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: Play School

Story: "Where does a Butterfly go when it Rains?" by M. Garelick and L. Weisgard
Presenters Miranda Connell, Lionel Morton

Contributors

Presenter: Miranda Connell
Presenter: Lionel Morton
Author of story: M. Garelick
Author of story: L. Weisgard
Pianist: Paul Reade
Bass: Alan Weighell
Designer: Kathy Pearce
Scriptwriter/Director: Graham Beebee
Producer: Peter Ridsdale Scott
Executive Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Ireland

6: Freedom to Achieve Freedom The Civil War of 1922-23 had a considerable effect on the later political development of the Irish Free State and the Irish Republic. How far is it still an issue today?
Director BRIGIT BARRY
Producer HOWARD SMITH

Contributors

Director: Brigit Barry
Producer: Howard Smith

: Closedown

: Newsroom

with Richard Whitmore
Reporting the world tonight with the BBCs reporters and correspondents at home and abroad Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Whitmore

: Money at Work

Taking Stock
Is the Stock Exchange the guardian of the health of the capitalist system or is it just a glorified casino? In the week that the Queen officially opened the new Stock Exchange building Money at Work examines the role of the Stock Exchange in a modern mixed economy. Presented by BRIAN WIDLAKE
With DAVID TAYLOR and ROBERT MCKENZIB
Associate producer PETER DUNLEY Executive producer JOHN DEKKER

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Widlake
Unknown: David Taylor
Producer: Peter Dunley
Producer: John Dekker

: Heritage

Robert Hardy visits and explains some of Britain's most colourful ceremonies.
2: The Changing of the Guard featuring
The Coldstream Guards with the Regimental Band and Corps of Drums of the Coldstream Guards
Producer KEN GRIFFIN

Contributors

Producer: Ken Griffin

: De Gaulle - The Free Frenchman

The second of two outstanding documentaries from France.
For nearly 30 years General Charles de Gaulle, whether in or out of office, was never far from the scene of French politics. In tonight's film, which marks the second anniversary of the General's death, Gaullist and broadcaster Michel Droit paints a committed portrait in words and pictures of the statesman who personified his country and yet remained an enigma to its compatriots.
Commentary spoken by MAX BELLANCOURT
Extracts from de Gaulle's biographies read by HUGO DE VERNIER
Edited in collaboration with ALBERT KNOBLER
Written and directed by MICHEL droit Producers SANFORD LIEBERSON and DAVID PUTTNAM

Contributors

Unknown: Michel Droit
Spoken By: Max Bellancourt
Read By: Hugo de Vernier
Unknown: Albert Knobler
Directed By: Michel Droit
Producers: Sanford Lieberson
Producers: David Puttnam

: News on 2

Weather

: Charles de Gaulle

The film The Free Frenchman defined the image of the late President as seen by the French. What was his relationship with Britain and its leaders?Distinguished politicians and journalists who have had dealings with or who have observed, analysed and reported on General de Gaulle discuss and assess his influence on domestic and internatinal affairs.








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