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: Play School

Story:
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor by MAI KEEN ROFFEY and BERNARD LODGE. Presenters Sarah Long , Johnny Ball

Contributors

Presenters: Sarah Long
Presenters: Johnny Ball

: Closedown

: Laurel and Hardy: One Good Turn

Stan and Ollie prove once again that they are pastmasters in the art of misunderstanding.

Contributors

Director: James W. Horne
Stan: Stan Laurel
Ollie: Oliver Hardy

: Grange Hill

The last of 16 episodes by PHIL REDMOND
Doyle wants revenge for Penny's renewed attack on him.
Grange Hill pupils:

Contributors

Unknown: Phil Redmond
Alan Humphries: George Armstrong
Cathy Hargreaves: Lyndy Brill
Karen Stanton: Carey Born
Tucker Jenkins: Todd Carty
Penny Lewis: Ruth Davies
Andrew Stanton: Mark Eadie
Gary Hargreaves: Mark Farmer
: Robosean Gascoine
Michael Doyle: Vincent Hall
Trisha Yates: Michelle Herbert
Billy Phillips: Tony London
Antoni Karamanopolis: Vivian Mann
Tracy Edwards: Mandy Mealing
Justin Bennett: Robert Craig Morgan
Benny Green: Terry Sue Patt
Susi McMahon: Linda Slater
Hughes: Donald Waugh
Mr Thomas: David Adams
Mr Garfield: Graham Ashley
Mr Taylor: Gerald Blackmore
Miss Peterson: Cheryl Branker
Mr Hopwood: Brian Capron
Mr Baxter: Michael Cronin
Mrs Carrington: Joan Harsant
Mr Keating: Robert Hartley
Mrs Cooney: Maryann Turner
Li brari an: Kate West
Mr Sutcliffe: James Wynn

: For Valour

Written and presented by General Sir John Hackett
It was not until George III had been king for 30 years that medals began to be issued by the Crown as a normal practice. Although many beautiful medals were struck at this time, they often commemorated appalling and savage battles.
This programme looks at fighting conditions and medals in the century that culminated in the Napoleonic Wars.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir John Hackett
Unknown: George Iii

: One Hundred Great Paintings

This week's theme: War Delacroix (1798-1863) Massacre at Chios
Written and narrated by Anita Brookner
Delacroix had never been outside France when he painted the massacre of 20,000 Greek civilians by the Turks at Chios, creating perhaps the mightiest elegy for the victims of war ever painted.
Directed by KENNETH CORDEN
(Tomorrow: Picasso's ' Guernica ')

Contributors

Unknown: Anita Brookner
Directed By: Kenneth Corden

: News Summary

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

: Starring Doris Day: Caprice

with Richard Harris
The last of Doris Day's leading men in this season, Richard Harris , plays a double-agent whose double-crosses are mostly double-bluff in this fast-moving, glossy comedy of industrial espionage. As career-girl Patricia Foster , Doris Day has a swinging time - mostly from balconies and helicopters - while pursuing her own line of enquiry with a most unexpected result.
Screenplay by JAY JAYSON and FRANK TASHLIN Produced by AARON ROSENBERG and MARTIN MELCHER Directed by FRANK TASHLIN Films: page 23

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Harris
Unknown: Richard Harris
Unknown: Patricia Foster
Unknown: Jay Jayson
Produced By: Aaron Rosenberg
Produced By: Martin Melcher
Directed By: Frank Tashlin
Patricia Foster: Doris Day
Christopher White: Richard Harris
Stuart Clancy: Ray Walston
Matthew Cutter: Jack Kruschen
Sir Jason Fox: Edward Mulhare
Madame Piasco: Lilia Skala
Su Ling: Irene Tsu
Inspector Kapinsky: Larry D Mann
Auber: Maurice Marsac
Butler: Michael Romanoff
Mandy: Lisa Seagram
Barney: Michael J Pollard

: Russell Harty

Tonight and every Thursday Russell Harty invites you to join him and his guests in the BBC's Manchester studios for an unpredictable half-hour of live entertainment.
Studio director PETER HAMILTON Producer KEN STEPHINSON Editor GORDON WATTS

Contributors

Unknown: Russell Harty
Director: Peter Hamilton
Producer: Ken Stephinson
Editor: Gordon Watts

: Great Railway Journeys of the World

The last of seven travel films Changing Trains with Eric Robson
First-class luxury on the Cisalpin from Paris to Montreux. Rack and pinion up and down Rigi Mountain. Steam at Zillerthal. Children running their own railway in Hungary.
You can fly from London to Budapest in three hours. This journey involves 16 trains and as much time as you like.
Europe's railway network is still alive and well, but for how much longer?
Music composed and conducted by HERBERT CHAPPELL Film cameraman IAN PUNTER Film editor DAVE KING
Series producer ROGER LAUCHTON Director PETER BARTLETT BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Robson
Conducted By: Herbert Chappell
Producer: Roger Lauchton
Director: Peter Bartlett

: Oscar Peterson-Words and Music

The last of six programmes in which the foremost jazz pianist shares conversation and music with special international guests Yehudi Menuhin , Victor Feldman also featuring
NIELS HENNING PEDERSEN (bass) and MARTIN DREW (drums)
Programme associate BENNY GREEN Sound HUGH BARKER Lighting
KEN MACGREGOR
Designers TONY BURROUGH , JOHN O'HARA Production YVONNE LITTLEWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Yehudi Menuhin
Unknown: Victor Feldman
Bass: Niels Henning Pedersen
Unknown: Martin Drew
Unknown: Benny Green
Unknown: Hugh Barker
Unknown: Ken MacGregor
Designers: Tony Burrough
Designers: John O'Hara
Unknown: Yvonne Littlewood

: Newsnight









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