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: Play School

Story: The Hare and the Tortoise Adapted by HELEN PALMER
Illustrated by LAURENCE HENRY Presenters this week:
Miranda Connell , Don Spencer

Contributors

Adapted By: Helen Palmer
Illustrated By: Laurence Henry
Unknown: Miranda Connell
Unknown: Don Spencer

: Closedown

: Man at Work

Dispute: Part 2
Introduced by PATRICK O'BRIEN

Contributors

Introduced By: Patrick O'Brien

: Closedown

: Life in the Nine

5: A Job across the Channel?
In theory you can now apply for jobs anywhere in the Common Market-how do you do it and what are the snags?
Narrator JOHN TIMPSON
Producer PETER RIDING

Contributors

Narrator: John Timpson
Producer: Peter Riding

: News Summary

Weather

: Top Crown

Champions of Crown Green Bowling compete for the BBC2 Masters Trophy Fourth Quarter-final
Denis Mercer (Cheshire) v Roy Armson (Cheshire)
Mercer won the British Crown Green Merit and the Cheshire Championship in 1972. Armson won the Trophy in 1969. Introduced by STUART HALL from the Waterloo Hotel, Blackpool Commentator HARRY RIGBY
Presented by NICK HUNTER
Series producer RAY LAKELAND

Contributors

Unknown: Denis Mercer
Introduced By: Stuart Hall
Commentator: Harry Rigby
Presented By: Nick Hunter

: Alias Smith and Jones

starring Ben Murphy as Jones and Roger Davis as Smith with guest stars Burl Ives
Katy Jurado , Cesar Romero The McCreedy Feud
Big Mac McCreedy decides to settle his long-standing feud with rich Mexican rancher, Armendariz. Or rather, he hires Smith and Jones to do it for him.

Contributors

Unknown: Ben Murphy
Unknown: Roger Davis
Unknown: Burl Ives
Unknown: Katy Jurado
Unknown: Cesar Romero

: Call My Bluff

A duel of words and wit between Patrick Campbell
Joyce Hopkirk , Gordon Jackson and Frank Muir
Fiona Lewis , Sir John Betjeman Referee Robert Robinson
Call My Bluff devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN Director PEGGY WALKER
I Producer JOHNNY DOWNES (Mancuesier) I Mot much flesh: page 5

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Campbell
Unknown: Joyce Hopkirk
Unknown: Gordon Jackson
Unknown: Frank Muir
Unknown: Fiona Lewis
Unknown: Sir John Betjeman
Unknown: Robert Robinson
Unknown: Mark Goodson
Unknown: Bill Todman
Director: Peggy Walker
Producer: Johnny Downes

: Horizon

An Element of Mystery
Mercury - panacea or poison? Horizon looks at the sources, uses and properties of this unique metal, the only one to remain liquid at room temperature, and examines its role in modern society.
Most of the world's mercury supply is produced, as it has been for centuries, in Almaden - a tiny town in Spain, where the metal drips from the rock in underground mines. But do we use it safely? If mercury vapour killed Charles II, what chance have we with our teeth full of mercury-based amalgam and the metal's use in the manufacture of margarine, cleaning fluids and thermometers, as well as widespread use in industry?
This programme tells the truth behind the mercury-in-tuna-fish scare, and shows how a recent piece of scientific detective work could save the lives of thousands. Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Editor BRUCE NORMAN
Producer simon CAMPBELL-JONES

Contributors

Narrator: Paul Vaughan
Editor: Bruce Norman
Producer: Simon Campbell-Jones

: They Don't All Open Men's Boutiques

by WILLIS HALL
Another chance to see this Thirty-Minute Theatre comedy.
Wilf Hardiman manages a losing team. But his faith is boundless ... it has to be.
The Team:
It was marvellously junny ... but real as well . THE TIMES Designer TIM HARVEY Producer ANNE HEAD
Director HERBERT WISE

Contributors

Unknown: Wilf Hardiman
Designer: Tim Harvey
Producer: Anne Head
Director: Herbert Wise
The Manager: Derek Newark
Crunch: David Hill
Jericho: John Lyons
Sedgwick: Don Hawkins
Wilkins: Rayner Bourton
Roger: William Victor
Eddie: Johnny Wade
and STUART MCGUGAN,: Ian Yardley
ANDREW DEMPSEY,: Dicken Penny
ALAN LENOIRE,: Mick Llewellyn
Groundsman: John Dearth
Trainer: Alan Chuntz

: News Extra

Presented by David Holmes with Peter Dorling Weather

Contributors

Presented By: David Holmes
Unknown: Peter Dorling

: Open Door

The Gipsy Council
This week it a gipsy gathering on the camp side in Wandsworth, the Gipsy Council meets with fellow gipsies, friends, and non-sympathisers for discussion, ceremonies, songs and dancing.
Disastrous humau problem: pane 8

: Closedown









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