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: Play School: Science Day

Today's story is "The Small Football" by Modwena Sedgewick

(Repeated on BBC1 at 4.15 pm)
(Colour)

Contributors

Author (The Small Football): Modwena Sedgewick
Presenter: Chloe Ashcroft
Presenter: Johnny Silvo
Pianist: Harry Hayward
Designer: Kassy Baxter
Scriptwriter: Judy Whitfield
Director: Michael Cole
Director: John Lane
Series Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Newsroom

with Peter Woods reporting the world tonight
Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Peter Woods

: The Money Programme

The deflated dollar, the fixed franc, the mobile mark and a strong pound - the events of the past summer have turned the international monetary world upside down. In this topsy-turvy atmosphere the International Monetary Fund meets this week in Washington to try to bring some order to the world's exchange rate. Brian Widlake reports from Washington where he has been talking to Harold Lever, MP, Treasury Minister in the last Labour government, about the measures taken.

(Colour)

Contributors

Reporter: Brian Widlake
Interviewee: Harold Lever
Presenter: Alan Watson
Presenter: Paul Griffiths
Producer: Robert Rowland

: Gardeners' World

with Percy Thrower from The Magnolias, Bomere Heath, Shropshire
This week, in his own gardens, Percy Thrower takes rose and hardy fuchsia cuttings and deals with seasonal work in the greenhouses.

Contributors

Presenter: Percy Thrower
Producer: Bill Duncalf

: The Goodies

Written by Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie with Tim Brooke-Taylor
Starring Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden, Bill Oddie
Guest star Stanley Baxter
and featuring Bernard Bresslaw

The Goodies save a suicidal zoo-keeper and meet a canny Scot.

(Colour)

Contributors

Writer: Graeme Garden
Writer/Music: Bill Oddie
Writer: Tim Brooke-Taylor
Music: Michael Gibbs
Designer: Roger Murray-Leach
Director: Jim Franklin
Producer: John Howard Davies
Tim: Tim Brooke-Taylor
Graeme: Graeme Garden
Bill: Bill Oddie
[Actor]: Stanley Baxter
[Actor]: Bernard Bresslaw

: Review

BBC2's topical arts magazine
Introduced by David Jones

What the Hell is Going On Here?
'I'm just trying to re-create the whole normal 20th-century schizophrenia' - sculptor Eduardo Paolozzi, whose exhibition opened last week at the Tate Gallery.

A New King Lear
Edward Bond, the author of Saved and Early Morning, talks about Lear, his new play premiered this week with Harry Andrews in the title role.

How We Are
John Berger takes a look at an exhibition and book of photographs by Ewan Duff.

Bron and Bird
The first of a series of sidelong glances at the stories that didn't make it on the arts page - with Eleanor Bron and John Bird.

(David Jones is a member of the RSC)

Contributors

Presenter: David Jones
Sculptor (What the Hell is Going On here?): Eduardo Paolozzi
Director (What the Hell is Going On Here?): Harley Cokliss
Interviewee (A New King Lear): Edward Bond
Play extracts directed by (A New King Lear): Alan Yentob
King Lear: Harry Andrews
Presenter (How We Are): John Berger
Comedienne (Bron and Bird): Eleanor Bron
Comedian (Bron and Bird): John Bird
Producer: Tony Staveacre
Producer: Peter Adam
Producer: Barrie Gavin
Editor: Colin Nears








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