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: Play School

Presenters
Carol Chell , Stuart McGugan
(Repeat. For details see BBC1 at 3.55 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Carol Chell
Unknown: Stuart McGugan

: Closedown

: International Tennis

The Barratt
World Doubles Championship Continued coverage of this afternoon's matches.
Introduced by DESMOND LYNAM Commentators DAN MASKELL JOHN BARRETT MARK COX
Producers JOHNNNIE WATHERSTON and ALASTAIR SCOTT

Contributors

Introduced By: Desmond Lynam
Commentators: Dan Maskell
Commentators: John Barrett
Producers: Johnnnie Watherston
Producers: Alastair Scott

: Children's Music Theatre

The Making of Bendigo Boswell
Over the past seven years Children's Music Theatre has become one of the most outstanding and successful attractions on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Few of the performers become professional actors, so it was just for the sheer fun of it that 100 children gave up their summer holidays last year and worked impossible schedules to put their two shows on the stage. They gave 24 performances in 18 days, as well as rehearsals, broadcasts and publicity stunts.
Bendigo Boswell was commissioned by BBC Television. The cast ranges in age from 9 to 17, and their complete performance, recorded in Edinburgh, can be seen on BBC2 tomorrow. Tonight s film goes back to the first auditions, even before the play was written, and traces the progress from an outline idea to an award-winning production.
Film cameraman TONY MAYNE Film editors LOIS DRINKWATER and ANGUS NEWTON
Producer DAVID BUCKTON

Contributors

Unknown: Bendigo Boswell
Editors: Lois Drinkwater
Editors: Angus Newton
Producer: David Buckton

: Inside Women's Magazines: Feminism and Femininity

The last of five programmes
This film looks at how the mass weekly, Woman's Own, is constantly evolving - but always slowly and subtly, never too far ahead or behind its readers. By contrast Spare Rib , a feminist monthly, wants nothing less than a revolution in women's attitudes. With Iris Burton, editor of Woman's Own, The Spare Rib Collective, Dr Cynthia White and Dr Marjorie Ferguson

Contributors

Unknown: Spare Rib
Unknown: Iris Burton
Unknown: Dr Cynthia White
Unknown: Dr Marjorie Ferguson

: Oxford Road Show

Peter Powell opens another issue of the electronic magazine live from Studio A, Manchester.
Director JULIET MAY
Producer PETER HAMILTON

Contributors

Producer: Peter Hamilton

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: Did You See...?

Featuring highlights from all four channels. With discussion of the series that has reassessed The Sixties (C4), Dahrendorf on Britain (BBC1) which analyses the present state of the nation, and Anyone for Denis (Thames). With presenter Ludovic Kennedy and three guests.
Producer JOHN ARCHER

Contributors

Presenter: Ludovic Kennedy
Producer: John Archer

Blog posts that mention this programme:

Tanner, Tewson and Thorne - Three Ts of Character Acting 25 January 2019
Tanner, Tewson and Thorne - Three Ts of Character Acting 25 January 2019

: Cricket: Fifth Test

Australia v England from Sydney
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the final day's play.
Television presentation by CHANNEL 9 AUSTRALIA

Contributors

Introduces: Richie Benaud

: Gaskin

by STEPHEN WAKELAM , featuring
Graham Gaskin says it is not just his story -'It's all the other little
Gaskins we never hear about ... and it ain't history. It's now!
Photography PATRICK TURLEY Film editor PAM BOSWORTH Producer PETER WOLFES Director ALAN BELL
Executive producer JOHN PURDIE

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Wakelam
Unknown: Graham Gaskin
Unknown: Patrick Turley
Director: Alan Bell
Producer: John Purdie
Graham Gaskin: Paul McGann
John Rossington: Hilton McRae
Graham (aged 5): Phillp Mooney
Scotch Ian: Peter Faulkner
Carol Deans: Stephanie Fayerman
Casualty doctor: Ina Clough
Graham (aged 9): Andrew Carroll
Police cadet: John Wild
Mr Gaskin: Phil Whitchurch
Psychiatrist: Stuart Richman
Miss Threapleton: Paula Tilbrook
Charge nurse: Ray Burnside
Nurse: Mia Soteriou
Frank Oates: Harry Goodier
News Editor: Michael O'Hagan
Graham (aged 13): Neil Mooney
Mr Lawrence: Brian Southwood
Malcolm Bishop: Phil Banyard
Reporter: Alison Key
Trevor: Phil Rose
Rosie Munro: Sandra Voe
Ned: Chris Darwin
Solicitor: John Grillo
Liberal councillor: Nick Maloney
Labour councillor: Nick Stringer

: World Darts

The Embassy
World Professional Championship The semi-finals
PETER PURVES introduces highlights of tonight's first semi-final played over nine sets to decide one of the places in tomorrow's marathon final. At stake is a first prize of £8,000. Commentators
SID WADDELL and TONY GREEN
Producers KEITH PHILLIPS and NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Introduces: Peter Purves
Unknown: Sid Waddell
Producers: Keith Phillips

: Newsnight

: World Darts

The Embassy World
Professional Championship
Highlights of tonights second semi-final from Jollees Club, Stoke-on-Trent.








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