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: Play School

Today's story: "Mrs Mopple's Washing Line" by Anita Hewett
Illustrations Robert Broomfield

(Colour)

Contributors

Author (Mrs Mopple's Washing Line): Anita Hewett
Illustrator (Mrs Mopple's Washing Line): Robert Broomfield
Presenter: Julie Stevens
Presenter: Johnny Silvo
Pianist: William Blezard
Double bass: Dave Moses
Designer: Fiona Comrie
Scriptwriter: Chris Bedloe
Director: Carole Ward
Producer: Peter Ridsdale Scott
Executive Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Wimbledon 1973

The Lawn Tennis Championships
Action, news and personalities direct from the All England Club.

: Gardeners' World

with Percy Thrower from Clacks Farm, Ombersley, Worcestershire
This week Percy Thrower deals with vegetables and, in particular, successional sowings and plantings to ensure crops throughout the season.
(from Birmingham)
Percy Thrower's Guide to Gardeners' World, 50p: see page 66

Contributors

Presenter: Percy Thrower
Producer: Bill Duncalf

: Money at Work: Business as Usual?

While bombs explode, Northern Ireland has been trying to run business as usual - or even better than usual. Like all remote regions, Ulster has an economic problem: old industries are running down - new industries need investment from outside. The Government have offered tempting bait - up to 70 per cent of the first cost of creating factories in Northern Ireland. And it has worked - with new plant Ulster's industrial production is growing at twice Britain's rate.
But is that enough for Ulster, or, with subsidies of £200 a head for every man, woman and child, is it too much for the taxpayer?
Presented by Brian Widlake and Keith Kyle, Paul Griffiths, David Taylor with Robert McKenzie

Contributors

Presenter: Brian Widlake
Presenter: Keith Kyle
Presenter: Paul Griffiths
Presenter: David Taylor
Reporter: Robert McKenzie
Producer: Peter Dunkley
Editor: John Dekker

: World Cinema: Jean Vigo

A short season featuring films of Jean Vigo, one of the most brilliant and revolutionary directors in film history.

A Propos de Nice
Vigo's first film is a portrait of the city of Nice, its people, its casino, its carnival - and its graveyards. The young director was an admirer of early Soviet film-making and its technique of 'Kino-Eye.' His camera restlessly explores Nice, 'a city of pleasure, haunted by death.'

Zero de Conduite
Based largely on Vigo's own experiences as a pupil in two provincial boarding schools. Zero de Conduite remains a definitive statement on school life and the nature of authority. By turns a hilarious satire and a bitter indictment of the school system, the film has been the subject of controversy since it was released (and immediately banned) in France 40 years ago. Its unique quality of dreamlike fantasy has influenced countless directors.

This Week's Films: page 9

Contributors

Music: Maurice Jaubert
Director of photography: Boris Kaufman
Writer/Director/Producer: Jean Vigo
Caussat: Louis Lefevre
Colin: Gilbert Pluchon
Tabard: Gerard de Bedarieux
Bruel: Constantin Goldstein-Kehler
Huguet: Jean Daste
M Parrain: Robert Le Flon

: Match of the Day: The Lawn Tennis Championships

from Wimbledon
Recorded highlights of today's outstanding match on the fifth day's play at the All England Club.
Jack Kramer comments on the action which is introduced by Harry Carpenter

(Television coverage of Wimbledon resumes tomorrow with Grandstand from Wimbledon, 1.15 pm BBC1)
(Colour)

Contributors

Commentator: Jack Kramer
Presenter: Harry Carpenter
Presented by: Huw Jones
Presented by: Roy Norton
Presented by: Paul Lang
Executive Producer: A.P. Wilkinson

: News Extra

with Richard Whitmore
Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Richard Whitmore

: Closedown









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