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: Play School

Story: The W::totc Pattern (trad) adapted by Irene Cockfroft
presenters, Carol Chell, Ben BMett
pianist Peter Pontzen
Designer JOHN ASBRIDGEOFT
Scripts devised by IRENE COCKROFT

Contributors

Adapted By: Irene Cockfroft
Pianist: Peter Pontzen
Designer: John Asbridge
Story adapted by/Scripts devised by: Irene Cockroft
Director: Christine Hewitt
Executive Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Open University

4.50 S101 Preparatory Maths-Angles,
5.5 seeing Through Draw.ngs.

: Laurel and Hardy: Our Wife

Ollie decides to elope, but leaves Stanley to make the arrangements!
A Hal Roach film. (Black and white)

Contributors

Producer: Hal Roach
Director: James W. Horne
Stan: Stan Laurel
Ollie: Oliver Hardy

: Turned Out Nice Again

continues a season of films starring the great Lancashire comedian
[Starring] George Formby
with Peggy Bryan, Edward Chapman
George Pearson is factory foreman at Dawson's Underwear factory and when he gets promoted to overseer, the rise is enough for him to get married. Unfortunately for George and Lydia. his mum wants to go on their honeymoon...
This is not only one of Formby's best movies, but as a social comedy it is both sophisticated and accurate in its observation and in its anticipation of Women s Lib.
(Black and white)
Films, page

Contributors

Screenplay: Austin Melford
Screenplay: John Dighton
Screenplay: Basil Dearden
Producer: Michael Balcon
Director: Marcel Varnel
George Pearson: George Formby
Lydia Pearson: Peggy Bryan
Uncle Arnold: Edward Chapman
Mrs Pearson: Elliott Mason
Geratd Dawson: MacKenzie Ward
Mr Dawson: O.B. Clarence
Ne!son: Ronald Ward
LargOS: John Salew
Remover: Wilfrid Hyde White
Drunk: Hay Petrie
Diner: Michael Rennie

: Mid-Evening News

including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard of-heanng, followed by Weather

: Newsweek

Each week Newsweek investigates a current issue in context and in ctose-up, and analyses the ideas that matter now and in the future.
Deputy editor PETER CERESOLE Editor PETER tBBOTSOt )

Contributors

Editor: Peter Ceresole
Editor: Peter Tbbotsot

: Maestro

The last of four programmes Henry Cotton
Few men have done more to transform attitudes in sport than HENRY COTTON . When he became a professional golfer Cotton, like all pros', was excluded from the clubhouse. Now he is respected and welcomed throughout the world and in every clubhouse, as a golHng ambassador. His success in competitions is legendary-three Open Championships testify to that. Latterly, he has designed golf courses, including one at Penina in Portugal's AIgarve, where he now lives.
Tonight, Peter AtUss talks to golf s elder statesman.
Film editor Ht-FNit ZAKI ProducerJEFF GODDARD

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Cotton
Unknown: Henry Cotton
Talks: Peter Atuss
Editor: Ht-Fnit Zaki
Producer: Jeff Goddard

: Premiere

A new series of films by directors making their drama TV debut. Story Without a Here by MAGGIE WADEY with and introducing
When Hell's Angels hit Muriel's seaside town she grabs daughter Karen and follows. Years ago her husband rode away on his bike and left her, but it's always possible that she might find him - or someone! As it happens both mother and daughter have unexpected encounters,
Photographed by KEN WESTBURY Sound recordist GRAHAM HARE
Film editor HOWARD BILLINGHAM
DesignerCOLIN GREEN
Producer GRAHAM BENSON
Director, MICKY DOLENZ

Contributors

Unknown: Maggie Wadey
Unknown: Ken Westbury
Unknown: Graham Hare
Editor: Howard Billingham
Designer: Colin Green
Producer: Graham Benson
Director: Micky Dolenz
Muriel: Sandy Raicliff
A H: Derek Smith
Karen: Mandy Mealing
Tafftin: George Sweeney
Pike: Peter Alexander
Silver: Hilary Minster
Doug: Michael Cassidy
Angel: Nick Gillard
Couple on bench: Winefride Shelley
Couple on bench: Derek Gray
Garage attendant: Tony Paget

: Kelly Monteith

The fifth of a six-part comedy series in which Kelly Monteith, one of America's brightest young comedians, presents his uniquely comic view of life.
Written by KELLY MONTEITH and NEIL SHAND featuring
Gabrielle Drake with Tim Barrett , Sandra Fehr Barbara Graley , Max Latimer
Nicholas McArdle ,Martin Smith
Music composed by RONNIE HAZLEHURST Sound MICHAEL MCCARTHY Lighting ERIC WALLIS
Designer RICHARD MCMANAN SMITH Director STANLEY APPEL Producer JAMES MOIR

Contributors

Written By: Kelly Monteith
Unknown: Neil Shand
Unknown: Gabrielle Drake
Unknown: Tim Barrett
Unknown: Sandra Fehr
Unknown: Barbara Graley
Unknown: Max Latimer
Unknown: Nicholas McArdle
Unknown: Martin Smith
Composed By: Ronnie Hazlehurst
Unknown: Michael McCarthy
Unknown: Eric Wallis
Designer: Richard McManan Smith
Director: Stanley Appel
Producer: James Moir

: Diamonds in the Sky: 7: Flying into the Future

The last programme in a series which examines the impact of air travel on ourselves and the world we live in. Presented by Julian Pettifer

Whatever technical challenges aviation engineers may be resolving, the whole future of air travel - as a social force - still holds many unanswered questions.
Who will fly where and in what? Will millions more who have not yet flown take to the air? Is growth in air traffic inevitable? Will fuel be the limiting factor? Will there be giant new airports, or will the protesters win the day? In this final programme, Julian Pettifer journeys to a variety of countries to see where civil aviation has brought us in the last 60 years and to ask where it may take us all in the future.

Book (same title), £7.95, from bookshops. Theme music (RESL 72) from record shops.

Contributors

Presenter: Julian Pettifer
Film Cameraman: Jim Peirson
Film Cameraman: Nigel Walters
Film Recordist: Ron Brown
Film Recordist: Ron Keightley
Film Editor: David Lee
Executive Producer: Richard Cawston
Producer: Colin Luke

: Richard Stilgoe

takes an optimistic look at the week, with his guests Barbara Dickson and her Band and the Cambridge Buskers
DirectorDEREK TOWERS
Producer KEN STEPHINSON BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Dickson
Director: Derek Towers
Producer: Ken Stephinson

: The White, the Black, and the Purple

' The churches in America are places of business. They've become sellers and purveyors of flesh. They're whorehouses. The national cathedral is an abomination.' Those are the views of Mitch Snyder, a leading Christian activist in Washington DC.
MITCH SNYDER is white.
' Power corrupts, but power is a reality. It's what we have and it doesn't scare me a bit.'
Says John Walker , the new bishop of the traditionally white Anglo-Saxon and Protestant Episcopalians in Washington. JOHN WALKER is black. leuan Davies tells of some of the contradictions which surround the building of a vast new cathedral in that city of social conflicts which is the capital of the United States.
Film editor SAM GUPTA
Producer SELWYN RODERICK BBC Cymru/Wales

Contributors

Unknown: Mitch Snyder
Unknown: John Walker
Unknown: . John Walker
Editor: Sam Gupta
Producer: Selwyn Roderick

: Late News

Weather

: Closedown

CWEN WATFORD reads In the Xight by ELIZABETH JENXINGS

Contributors

Unknown: Cwen Watford
Unknown: Elizabeth Jenxings








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