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: Play School: Pets Day

Story: "Visitors in the Garden" by Jean Watson

Contributors

Presenter: Julie Stevens
Presenter: John Colclough
Author (Visitors in the Garden): Jean Watson

: Closedown

: Hardy Heating International: 7: Liquidity Problems

Introduced by Brian Jackson
With Paul Grist, Raymond Mason, Ivan Beavis, Harvey Hall, Reg Whitehead, Peter Miles

Contributors

Presenter: Brian Jackson
Dramatist: Roger Dixon
Producer: Paul Ellis
David Roberts: Paul Grist
Jack Hardy: Raymond Mason
Sam Howell: Ivan Beavis
John Marsh: Harvey Hall
Oliver Worthington: Reg Whitehead
Mr Curtis: Peter Miles

: Newsroom

with Peter Woods
Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Peter Woods

: Man Alive: Cancer - Not the Last Report

Reporters Jim Douglas Henry, Jeremy James, Jeanne La Chard, Gillian Strickland, Denis Tuohy, Desmond Wilcox, Harold Williamson

One of the greatest problems facing doctors in their efforts to fight cancer is that the word itself is synonymous with death and suffering. The depressing side of this disease gets plenty of publicity. We all know someone who has died of cancer.

Yet it is estimated that 30,000 people are cured of cancer every year in this country. Many of them are unaware that they have suffered from an attack of it because they have never been told. Others, because of the conspiracy of silence, never talk of it. Tonight on Man Alive five ex-cancer patients who have been successfully treated, talk about their experiences. No man faces cancer unmoved, but all the contributors in tonight's programme look forward to their futures with confidence and hope.

Contributors

Director: Storry Walton
Editor: Desmond Wilcox
Editor: Bill Morton

: Pot Black: BBC2 Snooker Competition

From the League of Champions Kingsley Kennerley v Fred Davis
Fred Davis, scorer of the highest break so far - 71, against Midlands Champion Kingsley Kennerley, who is still without a win.
Introduced by Alan Weeks.

(Colour)

Contributors

Snooker Player: Kingsley Kennerley
Snooker Player: Fred Davis
Referee: Sydney Lee
Presenter: Alan Weeks
Commentator: Ted Lowe
Director: Jim Dumighan
Producer: Reg Perrin

: Out of the Unknown: To Lay a Ghost

by Michael J. Bird
with lain Gregory as Eric Carver, Lesley-Anne Down as Diana Carver, Peter Barkworth as Dr Phillimore

Eric Carver knows that his young bride Diana suffered a severe shock during her youth, and he must treat her gently. When she shows an abnormal attachment for an old house, he makes light of it. Until the ghost appears...

Contributors

Writer: Michael J. Bird
Script Editor: Roger Parkes
Incidental Music: Dudley Simpson
Designer: Fanny Taylor
Producer: Alan Bromly
Director: Ken Hannam
Eric Carver: Iain Gregory
Diana Carver: Lesley-Anne Down
Dr Phillimore: Peter Barkworth
Ewan Mackenzie: Clifford Cox
Police Inspector: Geoffrey Russell
Thomas Hobbs: Walter Randall

: A Party Political Broadcast: Report to the People

A Party Political Broadcast on behalf of the Conservative and Unionist Party
(Also on BBC1 and BBC Wales)

: Yesterday's Witness: The Last People of St Kilda

On 29 August 1930, the most isolated community in the British Isles leapt into the headlines. The island of St Kilda had been evacuated. A hundred and ten miles from the Scottish mainland, cut off and ignored, her tiny population had been struggling to survive. Finally they had given up.

In tonight's film four of the islanders, the resident nurse, and the missionary's daughter describe life on the island in those last years and the events which led up to the evacuation.

Contributors

Interviewee: The resident nurse [name uncredited]
Interviewee: The missionary's daughter [name uncredited]
Narrator: John Stockbridge
Producer: Stephen Peet
Director: Anna Benson-Gyles








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