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: Play School

Story: Mrs Cluckabiddy Saves the Day by STEPHEN WEAVER
Illustrations by MINA MARTINEZ
Guest storyteller Percy Edwards Presenters
DIANE DORGAN , LIONEL MORTON

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Weaver
Illustrations By: Mina Martinez
Unknown: Percy Edwards
Unknown: Diane Dorgan
Unknown: Lionel Morton

: Closedown

: Training for Work

Introduced by GEOFFREY MORRIS 7: The Interview
Director BRIAN DAVIES
Producer MICHAEL GARROD Book 80p: page 90

Contributors

Introduced By: Geoffrey Morris
Director: Brian Davies
Producer: Michael Garrod

: Closedown

: Dewch i Siarad

Let's Speak Welsh: Programme 5
Producer WYNNE LLOYD

Contributors

Producer: Wynne Lloyd

: Opinion

People Against the Planners
3: York -participation or protest? The York 2,000 Group was formed to fight the Corporation's plans to build an inner ring-road for the city. Its members await a public enquiry's verdict. MICHAEL DEAN learns how they presented their case and examines the implication for city planning. Producer PETER CARR

Contributors

Producer: Peter Carr

: Europa

Chunnel or no Chunnel?
Ever since 1802 when Napoleon was presented with the plans for a candlelit carriageway under the Channel, the tunnel project has been talked about, dreamt of, disputed, ridiculed and, mainly from our side -mistrusted. At the time when Paris and London are once again discussing the question, French TV looks back on the incredible story of an idea which has survived over 150 years.
' The past is important,' the French reporter says, ' as only then can one understand the deep-rooted reservations the British have towards this kind of link with the continent.'
Film from Lille Television
Introduced by DEREK HART Producer MARYSE ADDISON

Contributors

Introduced By: Derek Hart
Producer: Maryse Addison

: The Golden Bowl

by HENRY JAMES : dramatised in six parts by JACK PULMAN , starring Cyril Cusack as Bob Assingham
Daniel Massey as Prince Amerigo Gayle Hunnicutt as Charlotte Barry Morse as Adam Verver Jill Townsend as Maggie Kathleen Byron as Fanny
Charlotte, Maggie's dearest friend, has married Mr Verver. The two couples have settled into their houses in London and spend much time in each other's company.
3: Charlotte
Producer MARTIN lisemore
Director JAMES CEI.LAN JONES

Contributors

Unknown: Henry James
Unknown: Jack Pulman
Unknown: Cyril Cusack
Unknown: Bob Assingham
Unknown: Daniel Massey
Unknown: Prince Amerigo Gayle Hunnicutt
Unknown: Adam Verver
Unknown: Jill Townsend
Unknown: Maggie Kathleen Byron
Unknown: Mr Verver.
Producer: Martin Lisemore
Director: James Cei.Lan Jones
Secretary: Henry Goodman
Sir John Brinder: Donald Gray

: Now and Then

with Robert Erskine The Art that Works
French elegance contrasts with British sturdiness in the architecture of motion.
Producer betty whiti

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Erskine

: Show of the Week: Mantovani

and his Concert Orchestra again bringing a wide range of music with a freshness of interpretation which makes the Mantovani Sound unique. leader WILLIAM armon
Guest artist Stuart Gillies featuring NATALIE SHAW
' Digity Rabbit' presented by ROGER STEVENSON PUPPETS
Musical associate DENNIS WILSON
Vocal backing MIKE SAMMES SINGERS Designers
ROBERT MACGOWAN , SPENCER BUTLER ProducerJOHN STREET

Contributors

Leader: William Armon
Artist: Stuart Gillies
Unknown: Natalie Shaw
Presented By: Roger Stevenson Puppets
Unknown: Dennis Wilson
Unknown: Robert MacGowan
Unknown: Spencer Butler
Producer: John Street

: The Ascent of Man

Another chance to see this personal view by J. Bronowski 2: The Harvest of the Seasons
DR bronowski begins the second programme with the Long Spring at the end of the Ice Age. As the ice retreats and the land flowers, Man the hunter turns to agriculture, domesticating plant and animal, imposing his will on the wild wheat and the horse. In the bitter conflict between the settled farmer and the mounted warrior, Dr Bronowski discovers the intellectual roots of war, and shows how even the descendants of the mightiest warrior of all, Ghengis Khan , were compelled to settle.
Producer DICK GILLING
Series editor ADRIAN MALONE
Fully illustrated book, available lrom booksellers, price 14.75

Contributors

Unknown: J. Bronowski
Unknown: Ghengis Khan
Producer: Dick Gilling
Editor: Adrian Malone

: News Extra

Presented by David Holmes with Peter Dorling ; Weather

Contributors

Presented By: David Holmes
Unknown: Peter Dorling

: Real Time

Television coverage yesterday of the Royal Wedding represented the biggest outside broadcast operation British television has ever mounted. During the ' rehearsal ' on Tuesday and early on the day of the wedding, Real Time observed the cameras, directors, commentators and engineers in Westminster Abbey, along the procession route and in a studio at Television Centre which was the nerve-centre for the whole operation.
Introduced by Chris Dunkley
Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT

Contributors

Introduced By: Chris Dunkley
Producer: Philip Speight

: Closedown









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