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: Play School

Story: The Line who caught Bumps by JUDY WHITFIELD Presenters
JULIE STEVENS , LIONEL MORTON

Contributors

Unknown: Judy Whitfield
Presenters: Julie Stevens
Unknown: Lionel Morton

: Closedown

: International Show Jumping

from the AH England Jumping Course, Hickstead, Sussex
The featured class, on this the opening day of the August meeting, is
The Wills Castella Stakes

: Open University

: Betjeman in Australia

Pomp and Circumstance
In the second programme of the series Sir John Betjeman concentrates on the grandiose public buildings of Melbourne with its fine Houses of Parliament and Botanic Gardens, and of Sydney with its early Victorian Barracks and impressive ANZAC memorial. But behind and beyond, there is always the other Australia, ' alarming and enormous, a crackling golden landscape.'
Film editor CLAIRE DOUGLAS
Producer MARGARET MCCALL

Contributors

Unknown: Sir John Betjeman
Editor: Claire Douglas
Producer: Margaret McCall

: The Advisers

A documentary series of six stories in which advisers set out to solve other people's problems. 5: The Election Agent
Four strong candidates fought the Dundee by-election in March. The Conservatives, the Socialists, the Liberals and the Scottish Nationalists all had high hopes that their man would take his seat at Westminster.
The Conservative candidate was LORD PROVOST FITZGERALD. His chief adviser in the run-up to polling day was a young political scientist called JOHN BERRIDGE. This film is the story of the Conservatives' campaign - of the evolving election strategy that was finally put to the test at the poll.
Film editor ANDREW GOSLING
Written and produced by ROGER MILLS Director ALAN BELL

Contributors

Unknown: John Berridge.
Editor: Andrew Gosling
Produced By: Roger Mills
Director: Alan Bell

: A Pin to See the Peepshow

by JESSE F. TENNYSON : dramatised in four parts by ELAINE MORGAN
4: Julia and her lover Leonard have reached the climax of their tragedy with his murderous attack on her husband.
With JOHN CAZABON , MICHAEL GUEST DEDDIE DAVIES , DENIS MCCARTHY
Music arranged and played by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Designer PAUL ALLEN Producer REX TUCKER
Director RAYMOND MENMUIR

Contributors

Unknown: Jesse F. Tennyson
Unknown: Elaine Morgan
Unknown: John Cazabon
Unknown: Michael Guest
Unknown: Deddie Davies
Unknown: Denis McCarthy
Played By: Dudley Simpson
Editor: Lennox Phillips
Designer: Paul Allen
Producer: Rex Tucker
Director: Raymond Menmuir
Julia Starling: Francesca Annis
Herbert Starling: Bernard Hepton
Williams: John Rapley
Policeman: Frank Jarvis
Doctor: Michael Rose
Police Inspector: Victor Brooks
Leonard Carr: John Duttine
Withers: Anthony Sharp
Nellie: Anita Sharp Bolster
Gipsy Danvers: Charlotte Howard
Crown Counsel: Kenneth Benda
Julia's Counsel: Anthony Roye
Policeman in Court: Michael Earl
Mrs Carr: Maryann Turner
Leonard's Counsel: Terence Brook
Bertha: Georgine Anderson
Emily: Sylvia Barter
Judge: Christopher Banks
Miss Paramore: Sonia Graham
Miss Quint: Hilary Sesta
Lady Supt: Una Brandon-Jones
Anne Ackroyd: Petronella Barker
Mr's Almond: Mary Chester

: Controversy

Professor Christiaan Barnard argues that: Heart Transplants should be resumed
Professor Barnard is one of only two surgeons in the world who have continued to perform heart transplants since the first great wave of 1968 died away in an atmosphere of failure and recrimination; the other is Dr Norman Shumway in the USA.
In Britain the Department of Health recently advised surgeons not to do heart transplants until the results are better. Professor Barnard believes this policy is wrong. He argues his case in the theatre of the Royal Institution, London, with Mr Leon Abrams, cardio-thoracic surgeon, Dr James Mowbray, immunologist, Dr Celia Oakley, cardiologist Shirley Williams, MP and an invited audience
Chairman Professor Sir George Porter
Director DON SAYER
Producer DOMINIC flessati
Heart of the matter: page 4

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Christiaan Barnard
Unknown: Dr Norman Shumway
Unknown: Mr Leon Abrams
Unknown: Dr James Mowbray
Unknown: Dr Celia Oakley
Unknown: Shirley Williams
Unknown: Sir George Porter
Director: Don Sayer

: Under the Age

by E. A. WHITEHEAD
Another chance to see this award-winning dramatist's first TV play Mike and Jack are out for a good time. Susie, the barman, has a few suggestions ...
Producer DAVID ROSE
Director ALAN CLARKE (Birmingham)

Contributors

Unknown: E. A. Whitehead
Director: Alan Clarke
Susie: Paul Angelis
Mike: Michael Angelis
Jack: Stephen Bent
The Boy: David Lincoln
Alice: Rosalind Elliot
Sandra: Sylvia Brayshay

: News Extra

with John Edmunds ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: John Edmunds

: Closedown









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