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: Play School

Pets Day
Story ' Quangle Wangle's Hat' by EDWARD LEAR
Illustrated by HELEN OXENBURY Presenters
CAROL CHELL, JON SKOLMEN

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Lear
Illustrated By: Helen Oxenbury
Unknown: Carol Chell
Unknown: Jon Skolmen

: Closedown

: Places for People

A European survey
An Expanding Town in Sweden: Gothenburg
Commentary spoken by IAN HOLM
A BBC/NDR production Director VOLKER PETZOLD Producer NANCY THOMAS

Contributors

Spoken By: Ian Holm
Director: Volker Petzold
Producer: Nancy Thomas

: Newsroom

with Peter Woods Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods

: Times Remembered

JEREMY JAMES talks to Fred Streeter who is first, last and foremost a gardener, a man who, quite literally, talks to flowers. He has spent a long, long life building, loving and caring for beautiful gardens.
Baron Rothschild once sent for him in order to learn about gardens and then offered him a chance to learn about the French and Paris. But Fred Streeter was homesick - and turned down the Baron to return to his gardens.
Director RICHARD THOMAS
Producer IVOR DUNKERTON

Contributors

Talks: Jeremy James
Unknown: Fred Streeter
Unknown: Fred Streeter
Director: Richard Thomas
Producer: Ivor Dunkerton

: Man Alive

Reporters JEREMY JAMES
JEANNE LA CHARD , JOHN PITMAN DENIS TUOHY , DESMOND WILCOX HAROLD WILLIAMSON This week:
Motorway Madness
In November last year, in fog, on the Al north of Doncaster, 100 vehicles were involved in a series of disastrous accidents. The final toll: two people killed; 34 injured - 13 of them seriously; and many vehicles written off. Newspaper headlines screamed, once more, ' motorway madness'.
Now, one year later, Man Alive has been back to the disaster area, talked to some of those who survived, asked the car drivers, lorry drivers and police how it happened - and why? In a motorway cafeteria beside the M6, scene of another terrible multiple collision earlier this autumn, Man Alive brings together drivers, police, psychologists and traffic experts to discuss how we can ever avoid motorway madness.
Producer RICHARD THOMAS
Editors DESMOND WILCOX and BILL MORTON

Contributors

Reporters: Jeremy James
Unknown: Jeanne La Chard
Unknown: John Pitman
Unknown: Denis Tuohy
Unknown: Desmond Wilcox
Unknown: Harold Williamson
Producer: Richard Thomas
Editors: Desmond Wilcox
Editors: Bill Morton

: Look, Stranger

Miners in the Pink
While the valleys grow green again some of the colliers of South Wales colour-match their jackets to their politics as they follow hounds over tip and dale, through undergrowth and open cast. VAL HOWELLS spends a day with the Banwen Hunt whose members pass the morning with their feet firmly under the ground and the afternoon with their heads in the clouds.
Executive producer BRIDGET WINTER Producer SELWYN RODERICK (from Wales)

Contributors

Unknown: Val Howells
Unknown: Banwen Hunt
Producer: Selwyn Roderick

: W. Somerset Maugham

Rain dramatised by HUGO CHARTERIS starring
Carroll Baker as Sadie Thompson Michael Bryant as Mr Davidson with Gordon Jackson as Dr MacPhail Stella Tanner as Mrs Davidson
Rona Anderson as Mrs MacPhail
An evangelical missionary and his wife are stranded on a South Sea island with Sadie Thompson , a blonde American from San Francisco. Confined to the only lodging house, with the tropical rain beating on the tin roof, they take uneasy meals while Sadie plays the phonograph and entertains sailors.
Producer VERITY LAMBERT
Director JOHN MACKENZIE

Contributors

Dramatised By: Hugo Charteris
Unknown: Carroll Baker
Unknown: Michael Bryant
Unknown: Gordon Jackson
Unknown: Stella Tanner
Unknown: Rona Anderson
Unknown: Sadie Thompson
Producer: Verity Lambert
Director: John MacKenzie
Horn: Ken Jones
Quartermaster: Bruce Boa
Horn's daughter: Yasmin Singh
Horn's wife: Joan Snow
Customs Officer: Vincent Wong
Sailors: Ray Marlowe
Sailors: Terence Mountain

: Cracking the Stone Age Code

What is your idea of a Stone Age man? Someone nasty, brutish and short perhaps? Professor
Alexander Thorn believes this is doing our early ancestors less than justice, for in the ruined stone circles and standing stones of Britain he claims to have discovered evidence of men of real scientific and mathematical genius living in Britain 4,000 years ago. Written and narrated by MAGNUS MAGNUSSON
Professor Thorn, a dedicated Scot. has the kind of enthusiasm for his subject that invigorates television.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
Film editor KEITH RAVEN Director DAVID COLLISON
Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONE

Contributors

Unknown: Alexander Thorn
Unknown: Magnus Magnusson
Editor: Keith Raven
Director: David Collison
Producer: Paul Johnstone

: News on 2

and Weather

: Late Night Line-Up

Ecology
Survival at ANY cost? Is there a head-on clash between Survival and Moral Values? Which comes first ... and who survives?
Editor ROWAN AYERS
7.0 pm Innovation and Exploitation
Six case-studies in the manufacture and marketing of new products
2: Natural or Not: the Artificial Leathers
ANDREW ROBERTSON , Senior Research Fellow, Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex, investigates the reasons behind the withdrawal of one giant chemical organisation from the manufacture of artificial leather and the prospects for other leather substitutes.
Producer JOHN TURTLE

Contributors

Editor: Rowan Ayers
Unknown: Andrew Robertson
Producer: John Turtle








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