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: Play School

Science Day
Today's story: All Falling Down ' by GENE ZION and MARGARET BLOY GRAHAM Presenters
CAROLE WARD , ROD WILLMOTT Pianist PAULE READE Designer
VALERIE WARRENDER Scriptwriter PAMELA HILL
Series producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Unknown: Gene Zion
Unknown: Margaret Bloy Graham
Unknown: Carole Ward
Pianist: Rod Willmott
Pianist: Paule Reade
Unknown: Valerie Warrender
Scriptwriter: Pamela Hill
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Within These Four Walls

8: Professor Erie Laithwaite visits the Electrical Engineering Gallery at the Science Museum With PETER BENNET STONE
Directed by PETER R. SMITH
Produced by BRENDA HORSFIELD †

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Erie Laithwaite
Unknown: Peter Bennet
Directed By: Peter R. Smith
Produced By: Brenda Horsfield

: Newsroom

with Peter Woods Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods

: Europa:The World through European Eyes

On the eve of the Indian General Election Europe presents ' India
-the bitter-sweet nation of Asia as seen by European television networks ... the beauty, the Poverty and the problems which face the new government in the 70s.
Introduced by DEREK HART
Edited by RONNIE NOBLE

Contributors

Introduced By: Derek Hart
Edited By: Ronnie Noble

: Review

Introduced by James Mossman
Georgia Brown sings Brecht
'You say that girls may stnp with your permission,
You draw the line dividing art from sin,
First you must solve the problem of starvation,
Then start your talking, thats where we begin '
Some lyrics from The Threepenny Opera, the best known of the Brecht- Weill musicals.
The songs that Brecht wrote with Kurt Weill in the 20s still retain their power and popularity, and Georgia Brown is their foremost British interpreter. For Review she recreates the world of the Berlin cabaret, its mixture of satire and kitsch out of which these songs were bom.
Alan Bennett visits Bernard Berenson
Alan Bennett recalls an informal visit to the famous art historian and collector Bernard Berenson on the eve of the Second World War.
Producers PETER ADAM , TONY STAVEACRE Editor JAMES MOSSMAN

Contributors

Introduced By: James Mossman
Introduced By: Georgia Brown
Unknown: Kurt Weill
Unknown: Alan Bennett
Unknown: Bernard Berenson
Unknown: Alan Bennett
Unknown: Bernard Berenson
Producers: Peter Adam
Producers: Tony Staveacre
Editor: James Mossman

: Peter Cook in Where Do I Sit?

In which Peter meets and talks to people who are actually alive today.
Designed by PAUL JOEL
Produced by IAN MACNAUGHTON and PETER COOK

Contributors

Designed By: Paul Joel
Produced By: Ian MacNaughton
Produced By: Peter Cook

: Jude the Obscure

by THOMAS HARDY : dramatised in six parts by HARRY GREEN
Sue has lost her place at the Normal College and Phillotson has suggested they should now marry. She decides to consult Jude, who has met Arabella. Part 4 : To Shaston

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Hardy
Unknown: Harry Green

: Late Night Line-Up

including
Bernard Braden as Mark Twain on James Fenimore Cooper 's Literary Offences
' There are 19 rules governing literary arts in the domain of romantic fiction ... Cooper violates 18 of them ... It breaks the record.'
Editor ROWAN AYERS

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Braden
Unknown: Mark Twain
Unknown: James Fenimore Cooper
Editor: Rowan Ayers








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