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: Play School

Story: Sam's Song of the Road by PETER CHARLTON Guest storyteller Rick Jones Presenters
CAROL CHELL , JOHNNY BALL

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Charlton
Unknown: Rick Jones
Unknown: Carol Chell

: Closedown

: Open University

: Take Another Look

It's a Crystal Crystal World
Through the medium of crystals, nature has created its own unique style of architecture and kinetic art.
Narrator ERIC THOMPSON

Contributors

Narrator: Eric Thompson

: Interval

: Open University

: Their World

A new film series about animal behaviour and survival. 6: Tracking
The reading of animal tracks and signs was second nature to early hunting man. Now it is a forgotten skill. Yet it can be a vital source of information when you are studying wild animals. Narrator HUGH FALKUS
Scientific editor
PROFESSOR NIKO TINBERGEN
Presented by CHRISTOPHER PARSONS (from Bristoi)

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Niko Tinbergen
Presented By: Christopher Parsons

: Europa

We reject female pilots on principle because passengers want a man with the image of a hero. So says one leading airline company according to a West German report. It is just one of many reasons which bar women from traditional male strongholds. Yet the traditional role of the glamorous female has been successfully encroached upon by international coverboys.
Two reports from West German television.
Introduced by DEREK HART
Producer MARYSE ADDISON

Contributors

Introduced By: Derek Hart
Producer: Maryse Addison

: Bel-Ami

by GUY DE MAUPASSANT dramatised in five parts by ROBERT MULLER
Georges is now employed on La Vie Fran├žaise and his first article has been published. Clotilde is now his mistress and her daughter has dubbed him ' Bel-Ami.'
2: Clotilde
Cast in order of appearance
Dancers, acrobats, jugglers:
ELIZABETH BERKELEY, UNITY GRIM-WOOD, LAURETTA KERR, JACQUI LETHERBY, ELIZABETH STEVENSON , KAY ZIMMERMAN , TED DURANTE , REUBIN MARTIN , JOHNNY LAMONTE and BILLY THOMPSON
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Director JOHN DAVIES

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Muller
Unknown: Elizabeth Stevenson
Unknown: Kay Zimmerman
Unknown: Ted Durante
Unknown: Reubin Martin
Unknown: Johnny Lamonte
Unknown: Billy Thompson
Producer: Martin Lisemore
Director: John Davies
Georges Duroy: Robin Ellis
Clotilde: Elvi Hale
Norbert de Varenne: Peter Sallis
Jacques Rival: Garfield Morgan
Tattle: Arthur Pentelow
Boisrenard: Robert Sansom
M Walter: John Bryans
Charles Forestier: James Cossins
Rachel: Mitzi Rogers
Foucart: Terry Wright
Madeleine: Suzanne Neve
Manservant: Maurice Quick
Mme Walter: Margaret Courtenay
M Laroche-Mathieu: Michael Gover
M de Marelle: Clifford Parrish
Langremont: Harry Davis
Doctor: Geoffrey Lewis

: Times Remembered

ESTHER RANTZEN talks to
Margojatka: this week the story of a lady whose name is being kept secret: she fears reprisals to friends left behind in Poland. As a welfare official she smuggled' gold into Poland to pay for guides escorting resistance leaders into Germany to testify at the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials.
Director JIM MURRAY

Contributors

Talks: Esther Rantzen
Director: Jim Murray

: Horizon

What Time is Your Body?
Why is a man at his sexiest at seven in the morning? Why do we get drunker at lunchtime than dinner? The answer - Body Time. Recent research suggests that man possesses a series of internal ' biological clocks ' which control most of his physical and mental functions. As we no longer live a ' 'normal' life it is becoming increasingly important to health and happiness to know where they are located and how they work, that if we are driving or working late at night, 4 am is the danger hour: our temperature is lowest, we're at our least efficient and most prone to accidents.
The investigation of Body Time is one of the most intriguing frontiers of science.
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Film editor TED WALTER Editor BRUCE NORMAN
Producer DOMINIC FLESSATI

Contributors

Editor: Ted Walter
Editor: Bruce Norman
Producer: Dominic Flessati

: Oscar Peterson Trio

In Concert with louis HAYES
(drums), NIELS-HENNUIG OERSTED PEDERSON (bass)
Producer STANLEY DORFMAN
(Oscar Peterson appears by arrangement with Harold Davison )

Contributors

Bass: Niels-Hennuig Oersted Pederson
Producer: Stanley Dorfman
Unknown: Oscar Peterson
Unknown: Harold Davison

: An Arrow for Little Audrey

by BRIAN FINCH
Chuck and Vinty have thrown darts with the best of them, but why is Vinty so quiet tonight?
Producer DAVID ROSE
Director PAUL CIAPPESSONI

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Finch
Producer: David Rose
Director: Paul Ciappessoni
Vinty: Eric Allan
Chuck: Geoffrey Hughes
Tom: Arthur Yarwood
Bill: Tommy Ball
Fred: Anthony Sagar
Jonty: Joe Holmes
Audrey: Sheila Fearn

: News Extra

with David Tindall ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: David Tindall

: Real Time

Michael Dean surveys the week's TV output and invites others to assess its achievements and effect
Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT

Contributors

Producer: Philip Speight

: Closedown









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