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: Play School

Story: The Bad Tempered Road-Mender by RUTH CRAFT Presenters:
CAROL LEADER , DAVID HARGREAVES
Pianist PETER GOSLING
Designer HUMPHREY JAEGER Director JOHN LANE
ProducerANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Unknown: Ruth Craft
Leader: Carol Leader
Leader: David Hargreaves
Pianist: Peter Gosling
Designer: Humphrey Jaeger
Director: John Lane
Producer: Anne Gobey
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Glorious Goodwood

BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you the third day's racing from the superb setting of Goodwood Racecourse, high on the Sussex Downs.
2.30 Lanson Champagne Stakes (7f)
3.5 William Hill Southern Handicap (lim)
3.35 The Goodwood Cup (2m 5f)
The only marathon on the switch-back course started by flag in front of the grandstand.
4.5 King George Stakes (5f) Introduced by JULIAN wilson
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN
JIMMY LINDLEY , JOHN HANMER
Television presentation DENNIS MONGER

Contributors

Introduced By: Julian Wilson
Commentators: Peter O'Sullevan
Unknown: Jimmy Lindley
Unknown: John Hanmer
Unknown: Dennis Monger

: Closedown

: Take Another Look

at Home Sweet Home
Even the best-kept homes have them - thousands of minute creatures which live in your bed, your carpet and your cheese. Narrator ERIC THOMPSON
Director BRIAN DAURNEY
Producer PETER RIDING

Contributors

Narrator: Eric Thompson
Director: Brian Daurney
Producer: Peter Riding

: News on 2

Weather

: In Deepest Britain

A day's walk that any of us could make this weekend in the countryside around us.
In the Heart of England
Alert to the unexpected, three expert naturalists use their skills to reveal the variety of natural life that most of us fail to see. Gordon Beningfield , artist Malcolm Coe , ecologist
Alan Mitchell of The Forestry Commission
All you see and hear on this summer wall- of a few miles was unrehearsed - filmed as it happened - on a public right of way from dawn to dusk in a single day.
Film cameramen MAURICE FISHER and MARTIN SAUNDERS
Producer MICHAEL ANDREWS BBC Bristol

Contributors

Artist: Gordon Beningfield
Artist: Malcolm Coe
Unknown: Alan Mitchell
Unknown: Maurice Fisher
Unknown: Martin Saunders
Producer: Michael Andrews

: Vicar of This Parish

Betjeman on Kilvert
Many other ministers have followed their calling in that placid borderland where the River Wye divides Wales from England. But FRANCIS KILVERT also put on record a unique picture of rural parish life in the 1870s and his Diary reveals as much of the writer as the events he so affectionately describes. SIR JOHN BETJEMAN travels Kilvert Country and recalls a way of life which has only just slipped away.
Director PATRICK GARLAND Producer DEREK TRIMBY BBC Cymru/Wales

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Kilvert
Unknown: Sir John Betjeman
Director: Patrick Garland
Producer: Derek Trimby

: Call My Bluff

A duel of words and wit between Patrick Campbell
Lady Antonia Wardell Michael Craig and Frank Muir
Jacky Gillott , Alec McCowen Referee Robert Robinson
Call My Bluff devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN Director MICHAEL GOODWIN Producer JOHNNY DOWNES

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Campbell
Unknown: Lady Antonia Wardell
Unknown: Michael Craig
Unknown: Frank Muir
Unknown: Jacky Gillott
Unknown: Alec McCowen
Unknown: Robert Robinson
Unknown: Mark Goodson
Unknown: Bill Todman
Director: Michael Goodwin
Producer: Johnny Downes

: The Philpott File

South Africa Faces Television Last of four reports by Trevor Philpott
The First Casualties
We've had television in Britain for 40 years. In South Africa it's only just arrived. This film is about its first impact on South Africa's prosperous entertainment industry -the theatres, the cinemas, the drive-ins, the film rental companies, the satirical revues - the people that are getting hurt, the ones that have already been killed. In particular it deals with the fate of two brave shows that earned their bread by kicking the Republic's most sacred cows.
Film cameraman PETER CHAPMAN Film editor M. A. c. ADAMS
Assistant producer MICHAEL MASER
Written and produced by TREVOR PHILPOTT An article by Trevor Philpott linked with this programme appears in THE LISTENER this week. Preview: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: Trevor Philpott
Unknown: Peter Chapman
Editor: M. A. C. Adams
Producer: Michael Maser
Produced By: Trevor Philpott
Unknown: Trevor Philpott

: Glory Folk

Introduced by Ray Moore and featuring the music of the Salvation Army Thirty young children from Luton set the scene with music from the rock opera Jesus Folk, a theme taken up by over 600 singers and musicians as they join together to make music. with THE ENFIELD CITADEL BAND conducted by JAMES WILLIAMS LONDON SALVATION ARMY CHORUS chorus master RAY STEADMAN-ALLEN
THE JOY FOLK directed by JOY WEBB
Producer ken GRIFFIN

Contributors

Introduced By: Ray Moore
Conducted By: James Williams
Directed By: Joy Webb
Producer: Ken Griffin

: Newsnight

Presented by Richard Baker Weatherman

Contributors

Presented By: Richard Baker

: Music at Night

MARISA ROBLES (harp) plays Rumores de la Caleta by ISAAC ALBENIZ

Contributors

Harp: Marisa Robles








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