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: Play School

Story: The Wind that Blew Too Much by DENNIS WRIGLEY Presenters
JULIE STEVENS , JOHNNY BALL

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Stevens

: Closedown

: Open University

: Ireland

Some episodes from her past in a series of ten programmes 3: God Save Ireland
Two traditions - one parliamentary and one revolutionary - developed side by side in Irish political life during the 19th century. Both are still alive today.
Director BRIGIT BARRY
Producer HOWARD smith

Contributors

Director: Brigit Barry
Producer: Howard Smith

: Open University

: Newsroom

with Clive Jacobs ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Clive Jacobs

: Money at Work

Four Sides of Dockland
The Docks are vital to everything we make, eat and sell. Yet even before the recent strike and the Jones-Aldington Report, Britain's docks were in serious trouble. Now there is no doubt that this vital part of the economy cannot survive in its present form. In Liverpool for Money at Work, DAVID TAYLOR has been talking to those parties with the greatest interest in the problem - The Mersey Docks' and Harbour Company, the unions, the employers, the unofficial shop stewards and not least the dockers themselves.
Must the pursuit of efficiency always cost men their jobs? Is nationalisation unavoidable? What future has Dockland? Presented by BRIAN WIDLAKE
With PAUL GRIFFITHS , DAVID TAYLOR and ROBERT MCKENZIE
Associate producer PETER DUNKLEY Executive producer JOHN DEKKER

Contributors

Unknown: David Taylor
Presented By: Brian Widlake
Unknown: Paul Griffiths
Unknown: David Taylor
Unknown: Robert McKenzie
Producer: Peter Dunkley
Producer: John Dekker

: Gardeners' World

with Percy Thrower Autumn
Again in his Shropshire garden, PERCY THROWER deals with seasonal work on the lawn and treatment of chrysanthemums for winter flowering.
Producer BILL DUNCALF

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Thrower
Unknown: Percy Thrower

: World Cinema: Stolen Kisses

(Baisers Voles)
The second of three films by one of France's leading directors - FRANCOIS TRUFFAUT starring Jean-Pierre Leaud Delphine Seyrig
Antoine Doinel , the hero of Les Quatres Cents Coups, is now a young man. In tonight's film, he pursues the elusive dream of happiness through a series of amorous encounters and insignificant jobs.
Screenplay by FRANÇOIS TRUFFAUT
CLAUDE DE GIVRAY and BERNARD REVOX Producer MARCEL BERBERT DirectorFRANÇOlS TRUFFAUT
(This Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Directors: Francois Truffaut
Unknown: Jean-Pierre Leaud
Unknown: Delphine Seyrig
Unknown: Antoine Doinel
Unknown: François Truffaut
Unknown: Claude de Givray
Unknown: Bernard Revox
Producer: Marcel Berbert
Director: Françols Truffaut
Antoine Doinel: Jean-Pierre Léaud
Fabienne Tabard: Delphine Seyrig
Christine Darbon: Claude Jade
Monsieur Tabard: Michel Lonsdale
Henri: Harry Max
Monsieur Vidal: André Falcon
Mme Darbon: Claire Duhamel
Monsieur Darbon: Daniel Ceccaldi
Julien: Paul Pavel
The Man: Serge Rousseau

: Film Night

The Unsung Oscar
A filmed story about
Yvonne Blake , co-winner of this year's Academy Award for Costume Design in Nicholas and Alex andra, with excerpts from some of her earlier achievements:
The Spy With a Cold Nose, The Best House in London, The Last Valley and her current project Jesus Christ Superstar...
Producer BARRY BROWN Editor ROWAN AYERS

Contributors

Unknown: Yvonne Blake








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