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: Play School

(Details as BBC1 at 4.25 pm)

: Closedown

: Wimbledon 1975

The Lawn Tennis Championships featuring the Quarter-finals of the Men's Singles

: Newsday

with Richard Kershaw
An interview with a man or woman behind the headlines follows the News Summary Preceded by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Kershaw

: Collector's World

Corsham Court
ARTHUR NEGUS looks at the State Rooms, virtually untouched since the late 18th century and talks about some of the fine furniture by Chippendale, Adam, Cobb and the little known Thomas Johnson. English Prints
JAMES MILLER briefly examines 18th and 19th century prints and explains some of the different techniques used.
Arthur Negus answers viewers' questions.
Hugh Scully introduces the programme.
Director ROBIN DRAKE Producer PAUL SMITH
Series editor JOHN KING (BristoD

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Negus
Unknown: Thomas Johnson.
Unknown: James Miller
Unknown: Arthur Negus
Introduces: Hugh Scully
Director: Robin Drake
Producer: Paul Smith
Editor: John King

: The Tribal Eye

A series of seven films in which David Attenborough relates masterpieces of the world's tribal art to the people and places that produced them.
6: Man Blong Custom
Among the islands of the South West Pacific, missionary influence has greatly changed the lives of people who were once head-hunters and cannibals.
But even today there exist remote tribal villages which still retain their own traditions and beliefs. The bush people of Malekula, in the New Hebrides, still use the skulls of the dead to make memorial sculptures, which they entertain with spirit-puppets in their spectacular funeral ceremonies. In the Solomons, a powerful movement has arisen, dedicated to the rejection of Christianity and the revival of tribal custom. And, once again, the black war canoe may be seen with, just above the water, the face of a guardian spirit.
Written, narrated by DAVID ATTENBOROUGH Programme advisers
KIRK HUFFMAN , ANNA CRAVEN
Film cameraman HENRY FARRAR Film editor PAM BOSWORTH Series producers
DAVID COLLISON , MICHAEL MACINTYR1 Director MICHAEL MACINTYRE

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: Kirk Huffman
Unknown: Anna Craven
Unknown: Henry Farrar
Editor: Pam Bosworth
Unknown: David Collison
Unknown: Michael MacIntyr1
Director: Michael MacIntyre

: Tuesday Cinema: The Double Headed Eagle

Using material taken from features like The Blue Angel, documentary and newsreel productions, and private coverage of Nazi Party events, LUTZ BECKER 's powerful film is a history of the inter-war years in Germany and the meteoric rise of the German Third Reich.
Director LUTZ BECKER
This Week's Films: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Lutz Becker
Director: Lutz Becker

: Match of the Day from Wimbledon

The Lawn Tennis Championships
Recorded highlights of today's outstanding matches

: News Extra

with Angela Rippon ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Rippon

: Closedown

GWEN WATFORD reads The Little Falls Pool by NORMAN MACCAIG

Contributors

Unknown: Gwen Watford
Unknown: Norman MacCaig








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