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: Play School

Story:
Rooster Sets out to See the World Written and illustrated by ERIC CARLE Presenters
DIANE DORGAN , FRED HARRIS

Contributors

Illustrated By: Eric Carle
Presenters: Diane Dorgan
Illustrated By: Fred Harris

: Closedown

: One-day Cricket

England v
West Indies for the Prudential Trophy direct from Headingley

: Open University

: One-day Cricket

England v
West Indies for the Prudential Trophy The closing overs

: News Summary

Weather

: Music Makers

David Attenborough in conversation with musicians,
Tonight, in the last programme in the series, he talks to the conductor, harpsichordist and scholar Raymond Leppard , who among his many other activities has done so much to revive performances of early Italian opera.
Director ROY TIPPING
Producer WALTER TODDS

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: Raymond Leppard
Producer: Walter Todds

: Man Alive

Reporters JEREMY JAMES
JEANNE LA CHARD , JOHN PITMAN JACK PIZZEY , DESMOND WILCOX HAROLD WILLIAMSON
This week: Plimpton: The Man on the Flying Trapeze
GEORGE PLIMPTON Is an amateur of many worlds. He has played a bit-part in a John Wayne movie and is familiar to American viewers for his have-a-go-at-anything approach. Tonight Man Alive hands over to Plimpton as he joins a trapeze act with a travelling circus.
After ten days' training George Plimpton , in a packed big top, has a go on the flying trapeze.
Producer WILLIAM KRONICK Editor ADAM CLAPHAM

Contributors

Reporters: Jeremy James
Unknown: Jeanne La Chard
Unknown: John Pitman
Unknown: Jack Pizzey
Unknown: Desmond Wilcox
Unknown: Harold Williamson
Unknown: George Plimpton
Unknown: John Wayne
Unknown: George Plimpton
Producer: William Kronick

: Times Remembered

GORDON SNELL talks to Sir Frederic Osborn
New towns give people better living conditions nearer their work. They owe much to the pioneers of the Garden City movement. SIR FREDERIC OSBORN became one of the first of a new profession, the Town Planner; in 1920 he established Welwyn Garden City.
Producer RICHARD THOMAS

Contributors

Talks: Gordon Snell
Unknown: Sir Frederic Osborn
Unknown: Sir Frederic Osborn
Producer: Richard Thomas

: Midweek Cinema: Alex in Wonderland

starring Donald Sutherland
Alex Morrison has directed his first film - even before its opening the word is out: it's a smash. But his problem is what subject shall he choose for his next film? The choice is limitless, for the world he- lives in, the world his head is in, is far more fantastic than any that Lewis Carroll 's Alice encountered.
Director PAUL MAZURSKY
This Week's Films: page 9

Contributors

Unknown: Donald Sutherland
Unknown: Alex Morrison
Unknown: Lewis Carroll
Director: Paul Mazursky
Alex: Donald Sutherland
Beth: M Ellen Burstyn
Amy: Meg Mazursky
Nancy: Glenna Sergent
Mother: Viola Spolin
Andre: M Andre Philippe
Leo: Michael Lerner
Jane: Joan Delaney
Hal Stern: Paul Mazursky
Bernie Leavitt: Marvin Walkenstein
Themselves: Federico Fellini
THEMSELVES: Jeanne Moreau

: Film Night

' You can dance with film like a painting'
Today underground films are being seen by a wider audience. The current Festival of Avant-Garde and Independent Film-makers at London's National Film Theatre features the work of 80 directors, and next Sunday the New Cinema Club are showing several short films by the former painter Gunvor Nelson.
Philip Jenkinson talks to miss NELSON and shows extracts from her films including
My Name is Oona, Moons Pool, Schmeerguntz, and Take Off.
Producer BARRY BROWN
Executive producer MIKE FENTIMAN Philip Jenkinson : page 9

Contributors

Unknown: Gunvor Nelson.
Talks: Philip Jenkinson
Producer: Barry Brown
Producer: Mike Fentiman
Producer: Philip Jenkinson

: News Extra

with John Edmunds Weather

Contributors

Unknown: John Edmunds

: Closedown









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