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: Play School

Story: A Shadow Story by JUDY WHITFIELD Presenters
CAROL CHELL. RAY C. DAVIS

Contributors

Story By: Judy Whitfield
Presenters: Carol Chell.
Unknown: Ray C. Davis

: Closedown

: Training for Work

9: The Conflict
Who got the tea? And who got the compensation? The pay-off in the Controlled Pace Negotiation exercise started last week.
Director BRIAN DAVIES
Producer MICHAEL GARROD Book 80p: page 62

Contributors

Director: Brian Davies
Producer: Michael Garrod

: Closedown

: Sixteen Plus

The first of two programmes for teachers of further education. Getting Across
Two teachers who appear to be involving their students and one who admits to failing.
Producer DAVID ALLEN

Contributors

Producer: David Allen

: Dewch i Siarad

Let's Speak Welsh: Programme 7
Producer WYNNE LLOYD

Contributors

Producer: Wynne Lloyd

: Opinion: Cardiff

' We have noted some anxiety among non-Welsh speakers that the fostering of the Welsh language could lead to discrimination against them.'
(Kilbrandon Report, October 1973) Who are the Welsh speakers and what do they want for their country? MICHAEL DEAN talks to some of them and to others who fear their new found strength.
Director TOM CORCORAN Producer PETER CARit

Contributors

Director: Tom Corcoran
Producer: Peter Carit

: Europa

Of the three Scandinavian countries, only Denmark joined the Common Market. Now after a year. a neighbour, Sweden, asks if the Danes got a good deal and if the Swedes were right to stay out. Tonight's Swedish TV film entitled ' On Tuesday We Wake Up' (the Danes voted for entry on a Monday) suggests that, instead of her enthusiastic dreams, Denmark has been left with broken illusions and rising prices.
DEREK HART , in Copenhagen, asks the Danes what they think.
Producer MARYSE addison

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Hart

: The Golden Bowl

by HENRY JAMES : dramatised in six parts by JACK PULMAN , starring
Maggie has begun to feel uneasy about her father's marriage and her own. She decides to try to avert the danger she senses.
5: Maggie
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE
Director JAMES CELLAN JONES

Contributors

Unknown: Henry James
Unknown: Jack Pulman
Producer: Martin Lisemore
Director: James Cellan
Bob Assingham: Cyril Cusack
Prince Amerigo: Daniel Massey
Charlotte: Gayle Hunnicutt
Adam Verver: Barry Morse
Maggie: Jill Townsend
Fanny: Kathleen Byron
Principino: Olivier Harari
Lord Castledean: Angus MacKay
Lady Castledean: Anna Fox
Mrs Noble: Marguerite Young
Shopkeeper: Carl Bernard

: Now and Then

with Robert Erskine The Land Between
The alien world of Central America reveals its personality.
Producer BETTY WHITE ‡

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Erskine

: Show of the Week: Mantovani

and his Concert Orchestra
A wide range of music with a freshness of interpretation. leader WILLIAM ARMON
Guest artists The King's Singers
Musical associate DENNIS WILSON
Designers ROBERT MACGOWAN , SPENCER BUTLER Producer JOHN STREET

Contributors

Leader: William Armon
Unknown: Dennis Wilson
Unknown: Designers Robert MacGowan
Unknown: Spencer Butler
Producer: John Street

: The Ascent of Man

Another chance to see this personal view by J. Bronowski 4: The Hidden Structure
Fire and flame are the elements of magic and of science as DR BRONOWSKI examines Man's probing of the hidden structure below the visible world. The beginnings of chemistry; from the techniques of ancient metallurgy, the casting of the great Shang bronzes of China and the ritual forging of the Samurai swords.
Producer DICK GILLlNG
Series editor ADRIAN MALONE

Contributors

Unknown: J. Bronowski
Editor: Adrian Malone

: News Extra

Presented by David Holmes with Peter Dorling ; Weather

Contributors

Presented By: David Holmes
Unknown: Peter Dorling

: Real Time

Chris Dunkley examines the world of television.
Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Dunkley
Producer: Philip Speight

: Closedown









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