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: Play School

Story: Tear Away Bob by ELIZABETH DUNKIN Presenters
TONI ARTHUR , BRIAN CANT

Contributors

Unknown: Elizabeth Dunkin
Unknown: Toni Arthur
Unknown: Brian Cant

: Closedown

: Planning - for People?

A series of five programmes 5 : Better in the Long Run?
When is Leeds/Bradford Airport not an airport? The story of a not-so-simple planning application. Narrator DEREK COOPER
Producer GORDON croton

Contributors

Narrator: Derek Cooper
Producer: Gordon Croton

: Newsday

with Robin Day brings you the day's News Summary and an interview with a prominent personality behind the headlines.
Preceded by Weather

: Getaway

A programme for enthusiasts The Steamboat Sailors
In their enthusiasm for steam at sea, peers and pensioners are all in the same boat. Round-the-world single-handed sailor ROBIN KNOX-JOHNSTON joins the Steamboat Association's annual regatta on the Beaulieu River at Buckler's Hard to see what is the appeal of 19th-century steamers to the peers, businessmen, engineers and pensioners who belong to this rare body of enthusiasts.
Producer TONY SALMON Editor BRIAN ROBINS

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Knox-Johnston
Producer: Tony Salmon
Editor: Brian Robins

: Worldwide

A View from Down Under.... Australian TV reports
'We haven'had 18 years of TV, we've just had one year 18 times.' So many Australians criticise their television services for relying too much on imported programmes. But just as Australia is becoming more and more conscious of her own national identity so her television is turning to home-made products.
Reporting on domestic and foreign affairs the ' home' look is often highly critical as will be seen in the documentary film extracts chosen for tonight's programme. One of these focuses on some of the unhappy results of Australian colonialism in Papua New Guinea, the Pacific islands which will gain independence at the end of the year.
Introduced by FRANK GILLARD
Producer marysi ADDISON

Contributors

Introduced By: Frank Gillard
Producer: Marysi Addison

: Colour My Soul

with Midweek Music starring Jimmy Helms
Session musicians are the best in the country but seldom appear. So it's a change for guitarist Martin Kershaw who shares the front of the stage with JIMMY and THE RALPH TOBERT DANCERS.
Musical director KENNY WOODMAN Lighting SAM BRANTER
Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE , PETER FRESHNEY Producer MICHAEL BEGG

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Helms
Guitarist: Martin Kershaw
Unknown: Chris Holcombe
Producer: Michael Begg

: The Frost Interview

Who is the man or woman who will come face to face with David Frost ?
Director MIKE CATHERWOOD
Assistant producer BARBARA MAXWELL Producer lAIN JOHNSTONE

Contributors

Unknown: David Frost
Producer: Barbara Maxwell

: Midweek Film: Boom!

starring
Elizabeth Taylor , Richard Burton Noël Coward with Joanna Shimkus , Michael Dunn
Flora, widow of five tycoons and one young poet and reputedly the richest woman in the world, retires to her mountain-top mansion on a volcanic island, unable to accept the fact that she is dying. Enter Chris Flanders , poet-adventurer, nicknamed the Angel of Death because his visits to wealthy old ladies are usually followed by the undertaker.
Director JOSEPH LOSEY
This Week's films: page 23

Contributors

Unknown: Elizabeth Taylor
Unknown: Richard Burton
Unknown: Noël Coward
Unknown: Joanna Shimkus
Unknown: Michael Dunn
Unknown: Chris Flanders
Director: Joseph Losey
Flora Goforth: Elizabeth Taylor
Chris Flanders: Richard Burton
Witch of Capri: Noël Coward
Blackie: Joanna Shimkus
Rudy: Michael Dunn
Dr Lullo: Romolo Valli
Simonetta: Veronica Wells
Giulio: Fernando Piazza

: News Extra

Presented by David Holmes Weather

Contributors

Presented By: David Holmes

: Closedown

JULIAN GLOVER reads an extract from Arcades by JOHN MILTON
12.20 Close

Contributors

Unknown: Julian Glover
Unknown: John Milton








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