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: Play School

Story: Hubert Hibernates by HELEN PALMER Presenters
JULIE STEVENS , JOHNNY BALL
Pianist JOHN HORLER Flautist BOB DOWNES
Designer JANET BUDDEN
Scriptwriter and director HELEN PALMER Producer MICHAEL COLE
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Unknown: Hubert Hibernates
Unknown: Helen Palmer
Unknown: Julie Stevens
Pianist: John Horler
Pianist: Flautist Bob Downes
Designer: Janet Budden
Director: Helen Palmer
Producer: Michael Cole
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Open University

: Man at Work

Who's Watching Your Health?
'No job's worth it if it's going to kill you,' says BOB SMITH , victim of a lethal industrial disease. But what can workers do to discover health hazards at work?
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Series editor TONY MATTHEWS

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Smith
Editor: Tony Matthews

: Newsroom

with Richard Whitmore ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Whitmore

: Music on 2

Vaughan Williams Centenary Concert Sir Adrian Boult conducts
The London
Philharmonic Orchestra
Leader RODNEY FRIEND Symphony No 8 Job
RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS Was born on 12 October 1872. On 12 October 1972 the Roval Philharmonic Society celebrated the centenary with a special concert. Sir Adrian Boult has been a champion of Vaughan Williams' music for over 50 years.
Job, written in 1930 and dedicated to Sir Adrian, is arguably Vaughan Williams ' greatest work. This ' masque for dancing' is based on a series of illustrations by William Blake , some of which will be seen in the programme.
The Eighth Symphony was written during the early 1950s when the composer was over 80. Melodious and humorous, it is the least formal of his nine symphonies.
Introduced by Richard Baker
Director ROY TIPPING

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Adrian Boult
Unknown: Ralph Vaughan
Unknown: Adrian Boult
Unknown: Vaughan Williams
Illustrations By: William Blake
Introduced By: Richard Baker
Director: Roy Tipping

: Waugh on Crime

by ARDEN WINCH with 4: In which Inspector Waugh plays Cops and Robbers
Producer INNES LLOYD
DirectorTRISTAN DE VERE COLE ‡

Contributors

Producer: Innes Lloyd
Director: Tristan de Vere Cole
Inspector Waugh: Clive Swift
PC White: Robin Chadwick
Cynthia Holmes: Alethea Charlton
Driver: Charles Pickess
Harold: Christopher Lofthouse
Jake: Robert Richardson
McNally: Maurice Durant

: Man Alive

Reporters
JEREMY JAMES , JEANNE LA CHARD JOHN PITMAN , DESMOND WILCOX
HAROLD WILLIAMSON
This week: Tug-of-war Children
When a marriage breaks it is the children who suffer and legal disputes over custody can be drawn out and bitter. But when the parents are of different nationalities the aftermath can be even more distressing.
JEANNE LA CHARD and a Man Alive film team have been following the trail of missing children-and parents - from London law courts to Italy and southern Sardinia.
In the studio DESMOND WILCOX with the parents and the lawyers discusses the future of these unhappy children.
Director SIMON WADLEIGH Producer TIM SLESSOR Editor ADAM CLAPHAM

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy James
Unknown: Jeanne La Chard
Unknown: John Pitman
Unknown: Desmond Wilcox
Unknown: Harold Williamson
Unknown: Jeanne La Chard
Unknown: Desmond Wilcox
Director: Simon Wadleigh
Producer: Tim Slessor
Editor: Adam Clapham

: Ways of Seeing

A second chance to see the highly praised series with the writer and critic John Berger.
Oil paint was invented around 1400 and with it painting became the ideal medium for the celebration of private possessions. JOHN BERGER questions the value we place on that tradition.
Film editor DAVID GLADWELL Producer MICHAEL DIBB ‡
(Ways of Seeing, published 26 October jointly with Penguin Books, price 60p)

Contributors

Unknown: John Berger.
Unknown: John Berger
Editor: David Gladwell
Producer: Michael Dibb

: News on 2

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