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: Play School

Story: Smith the Lonely Hedgehog written and illustrated by ALTHEA based on a story by HELENA MOORE Presenters:
Sarah Long , Lionel Morton

Contributors

Story By: Helena Moore
Unknown: Sarah Long
Unknown: Lionel Morton

: Closedown

: The Caterers

A series of ten programmes 3: This is a people business
Commentary by DEREK COOPER
Producer BRIAN DAVIES
Series producer LAN WOOLF

Contributors

Commentary By: Derek Cooper
Producer: Brian Davies

: Interval

: State of Play

- pro-school education now A series of ten programmes 3: The Ideology of Play
How did our commitment to the value of self-directed play arise? How, when and why should teachers intervene?
Director IAN ROSENBLOOM Producer ROGER OWEN

Contributors

Director: Ian Rosenbloom
Producer: Roger Owen

: Closedown

: The Do-it-Yourself Film Animation Show: 3: Table-top and cut-out animation

Join Bob Godfrey in five programmes on how to enter the mad world of cartoons and animation.

Contributors

Presenter: Bob Godfrey
Guest: Terry Gilliam
Producer: David Hargreaves
Director: Anna Jackson

: Weather

: Newsday

with Ludovic Kennedy , Robin Day Richard Kershaw , 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.

Contributors

Unknown: Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown: Robin Day
Unknown: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Angela Rippon

: The Waltons

The Marathon
John-Boy defies his mother to enter a week-long dance marathon with a pretty young girl whom he has only just met.

Contributors

John-Boy: Richard Thomas
Olivia Walton: Michael Learned
John Walton: Ralph Waite
Grandpa: Will Geer
Grandma: Ellen Corby
Daisy: Deirdre Lenihan
Mary Ellen: Judy Norton
Jason: Jon Walmsley

: How Green was My Valley

The Incredible Machine
It looks like a deep and mossy cave, but it is no more than a pore on the human skin, magnified 3,500 times. And what appears to be a coral reef is in fact the tip of the tongue.
The camera watches the movement of the vocal chords while a girl sings. It peers down glowing, breathing corridors into the depths of the lungs. It shows the vibrations of tiny bones in the ear so that we see sounds being heard. Man's own anatomy has intrigued him through the ages. But now, remarkable camera techniques transform it into a mysterious and thrilling landscape, and reveal a startling perspective on how we are made.
Produced for the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY and WOLPER PRODUCTIONS by IRWIN ROSTEN
Series editor PETER GOODCHILD Presented for the BBC by VERONICA-JANE BlRLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Llewellyn
Unknown: Stanley Baker
Unknown: Sian Phillips
Unknown: Lestyn Evans.
Unknown: Mr Lloyd
Played By: Osian Ellis
Editor: Betty Willingale
Designer: Graham Oakley
Producer: Martin Lisemore
Director: Ronald Wilson
Unknown: Irwin Rosten
Editor: Peter Goodchild
Unknown: Veronica-Jane Blrley
Huw Morgan: Dominic Guard
Ceinwen Lloyd: Zelah Clarke
Bronwen Morgan: Nerys Hughes
Beth Morgan: Siân Phillips
Gwilym Morgan: Stanley Baker
Ifor Morgan: Norman Comer
Dai Bando: Ray Smith
Cyfartha: John Clive
Rev Gruffydd: Gareth Thomas
Iestyn Evans: Jeremy Clyde
Angharad: Sue Jones-Davies
Lloyd: Sean Mathias
Rhodri: David Lloyd
Mr Jonas: Clifford Rose
lanto Morgan: Keith Drinkel
Owen Morgan: Mike Gwilym
Mrs Nicholas: Rachel Thomas
Blodwen Evans: Sheila Ruskin
Ruth Jonas: Barbara Bolton
Cheapjack: Raymond Bowers

: Diversions

The second of a series of six from Scotland introduced and conducted by Christopher Seaman with Maurice Hasson (violin)
Margaret Marshall (soprano) Nigel Boddice (trumpet)
Heather Corbett (percussion) Jack Keaney and Jean Hutchison (pianos)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra leader RAYMOND OVENS
Tonight's theme Virtuosity includes a caprice by Paganini; the finale of the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto; a Bach aria, ' Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen '; the Wild Bears by Elgar; and, as an encore, an unusual percussion solo.
Sound ALAN BUNTING
Lighting JAMES MAIDEN Designer ARCHIE CLARK Producer JAMES HUNTER BBC Scotland

Contributors

Conducted By: Christopher Seaman
Violin: Maurice Hasson
Soprano: Margaret Marshall
Soprano: Nigel Boddice
Unknown: Heather Corbett
Unknown: Jack Keaney
Pianos: Jean Hutchison
Leader: Raymond Ovens
Unknown: Jauchzet Gott
Unknown: Allen Landen
Unknown: Alan Bunting
Unknown: James Maiden
Designer: Archie Clark

: Newsnight

with Angela Rippon Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Rippon

: Closedown

DAVID MARKHAM reads Geography Lesson by ZULFIKAR GHOSE

Contributors

Unknown: David Markham
Unknown: Zulfikar Ghose








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