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For the very young
Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your small children and invites them to join in the songs and games.
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
BBC film
(to 11.00)

Contributors

Narrator/Script, music, and settings:
Maria Bird
Puppeteer:
Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer:
Molly Gibson
Singer:
Gladys Whitred

For the very young
Stories about a family of wooden dolls who live on a farm.
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
BBC film
(to 13.45)

Contributors

Puppeteer:
Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer:
Molly Gibson
Voices:
Eileen Browne
Voices:
Josefina Ray
Voices:
Peter Hawkins
Script and music:
Maria Bird

Tich and Quackers set out to conquer Space assisted by Ray Alan and land successfully at The Festival Pavilion, Skegness.
With Tony Hart, Jacqueline McDonald, Jerry Allen
Guest artist, Ronnie Hilton
(Ronnie Hilton is appearing at the Arcadia Theatre, Skegness)
See page 27

Contributors

Ventriloquist:
Ray Alan
Artist:
Tony Hart
Hostess:
Jacqueline McDonald
Musician:
Jerry Allen
Singer:
Ronnie Hilton
Designer:
Stuart Furber
Producer:
Stan Parkinson

with Peter Scott.
The dams and dykes of Holland, which hold back the water from the newly reclaimed land of what used to be the Zuyder Zee, provide no obstacle to a subsequent invasion by natural life. For a while, some species of animals abound in great numbers, among them the mole and the kestrel.
From the West
First shown on July 3, 1964

Contributors

Presenter:
Peter Scott
Filmed by:
Ewart Needham
Filmed by:
Maurice Fisher
Film Editor:
Keith Hopkins
Producer:
Ronald Webster

The panel tries to identify well-known personalities in a game of question, answer, deduction, and intuition.
The Panel: Drusilla Beyfus, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Ted Moult
Chairman, Kenneth Horne

Contributors

Panellist:
Drusilla Beyfus
Panellist:
Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Panellist:
Ted Moult
Chairman:
Kenneth Horne
Designer:
Luciana Arrighi
Director:
Michael Goodwin
Producer:
John Irwin

Macdonald Hastings travels Coast to Coast.
Below sea level in the Fens of East Anglia lies the country's richest agricultural land. For generations men have fought to keep down the water level that so narrowly holds the balance between triumph and disaster.
From the West

Contributors

Presenter:
Macdonald Hastings
Cameraman:
Ewart Needham
Cameraman:
Stan Caffell
Sound:
Howard Smith
Film Editor:
Jim Tobin
Director:
John Dobson
Producer:
Peter Bale

A serial by Hazel Adair and Peter Ling.

Ian finds the situation in Paris is more complicated than it appears - and makes a surprising discovery about two of his colleagues.

Contributors

Series Creator/Writer:
Hazel Adair
Series Creator/Writer:
Peter Ling
Film Cameraman:
Jacques Alexandre
Film Editor:
John Nash
Story Editor:
Lennox Phillips
Designer:
Gwen Evans
Producer:
William Sterling
Director:
Michael Hart
Camilla:
Carmen Silvera
Ian:
Ronald Allen
Mrs. Chater:
Beryl Cooke
David:
Vincent Ball
Tim:
Scot Finch
Ben:
Bill Kerr
Doug:
Lawrence James
Harry:
Lionel Murton
Tessa:
Bridget Armstrong
Monsieur Allard:
John Herrington
Richard Lowe:
Moray Watson
Julia:
Polly Adams
Jean-Pierre:
Charles Laurence

Written by Sid Green and Dick Hills.
Starring Lance Percival
with Kenneth Cope and Anita Harris
and Ian Wilson, Keith Campbell, Joan Pickering, Thelma Taylor

Contributors

Writer:
Sid Green
Writer:
Dick Hills
Lighting:
Eric Monk
Sound:
Len Shorey
Film cameraman:
James Balfour
Film editor:
Oswald Haffenrichter
Musical direction:
Harry Rabinowitz
Musical arrangements:
Burt Rhodes
Musical arrangements:
Johnny Keating
Designer:
John Burrowes
Producer:
Kenneth Carter
Comedian:
Lance Percival
[Actor]:
Kenneth Cope
Singer:
Anita Harris
[Actor]:
Ian Wilson
[Actor]:
Keith Campbell
[Actress]:
Joan Pickering
[Actress]:
Thelma Taylor

by William Emms.
Starring John Robinson and Oliver Reed
with Michael Hawkins
Guest stars: Muriel Pavlow, Lyndon Brook, Nicolette Bernard, Donald Pickering

Space research and freedom are uneasy bedmates.

Contributors

Writer:
William Emms
Theme music:
Ken Thorne
Incidental music:
Albert Elms
Research for the series:
Jim Coburn
Film cameraman:
Charles Beddous
Film editor:
Angus Newton
Story editor:
Ken Levison
Designer:
Donald Brewer
Producer:
John Robins
Director:
Bill Hays
Dr. Randall:
Lyndon Brook
Philip Boult:
Michael Hawkins
Sir Michael Gerrard:
John Robinson
American scientist:
Warren Stanhope
Watkins:
Donald Pickering
Valentina Kubishev:
Nicolette Bernard
Sarah Randall:
Muriel Pavlow
Dr. Richard Franklin:
Oliver Reed
Secretary:
Brigit Forsyth
First security man:
Dickie Martyn
Second security man:
David Charlesworth

A documentary film on the sexual behaviour of teenagers.
There has been a stream of guess-work, opinion, outrage, and argument about adolescent sexual activity. At last some basic factual information is supplied by the publication of the results of a long and scholarly research project.
This programme shows the national patterns of teenage sex revealed by the Report, using teenagers themselves to present statistical information and to discuss their own opinions and experiences.
With Michael Schofield, director of the research and author of the book.

"The Sexual Behaviour of Young People" by Michael Schofield will be published by Longmans on July 26
See page 27

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Schofield
Stills:
Michael Sanders
Camera:
Alan Featherstone
Sound:
Basil Harris
Sound:
Mansell Davies
Film Editor:
Peter Ringsted
Production Assistant:
Peter Scott
Director:
Patrick Dowling
Producer:
Lorna Pegram

Direct from the White City, London.
Tonight: The Lonsdale Championship
An international puissance competition.
The accent is on the height and severity of the fences and in the event of equal faults, successive jump-offs over higher fences decide the winner.
Introduced by Alan Weeks.

Contributors

Commentator:
Dorian Williams
Presenter:
Alan Weeks
Television Presentation:
Alan Mouncer
Television Presentation:
Douglas Hespe

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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