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: Play School

Walking round the garden, Walking round the bear...
Story: "The House that Jack Built" (traditional)

Contributors

Presenter: Sarah Long
Presenter: Derek Griffiths
Story Illustrator: Rodney Peppe

: Closedown

: Open University

: Interval

: Handling Materials: Unitise and Economise

Putting all your eggs in one basket may be bad, but standardised loads have already solved many handling problems for British Rail and the Army.

Contributors

Director: Brian Davies
Director: Jeremy Johnston
Producer: Michael Garrod

: Interval

: Open University

: Newsroom

With Richard Whitmore.
Reporting the world tonight with the BBC's reporters and correspondents at home and abroad.
Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Richard Whitmore

: International Tennis

The Masters Tournament from Paris featuring the top tennis competitors of 1971: Stan Smith, Ilie Nastase, Jan Kodes, Zeljko Franulovic, Cliff Richey, Pierre Barthes and Clark Graebner.

The seven tennis stars who dominated the Pepsi Grand Prix tournament averages in 1971 played each other in the Round Robin Final at the Coubertin Stadium in Paris. The man with most victories became Champion. Harry Carpenter introduces the final match of the series: Smith v Nastase

The last match brings the big confrontation. Ilie Nastase, unbeaten at the top of the table, faces Stan Smith in the tournament decider. To the winner goes the first prize of $15,000 and the title of 'The Masters Champion of Tennis.'

Contributors

Tennis Player: Stan Smith
Tennis Player: Ilie Nastase
Tennis Player: Jan Kodes
Tennis Player: Zeljko Franulovic
Tennis Player: Cliff Richey
Tennis Player: Pierre Barthes
Tennis Player: Clark Graebner
Presenter: Harry Carpenter
Commentator: Dan Maskell
Commentator: Jack Kramer
Television Presentation: Fred Viner
Television Presentation: Johnnie Watherston
Producer: A.P. Wilkinson

: Collector's World

This week's subjects include:
Pottery: the fake is as old as art, and in the pottery field the faker has reaped a rich harvest. In Oxford a scientific test now exists which can identify the fake.

A varied assortment of chastity girdles, a unique Renaissance padlock, thumbscrews and felons' leg-irons all have their place in the Peter Phillips collection of locks and keys. Examples of these and many others from his comprehensive collection will be in the studio with Mr Phillips.

James Norbury answers questions. Introduced by Hugh Scully.
(from Bristol)
('Hang on to those plaster ducks': pages 8-9)

Contributors

Presenter: Hugh Scully
Expert: Peter Phillips
Expert: James Norbury
Director: Robin Drake
Director: Paul Smith
Producer: John King

: World Television Theatre: The Andersonville Trial

by Saul Levitt.
Starring Richard Basehart as Henry Wirz, Buddy Ebsen as Dr John Bates, Cameron Mitchell as Ge. Wallace and William Shatner as Col. Chipman
The second of three dramatic presentations of historic events.

In 1865, at the end of the American Civil War, Henry Wirz is on trial for causing the death of 15,000 Unionist prisoners in the Confederate prison camp in Andersonville, Georgia.
Hollywood Television Theatre from KCET Los Angeles

Contributors

Writer: Saul Levitt
Producer: Lewis Freedman
Director: George C. Scott
Henry Wirz: Richard Basehart
Dr John Bates: Buddy Ebsen
Gen Wallace: Cameron Mitchell
Col Chipman: William Shatner
Otis Baker: Jack Cassidy
Major Hosmer: Wright King
Capt Williams: Martin Sheen
Dr Ford: Whit Bissell
Col Chandler: Harry Townes
Ambrose Spencer: John Anderson
Jasper Culver: Lou Frizzell
James Davidson: Michael Burns
James Gray: Albert Salmi
Louis Schade: Woodrow Parfrey
First guard: Nino Candido
Court clerk: Ray Stricklyn
Second guard: Dallas McKennon
Lieutenant: William Bryant
Court reporter: Robert Easton
Sketch artist: Richard Miller
Board of Military Judges: Philip Bourneuf
Board of Military Judges: Charles McGraw
Board of Military Judges: Bert Freed
Board of Military Judges: Ford Rainey
Board of Military Judges: Alan Hale
Board of Military Judges: Ken Tobey
Board of Military Judges: Ian Wolfe

: News on 2

and Weather

: The Old Grey Whistle Test

Richard Williams with the news, the views, the sounds of today's music. In the studio Poco and any guests who may drop in.

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Williams
Musicians: Poco
Director: Colin Strong
Producer: Marshall Appleton








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