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: Play School

The Jumblies by EDWARD LEAR
Illustrated by GRAHAM MCCALLUM Presenters
Carol Chell , Jon Glover

Contributors

Illustrated By: Graham McCallum
Unknown: Carol Chell
Unknown: Jon Glover

: Closedown

: Wimbledon 1975

The Lawn Tennis Championships direct from the All England Club featuring
The First Round of the Men's Singles Championship
BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you the best of the action on the Centre Court and on No 1 Court.
Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER with commentaries by DAN MASKELL , BILL KNIGHT
PETER WEST , BILL THRELFALL and JOHN BARRETT
Television presentation by RICHARD TILLING , FRED VINER. BOB DUNCAN JOHN SHREWSBURY , JOHNNIE WATHERSTON JEFF GODDARD and PETER CLEAVER
Producer A. P. WILKINSON

Contributors

Introduced By: Harry Carpenter
Unknown: Dan Maskell
Unknown: Bill Knight
Unknown: Peter West
Unknown: Bill Threlfall
Unknown: John Barrett
Presentation By: Richard Tilling
Presentation By: Fred Viner.
Presentation By: Bob Duncan
Unknown: John Shrewsbury
Unknown: Johnnie Watherston
Unknown: Jeff Goddard
Unknown: Peter Cleaver
Producer: A. P. Wilkinson

: Newsday

with Alan Watson. An interview with a man or woman behind the headlines follows the News Summary. Preceded by Weather
Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Watson.
Producer: Christopher Capron

: Look, Stranger

A Castle on the Map
Thirteen years ago Harry and Deirdre Margary were looking for a home, and happened upon Lympne Castle in Kent. Whether it was the ghosts, or the view, or the Roman Ruin, they fell in love with it - and the Castle in turn changed their lives.
Strangers insisted on looking round the Castle - so they had to open it to the public, write a guide book, and produce tea and scones. To interest visitors, Harry Margary , then a naval scientist, first reproduced an old County map of Kent - and what began as a pastime has now become his fulktime career.
Executive producer JENNIFER JEREMY Director SANDRA WAINWRIGHT

Contributors

Unknown: Deirdre Margary
Unknown: Harry Margary
Producer: Jennifer Jeremy
Director: Sandra Wainwright

: TheWaltons

The Triangle
John-Boy's teacher, Miss Hunter, persuades him to enter an essay-writing competition and gives him extra tuition after school. When someone else makes demands on Miss Hunter's spare time, too, John-Boy is hurt and jealous.

Contributors

John-Boy: Richard Thomas
Olivia Walton: Michael Learned
John Walton: Ralph Waite
Grandpa: Will Geer
Grandma: Ellen Corby

: Horizon

The Cleanest Place in the World
With temperatures always below zero and blizzards driving at 100 mph, Antarctica is no easy place to survive in. Yet there are .now more than 2,000 scientists and engineers from 14 countries who put up with the discomforts to study in such a clean and largely untouched environment.
Most teams have come to use
Antarctica as a great natural laboratory. From here they can study just who has polluted the earth most. Using this vantage point to look through the upper atmosphere to the other side of the earth, they may learn more about the weather.
The scientific work in Antarctica is dependent on the continent remaining untouched, but already natural gas has been struck and the mountains contain some of the biggest coalfields in the world. Narrator FRANK GILLARD dealt grippingly with Antarctica
(OBSERVER)
Antarctica film by FRANZ LAZI FILM. Stuttgart
Editor PETER GOODCHILD
Presented by TED POULTER X

Contributors

Narrator: Frank Gillard
Unknown: Franz Lazi
Editor: Peter Goodchild
Presented By: Ted Poulter

: Match of the Day from Wimbledon

The Lawn Tennis Championships
Recorded highlights of today's outstanding match on the first day's play at the All England Club.
DAN MASKELL comments on the action which is introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
Television presentation by PAUL LANG Producer A. p. WILKINSON

Contributors

Unknown: Dan Maskell
Introduced By: Harry Carpenter
Presentation By: Paul Lang
Producer: A. P. Wilkinson

: News Extra

Angela Rippon ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Rippon

: Open Door

People Make Television Who's Killing the Mother of the Arts?
Repetitive and wasteful in total, ugly and illogical in its parts-the contemporary housing estate remains the standard solution to our housing need. Yet, whilst these estates. proliferate, the imaginative, original or sensitive designer suffers the likelihood of rejection or delay by the planning authorities. Why? And what can we do about it?
Open Door is produced by the public. Skilled help and advice is available from the BBC's Community Programme Unit. Repeated next Sunday afternoon

: Closedown

JOHN WESTBROOK reads
Keats at Teignmouth, Spring 1818 by CHARLES CAUSLEY

Contributors

Unknown: John Westbrook
Unknown: Charles Causley








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