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: Play School

Anna's Mother has a Birthday by INGER and LASSE SANDBERG Presenters
TONI ARTHUR , KERRY JEWEL
Pianist PAUL READE
Graphics LAURENCE HENRY Designer LOUISE VANSON
Scriptwriter Richard GREENING
Producer MICHAEL GRAFTON-ROBINSON Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Unknown: Toni Arthur
Pianist: Paul Reade
Pianist: Graphics Laurence Henry
Designer: Louise Vanson
Unknown: Scriptwriter Richard
Producer: Michael Grafton-Robinson
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Play School

: Jackanory

With ALAN BENNETT
The Pooh Story Book by A. A. MILNE
Today: Pooh Invents a New Game
Pictures by E. H. SHEPARD
Adapted and directed by SUSAN BALL
Executive producer ANNA HOME

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Bennett
Book By: A. A. Milne
Unknown: E. H. Shepard
Directed By: Susan Ball
Producer: Anna Home

: The Monkees: Missing Monkee

Peter becomes involved with the disappearance of a scientist and then disappears himself.

: Ask Aspel

Introduced by Michael Aspel
With him in the studio this week Peter Noone
Producer GRANVILLE JENKINS
Send your requests to: Ask Aspel, BBC Television Centre, London W12 7RJ

Contributors

Introduced By: Michael Aspel
Unknown: Peter Noone
Producer: Granville Jenkins

: Sounds of Music

by Professor Charles Taylor 4: Craftsmanship and Technology
Director BRIAN JOHNSON
Presented for television by ALAN SLEATH (LfCture 5: Monday, 5.40 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Charles Taylor
Director: Brian Johnson
Television By: Alan Sleath

: Bird's-Eye View

A Green and Pleasant Land Written by JOHN LLOYD Narrated by ALAN DOBIE
There's hardly a square foot of land in Britain that somebody doesn't own -and that somebody else hasn't got plans for. Finding room for vital new cities and industries means something has to go. How much countryside will there be at the end of this century when another 15 million of us have been squashed into it?
From the air the progress of this new Battle for Britain is even clearer. This film looks at some of the casualties so far. It features a Bird's-Eye View of the 250-mile Pennine Way which passes through much of England's most striking countryside - and through almost every kind of danger that threatens it.
Producer DAVID GERRARD
Series editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF

Contributors

Written By: John Lloyd
Unknown: Alan Dobie
Producer: David Gerrard
Editor: Edward Mirzoeff

: Newsroom

with Richard Whitmore ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Whitmore

: The Money Game

For this highly original production from Australia cartoonist Bruce Petty created an incredible assembly of wheels, cogs, pulleys and string on which the money game is played with all the fervour and drama of a major sporting event.
See the amazing economics machine in action as six contestants battle for the championship. And remember it's the same game in which we are all involved!
Machine by BRUCE PETTY , ROBERT BROWN Producer MICHAEL PEARCE
Conceived and directed by BRUCE PETTY An ABC production

Contributors

Unknown: Bruce Petty
Unknown: Bruce Petty
Unknown: Robert Brown
Producer: Michael Pearce
Directed By: Bruce Petty
The Government: Noel Ferrier
The Foreigner: Joseph Furst
The Employer: Alfred Sandor
The Underdeveloper: John Cheung
The Financier: Alastair Duncan
The Worker: Chris Haywood
Umpire: Nat Levison
Commentators: Ken Howard
Commentators: Martin Royal

: Gardeners' World

with Percy Thrower from Grayswood Hill , Surrey
PERCY THROWER gives advice on the seasonal care of selected border plants and flowering shrubs to be found at their best in these famous South of England gardens.
Producer BILL DUNCALF

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Thrower
Unknown: Grayswood Hill

: One Pair of Eyes

Mark Boxer reaches Half Way Mark
MARK BOXER is the resident cartoonist ('Marc') of The Times, and Associate Editor of the Sunday Times Magazine which he launched in 1962. At 41 he has achieved a degree of success which for many men would be the crowning point of a career. How can he continue the rest of his life without a sense of anticlimax? This question provides the theme of the programme.
Boxer trains his fastidious and ironic gaze on himself. He recalls early successes and we see a typical Boxer day at present.
Producer MALCOLM BROWN Director JULIAN COOPER

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Boxer
Unknown: Mark Boxer
Producer: Malcolm Brown
Director: Julian Cooper

: On the Rim

In Iceland
A country of 200,000 people can survive and make headlines, whether in terms of fishing limits or chess. How?
Tonight's documentary looks at the Iceland that tourists don'normally see, and traces the development of the country from its turbulent beginnings to its pragmatic present.
Narrator DONALD MACLEOD
Written and produced by FINLAY J. MACDONALD (from Scotland)

Contributors

Narrator: Donald MacLeod
Produced By: Finlay J. MacDonald

: News on 2

and Weather

: Festival 26

A series of seven programmes in which Mary Marquis and Donald MacCormick present personalities and performances from the 26th
Edinburgh International Festival
Editor MATTHEW SPICER

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Marquis
Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Editor: Matthew Spicer








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