake
Presenters: Carol Chell
Presenters: Rick Jones

: Closedown

: Medicine Today

A fortnightly series of programmes for doctors
Directed by MARY HOSKINS
Produced bv JAMES MCCI,OY


Directed By: Mary Hoskins

: Closedown

: Prospectus

The Teaching of General Studies 3 : Two Teachers: Three Classes
A film about two representative teaching situations with day release students - a discussion group and an art class - which sets out to examine what the teachers were trying to do and how their students reacted to their efforts.
Produced by Gordon CROTON


Produced By: Gordon Croton

: Newsroom

with Peter Woods reporting the world tonight Weather


Unknown: Peter Woods

: Floodlit Rugby League

BBC2 Trophy Second Semi-Final
Wigan or Huddersfield v
Leigh or St Helens
Leigh, holders; Wigan, runners-up; St Helens, semi-finalists; and Huddersfield. A great challenge by four great teams for a place in the final.
Commentator EDDIE WARING
Produced by RAY LAKELAND


Commentator: Eddie Waring
Produced By: Ray Lakeland

: Wheelbase

Gordon Wilkins covers the motoring news of the week with Maxwell Boyd, Michael Frostick and Judith Jackson.
More than 35,000 motorists took part in a Daily Telegraph contest to find the best driver in Britain. Meet the winners of the top prizes - a Jaguar XJ6 and a Triumph Toledo - and watch them in action on the final tests at Cobham in Surrey.
Tonight's programme also reports on the future of Driving Schools and examines the prospects for insurance based on the driver instead of the car.


Presenter: Gordon Wilkins
Presenter: Maxwell Boyd
Presenter: Michael Frostick
Presenter: Judith Jackson
Director: Tony Salmon
Producer: John Mills
Editor: Brian Robins

: Menace

Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? by MARTIN WORTH starring
Patrick Mower , Georgina Hale
The cottage is empty. The owners appear to have gone away - yet one of them could be dead.
Cast in order of appearance:
Theme music composed by MN HARPER Script editor ANTHEA BROWNE-WILKINSON Designer FANNY TAYLOR


Unknown: Patrick Mower
Unknown: Georgina Hale
Unknown: Peter Smee
Composed By: Mn Harper
Editor: Anthea Browne-Wilkinson
Designer: Fanny Taylor
Producer: Jordan Lawrence
Directed By: Peter Cregeen
Woman: Sheila Fearn
Girl G EORG: Ina Hale
Man: Patrick Mower
Delivery man: Tony Caunter
Doreen Robins: Eve Pearce
Mr Gates: Donald Morley
PC COX: Nicholas McArdle

: The Codebreakers

5: Shall Yamamoto Die ?
Admiral Yamamoto was C-in-C
Japanese Combined
Fleet. The man who had successfutly destroyed the American Fleet at Pearl Harbour. The man on whom the Japanese depended for final victory.
In late 1942, as the direct result of a code-break, the Americans might be able to kill the enemy leader. Should they attempt a political assassination? If they did, what would be the result?
Based on the book The Codcbreakcrs by DAVID KAHN


Unknown: Yamamoto Die
Unknown: David Kahn
Director: Robin Bootle
Producer: Bruce Norman

: Late Night Line-Up



Unknown: Joan Bakewell
Unknown: Michael Dean
Unknown: Tony Bilbow
Unknown: Sheridan Morley
Editor: Rowan Ayers

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