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: Play School

Today's story Jenny's Smile by JEAN WATSON Presenters DIANE DORGAN , DEREK GRIFFITHS

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Watson
Presenters: Diane Dorgan
Presenters: Derek Griffiths

: Closedown

: Magic Roundabout

English version written and told by Eric Thompson.

Contributors

Created by: Serge Danot
Writer/Narrator: Eric Thompson

: Play School

: Help!

It's the Hair Bear Bunch

: Vision On

Pipes
Tony Hart , Pat Keysell and Ben Benison including THE PROF also BURBLES, MR BLUE and CUCKOO HUMPHREY UMBRAGE and SUSANNE Designer
JOHN BONE CLIVE DOIG
Producer PATRICK DOWLING
(Send a painting for the ' Gallery ' to ' Vision On.' BBC TV, London W12 8QT. We are sorry we cannot return them, but there is a prize for any shown)

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Hart
Unknown: Pat Keysell
Unknown: Mr Blue
Unknown: John Bone
Unknown: Clive Doig
Producer: Patrick Dowling

: Open University

: Office

A series about administrative management 9:People
Need office work be boring?
Director IAN WOOLF
Producer CHARLES PASCOE

Contributors

Producer: Charles Pascoe

: Open University

: Collector's World

More items of interest, information and investigation for collectors about collecting.
This week's subjects include:
A Special Exhibition: ARTHUR NEGUS looks at some of the antique treasures brought from all over Europe to Olympia for a special display to mark the 50th Ideal Home Exhibition.
Naive Paintings: In general, English primitive paintings have been ignored by collectors - a situation which is not likely to continue. Hungarian ANDRAS KALMAN believes it takes a foreigner to appreciate the Englishness of English Art.' His collection admirably demonstrates this belief. Arthur Negus answers viewers' questions Hugh Scully introduces the programme
Directors ROBIN DRAKE , PAUL SMITH Producer JOHN KING (from Bristol)

Contributors

Unknown: Andras Kalman
Unknown: Arthur Negus
Introduces: Hugh Scully
Directors: Robin Drake
Directors: Paul Smith
Producer: John King

: Waterline

Cliff Michelmore introduces the first of three programmes about ships, boats, and the sea.
Tonight: Ocean Racing
The Admiral's Cup, the most coveted prize in ocean racing, was awarded in 1971 to a British team led by MR EDWARD HEATH in his yacht Morning Cloud. This summer, at Cowes Week, the world's best crews line up against each other once again to contest this world championship of ocean racing. Will the trophy stay in Britain? The Prime Minister's sailing-master OWEN PARKER says why he believes Mr Heath will win again.
On the spectacular 600-mile race from Sydney to Hobart, BOB FISHER follows the three Australian yachts chosen for the Admiral's Cup and weighs up their chances over here.
And at Cowes and Lymington, boat-builders WILFRED SOUTER and DAVID MAY take the covers off some of their Admiral's Cup contenders for 1973.
Directors TONY SALMON. PETER CLEAVER Editor BRIAN ROBINS (People: page 4)

Contributors

Introduces: Cliff Michelmore
Directors: Tony Salmon.
Directors: Peter Cleaver
Editor: Brian Robins

: Pot Black

BBC2 Snooker Competition Tonight from the League of Champions:
Fred Davis makes his first appearance in this series for the 1973 Championship v John Pulman , needing a win here to compensate for his defeat by Alex Higgins.
The first meeting in this competition between two players who monopolised the World Professional Championship for 20 years. Referee SYDNEY LEE
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Commentator TED LOWE
Director jim DUMIGHAN
Producer REG I'ERRIN (From Birmingham)

Contributors

Unknown: Fred Davis
Unknown: John Pulman
Unknown: Alex Higgins.
Introduced By: Alan Weeks
Commentator: Ted Lowe
Director: Jim Dumighan

: World Television Theatre

The first of a short season of television dramas from abroad. My Father Hokusai by SEIJI HOSHIKAWA
Awarded the 1972 Italia Prize for Drama, this production from Japan is a portrait of one of that country's most famous artists-Hokusai, the eccentric genius of the art of Ukiyoe, wood block painting.
Director HIROYASU SEGI
A production of Mainichi Broadcasting System, Osaka

Contributors

Unknown: Seiji Hoshikawa
Director: Hiroyasu Segi
Hokusai: Rentaro Mikuni
Oei, his daughter: Mariko Okada
Tominosuke, his son: Masakazu Tamura
Bakin: Kan-Emon Nakamura
Tsutaya: Masaya Takahashi
Bakin's wife: Kayoko Matsui

: Leap in the Dark

6: Tonight Linda Blandford and Gordon Snell report on an exorcism and a haunted hotel, and on the search for a missing policeman by a dowser who didn'find him and a medium who did ... Hatintings
Executive producer JOHN KING Producer ANNE OWEN
Director COLIN GOOMAN (From Bristol)

Contributors

Unknown: Linda Blandford
Unknown: Gordon Snell
Producer: John King
Producer: Anne Owen
Director: Colin Gooman

: The Budget

The Chancellor of the Exchequer Rt Hon
Anthony Barber , MP for the Government

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Barber

: News Extra

with John Edmunds ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: John Edmunds

: The Old Grey Whistle Test

Bob Harris with the news of today's music. In the studio Argent, Shawn Phillips
Director COLIN STRONG
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Harris
Unknown: Shawn Phillips
Director: Colin Strong
Producer: Michael Appleton

: Closedown









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