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: Play School

Story: First Day at School written by JUDY WHITFIELD photographed by JAMES MATTHEWS-JOYCE . Presenters:
CAROL CHELL , JOHN GOLDER

Contributors

Written By: Judy Whitfield
Unknown: James Matthews-Joyce
Unknown: Carol Chell
Unknown: John Golder

: Closedown

: Open University

6.15 Use Your Head: 9: Re-view
A series of ten programmes to help those who are studying at home or about to embark on a course of study.
Book (same title), £1.30, from bookshops

6.40 Introductory programme for new students.

: Avventura: 14

A 25-part Italian course.

: Weather

: Newsday

with Robin Day , Ludovic Kennedy Richard Kershaw , Kenneth Kendall
Associate producer JOHN SHEARER Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Day
Unknown: Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Kenneth Kendall
Producer: John Shearer
Producer: Christopher Capron

: Worldwide

How Others Saw Us ...
What sort of pictures did television viewers across the world have of Great Britain in 1975? Worldwide reverses its usual role to see how some of the London correspondents of world television services reported back home on us. The results were funny, gloomy, often critical, sometimes flattering....
' A British virtue,' the Japanese enthused, ' is that they make do and mend.'
' The British disease,' the Swiss diagnosed, ' is caused by a lack of economic flexibility.'
' Does the Queen really need five palaces?' asked the Australians. ' The only thing certain,' concluded the Americans, ' is that the Scots will never bite you to death.' Frank Gillard introduces views of 1975 and thoughts for 1976.
Producer MARYSE ADDISON

Contributors

Introduces: Frank Gillard
Producer: Maryse Addison

: Midweek Cinema: All The King's Men

A short season of Oscar-winning films to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Columbia Pictures. Starring
Broderick Crawford
John Ireland with Mercedes McCambridge Joanne Dru
Idealist Willie Stark is elected Governor of a mid-Western state, but the corruption he campaigned against soon threatens his own administration. Adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Robert Penn Warren , it is reputedly based on the career of Huey Long , the Governor of Louisiana, assassinated in 1935. All The King's Men received an Academy Award in 1949 for the best film of the year, and Oscars went to Broderick Crawford (as best actor) and Mercedes McCam bridge (as best supporting actress).
Written, produced and directed by ROBERT ROSSEN
. Films: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Broderick Crawford
Unknown: John Ireland
Unknown: McCambridge Joanne Dru
Unknown: Idealist Willie Stark
Novel By: Robert Penn Warren
Unknown: Huey Long
Unknown: Broderick Crawford
Unknown: Mercedes McCam
Directed By: Robert Rossen
Willie Stark: Broderick Crawford
Jack Burden: John Ireland
Anne Stanton: Joanne Dru
Sadie Burke: Mercedes McCambridge
Mrs Stark: Anne Seymour
Tom Stark: John Derek
Adam Stanton: Shepperd Strudwick

: Film Night

' The one thing I did better than other actors was to perform bizarre actions realistically - and that was best served for me in comedy.'
Gene Wilder in conversation with Tony Bilbow plus extracts from The Producers, Start the Revolution Without Me, Young Frankenstein and The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes ' Smarter Brother.
Producer BARRY BROWN

Contributors

Unknown: Gene Wilder
Unknown: Tony Bilbow
Unknown: Young Frankenstein
Unknown: Sherlock Holmes
Producer: Barry Brown

: Newsnight

with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kendall

: Closedown

MICHAEL HORDERN reads
Toads Revisited by PHILIP LARKIN

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Hordern
Unknown: Philip Larkin








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