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: Play School

Now here's circuses and shows
With kings and queens in crowns and robes
Today's story:
'The King Who Liked Mince Pies' by JULIA MICHAELS
Guest story-teller COLIN JEAVONS Presenters
CAROL CHELL , DEREK GRIFFITHS

Contributors

Unknown: Julia Michaels
Presenters: Carol Chell
Presenters: Derek Griffiths

: Closedown

: Newsroom

with Peter Woods Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods

: International Tennis

The Masters Tournament from Paris featuring the most successful tournament competitors of 1971: Stan Smith , Hie Nastase
Jan Kodes , Zeljko Franulovic Cliff Richey , Pierre Barthes and Clark Graebner
Throughout 1971 in a series of major championships, including Wimbledon, the world's greatest tennis players have been battling for points in the Pepsi Grand Prix Championship table.
In this climax to the 1971 tennis season the top sc n in the table played each other in a Round Robin Masters Final for prize money totalling$50,000.
Harry Carpenter in the Coubertin Stadium in Paris introduces the first programme in a series featuring the Tournament's outstanding matches which are decided over three tie-breaker sets. Commentators
DAN MASKELL and JACK KRAMER
Television presentation by FRED VINER and JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Producer A. P. WILKINSON in collaboration with the French Television Service

Contributors

Unknown: Stan Smith
Unknown: Hie Nastase
Unknown: Jan Kodes
Unknown: Zeljko Franulovic
Unknown: Cliff Richey
Unknown: Pierre Barthes
Unknown: Clark Graebner
Unknown: Harry Carpenter
Commentators: Dan Maskell
Presentation By: Fred Viner
Presentation By: Johnnie Watherston
Producer: A. P. Wilkinson

: Jumbo in the Outback

A Wheelbase Special
Why are 18 Australians in every 100 now buying a car from Japan? Why does an empty continent have traffic jams? Why, despite strict speed limits and compulsory seat belts, do Australians have three times as many road deaths as the English?
GORDON WILKINS joins BOAC'S inaugural Jumbo jet flight to Sydney to introduce a special Christmas edition on the motoring scene in Australia. with Jack Brabham
Dr Michael Henderson and Milton Morris , Minister of Transport, New South Wales
Director TONY SALMON
Producers JOHN MILLS, RICHARD TILLlNG Editor BRIAN ROBINS

Contributors

Unknown: Gordon Wilkins
Unknown: Jack Brabham
Unknown: Dr Michael Henderson
Unknown: Milton Morris
Editor: Brian Robins

: Casanova: 6: Golden Apples

by Dennis Potter
starring Frank Finlay as Casanova, with Norman Rossington as Lorenzo, Graham Crowden as Feldkirchner Gillian Hills as Caroline
At the age of 73, Casanova is librarian at the court of a Czech count and sees his life there as yet another form of imprisonment. Only Caroline, the count's mistress, provides him with any distraction.

Contributors

Writer: Dennis Potter
Designer: Peter Seddon
Producer: Mark Shivas
Director: Mark Cullingham
Casanova: Frank Finlay
Lorenzo: Norman Rossington
Feldkirchner: Graham Crowden
Caroline: Gillian Hills
Dr Rasp: John Ringham
Father Balbi: Roger Hammond
Schalon: Patrick Newell
Cristina: Zienia Merton
Barberina: Christine Noonan
Anne Roman-Coupier: Ania Merson
Genoveffa: Lyn Yeldham
Nun: Gillian Brown
Pauline: Valerie Gearon
Rose: Julia Cornelius
Manon: Brigid Erin Bates
Anna: Caroline Dowdeswell
Helena: Elaine Donnelly
Man with knife: Christopher Martin
Constable: Alfred Hoffman
Constable: Ray Marioni

: The Codebreakers

5: The Lucy Ring
Presented by Rene Cutforth
The Lucy Ring was probably the most effective espionage network of the Second World War. It was Russian and it operated in Switzerland. Through this network, Stalin was told the date of the German invasion of Russia - but he didn't believe it. Only after Hitler invaded on the day Lucy said he would, did Stalin take notice and fight the war largely on the contents of Lucy's messages. But who was Lucy? Where did the flow of incredible top secret German information come from? And what were the coding techniques used by the Russians to keep their information secret?
Based on the book by DAVID KAHM Director STUART HARRIS
Written and produced by BRUCE NORMAN

Contributors

Presented By: Rene Cutforth
Unknown: Lucy Ring
Book By: David Kahm
Produced By: Bruce Norman

: News on 2

and Weather

: The Old Grey Whistle Test

Richard Williams with the news and the sounds of today's music. Alexis Korner , Gerry Rafferty
Director COLIN STRONG
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
(Christmas Sounds: page 19)

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Williams
Music: Alexis Korner
Music: Gerry Rafferty
Director: Colin Strong
Producer: Michael Appleton

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Monday Post: Scottish Programmes 23 January 2017








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