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: Play School

Story: The Great Big Enormous Turnip by ALEXEI TOLSTOY
Illustrated by HELEN OXENBURY Presenters
SARAH LONG , JOHNNY SILVO
Pianist PAUL READE
Designer CHRISTINE CASTLE
Scriptwriter and director CAROLE WARD Producer MICHAEL COLE
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Illustrated By: Helen Oxenbury
Unknown: Sarah Long
Unknown: Johnny Silvo
Pianist: Paul Reade
Designer: Christine Castle
Director: Carole Ward
Producer: Michael Cole
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Open University

: Hammer It Home

Join Roy Day and Phyllida Law in decorating a room
8: Completing the unit: finishes and fixings
Director BRYN BROOKS Producer SHEILA INNES

Contributors

Unknown: Phyllida Law
Producer: Sheila Innes

: Gardeners' World

with Percy Thrower from Clacks Farm, Ombersley, Worcestershire
In the season's first visit to the fruit and vegetable garden, PERCY THROWER discusses with ARTHUR BlLLlTT extensions which have been made to the garden during the winter months.
He goes on to the planting of new fruit trees and the feeding of established fruit-trees and bushes.
Producer BILL DUNCALF (from Birmingham)

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Thrower
Unknown: Arthur Blllltt

: Money at Work

Is Your Budget Really Necessary? Next Tuesday the Chancellor of the Exchequer presents his Budget to Parliament. It's the economic event of the year. Or is it? Important measures like the Freeze or handouts to industry are introduced at any time, so has the Budget dwindled to a primitive spring ritual?
Former Chancellors, former Treasury officials and economists give their views and discuss how the Budget is made and who really makes it. Money at Work looks too at the Britain that successive Chancellors have left us and at what the Americans have done with their Budget.
Presented by BRIAN WIDLAKE with PAUL GRIFFITHS , DAVID TAYLOR and ROBERT MACKENZIE
Producer PETER DUNKLEY Editor JOHN DEKKER

Contributors

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

: World Cinema: The Last Will of Dr Mabuse

The second of two films by one of Germany's most remarkable directors - fritz LANG starring
Rudolf Klein-Rogge
Gustav Diessl , Otto Wernicke
Fritz Lang 's famous and frightening story of the evil Dr Mabuse who, from within the confines of a lunatic asylum, and even from beyond the grave, controls an underworld empire of crime and corruption through the person of the psychiatrist Baum.
Director FRITZ UNG

Contributors

Unknown: Rudolf Klein-Rogge
Unknown: Gustav Diessl
Unknown: Otto Wernicke
Unknown: Fritz Lang
Director: Fritz Ung
Dr Mabuse: Rudolf Klein-Rogge
Kent: Gustav Djessl
Lilli: Vera Liessen
Lohmann: Otto Wernicke
Professor Baum: Oscar Beregi
Anna: Camllla Spira
Hofmeister: Karl Meixner
Dr Kramm: Theodor Loos
Muller: Klaus Pohl
Hardy: Rudolf Schundler
Hardy's friend: Theo Lingen
Bredow PAUL: Oskar Hocker

: Film Night

TONY BlLBOW and PHILIP JENKIN -SON review the month's new films including Superfly and Sounder both from the New Wave of black movies, and Sidney Poitier 's first film as a director, A Warm December
Producer BARRY BROWN
Executive producer MIKE FENTIMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Jenkin
Unknown: Sidney Poitier
Producer: Barry Brown
Producer: Mike Fentiman

: News Extra

with David Tindall Weather

Contributors

Unknown: David Tindall

: Closedown









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