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: Play School

Story: The Three Bears Presenters this week
Chloe Ashcroft , Chris Tranchell
Pianist STEWART ROBERTSON Designer GLORIA CLAYTON
Written by SHARON GREENING and RICHARD GREENING Director PETER WILTSHIRE Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Book: More Stories from Play School, 35p, from bookshops. The Tale of a Donkey's Tail and Other Stories from Play School, record (REC 232) il.79, or cassette (MRMC 045) 11.95, Bang on a Drum, songs from Play School and Play Away record (REC 242) 11.95, or cassette (mrmc 004) £1.95, from record shops

Contributors

Unknown: Chloe Ashcroft
Pianist: Chris Tranchell
Pianist: Stewart Robertson
Designer: Gloria Clayton
Written By: Sharon Greening
Written By: Richard Greening
Director: Peter Wiltshire
Producer: Anne Gobey
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Contact

Ten programmes for physically disabled people.
1: Does he take sugar?
CORBET WOODALL and JILL LUMB (both disabled) explore embarrassments caused by the attitudes of the general public; some electronic aids available to disabled people; and a self-help project on access.
Director CHARLES PASCOE -Producer IAN WOOLF

Contributors

Unknown: Corbet Woodall
Director: Charles Pascoe
Producer: Ian Woolf

: Interval

: The Education Debate

1: What Have We Done?
In the first of a series of personal views, SIR ALEX SMITH , Director of Manchester Polytechnic, argues that the expansion of higher education in the 60s has produced too many people with ' an aversion to the means by which we as a nation earn our living.' There are 16 sociologists to every one production engineer in higher education.
Producer ROGER OWEN

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Alex Smith
Producer: Roger Owen

: Interval

: Signs of Trouble

Aspects of Delinquency
Introduced by LAURIE TAYLOR Professor of Sociology, University of York
2: We Hate School ...
' Everybody, it seems, likes a " Blackboard Jungle " story. The amiable Mr Chips beaten to the ground in his own classroom by rampaging hooligans. But we can't just play the old game of " blame the media". Our inter-city schools do have growing problems of truancy and classroom conflict ... '
Producer GORDON CROTON

Contributors

Introduced By: Laurie Taylor
Unknown: Mr Chips
Producer: Gordon Croton

: Closedown

: News on 2 Headlines

with sub-titles for the hard of hearing, followed by Weather on 2

: Wordpower

Ten programmes about communicating through the spoken word
2: You are called to an interview.... MRS SANDRA FIALHO is a secretary. She hopes for promotion and there's a job coming up. She goes for an interview with her personnel officer at Hoover Limited, BOB GUNNING. How has she prepared for the interview ... how will it go?
With ANDREW WILKINSON , Professor of Education at the University of Exeter and DOUGLAS BROOKS , Personnel Director of Hoover Limited.
Executive producer TONY MATTHEWS Producer BERNARD ADAMS
(Wordpower Correspondence Course Is published with this series. Details from CACO, 27 Marylebone Road, NW1, 5JS)

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs Sandra Fialho
Unknown: Andrew Wilkinson
Unknown: Douglas Brooks
Producer: Tony Matthews
Producer: Bernard Adams

: Newsday

Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinion
Newsreader Richard Baker
Editor JOHN TISDALL

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Charlton
Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: Richard Baker
Editor: John Tisdall

: The Master Game

A Chess Tournament
Presented by Jeremy James
'Oh dear, another rotten position ... seems that the younger you are, the better you play the opening ... '
GEORGE BOTTERILL , former British Champion, commenting on the third game of a titanic struggle with 13-year-old JULIAN HODGSON , who beat his first ' Master' at the age of 11 and was London Amateur Champion at 12.
A chance to see the second of our rising young stars in this knock-out tournament for the BBC2 chess trophy and a first prize of L250. Round 1, Game 3
Julian Hodgson , the youngest player ever to compete in the recent Hastings Challenge tournament v
George Botterill , lecturer at Aberystwyth University, who played No 1 board for Wales in last year's chess Olympics.
Expert analysis by Leonard Barden
'Designer JOHN BONE
Director GEOFF WALMSLEY Producer ROBERT TONER

Contributors

Presented By: Jeremy James
Unknown: George Botterill
Unknown: Julian Hodgson
Unknown: Julian Hodgson
Unknown: George Botterill
Unknown: Leonard Barden
Director: Geoff Walmsley
Producer: Robert Toner

: The Morecambe and Wise Show

starring
Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise written by EDDIE BRABEN ERIC and ERNIE'S guests
The Karlins, Vincent Zarra
Ann Hamilton , Arthur Tolcher
Orchestra directed by PETER KNIGHT Designer VICTOR MEREDITH Producer ERNEST MAXIN

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Morecambe
Unknown: Ernie Wise
Written By: Eddie Braben
Unknown: Vincent Zarra
Unknown: Ann Hamilton
Directed By: Peter Knight
Designer: Victor Meredith
Producer: Ernest Maxin

: Eleanor Marx

A serial in three parts : Eleanor by ANDREW DAVIES ELEANOR
: '... You must have known for some time how fond I am of Edward. And he says he is fond of me ... So ... we're going to set up together. You know what his position is - you know he's married.' starring and with Designer CHRIS PEMSEL Make-up JEAN STEWARD Lighting CLIVE THOMAS Producer LOUIS MARKS Director JANE HOWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Davies Eleanor
Designer: Chris Pemsel
Unknown: Clive Thomas
Director: Jane Howell
Eleanor Marx: Jennie Stoller
Dr Edward Aveling: Alan Dobie
Engels: Nigel Hawthorne
Spy: Gideon Kolb
Bradlaugh: Roger Hume
Annie Besant: Ann Windsor
Mary Ellen: Tina Marian
Lenchen: Patsy Byrne
Will Thorne: David Daker
Freddy Demuth: Philip Joseph
Dolly Maitland: Chrissy Iddon
Ernest Radford: Terence Wilton
Innkeeper: Frederick Hall
John Burns: Jay Neill
Chairman: Alfred Hoffman
Louise: Thomasine Heiner
Solicitor: Alan Dudley

: The Age of Uncertainty

A 13-part personal view by John Kenneth Galbraith of the rise and crisis of Industrial Society
2: The Manners and Morals of High Capitalism
* It's a peculiarity of the rich that, of all classes, they are much noticed but very little studied.'
PROFESSOR GALBRAITH looks at the ideas that sustained the rich in the last century and how they still affect our attitudes today. HERBERT SPENCER justified the money-making in straight Darwinian terms as 'survival of the fittest'.
THORSTEIN VEBLEN thought a parallel with the Papuan savages a more appropriate one.
Film cameraman PHIL MÉHEUX Film editor PAUL CARTER Designer COLIN LOWREY Producer MICK JACKSON
Executive producer ADRIAN MALONE

Contributors

Unknown: John Kenneth Galbraith
Unknown: Herbert Spencer
Editor: Paul Carter
Designer: Colin Lowrey
Producer: Mick Jackson
Producer: Adrian Malone

: Centre Play: The House on the Hill

by Peter Ransley
with Elisabeth Bergner as Ellen
"My name in all the cafes. A topic of conversation. So many men. So many!" Ellen's past has been eventful and glamorous, but now her future hangs in the balance.
"To a good role, Miss Bergner brought an exceptional performance" (OBSERVER)

Contributors

Writer: Peter Ransley
Producer: Richard Broke
Director: John Bruce
Ellen: Elisabeth Bergner
Peter: Dennis Waterman
Boyd: Frederick Farley
Chairman: Roger Milner
Judge: Tom Criddle
Foster: Edwin Brown
Prestwick: Kenneth Watson
Charteris: Charles Collingwood
The Psychiatrist: Bernard Hepton

: Late News on 2

Weather

: Closedown

Georgine Anderson reads The
Faithful Wife by PATRICIA BEER

Contributors

Unknown: Georgine Anderson
Unknown: Patricia Beer








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