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: Open University

6.41 Systems Organisation. 7.5 Physiological Processes. 7.30 Resources for a City.

: Play School

Story: Bring a Breeze
Written by MARGARET JOY Presenters
Floella Benjamin Andrew Secombe
Boole, More Stories from Play School. 65p; Play School, Hello (record REC 425. cassette ZCM 425). Play On (record REC 332. cassette ZCM 332) from retailers

Contributors

Written By: Margaret Joy
Unknown: Floella Benjamin
Unknown: Andrew Secombe

: Closedown

: The First Boy Scouts

A Yesterday's Witness programme In July 1907 a soldier took 20 boys of different social backgrounds to camp on Brownsea Island in Poole Harbour, Dorset. For them it was just a holiday of a special sort; for the soldier it was an important experiment. He was Lieutenant General Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell, and the boys, although they didn't realise it at the time, were prototype boy scouts.
For the film, three of those Brownsea Island boys met together for the first time since 1907 and returned to the site of the camp. Some of the first boy scouts remember their pioneering days. The only woman scoutmaster in the country recalls her days in 1908 as an unofficial ' girl scout '; and Olave, Lady Baden-Powell - now world Chief Guide - tells of marrying the boys' hero in 1912. Produced by STEPHEN PEET Directed by TIM BYFORD

Contributors

Produced By: Stephen Peet
Directed By: Tim Byford

: Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward

in conversation with lain Johnstone at the Television Centre in London. A Film 82 Special
Director DAVID F. TURNBULL
Executive producer BARRY BROWN
(lain Johnstone interviews Candice Bergen tomorrow at 6.25 pm)
Film news and reviews on Cec/ax

Contributors

Director: David F. Turnbull
Producer: Barry Brown

: Six Fifty-five Special

Sit tight and hang on to your seats for another lively evening of music and conversation, where anything can happen.
Introduced by Sally James and special guest presenter David Soul

Contributors

Introduced By: Sally James
Presenter: David Soul

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: Food and Drink

Presented by Simon Bates and Gillian Miles
Lager: are we getting the real thing?
Canteen Food: ruining our health? Fruit and Vegetables: this week's best buys from Jonathan Choat.
Some of the subjects investigated in this topical series about What, why, when and where we eat and drink, including a special restaurant report from Russell Harty.
Film directors
SIMON HAMMOND , ROBERT TONER Studio director JILL MARSHALL Producer HENRY MURRAY

Contributors

Presented By: Simon Bates
Presented By: Gillian Miles
Unknown: Jonathan Choat.
Unknown: Russell Harty.
Unknown: Simon Hammond
Unknown: Robert Toner
Director: Jill Marshall
Producer: Henry Murray

: The Past Afloat

A series of eight films written and presented by Anthony Burton 5:The Silver Darlings
Going to sea to catch herrings, 1 the silver darlings', led to specialised fishing techniques with specially designed boats, and the development of fishing communities to service the industry. ANTHONY BURTON visits the Scottish Fisheries Museum at Anstruther, St Katharine's Dock, London, and the RNLI Lifeboat Museum at Redcar.
Film editor KEITH WILTON Producer MICHAEL GARROD

Contributors

Presented By: Anthony Burton
Unknown: Anthony Burton
Editor: Keith Wilton
Producer: Michael Garrod

: Our Undersea World

Torrey Canyon Today
Fifteen years ago a supertanker, loaded with crude oil, rammed the Seven Stones Reef off Land's End and caused widespread pollution. Torrey Canyon achieved worldwide notoriety overnight as an illustration of the environmental risks of a modern society. Bombed and set ablaze, she has been hidden since at the bottom of the reef.
The underwater camera team of Laurie Emberson and Jeff Good man show us what she's like today.
Film editor MIKE BOW
Producer KEITH BLACKLER

Contributors

Unknown: Laurie Emberson
Unknown: Jeff Good
Producer: Keith Blackler

: Jane

^vbyMERVYNHAISMAN
music by NEIL INNES starring
Glynis Barber as Jane Why does Jane fear a full frontal attack? Find out in the second nightly instalment of her wartime adventures.

Contributors

Music By: Neil Innes
Unknown: Glynis Barber
Unknown: Jane Why

: John Ford Season: Three Godfathers

starring John
Wayne Pedro Armendariz , Harry Carey Jr Desperate for water, three outlaws running from Sheriff Sweet come upon a dying mother and her baby in the desert. The woman begs them to take the child with them. Like three travellers 2,000 years before, their destination is Jerusalem - New Jerusalem, Arizona.
Ford's elegiac Western is dedicated to Harry Carey - ' Bright star of the early Western sky '.
Screenplay by LAURENCE STALLINGS and FRANK S. NUGENT Produced by MERIAN C . COOPER
Directed by JOHN FORD. Films: page 11

Contributors

Unknown: Wayne Pedro Armendariz
Unknown: Harry Carey
Unknown: Harry Carey
Unknown: Laurence Stallings
Unknown: Frank S. Nugent
Produced By: Merian C . Cooper
Directed By: John Ford.
Robert Hightower: John Wayne
Pete: Pedro Armendariz
'The Kid': Harry Carey Jr
'Buck' Perley Sweet: Ward Bond
Mrs Perley Sweet: Mae Marsh
Mother: Mildred Natwick
Miss Florrie: Jane Darwell
Posse member: Ben Johnson

: Newsnight









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