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: Play School

Today's story:
Grumble's Glasses by CHERRY PEARCE Presenters
DIANE DORGAN , DEREK GRIFFITHS

Contributors

Unknown: Pearce Presenters
Unknown: Diane Dorgan
Unknown: Derek Griffiths

: Closedown

: Open University

: Man at Work

The series that examines our working lives
Thank God It's Thursday
Who's for the 4-day working week?
Producer BRYN BROOKS
Series editor TONY MATTHEWS

Contributors

Editor: Tony Matthews

: Johnny Morris in Mexico

Six films of a jaunt in the sun 5: Mexico City, Popocatepetl
' When Hernando Cortez , the Spanish conquistador, first saw this country he said it was the most beautiful in the world ... That was 400 years ago and you can muck things about no end in 400 years.' Mexico City, population six million, is like a cross-section of Mexico crammed into 20 square miles. It is a confusion of ancient and modern, fantastic beauty and grotesque ugliness, incredible wealth and desperate poverty. The people, renowned as the gayest in the world, are also amongst the saddest.
Producer BRIAN PATTEN (from Bristol)

Contributors

Unknown: Hernando Cortez
Producer: Brian Patten

: Man Alive

Reporters JEREMY JAMES
JEANNE LA CHARD , JOHN PITMAN JACK PIZZEY , DESMOND WILCOX HAROLD WILLIAMSON
Pop Into Your Local -Before It Disappears
You used to be lucky to get bread and cheese or a pie with your pint in the pub. Today, along with booze, they serve up go-go girls, topless dancers, strippers, female impersonators and music, music, music. Right now the local is in danger. Big cities are being swamped with disco bars, ideal for those who don'want to talk to each other; popular ' mine hosts' are being replaced by managers; old pubs frequented by old men in old villages are being closed down.
Some people are making a lot of money out of the changes. But a lot more are sad - and angry. Dr Johnson once said: ' There is nothing which has yet been contrived by man, by which so much happiness is produced as by a good tavern or inn.' Man contrived it. Is man now destroying it?
Producer TOM CONWAY Editor ADAM CLAPHAM

Contributors

Reporters: Jeremy James
Unknown: Jeanne La Chard
Unknown: John Pitman
Unknown: Jack Pizzey
Unknown: Desmond Wilcox
Producer: Tom Conway
Editor: Adam Clapham

: Midweek Cinema: Lilith

starring
Warren Beatty, Jean Seberg with Peter Fonda, Kim Hunter A young man recently released from the army applies for a job as a trainee therapist at Poplar Lodge, a mental home for the wealthy. Here he comes under the spell of a beautiful patient, Lilith. Robert Rossen's last film, made in 1964, is a strange and hauntingly beautiful study of madness.
Producer and director ROBERT ROSSEN (This Week's Films: page 9)
(Looking for a direction: page 5)

Contributors

Director: Robert Rossen
Vincent Bruce: Warren Beatty
Lilith Arthur: Jean Seberg
Stephen Evshevsky: Peter Fonda
Bea Brice: Kim Hunter
Mrs Yvonne Meaghan: Anne Meacham
Dr Lavrier: James Patterson
Laura: Jessica Walter
Norman: Gene Hackman
Bob Clayfield: Robert Reilly
Howie: Rene Auberjenois
Vincent's grandmother: Lucy Smith
Mr Gordon: Maurice Brenner
Miss Glassman: Jeanne Barr

: Edition

Kenneth Allsop looks at the world of information, comment and persuasion. Reporters
IAN BREACH, CHRIS DUNKLEY
Producer WILL WYATT

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Allsop
Unknown: Chris Dunkley

: The Budget

RtHon
Denis Healey , mp for the Opposition
(Denis Healey 's Choice: page 5)

Contributors

Unknown: Denis Healey
Unknown: Denis Healey

: News Extra

with David Tindall ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: David Tindall

: Closedown









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