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: Play School

Today's story:
The Donkey's Tale written by HELEN PIERS illustrated by VIRGINIA SMITH
Presenters this week: Carol Chell John Golder

Contributors

Written By: Helen Piers
Illustrated By: Virginia Smith
Unknown: Carol Chell
Unknown: John Golder

: Closedown

: The Caterers

A series of 10 programmes
2: Staff shortage or staff wastage?What are the causes and cures
for the catering industry's current staffing and turnover problems?
Commentary by DEREK COOPER
Producer IAN WOOLF

Contributors

Commentary By: Derek Cooper
Producer: Ian Woolf

: Interval

: State of Play

- pre-school education now
A series of programmes
2: The Nursery Idea - Mother Figures
' We must widen our professionalism and diffuse it through the community.'
WILLEM VAN DER EYKEN 'S personal view is illustrated by a Home Link project in Liverpool and commented on by JOAN TOUGH and ERIC MIDWINTER.
Director IAN ROSENBLOOM
Producer ROGER OWEN
Book (same title) 75p, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: Willem van Der Eyken
Unknown: Joan Tough
Unknown: Eric Midwinter.
Director: Ian Rosenbloom
Producer: Roger Owen

: Closedown

: The Do-it-Yourself Film Animation Show

Join BOB GODFREY in five programmes on how to enter the mad world of cartoons and animation. 2: Find your story -choose your technique
Guest STAN HAYWARD
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES
Director ANNA JACKSON
The Do-it-Yourself Film Animation Book, £1.30, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Godfrey
Unknown: Stan Hayward
Producer: David Hargreaves
Director: Anna Jackson

: Weather

: Newsday

with Ludovic Kennedy , Robin Day Richard Kershaw and Angela Rippon
Throughout the week Newsday brings you the latest news. Television's most experienced interviewers bring a series of personal and topical interviews and discussions with the leaders in this country and from all over the world who make the decisions that matter and the men and women affected by them.
Associate producer JOHN REYNOLDS
Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON

Contributors

Unknown: Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown: Robin Day
Unknown: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Angela Rippon
Producer: John Reynolds
Producer: Christopher Capron

: The Waltons

The Spoilers
A sophisticated but emotionally mixed-up New York family arrive on Waltons' Mountain - with devastating results ...

Contributors

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

: How Green was My Valley

by RICHARD LLEWELLYN The BBC2 Serial dramatised in six parts by ELAINE MORGAN starring Stanley Baker , Sian Phillips
4: Saddened by Marged's death and by the failure of the strike, lanto and Owen have left for London. Their first letter home contains a cutting from The Times concerning Angharad and lestyn.
THE ABER VALLEY MALE VOICE CHOIR conductor J. GERAINT EVANS
Title music composed and played by OSIAN ELLIS
Script editor BETTY WILLINGALE
Designer GRAHAM OAKLEY
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE
Director RONALD WILSON

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Llewellyn
Unknown: Elaine Morgan
Unknown: Stanley Baker
Unknown: Sian Phillips
Conductor: J. Geraint Evans
Played By: Osian Ellis
Editor: Betty Willingale
Designer: Graham Oakley
Producer: Martin Lisemore
Director: Ronald Wilson
Angharad Morgan: Sue Jones-Davies
Mrs Nicholas: Rachel Thomas
Blodwen Evans: Sheila Ruskin
lestyn Evans: Jeremy Clyde
Bronwen Morgan: Nerys Hughes
Beth Morgan: Siānphillips
If or Morgan: Norman Comer
Gwilym Morgan: Stanley Baker
Rev Gruffydd: Gareth Thomas
Dai Bando: Ray Smith
Cyfartha: John Clive
Huw Morgan: Dominic Guard
Ceinwen Lloyd: Zelah Clarke
Owen Morgan: Mikegwilym
lanto Morgan: Keith Drinkel
Mr Elias: Aubrey Richards
Mr Lloyd: Brinley Jenkins
Mr Powys: John Pierce-Jones

: Horizon: A Fair Share of What Little We Have

Our NHS spends £90 per person a year, and is still very short of money. Tanzania can only afford £1, and their problems are much worse than ours: half the children die before the age of five. Tanzania is halfway through pioneering its own health system - which rejects Western concepts of medicine. Peasants with six months' training treat tropical ulcers and malaria; men after a simple three-year course cure pneumonia and bilharzia with the same competence as doctors.
If the system works, it promises a way of overcoming ill-health in the Third World. For us in the West, too. it may mean a radical rethink about the role of doctors and hospitals.

Written and produced by EDWARD GOLDWIN

Contributors

Narrator: Paul Vaughan
Film Editor: Ted Walter
Editor: Peter Goodchild
Producer: Edward Goldwin

: Diversions

The first of a series of six from Scotland introduced and conducted by Christopher Seaman with Kathleen Livingstone (soprano)
Peter Williams (harpsichord)
Paisley Male Voice Choir
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra leader RAYMOND OVENS
Tonight Call to Arms includes ' The Grand March' from Aida, 'Mars' from the Planet Suite, Scottish lament, ' Soldiers' Chorus' from Faust and Overture ' 1812.'
Sound ALAN BUNTING
Lighting ROY SMITH
Designer ARCHIE CLARK
Producer JAMES HUNTER

Contributors

Conducted By: Christopher Seaman
Soprano: Kathleen Livingstone
Harpsichord: Peter Williams
Leader: Raymond Ovens
Unknown: Alan Bunting
Unknown: Roy Smith
Designer: Archie Clark
Producer: James Hunter

: Newsnight

Angela Rippon ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Rippon

: Closedown

MICHAEL HORDERN reads James Son and Spicer by JAMES REEVES

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Hordern
Unknown: James Reeves








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