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: Play School

Story: "Great Day for Up" Written by Dr Seuss
Illustrated by Quentin Blake
Presenters
Elizabeth Millbank, Fred Harris

Contributors

Story written By: Dr Seuss
Illustrated by: Quentin Blake
Presenter: Elizabeth Millbank
Presenter: Fred Harris

: Closedown

: World Bowls

The Embassy
World Indoor Bowls
< Championship
The first day's play at Coatbriilge Indoor Bowling Club where: 16 players compete for the first prize of £4,500. Live coverage from this afternoon's match between defending World Indoor* Champion john WatsOn and English Champion miKE LUKEr. This morning
tony allcock (Englandplayed burnie
GILL (Canada); .^
Producer bill malcolm bbcScotland
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Contributors

Unknown: John Watson
Unknown: Mike Luker.
Unknown: Tony Allcock

: Robinson Crusoe of Clipper Island

A serial in 14 chapters 13: Mutiny
In which Princess Melani regains her throne,- the despicable Porotu meets his just desetts and mala's trap.for the masterspy HK suffers a serious setback with a aaring and devilish kidnap in mid-air.
Directed by MACK v. WRIGHT , RAY TAYLOR A REPUBLIC serial

Contributors

Directed By: MacK V. Wright
Directed By: Ray Taylor
Melahi: Mamo Clark
, JacKson: Herbeil'ÃŽ\ :it\wlinson'
Hawks: Herbert Rawlinson
Tupper: John Ward
Ellsworth: John Dilson
Canfield: Selmer Jackson
Porotu: John Picorri
Draker: George Chesebro

: The Waltons: The Gold Watch

Guest stars William Schalvert as Stanley Perkins, Carolyn Coates as Elvira Perkins, Lisa Harrison as Toni Hazelton
Based on Earl Hamner jr's autobiographical novel "Spencer's Mountain"
Written by Juliet Packer
Directed by Walt Gilmore

Contributors

Written by: Juliet Packer
Directed by: Walt Gilmore
Jason: Jon Walmsley
Mary Ellen: Judy Norton-Taylor
Erin: Mary Beth McDonough
Ben: Eric Scott
Jim-Bob: David W. Harper
Elizabeth: Kami Cotter
Ike Godsey: Joe Conley
Corabeth: Ronnie Claire Edwards
The narrator: Earl Hamner
Rose: Peggy Rea
Cindy: Leslie Winston
Emily Baldwin: Mary Jackson
Mamie Baldwin: Helen Kleeb
Stanley Perkins: William Schalvert
Elvira Perkins: Carolyn Coates
Toni Hazelton: Lisa Harrison

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: SF Film Festival: When Worlds Collide

starring Richard Derr, Barbara Hush
The doomed, hurtling into headlong collision with the planet
Bellus. Mankind's only hope is to land a 'colonising group on Bellus's satellite Zyra. so a band of scientists begin a race against time to build an inter-planetary rocket which will enable a few people to escape Armageddon and start a new civilisation elsewhere.
This classic 'end-of-the-world' movie won an Oscar in 1951 for its colourful and striking special effects.
Screenplay by sidney-wmiim^ "i *5 Based on a novel by EDWIN BALMER and PHILIP WYLIE Produced by GibRGE PAL , Dirtcted by Films. page12 ,

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Derr
Unknown: Barbara Hush
Novel By: Edwin Balmer
Novel By: Philip Wylie
Produced By: Gibrge Pal
Davg Randall: Richard Derr
Joyce Hendron: Barbara Rush
Professor H€nrfron: Larity Keaiing
Tony Drate- '^;: Vyeter Hanson
Mr Stariton: John ┊iji^iiji^i
Dean Frye: Stbj*hen Chase
Harold Ferris: null ^^frakk^jh'-':-
Dr Bronsen: Hayden Rorke"
Dr Bronsen: null Haydenrorke

: Russell Harty

Live from London's Greenwood Theatre , television's most unpredictable show. There'll be music, conversation, and, as always, star-studded entertainment.
Studio director RON ISTED Producer TOM GITTTERIDCE
(The next Russell Harty programme is on Thursday at 8.25 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Greenwood Theatre
Director: Ron Isted
Producer: Tom Gittteridce
Unknown: Russell Harty

: Doctors' Dilemmas

A series of six programmes in which Ian Kennedy , Reader in Law at King's College, London, examines the principles that guide doctors when they treat us. 5: The Trial
When a new treatment is developed, it is tested on a group of the sick people it is designed to help. Should they always be volunteers, consenting freely and knowing fully all the possible hazards and benefits?
For this programme, Prof Norman Bleehen, of Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, designed a clinical trial aimed at helping patients seriously ill with lung cancer. Their fully informed consent was not to be sought. Prof Bleehen 's proposal is discussed by Dr Peter Emerson and Prof Christopher Wastell of the Westminster Hospital and Mrs Jean Robinson , a lay member of the General Medical Council.
Film editor JOHN DAVIES Producer OLIVER MORSE
Executive producer DAVID PATERSON

Contributors

Reader: Ian Kennedy
Unknown: Prof Norman
Unknown: Prof Bleehen
Unknown: Dr Peter Emerson
Unknown: Prof Christopher
Unknown: Mrs Jean Robinson
Editor: John Davies
Producer: Oliver Morse
Producer: David Paterson

: Arena: Boulez Now

Pierre Boulez, leading composer of the post-war generation, later a powerful and innovative conductor, is now the head of an extraordinary experimental studio in Paris. This huge underground music laboratory was built especially for Boulez beneath the Pompidou Centre. Here for the past-seven years, accompanied by computers and music assistants, he has been developing his.most ambitious work to date - "Répons". It had a huge success at last year's Proms. In tonight's film he shares his ideas and methods of working, introducing. extracts from "Répons" and describes his enthusiasm for opening a window on a new world of sound.
With the Ensemble Intercontemporain conducted by Pierre Boulez.

Contributors

Subject: Pierre Boulez
Narrator: Lyndon Brook
Musicians: Ensemble Intercontemporain
Conducted by: Pierre Boulez
Photography: John Hooper
Film Editor: Charles Chabot
Associate Director: Peter West
Producer: Alan Yentob
Director: Barrie Gavin

: Newsnight

JOHN TUSA , PETER SNOW and DONALD MACCORMICK with JOAN BAKEWELL and LINDA ALEXANDER , present the reports and interviews that matter with the analysis that counts.

Contributors

Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: Joan Bakewell
Unknown: Linda Alexander

: World Bowls

The Embassy World Indoor Bowls Championship from Coatbridge Indoor Bowling Club.
Defending World Indoor Champion John Watson played English Champion Mike Luker, Tony Allcock (England) met Burnie Gill (Canada) and Irish Champion Billy McKelvey was drawn against Commonwealth Games gold medallist Willie Wood.
BBC Scotland

Contributors

Commentator: Dougie Donnelly
Commentator: David Bryant
Commentator: David Rhys Jones
Commentator: Graham Howard








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