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: Play School

Story: Bits and Pieces goes to Pudding Lane by FRANCES LINDSAY Guest storyteller Sam Kydd Presenters
SARAH LONG , DON SPENCER

Contributors

Unknown: Frances Lindsay
Unknown: Sam Kydd
Presenters: Sarah Long
Unknown: Don Spencer

: Closedown

: Open University

(5.50-6.15 Closedown)

(6.40-7.5 Closedown)

: News Summary

Weather

: Cardus ...

On Cricket
In 1902 Sir Neville Cardus saw Victor Trumper score a century before lunch. Seventy years later his interest in cricket is undiminished. In this conversation with JOHN ARLOTT he recalls the many great cricketers he has seen and reflects on the present state of the game.
Designer PAUL MONTAGUE Director DAVID BROWN
Producer HAZEL LEWTHWAITE , (from Manchester)
27 September; Cardus On Music

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Neville Cardus
Unknown: Victor Trumper
Unknown: John Arlott
Designer: Paul Montague
Director: David Brown
Producer: Hazel Lewthwaite

: Europa

This month the two Germanys will become members of the United Nations. How the West Germans see their role in the future of world affairs, and particularly in relations with the Common Market and the Eastern bloc, will be looked at with film and comment from West Germany.
Introduced by Derek Hart

Contributors

Presenter: Derek Hart
Producer: Maryse Addison

: What's My Line?

Chairman David Jacobs Panel Isobel Barnett Kenneth Williams William Franklyn and Anna Quayle and a guest celebrity
Devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAJf Director MICHAEL GOODWIN Producer ERNEST MAXIN

Contributors

Unknown: David Jacobs
Unknown: Isobel Barnett
Unknown: Kenneth Williams
Unknown: William Franklyn
Unknown: Anna Quayle
Unknown: Mark Goodson
Director: Michael Goodwin
Producer: Ernest Maxin

: Controversy

Herman Kahn argues that
Boom is more likely than Doom
What are the prospects for mankind? Are we heading for doom on a planet poisoned by pollution, gutted of resources, over-populated and starving -or are we on the verge of universal prosperity? A reassuring answer comes from HERMAN KAHN , the world's most influential' futurologist '. He runs the Hudson Institute, a scientific ' think tank ' near New York, and is adviser to the governments of the United States, France and Japan. His latest prediction is staggeringly optimistic: given ' moderately reasonable behaviour,' by the 21st century a world population of 40 billions could be enjoying an income of £4,000 per head - the present us average. All this can be achieved by using present technology. As for resources and energy, there will always be enough: the world is not a ' fixed bowl' but an ever-expanding one ...
HERMAN KAHN argues his case in the theatre of the Royal Institution, London, with: Andrew Shonfield , Director, Royal Insti tute for International Affairs; Dr E. Fritz Schumacher , former chief economist to the National Coal Board; Kenneth Mellanby , Director, Nature Conservancy's Monks Wood Experimental Station; and an invited audience Chairman
Professor Sir George Porter
Director BRIAN JOHNSON
Producer DOMINIC FLESSATI

Contributors

Unknown: Herman Kahn
Unknown: Herman Kahn
Unknown: Herman Kahn
Unknown: Andrew Shonfield
Director: Royal Insti
Unknown: Dr E. Fritz SchumacHer
Unknown: Kenneth Mellanby
Unknown: Sir George Porter
Director: Brian Johnson
Producer: Dominic Flessati

: Then and Now

Six new plays showing the work of women writers, three set in the 30s and three in the 70s. This week: The 70s Equal Terms by JILL HYEM
Friendship with a client requires more than just a few conventional gestures, as a newly appointed social worker finds out. It can only begin on equal terms ...
Script editor ROBERT BUCKLER Designer MARTIN COLLINS Producer TIM ASPINALL
Director RICHARD MARTIN

Contributors

Editor: Robert Buckler
Designer: Martin Collins
Producer: Tim Aspinall
Director: Richard Martin

: News Extra

with John Edmunds; Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: John Edmunds

: Closedown









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