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: Play School

Story: Swimmy. written and illustrated by LEO UONNI Presenters
JULIE STEVENS , DON SPENCER

Contributors

Illustrated By: Leo Uonni
Unknown: Julie Stevens
Unknown: Don Spencer

: Closedown

: Open University

5.25 Applied Maths

5.50 The Steam Locomotive

6.15 King Lear: The Fool

6.40 Industrialisation and Culture

: Planning - for People?

A series of five programmes 2: The Way to Change?
In the 1860s Sir Titus Salt, the Yorkshire industrialist, set up a model village around his mill near the fast-growing town of Bradford.
Narrator DEREK COOPER
Producer GORDON CROTON

Contributors

Narrator: Derek Cooper

: Newsday

with Robin Day
Every weekday evening brings you the News Summary and questions to a leading personality or expert behind the headlines. Preceded by Weather

: Getaway

A programme for enthusiasts We Always Race 'em Hungry
Tonight author and animal lover Phil Drabble goes to the Loweswater and Brackenthwaite Annual Show to see what explains the passionate interest of Lake District people in hound trailing.
A thousand enthusiasts stand in the rain of an autumn day to watch 20 hounds race each other over a mountain trail of aniseed for a top prize of £10. Is the strength of the sport the betting, a liking for dogs, or the urge to breed a winner whatever the cost?
Director PETER CLEAVER Producer TONY SALMON Editor BRIAN ROBINS

Contributors

Unknown: Phil Drabble
Director: Peter Cleaver
Editor: Brian Robins

: One Pair of Eyes

In this series of highly personal films, Eric Newby, writer and traveller, says:
I didn't know life would be like this!
Adventure, travel, the challenge of the unpredictable: these are the ingredients of ERIC NEWBY'S life. As a boy he sailed round the world, apprentice on the last of the four-masted sailing ships carrying grain from Australia. He has climbed mountains in Nuristan, canoed down uncharted rivers with Red Indians in Canada, and travelled to every part of the world.
In this film Eric Newby looks back not too seriously at some of the adventures in his extraordinary life. With the aid of many of his own photographs of his travels, he expresses his belief that to make the most of life one must grasp the opportunities it offers - not only in distant places but close to home and around us.
Photography JOHN HOOPER
Film editor HOWARD BILLNGHAM Producer MALCOLM BROWN Director MISCHA SCORER

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Newby
Unknown: Eric Newby
Unknown: Eric Newby
Unknown: John Hooper
Editor: Howard Billngham
Producer: Malcolm Brown
Director: Mischa Scorer

: Colour My Soul

with Midweek Music starring Jimmy Helms with Madeline Bell
Firm friends with fine voices: they're both together again giving a performance in front of a live audience at Caesar's Palace, Luton.
Musical director KENNY WOODMAN Lighting SAM BRANTER
Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE , PETER FRESHNEY Producer MICHAEL BEGG

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Helms
Unknown: Madeline Bell
Unknown: Chris Holcombe
Producer: Michael Begg

: The Frost Interview

Politics - confrontation - enquiry - revelation reminiscence - sport - humour.
Who will be the man or woman who comes face to face with David Frost ?
Director MIKE CATHERWOOD
Assistant producer BARBARA MAXWELL Producer iain JOHNSTONE

Contributors

Unknown: David Frost
Director: Mike Catherwood
Producer: Barbara Maxwell
Producer: Iain Johnstone

: Microbes and Men

5: The Tuberculin Affair by MARTIN WORTH
1890: Germany is host to an international congress of doctors. Pressure is on Koch, working on a cure for tuberculosis, to produce results to surpass the French success with rabies.
With ROY WILSON , JOHN RAPLEY
Producer PETER GOODCHILD Director SIMON LANGTON

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Worth
Unknown: Roy Wilson
Unknown: John Rapley
Producer: Peter Goodchild
Director: Simon Langton
Robert Koch: James Grout
Paul Ehrlich: Milo O'Shea
Emil Behring: David Swift
Von Gossler: Geoffrey Toone
Emmy Koch: Patricia Heneghan
Bergmann: Charles Morgan
Virchow: Frank Gatliff
Hedwig Freiburg: Cheryl Murray
Libbertz: Peter Wickham
Kitasato: Ronald Eng
Hotel doctor: David Butler
Factory manager: Alistair Hunter
Woman patient: Jante Walker
Gertrude Koch: Anita Finch

: Where We Live

5: Belfast. Childhood means many things in the Falls Road. But it also means The Troubles.
Director DIANA LASHMORE

Contributors

Director: Diana Lashmore

: News Extra

David Holmes ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: David Holmes

: Closedown

GARY WATSON reads Executive by JOHN BETJEMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Gary Watson
Unknown: John Betjeman

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