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: Play School

Story:
The Pedlar and his Cat
Guest storyteller: Frank Windsor Presenters:
JULIE STEVENS , STUART MCGUGAN
Pianist MICHAEL OMER
Designer PHILIP LINDLEY
Scriptwriter/Director NICK WILSON Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer crwrai* FELGATE

Contributors

Presenters: Julie Stevens
Pianist: Stuart McGugan
Pianist: Michael Omer
Designer: Philip Lindley

: Closedown

: Signals from the Interior

Or How to Examine Your Inside from the Outside
The Royal Institution Annual Cliristmas Lectures to Young People by Heinz Wolff of the Medical Research Council 6: Signals from the Mind
We send signals about our mental state to each other all the time-laughter, tears, expressions. These signals are a simple code adequate for daily life - but to understand someone's personality a much more subtle code has to be understood.
Television presentation by BRIAN JOHNSON

Contributors

Unknown: Heinz Wolff
Presentation By: Brian Johnson

: Weather

: Newsday

with Robin Day , Richard Kershaw The News from Kenneth Kendall.
What and who will be the dominant topics and prominent people in Newsday in 1976? Tonight's guests, who are all likely to figure in this year's headlines, give their forecasts, serious and not so serious, for the year ahead.

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Day
Unknown: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Kenneth Kendall.

: Pot Black

BBC2 Snooker Championship The 1975 Final
Defending champion Graham Miles (Birmingham) who won the title in 1974 at his first attempt against
Dennis Taylor (Blackburn) who has beaten Pulman, Davis and Rex Williams to reach the final in his first Pot Black tournament
The winner receives the Pot Black trophy and the first prize of £100. Also a prize for the scorer of the highest break in the competition and featuring the Shot of the Series.
Presentation by Joe Davis , OBE Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee SYDNEY LEE
Commentator TED LOWE
Director JIM DUMIGHAN
Producer REG PERRIN BBC Birmingham
Book (same title), 65p. from bookthopM

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Miles
Unknown: Dennis Taylor
Unknown: Rex Williams
Presentation By: Joe Davis
Introduced By: Alan Weeks
Unknown: Sydney Lee
Commentator: Ted Lowe
Director: Jim Dumighan
Producer: Reg Perrin

: The Feature Film: The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman

A feature film starring Cicely Tyson
The life and changing times of Jane Pittman , a 110-year-old black woman living in Louisiana. In an interview with a young reporter she looks back over her life and the struggles of her people - from the American Civil War to the Civil Rights demonstrations of the early 1960s.
Winner of nine Emmy awards, including Actress of the Year for Cicely Tyson , this film version of Ernest J. Gaines ' novel was originally made for us television.
Director JOHN KORTY Films: pages 16-17

Contributors

Unknown: Cicely Tyson
Unknown: Jane Pittman
Unknown: Cicely Tyson
Unknown: Ernest J. Gaines
Director: John Korty
Jane Pittman: Cicely Tyson
Quentin: Michael Murphy
Master Bryant: Richard A Dysart
Lady at house: Katherine Helmond
Mister Robert: Roy Poole
Mme Gautier: Josephine Premice
Ned (age 42): Thalmus Rasulala
Mistress Bryant: Collin Wilcox-Horne
Lana: Beatrice Winde
Jimmy (age 7): Eric Brown
Unc Isom: Joel Fluellen
Cluveau: Will Hare
Colonel Dye: David Hooks
Job: Warren Kenner
Trooper Brown: Dudley Knight
Little Ned: Derrick Mills
Ticey: Valeria Odell
Big Laura: Odetta
Joe Pittman: Rod Perry
Ferry Captain: Al Scott
Ned (age 18): Dan Smith
Vivian: Carol Sutton

: Women- Which Way Now?

A Little Unfinished Business
After four nightly programmes which have discussed the practical steps on the way to sexual equality - and queried the desirability of this equality - Ludovic Kennedy asks his audience of women the key question:
Will the coming years see such an acceleration of the sexual revolution that it will revolutionise British society?
Editor MICHAEL TOWNSON

Contributors

Unknown: Ludovic Kennedy

: Cribbins-Livings & Co

starring, not surprisingly, Bernard Cribbins and Henry Livings written by LEONARD BARRAS and JIM ANDREW music by THE OLDHAM TINKERS and featuring
Marguerite Hardiman
First day back at work, and even the cat is sick of turkey. Cribbins and Livings provide that post-Christmas pick-me-up full of good resolutions and seasonal promise.
Designer JOHN COLEMAN Director TONY HARRISON Producer MIKE HEALEY BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Cribbins
Unknown: Henry Livings
Written By: Leonard Barras
Written By: Jim Andrew
Unknown: Marguerite Hardiman
Designer: John Coleman
Director: Tony Harrison
Producer: Mike Healey

: Newsnight

with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kendall

: Closedown

John Gielgud reads
Planning Permission by JAMES REEVES

Contributors

Unknown: John Gielgud
Unknown: James Reeves








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