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: Play School

Ting, ting-a-ling!
Stop the bus - go walking...
Today: "Do you want to be my friend?" by Eric Carle

Contributors

Presenter: Chloe Ashcroft
Presenter: Johnny Silvo
Author (Do you want to be my friend?): Eric Carle

: Closedown

: Rosla and After: 6: Organisation

(Accompanying sound series: Radio 2, Wednesdays. Booklets: page 12)

: Interval

: Open University

: Newsroom

With Peter Woods
Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Peter Woods

: The Shadow of the Tower: A Fly in the Ointment

by Julian Mitchell.
Seventh of 13 programmes.
[Starring] James Maxwell as Henry VII.

Henry has held the throne for 11 years but Yorkist plots continue. One of them is hatched by Englishmen in Rome. With Perkin Warbeck preparing to invade England, any plot is a danger - but this is fantastic!
(Book: page 12)

Contributors

Writer: Julian Mitchell
Costumes: Velma Buckle
Costumes: Odette Barrow
Script Editor: Anthea Browne-Wilkinson
Designer: Jeremy Davies
Producer: Jordan Lawrence
Director: Moira Armstrong
Sir John Tong: Christopher Sandford
Girl: Stephanie Marrian
Sir John Kendal: John Welsh
de Vignolles: Peter Bowles
Archdeacon Hussey: Donald Eccles
Cardinal Morton: Denis Carey
de Noyon: Artro Morris
Radigo: Jeffrey Segal
Master John: John Junkin
Master John's assistant: Denis Cleary
Turkish servant: Terry Walsh
Tyrrel: Ballard Berkeley
Henry VII: James Maxwell

: Europa: The Pace of Life

European reporters look at the pressures and the tempo of day-to-day life - and how they affect a factory worker in Holland, a housewife in Yugoslavia and Cabinet Ministers in the West German parliament.
Introduced by Derek Hart.

Contributors

Presenter: Derek Hart
Producer: Maryse Addison
Programme Editor: Ronnie Noble

: Show of the Week: Lulu's Party

Recorded in Berlin
With The Carpenters, Peter Noone, Horst Jankowski, The Hermits, SFB Dance Orchestra.
BBC/SFB co-production

Contributors

Musicians: The Carpenters
Singer: Peter Noone
Musician: Horst Jankowski
Musicians: The Hermits
Musicians: SFB Dance Orchestra.
Musical Director: Paul Kuhn
Producer: Dieter Finnern

: News on 2

and Weather

: World Cinema: La Belle et la Bete

The first of two films by Jean Cocteau, one of France's most imaginative film-makers and man of letters.
Starring Jean Marais, Josette Day.

Jean Cocteau's imaginative and individual fantasy based on the famous fairy story, "Beauty and the Beast", remains a remarkable visual experience.
Magnificently designed by Christian Berard, it stars Jean Marais, who appeared in four Cocteau films, as all three main male characters - Avenant, the Beast, and the Prince.
Based on a tale by Madame Le Prince de Beaumont
(This Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Director: Jean Cocteau
Designer: Christian Berard
Avenant/The Beast/The Prince: Jean Marais
Beauty: Josette Day
The Merchant: Marcel Andre
Adelaide: Mila Paruli
Felicie: Nane Germon
Ludovic: Michel Auclair

: Late Night Line-Up

Includes news of the Writers' Guild Awards being presented tonight at the National Film Theatre.

Contributors

Editor: Rowan Ayers








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