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: Play School

Story: Hippo, Potta and Muss written by BARBARA SOFTLY illustrated by TONY VEALE Presenters
CHLOE ASHCROFT , JOHNNY BALL
Woman's Hour reporter-fora-day Mrs Diana Walls pisits the Play School studio: 1.45 pm Radio 4

Contributors

Written By: Barbara Softly
Illustrated By: Tony Veale
Unknown: Chloe Ashcroft
Unknown: Mrs Diana Walls

: Closedown

: Early Years at School

4: Look, Janet, Look
Director CAROLINE PICK
Producer ROGER OWEN
Book (same title), 70p, from bookshops

Contributors

Producer: Roger Owen

: Newsday

including today's News Summary. Every Thursday evening
Robin Day's Newsday takes a longer look at one of the issues of the week with the people concerned.
Preceded by Weather

: The Pallisers: Part 25

based on the novels of ANTHONY TROLLOPE written for television in 26 parts by SIMON RAVEN starring Susan Hampshire, Philip Latham
Silverbridge, who is about to stand for Parliament, was rejected when he proposed to Mabel.
Subsequently he met Isabel Boncassen and Mabel viewed Isabel's effect on Silverbridge with concern.

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Raven
Unknown: Susan Hampshire
Unknown: Philip Latham

: A Girl's Best Friend

Christie's jewellery expert spends months every year in the United States where Americans are increasingly anxious to sell precious gems which they find too much of a responsibility to have and too dangerous to wear.
The gems are auctioned in Switzerland where European and Asian buyers acquire the valuables that Americans are too nervous to own.
Narrator MIKE WALLACE
Cameraman NORMAN LANGLET Producer JIM JACKSON

Contributors

Narrator: Mike Wallace
Narrator: Cameraman Norman Langlet
Producer: Jim Jackson

: Monty Python

Conceived, written, performed by Graham Chapman, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin
Also appearing Carol Cleveland, Peter Brett, Frank Lester, Bob E. Raymond, Stenson Falke

Contributors

Conceived, written, performed by: Graham Chapman
Conceived, written, performed by: Terry Gilliam
Conceived, written, performed by: Eric Idle
Conceived, written, performed by: Terry Jones
Conceived, written, performed by: Michael Palin
Actress: Carol Cleveland
Actor: Peter Brett
Actor: Frank Lester
Actor: Bob E. Raymond
Actor: Stenson Falke
Animations: Terry Gilliam
Make-up: Maggie Weston
Costume: Andrew Rose
Sound: Mike Jones
Lighting: Jimmy Purdie
Design: Robert Berk
Producer: Ian Macnaughton

Blog post that mentions this programme:

Kippers, Rats and Benzedrine Puff Adders - the story of Fawlty Towers 19 September 2017

: Show of the Week: The Complete Victor Borge

Six specially recorded shows in which Victor Borge , the brilliant Danish entertainer, performs some of his most famous routines and plays some of his favourite music - featured in this programme Inflationary Language. Orchestra conducted by RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Special arrangements dennis Wilson Designer jan spoczynski
Director ALAN BOYD. Producer james MONt

Contributors

Unknown: Victor Borge
Conducted By: Ronnie Hazlehurst
Unknown: Dennis Wilson
Designer: Jan Spoczynski
Director: Alan Boyd.

: Man Alive

Reporters: JEREMY JAMES
JEANNE LA CHARD, JOHN PITMAN JACK PIZZEY , DESMOND WILCOX HAROLD WILLIAMSON
This week: Sex Therapy' the Newest Profession'
Dr William Masters and his wife Virginia Johnson , the pioneers of sex therapy, estimate that 50 per cent of married couples in America have sex problems which could lead to divorce. In Britain there are no statistics but, say Masters and Johnson, ' even if it's only a tenth as high, you'd still have a major problem.'
Sex therapy is now big business in America. And since anybody can call themselves a sex therapist, clinics are mushrooming - much to the concern of reputable doctors who are worried about charlatans cashing in and causing more harm than good.
John Pitman reports on 'the newest profession' and asks what we can learn from the American experience as sex therapy arrives in Britain.
Producer DAVID filkin
Editor adau clapham. Set therapy; p 4

Contributors

Reporters: Jeremy James
Unknown: Jeanne La
Unknown: John Pitman
Unknown: Jack Pizzey
Unknown: Desmond Wilcox
Unknown: Harold Williamson
Unknown: Dr William Masters
Unknown: Virginia Johnson
Unknown: John Pitman

: Film Night

Introduced by Tony Bilbow and Philip Jenkinson
A film report on the career of Saul Bass - designer of film titles, Oscar-winning short director, second unit director of Grand Prix, and director of Phase IV, an ecological suspense thriller. Also in the programme a review of The Fantastic Planet, the current revival of the 1940s futuristic serial Captain Marvel.
Producer BARRY BROWN
Philip Jenkinson : page 23

Contributors

Introduced By: Tony Bilbow
Introduced By: Philip Jenkinson
Unknown: Saul Bass
Producer: Barry Brown
Unknown: Philip Jenkinson

: News Extra

with David Holmes ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: David Holmes

: Closedown

JILL BALCON reads October End by JOHN PUDNEY. 11.55 Close

Contributors

Unknown: Jill Balcon
Unknown: John Pudney.








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