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: Worktalk

A series of five training films
4: T'ain't what you say, it's the way that you say it ...
TOM jupp of the National Centre for Industrial Language Training. With RENU SETNA , NORMAN WARWICK , EDWARD KELSEY and ROBERT EAST .
Written and directed by PAUL KRIWACZEK Producer john TWITCHIN

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Jupp
Unknown: Renu Setna
Unknown: Norman Warwick
Unknown: Edward Kelsey
Unknown: Robert East
Directed By: Paul Kriwaczek
Producer: John Twitchin

: Interval

: Play School

: Closedown

: The Business World

A series of ten programmes with DAVID BLAKE and LINDA REILLY
4: Show Business - A new BBC radio station, Radio Scotland, opened in November last year. What are its objectives?
Director PETER LEE-WRIGHT ProducerCHRIS JELLEY (First Shownl on BBC1)

Contributors

Unknown: David Blake
Unknown: Linda Reilly
Director: Peter Lee-Wright
Producer: Chris Jelley

: Interval

: Crime Writers

: Interval

: The Living City

: Interval

: Conversazioni

iShown last Sunday on BBC1 or 10.10 am)

: Closedown

: Open University

Countdown to the on Programme 4.

: Interval

: News on 2 Headlines

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

: Charlie Chaplin: The Rink

Contributors

A Waiter: Charlie Chaplin

: The Fishing Race

Throwing a rock into a fisherman's swim is like knocking down a small boy's sandcastle. The consequences are equally dramatic and tonight we capture Deputy Headmaster Gillespie in a performance of rare distinction. Written and narrated by IAN WOOLDRIDGE
Producer MICHAEL BEGG

Contributors

Unknown: Headmaster Gillespie
Unknown: Ian Wooldridge
Producer: Michael Begg

: In the Making

The Whittington Press which
John Handle runs from an idyllic setting in Gloucestershire, but that's where the romance ends.
Series producer JOHN READ
Producer DIANA LASHMORE

Contributors

Unknown: John Handle
Producer: Diana Lashmore

: The Great Egg Race

Introduced by Brian Cant and Charlotte Allen.

In tonight's final programme the Champions of BBC Radio Leicester - Richard Gillie and BBC Radio Solent - Kevin Barlow, have their chance to try to beat the record distance of 183.3 metres set last week by the BBC Radio Nottingham Champion - Robert Clark.

For the Supreme Champion, a cheque for £250 and the Hartmann Fibre Trophy.
Problem-solving teams from University College, London; AERE Harwell and CEGB, Berkeley Nuclear Laboratories, have just two hours to design and build an 'egg flipping' device.

Series judge, Heinz Wolff. Head of Bio-Engineering at the Clinical Research Centre.
Specialist judge, Michael French. Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Lancaster and also The Great International Egg Race from The Ontario Science Centre, Toronto. Canada, with Canada v America v Great Britain.

Contributors

Presenter: Brian Cant
Presenter: Charlotte Allen
Theme Music: Richard Denton
Theme Music: Martin Cook
Studio Director: Roy Norton
Producer: Peter Bruce

: The Master Game

Presented by Jeremy James , with commentary by William Hartston. Players battle for the Master Game Trophy in a competition unique to the world of chess.
Round 1, Game 5 Forintos v Larsen Together with Hort, Bent Larsen from Denmark is the joint favourite to win the Master Game tournament. Tonight he must play the most difficult match in the first round when he faces Gyozo Forin tos, one of Hungary's leading Grandmasters for the past ten years - a dangerous opponent who knows the Larsen style and just when to launch a counter-attack.
Designer JOHN BONE
Director SANDRA WAINWRIGHT Producer ROBERT TONER

Contributors

Presented By: Jeremy James
Commentary By: William Hartston.
Unknown: Gyozo Forin
Designer: John Bone
Director: Sandra Wainwright
Producer: Robert Toner

: The Mid-Evening News

Weather on 2

: Life on Earth: 3: The First Forests

A natural history by David Attenborough
A series of 13 programmes
For most of earth's history there was no life on land. But over 400 million years ago some tiny plants began an invasion from the water closely followed by the first animals - the ancestors of millipedes and insects. Other predatory pioneers evolved into scorpions and spiders. For life that evolved in the sea, dry land posed problems: rigid body support was needed as well as complex methods of sexual reproduction since eggs and sperm could no longer mix freely in water. How did plants and animals deal with such problems and how did their subsequent pattern of co-evolution eventually lead to the development of flowers?
BBC Bristol.

Contributors

Presenter/writer: David Attenborough
Photography: Maurice Fisher
Photography: London Scientific Films
Photography: Mantis Wildlife Films
Photography: Oxford Scientific Films
Film Editor: Ron Martin
Music: Edward Williams
Executive Producer: Christopher Parsons

: Call My Bluff

between Frank Muir, Hayley Mills, Kingsley Amis and Patrick Campbell, Diane Cilento, Anton Rodgers
Referee Robert Robinson
Call My Bluff devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN.
Director ALAN BELL
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Muir
Unknown: Hayley Mills
Unknown: Patrick Campbell
Unknown: Diane Cilento
Unknown: Anton Rogers
Unknown: Robert Robinson
Unknown: Mark Goodson
Unknown: Bill Todman
Director: Alan Bell
Producer: Johnny Downes

: Man Alive

This week: Rape
Is rape a crime against all women? Is the legal definition inadequate? Do the victims lead men on? Why do men rape?
Man Alive asked Anna Raeburn and David Munro to make this film enquiry. Since 1953 the recorded incidents of rape (many are not reported) in London alone have increased by over 1,000 per cent. As with all crimes of violence. the cruelty of attacks has reached terrifying proportions. It is now estimated that 30 women a day are raped for no other apparent reason than that they are ' fair game '.
Together with doctors, sex educators and psychologists, three rape victims and a rapist talk to ANNA RAEBURN; their stories reveal serious shortcomings of the law and, more important, of our society.
Producer DAVID MUNRO Editor TIM SLESSOR

Contributors

Unknown: Anna Raeburn
Unknown: David Munro
Producer: David Munro
Editor: Tim Slessor

: George Hamilton IV and Friends

The last of a series hosted by top international country stars. This week's guests
Mary O'Hara , The Hillsiders also introducing from Canada Colleen Peterson and from Sweden the gospel music of The Samuelsons
Musical director LAURIE HOLLOWAY Sound LARRY GOODSON
Lighting BILL MILLAR. Designer JOHN STOUT Production YVONNE LITTLEWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Mary O'Hara
Director: Laurie Holloway
Unknown: Bill Millar.
Unknown: Yvonne Littlewood

: Late News

Weather

: The Old Grey Whistle Test

with Anne Nightingale In the studio this week:
Walter Egan , Sniff n the Tears
Director TOMCORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Nightingale
Unknown: Walter Egan
Producer: Michael Appleton








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