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: Play School

Pets Day
Today's story is
' The Wobble Board ' written and told by Rolf Harris
Presenters DIANE DORGAN , JOHNNY BALL

Contributors

Told By: Rolf Harris
Presenters: Diane Dorgan

: Closedown

: Test Cricket from Australia

by Satellite
Australia v England Second Test Match from Perth: fifth day
Recorded highlights of the day's play presented by DAVID KENNIN (; and DENIS KELLY in collaboration with the ABC

Contributors

Presented By: David Kennin
Presented By: Denis Kelly

: Interval

: Square Two

30: What is Algebra? The final programme
Introduced by ALAN TAMMADGB
Directed by BARRIEWHATLEY
Produced by DAVID ROSEVEARE

Contributors

Introduced By: Alan Tammadgb
Produced By: David Roseveare

: Newsroom

with Peter Woods Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods

: Times Remembered

They have treasured memories.
In the race for today few of us spare enough time to listen -even to learn - from people who also know about yesterday,
Wenvoe West and Wales
« Cartoon: Prehistoric Eohippus

: Man Alive

Reporters jim DOUGLAS HENRY
JEREMY JAMES , JEANNE LA CHARD GILLIAN STRICKLAND
DESMOND WILCOX
HAROLD WILLIAMSON
This week: Good Intentions
1: The Race Relations Industry
Race relations in this country today is a growth industry. Books surveys, committees, trusts, regulations - abound. Tough immigrant controls on one hand are said to betray a fear of future racial strife. On the other hand good intentions towards immigrants, particularly black immigrants, are expressed in the Community Relations Commission.
This was established by the Race Relations Act in 1968 and charged with a wide brief: To encourage harmonious Community Relations and to encourage measures adopted for that purpose by others '. The intentions are good, but how effective is the Commission?
This week, in the first of two programmes, Man Alive examines the work of Community Relations Officers in the field, and the attitudes of immigrants to them.
Director STORRY WALTON
Edited by DESMOND WILCOX and bill MORTON
(You can'be rational ...: page 12)
Wenvoe West and Wates:
8.5-8.55 Man Alive (as above)
8.55-9.0 A Party Political broadcast on behalf of Plaid Cymru (as BBC1)

Contributors

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

: Pets and Vets

A Pet for Christmas
Introduced by JACK PIZZEY
Animals make delightful presents, but is Christmas the right time to buy? How do you choose a suitable, healthy animal?
Director BRIAN DAUBNEY Producer PETER BRUCE

Contributors

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

: Put Out More Flags

by EVELYN WAUGH starring
'Basil must be 35 or 36 now. That's rather old for starting as a soldier.'
' Nonsense, Jo, men of 45 or 50 enlisted in the last war and died as gallantly as anybody else.'
Music adviser JOHN BURROWS Costumes IAN ADLEY
Lighting DAVE SYDENBAM Designer PETER SEDDON Producer MARK SHIVAS
Directed by MARK CULLINGHAM

Contributors

Unknown: Evelyn Waugh
Unknown: John Burrows
Unknown: Dave Sydenbam
Designer: Peter Seddon
Directed By: Mark Cullingham
Basil Seal: Anthony Valentine
Angela Lyne: Hildegard Neil
Ambrose Silk: John Wood
Lady Seal: Fanny Rowe
Sir Joseph Mainwaring: Basil Dignam
Poppet Green: Janina Faye
Alastair Trumpington: Richard Cornish
Peter Pastmaster: Roger Kemp
Barbara Sothill: Rowena Cooper
Freddy Sothill: Roy Purcell
Lt-Colonel: Michael Trubshawe
Geoffrey Bentley: Norman Bird
Col Plum: John Savident
Susie: Gillian Hills
Doris Connolly: Sally Thomsett
Micky Connolly: David Howe
Marlene Connolly: Sheraton Blount
Mr Harkness: George Howe
Mrs Harkness: Sylvia Barter
Mr Todhunter: Antony Webb
The Archimandrite: Leon Collins
Grainger: Anthea Holloway
ARP Warden: Ron Pember








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