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: Daytime on Two

9.15 Job Bank
Family Business
Three young people who have gone into the family business. Nikkie who runs a newsagent/grocery shop, Paul who is a partner in an engineering firm and Alison who works on a dairy farm. Producer DAVID MELDRUM
9.38 Going to Work
Helping the Unemployed
When young people leave school there's a chance that they may be unemployed. But they shouldn't give up-there are a lot of people and organisations offering help, advice, friendship and training. Producer PETER WALTON
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Dibs tells a story about Dibs the famous detective. Henry the kangaroo introduces the 'stop-children' sign used at school crossings. Ingi and his brother Steinner go on a picnic. Song: 'Wheels keep turning'.
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN
10.15 Music Time 4: ABA
An introduction to basic musical form, eg binary - AB, and ternary - ABA. The children are asked to listen to a tune, remember it, and recognise it when they hear it again.
Presented by JONATHAN COHEN and HELEN SPEIRS
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
10.38 British Social History The Brambles of Poverty SEEBOHN ROWNTREE 'S investigations into the living conditions of the poor of York in 1899. 11.0 Zig Zag
The Coming of the Caribou During the short Arctic summer, Eskimos continued their search for food. Fish and caribou provided a welcome change from seal meat; fur, bone, antler and a lot of ingenuity provided the clothing and equipment to face the coming winter.
PAUL coia and ANN HANSON look back on those days. Producer JOHN CHAPPLE
*CEEFAX SUBTITLES
11.23 La maree et ses secrets A five-part adventure serial in French by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL and JANE COTTAVE.
4: Les choux-fleurs de Saint-Brieuc
11.42 General Studies
Alternative Ways of Healing 1: Is alternative medicine complementary to, or in conflict with, orthodox medicine? This two-part film looks at alternative therapies such as acupuncture, homoeopathy, osteopathy and hypnosis and hears the views of doctors and practitioners. Narrator NICK ROSS
Producer BRUCE JAMSON
12.10 16 Up -The YTS Report A critical look at the Youth Training Scheme.
4: Question Time
Notes from [address removed] enclosing a 12" 9" sae plus 18p postage
12.40 Plants in Action
Nine programmes on the science behind gardening. 4: Sleeping Beauties
1.5 Rockschool
Eight programmes for budding rock musicians giving hints and tips on playing.
4: Blues and Rock 'n' Roll
1.30 Pages from Ceefax
1.38 Scotland this Century 4: Bombs on Clydeside
The 1941 air raids during the Second World War.
Producer ROBERT CLARK
2.0 Words and Pictures
The King and the Flute Player The bird-catcher can imitate birds with his flute and make up his own songs too - and that nearly gets him into trouble with the King. Presenter VICKY IRELAND
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
2.18 Exploring Science Living in the Soil
The amazing variety of animal life in the upper layers of the soil.
2.40 The Music Arcade 4: Electricity in Music
PETER HOWELL of the BBC
Radiophonic Workshop shows how he created the signature tune to Doctor Who.

Contributors

Producer: David Meldrum
Producer: Peter Walton
Producer: Paul Mitchell
Producer: Richard Callanan
Presented By: Jonathan Cohen
Presented By: Helen Speirs
Producer: Elizabeth Bennett
Unknown: Seebohn Rowntree
Unknown: Ann Hanson
Producer: John Chapple
Unknown: Christopher Russell
Unknown: Jane Cottave.
Narrator: Nick Ross
Producer: Bruce Jamson
Producer: Robert Clark
Producer: Moyra Gambleton
Unknown: Peter Howell

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: World Ski-ing Championships

from Bormio, Italy
The Ladies' Combined Slalom Today's slalom points are added to last week's downhill result to produce a champion all-rounder.
DAVID VINE reports on the race for the Ladies' Combined title while KONRAD BARTELSKI celebrates with the new Men's Downhill World Champion. Television presentation by the ITALIAN TV SERVICE Producer JIM RESIDE

Contributors

Unknown: Konrad Bartelski

: Hollywood Ladies: Anne Baxter in One Desire

also starring Rock Hudson
Seeking his fortune in the boom town of Randsberg, a handsome young poker dealer is sought after by two women. There is Tracey Cromwell from his shady gambling saloon past and Judith Watrous the daughter of the president of the town bank.
Screenplay by LAWRENCE ROMAN and ROBERT BLEES. Based on the novel Tracey Cromwell by CONRAD RICHTER. Produced by ROSS HUNTER. Directed by JERRY HOPPER
• FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: Tracey Cromwell
Unknown: Judith Watrous
Play By: Lawrence Roman
Unknown: Robert Blees.
Unknown: Tracey Cromwell
Unknown: Conrad Richter.
Produced By: Ross Hunter.
Directed By: Jerry Hopper
Tracey Cromwell: Anne Baxter
Clint Saunders: Rock Hudson
Judith Watrous: Julie Adams
Senator Watrous: Carl Benton Reid
Seely: Natalie Wood
Mac Bain: William Hopper
Mrs O'Dell: Betty Garde

: Flower of the Month

with Geoffrey Smith Daffodils
Whether you plant a few bulbs in a bowl or scatter great drifts of them in the garden, daffodils are one sure way of welcoming the spring. Geoffrey Smith reveals the secrets of successful planting to bring out the true character of the flower, and shows what to do with the leaves after the flowers have faded.
Film editor PETER RINGSTED Producer ERICA GRIFFITHS

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Smith
Unknown: Geoffrey Smith
Producer: Erica Griffiths

: Vegetarian Kitchen

In this fifth programme of the series, Sarah Brown visits vegetarians Dr Bob and Samantha Green and their family, and shows how to make two types of pastry using wholewheat flour. Director PAULA GILDER
Producer JENNY STEVENS

Contributors

Unknown: Sarah Brown
Unknown: Samantha Green
Director: Paula Gilder
Producer: Jenny Stevens

: The Bob Monkhouse Show

Bob Monkhouse presents another edition of his international comedy showcase.
This week featuring both the magic and comic touch of Paul Daniels , the striking impressions of Janet Brown and from America the vaudevillian-style of legendary songwriter Sammy Cahn featuring
THE HARRY STONEHAM BAND Programme associate NEIL SHAND Script associate DENNIS BERSON Sound LEN SHOREY
Lighting ERIC WALLIS
Designer VICTOR MEREDITH Director GEOFF MILES
Produced by JOHN FISHER

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Monkhouse
Unknown: Paul Daniels
Unknown: Janet Brown
Songwriter: Sammy Cahn
Unknown: Dennis Berson
Unknown: Eric Wallis
Designer: Victor Meredith
Director: Geoff Miles
Produced By: John Fisher

: Hilary

starring
Marti Caine written by PETER ROBINSON and PETER VINCENT featuring
Jack Smethurst
Philip Madoc , Carolyn Moody and Michael Gough
When some filming takes
TV researcher Hilary Myers up to Yorkshire, she is able to stay with her father in his cottage. He is as cantankerous as ever but also appears to have something on his mind. Hilary has problems of her own - the production expenses have gone astray.
Designer PAUL ALLEN
Produced, directed by HAROLD SNOAD

Contributors

Unknown: Marti Caine
Written By: Peter Robinson
Written By: Peter Vincent
Unknown: Jack Smethurst
Unknown: Philip Madoc
Unknown: Michael Gough
Unknown: Hilary Myers
Designer: Paul Allen
Directed By: Harold Snoad
Hilary: Marti Caine
Lyn: Carolyn Moody
Hilary's dad: Michael Gough
Janice: Priscilla Morgan
Sam Chance: Michael Attwell
Kimberley: Jack Smethurst
George: Philip Madoc
Jessie: Joyce Parry
'Arthur': Percy Edwards

: Horizon

Mystery of the Left Hand Most computer designers are left-handed. So are John McEnroe, Martina Navratilova and 40 per cent of top tennis players. So are many twins.... and left-handedness is common among architects. Boys are often more left-handed than girls. Ten times as many left-handers have difficulty reading and writing as right-handers, and twice as many left-handers have migraine, allergies and rheumatoid arthritis.
Professor Norman Geschwind of Harvard University has developed a controversial theory which explains it all. According to him, left-handers really could be a race apart.
Feature: page 11

Contributors

Narrator: Paul Vaughan
Film editor: Richard Roberts
Horizon editor: Graham Massey
Written and produced by: Robin Brightwell

: Seabrook's Year

4: Summer
July is a critical month for Richard Seabrook , shepherd and freelance farm worker.
On the third Friday he takes his lambs to the great sale at Bury St Edmunds. It is the biggest transaction he ever makes. The financial success or failure of a year's work is largely decided by prices on this one day. Narrator Barry Paine Photography ARTHUR SMITH
SOund JACK WILSON , ROGER SEWARD Film editor PETER GIBBS Assistant producer
JEAN THOMPSON. Written, produced by DON HAWORTH. BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Seabrook
Narrator: Barry Paine
Narrator: Photography Arthur Smith
Unknown: Jack Wilson
Unknown: Roger Seward
Editor: Peter Gibbs
Unknown: Jean Thompson.
Produced By: Don Haworth.

: Newsnight

: Télé-Journal

Tonight's bulletin comes from Television Francaise Un. Presented by Chantal Cuer Director PAUL L. WHITE Producer TERRY DOYLE

Contributors

Presented By: Chantal Cuer
Director: Paul L. White
Producer: Terry Doyle








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