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Schooltime Supplement: page 23

9.15 Job Bank: Caring for Animals
Working with animals is the dream of thousands of young people. Today four people who have achieved that ambition talk about their work: a stablehand, a riding instructor, a kennelhand and a veterinary nurse.

9.38 Going to Work: Coping with Change
by Bill Lyons.
The first of two new plays featuring some of the characters from Life Skills -
Working it Out showing young people settling into work and how they and others cope with their changing circumstances.

10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds.
Cosmo and Dibs are back in the market with Gary Wilmot. There are two new words, 'open' and 'closed', to learn and, just like Humpty Dumpty, Dibs's teddy bear can't be mended. (R)

10.15 Music Time: 1: Working with Sounds
The children listen to a variety of sounds on a building site, and sing a song about building a house. (R)

10.38 History File: 1: Make Germany Pay
Written by Tony Howarth.
This programme traces how the Treaty of Versailles affected Germany in the 1920s after defeat in the First World War. (R)

11.00 Zig Zag: The Norman Invasion
A series for 8- to 9-year-olds.
Zig Zag takes the camera to Bayeux and retells the story of the invasion with the help of Bishop Odo and the tapestry. (R)

11.22 Thinkabout: Face to Face
It's Sally's first day at work at the flats. What will Frank, the caretaker, be like? The children help her to build up a picture of him.

11.40 General Studies: 1: What's Wrong with Britain?
From being a world leader in the 19th century, Britain has now slipped to a lowly position in the league table of economic growth. Two sixth-formers, Jennie Walmsley and Tom Wright, report on some of the ills which seem to beset this country.

12.10 pm Whatever Happened to Britain?: 1: Independent of Men's Will
An analysis of Britain's performance as an economic force since the Industrial Revolution.
The relative decline of Britain in the market system. (R)

12.40 Technical Studies: 1: Capstan and Turret Lathes
Ten programmes showing how basic concepts in manufacturing technology are used in modern industry. (R)

1.5 Lifegames: 1: First Impressions: Job Interviews
A lighthearted look at some key aspects of life and social skills presented by Steve Blacknell. (R)
(This is a change from details published in the Schools Annual Timetable)

1.38 Casebook Scotland: Standard Grade Studies: The Vehicle Industry
The rise and fall of Scotland's car and truck manufacturers.

2.0 Words and Pictures: Tigers
A series of stories, songs and rhymes for young children in the early stages of reading. (R)

2.18 English 11-13: 1: Alone: Autobiography
You needn't be famous to write yours! (R)

2.40 Politics and You: You and the Law
A look at the powers of the police to stop and search people, and the rights of animals. (R)

Contributors

Producer (Job Bank): David Meldrum
Writer (Going to Work): Bill Lyons
Series producer (Going to Work/History File): Paul Mitchell
[Actress] (Going to Work): Cindy Shelley
[Actress] (Going to Work): Cassie McFarlane
[Actor] (Going to Work): Tony McPherson
[Actor] (Going to Work): Gorden Kaye
[Actress] (Going to Work): Sandy Ratcliffe
[Actor] (Going to Work): Billy Hamon
[Actress] (Going to Work): Sara Clee
[Actor] (Going to Work): Nick Reding
Presenter (You and Me): Gary Wilmot
Film editor (You and Me): David Painter
Producer (You and Me): Richard Callanan
Cosmo: Frances Kay
Dibs: Francis Wright
Presenter (Music Time): Jonathan Cohen
Presenter (Music Time): Helen Speirs
Director (Music Time): David Scott Cowan
Producer (Music Time): Elizabeth Bennet
Writer (History File): Tony Howarth
Commentary (History File): John Tidmarsh
Presenter (Zig Zag): Sheelagh Gilbey
Producer (Zig Zag): Tom Stainer
Bishop Odo (Zig Zag): Arthur Hewlett
Producer (Thinkabout): Pat Farrington
Series producer (Thinkabout): Derek Longhurst
Frank: Jim Dunk
Sally: Vicky Licorish
Reporter (General Studies): Jennie Walmsley
Reporter (General Studies): Tom Wright
Producer (General Studies): Bruce Jamson
Presenter (Lifegames): Steve Blacknell
Producer (Casebook Scotland): Robert Clark
Producer (Words and Pictures): Moyra Gambleton
Series producer (English 11-13): Judith Miles
Commentary (Politics and You): Paul Hargreaves
Producer (Politics and You): Andy Walker

: News Summary

with subtitles; Weather

: Championship Darts

The Unipart British
Professional Championship from Redcar Bowl
Highlights of yesterday evening's matches.
Introduced by TONY GUBBA Director MIKE ADLEY
Producer KEITH PHILLIPS

Contributors

Introduced By: Tony Gubba
Director: Mike Adley
Producer: Keith Phillips

: Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror

continuing a season of films featuring SIR
ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE 'S famous detective, starring
Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce
Acts of sabotage which are jeeringly proclaimed on radio broadcasts from Nazi
Germany are undermining and demoralising the inhabitants of war-torn Britain. The Intelligence Inner Council summons Sherlock Holmes to track down the enemy agents and save the nation from the clutches of the ruthless Nazis.
Screenplay by LYNN RIGGS and JOHN BRIGHT Directed by JOHN RAWLINS
* FILMS: page 29

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Conan Doyle
Unknown: Basil Rathbone
Unknown: Nigel Bruce
Unknown: Sherlock Holmes
Unknown: Lynn Riggs
Directed By: John Rawlins
Sherlock Holmes: Basil Rathbone
Dr Watson: Nigel Bruce
Kitty: Evelyn Ankers
Sir Evan Barham: Reginald Denny
Sir Alfred Lloyd: Henry Daniell
General Jerome Lawford: Montagu Love
Meade: Thomas Gomez
Jill: Hilary Brooke
Mrs Hudson: Mary Gordon
Crosbie: Arthur Blake
Captain Roland Shore: Leyland Hodgson
Admiral Fabian Prentice: Olaf Hytten

: 100 Great Sporting Moments

Jim Watt v Charlie Nash
(1980)
Five times Watt fought for the World Lightweight
Championship in front of his own Scottish audience and what support the packed Kelvin Hall gave him!
Series producer JEFF GODDARD

Contributors

Unknown: Charlie Nash
Unknown: Kelvin Hall
Producer: Jeff Goddard

: Flower of the Month

with Geoffrey Smith Fuschias
Film editor PETER RINGSTED Producer ERICA GRIFFITHS (R)

Contributors

Producer: Erica Griffiths

: Open Space

Where the public sets the agenda
Let the Prisoner Speak
Three deeply personal and disturbing accounts of the experience of imprisonment. A Woman in Custody reveals Audrey Peckham 's nightmare five months on remand. 'I needed proper
Psychiatric care ... all they were concerned about was preventing me from causing trouble by committing suicide....'
Life After Life - after ten years in prison Anne Lindsay faces a constant threat of being put back inside.
'I find it very hurtful ... in bureaucratic terms I am officially seen as a risk ... no matter how much I prove myself.'
The Sentence Never Ends tells how Des Warren went to jail and came out scarred by the experience. 'This is the part of British life that people don't know about. So many People have been ruined and had their lives shattered in prison....'
Written and conceived by ALAN CARTER
Film cameraman TONY BRAGG Film editor ROGER DACIER
Executive producer TONY LARYEA Producer JEREMY GIBSON Made by the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT

Contributors

Unknown: Audrey Peckham
Unknown: Anne Lindsay
Unknown: Des Warren
Unknown: Alan Carter
Unknown: Tony Bragg
Editor: Roger Dacier
Producer: Jeremy Gibson

: The Triumph of the West

A view of world history in 13 Parts by JOHN ROBERTS 3: The Heart of the West
Europe was the cradle of Western civilisation. But how did Europe come into being?
How did Europe come to provide the base for a culture which would one day change the world? Why not India, or China? Why was Europe the joker in the historical pack? John Roberts describes how, after Rome fell to the Barbarians, the power and glamour of Rome lived on - not just in the Church but as an idea in the minds of men. It is a story which includes Charlemagne, St Benedict, Martin Luther and it tells how Christianity became the channel through which so much came down from ancient Israel and the Classical past, and how eventually Christendom became Europe - poised to launch its world conquests. Film cameraman COLIN WALDECK Film editors
JEFF SHAW. STEPHEN EVANS Executive producer CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
Producer DENIS MORIARTY Book, £14.95 hardback, from booksellers

Contributors

Unknown: John Roberts
Unknown: John Roberts
Unknown: Martin Luther
Unknown: Colin Waldeck
Unknown: Jeff Shaw.
Unknown: Stephen Evans
Producer: Christopher Martin
Producer: Denis Moriarty

: To the Manor Born

by Peter Spence
Seven programmes starring Penelope Keith, Peter Bowles

Contributors

Writer: Peter Spence
Designer;: Dacre Punt
Producer: Gareth Gwenlan
Audrey fforbes-Hamilton: Penelope Keith
Richard DeVere: Peter Bowles
Marjory Frobisher: Angela Thorne
Mrs Polouvicka: Daphne Heard
Rector: Gerald Sim
Brabinger: John Rudling
Spalding: Ben Aris
Photographer's assistant: Stephen Simmonds
Robert Edwards: Clark Flanagan
Wanda Griffiths: Carey Rowe

: Tender is the Night

by F. SCOTT FITZGERALD Screenplay in six parts by DENNIS POTTER starring Peter Strauss Mary Steenburgen
Special guest appearance Edward Asner
1: 1917. Dick Diver is an American doctor studying in Switzerland. On the day he leaves to join the army, he meets heiress Nicole Warren who is young, beautiful and strange.
Original music
RICHARD RODNEY BENNETT Film editor TARIQ ANWAR
Photographed by KEN WESTBURY Designer DEREK DODD Executive producer JONATHAN POWELL
Producer BETTY WILUNGALE Directed by ROBERT KNIGHTS
(Shownagainon Thursday at 10.0pm) 0 FEATURE: page 98 and WODDIS ON: page 93 * CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: F. Scott Fitzgerald
Unknown: Dennis Potter
Unknown: Peter Strauss
Unknown: Mary Steenburgen
Unknown: Dick Diver
Unknown: Nicole Warren
Unknown: Richard Rodney Bennett
Designer: Derek Dodd
Producer: Jonathan Powell
Directed By: Robert Knights
Dick Diver: Peter Strauss
Nicole Warren: Mary Steenburgen
Devereux Warren: Edward Asner
Franz Gregorovius: Jurgen Brugger
Dr Dohmler: Erwin Kohlund
Wounded soldier: Richard Unford
Singing soldier: Jean Alongé
Major in train: Keith Edwards
Spanish woman patient: Rosario Serrano
Baby Warren: Kate Harper
Conte di Marmora: Francois Guetary

Blog post that mentions this programme:

Stars of Genome: Margot Hayhoe 11 November 2016

: Championship Darts

The Unipart British
Professional Championship from Redcar Bowl
The second round starts this evening: world champion
ERIC BRISTOW and TERRY O'DEA could well be featured in the first two matches, if the form book is correct.
Each match is the best of seven sets, three legs per set. Introduced by TONY GUBBA Commentator SID WADDELL and TONY GREEN

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Bristow
Unknown: Terry O'Dea
Introduced By: Tony Gubba
Commentator: Sid Waddell

: Newsnight

John Tusa , Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Olivia O'Leary with Jenni Murray , Ian Smith and David Davies
Producers JANA BENNETT
MIKE ROBINSON. TIM GARDAM MARK THOMPSON
Directors JOHN WILKINSON. CHRIS FOX Assignment editors
NICK GUTHRIE. COLIN STANBRIDGE Deputy editor TIM ORCHARD Editor RICHARD TArr

Contributors

Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: Olivia O'Leary
Unknown: Jenni Murray
Unknown: Ian Smith
Unknown: David Davies
Producers: Jana Bennett
Unknown: Mike Robinson.
Unknown: Tim Gardam
Unknown: Mark Thompson
Directors: John Wilkinson.
Unknown: Nick Guthrie.
Editor: Richard Tarr

: Weatherview

: Championship Darts

The Unipart British
Professional Championship from Redcar Bowl
TONY GUBBA introduces highlights of the third match of the second round, which should include the present holder, MIKE GREGORY (5).

Contributors

Introduces: Tony Gubba








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