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: Play School

Story: Mr Tall and Mr Small by BARBARA BRENNER illustrated by TOMI UNGERER Presenters
DIANE DORGAN , LIONEL MORTON
Pianist HARRY HAYWARD
Percussion ALAN GRAHAME Designer CHRISTINE CASTLE
Scriptwriter and director HELEN PALMER Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Unknown: Mr Tall
Unknown: Mr Small
Unknown: Barbara Brenner
Illustrated By: Tomi Ungerer
Presenters: Diane Dorgan
Illustrated By: Lionel Morton
Pianist: Harry Hayward
Illustrated By: Percussion Alan Grahame
Designer: Christine Castle
Director: Helen Palmer
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Open University

5.50-6.15 Closedown

: Hammer It Home

Join Roy Day and Phyllida Law in decorating a room.
4: Painting and papering
Director BRYN BROOKS Producer SHEILA INNES

Contributors

Unknown: Phyllida Law
Producer: Sheila Innes

: News Summary

Weather

: Come Fishing

for West Highland Salmon with Eric Stevens
The rivers in the West Highlands of Scotland are usually short, usually rocky, but always beautiful. Most are ' spate' rivers, needing rain every few days to keep them running full. It's during July and August that the salmon come in to spawn - it's a pleasant time to fish.
Producer CHARLES CLIFFORD

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Stevens
Producer: Charles Clifford

: Money at Work

Steel - Efficiency or Employment? What future has the British Steel Industry?
The Government will invest £3,000-million over the next ten years to modernise old, inefficient plants and as a result 50,000 jobs will disappear.
The investment is a gamble-a gamble that 35-million tons of British steel will be needed in 1980. If it is not, then more losses and more redundancies will follow. Set free to run on a commercial basis, the industry may make profits-but at what social cost? Who will look after towns like Shotton and Ebbw Vale if steel-making goes?
Have Lord Melchett and the Government got it right? What do we want from steel - efficiency or employment?
Presented by BRIAN WEDLAKE
With PAUL GRIFFITHS , DAVID TAYLOR and ROBERT MCKENZIE
Producer PETER DUNKLEY Editor JOHN DEKKER

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Wedlake
Presented By: With Paul Griffiths
Presented By: David Taylor
Presented By: Robert McKenzie
Producer: Peter Dunkley
Editor: John Dekker

: Six Faces of Royalty

Roy Strong , Director of the National Portrait Gallery, discusses the appearance and personality of six English sovereigns from Tudor times to the age of Victoria, and asks to what extent the portraits reveal their character.
5: George IV - the caricature king
Producer DEREK TRIMBY

Contributors

Unknown: Roy Strong
Producer: Derek Trimby

: World Cinema: Moderato Cantabile

Screenplay by MARGUERITE DURAS Director PETER BROOK

Contributors

Unknown: Jeanne Moreau
Unknown: Jean-Paul Belmondo
Unknown: Marguerite Duras
Director: Peter Brook
Anne Desbaredes: Jeanne Moreau
Chauvin: Jean-Paul Belmondo
The son: Didier Haudepin
The murderer: Valerie Dobouzinsky
The café proprietor: Pascale de Boysson
Mile Giraud: Colette Régis

: Film Night

Films of the Month
TONY BILBOW and PHILIP JENKINSON review some of the current releases which range from Tchaikovsky to Elvis on Tour and include Shamus with Burt Rey nolds and Dyan Cannon , The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean starring Paul Newman , and the long-awaited Portnoy's Complaint based on the bestselling novel by Philip Roth.
Producer BARRY BROWN
Executive producer MIKE FENTIMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Bilbow
Unknown: Philip Jenkinson
Unknown: Burt Rey
Unknown: Dyan Cannon
Unknown: Roy Bean
Unknown: Paul Newman
Novel By: Philip Roth.
Producer: Barry Brown
Producer: Mike Fentiman

: News Extra

with David Tindall Weather

Contributors

Unknown: David Tindall

: Closedown









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