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A final selection of next term's programmes to be broadcast for schools.

1.45 The Story of the U.S.A.: Boom and Bust
A history programme for thirteen-to-fifteen year olds that gives a vivid impression of America in the twenties and thirties.
Commentary by Paul Maxwell.

2.5* For Sixth Forms: The House that Science built
One of five documentary programmes about aspects of research in Government research stations. This one deals with some of the work of the Building Research Station.
Commentary by Richard Baker.

(to 14.35)

Contributors

Narrator (The Story of the U.S.A.):
Paul Maxwell
Producer (The Story of the U.S.A.):
Peter Scroggs
Narrator (For Sixth Forms):
Richard Baker
Producer (For Sixth Forms):
John Cain

Introduced by Leslie Crowther.
With Peter Glaze, Christine Holmes, Jillian Comber
Guests, The Easybeats, Nigel Hopkins

(Bert Hayes is appearing at Butlin's Hotels, Cliftonville; Christine Holmes in "Charlie Girl" at the Adelphi Theatre, London)

Contributors

Presenter/Comedian:
Leslie Crowther
Comedian:
Peter Glaze
Hostess:
Christine Holmes
Hostess:
Jillian Comber
Musicians:
The Easybeats
Trumpeter:
Nigel Hopkins
Music:
Bert Hayes and his Band
Designer:
Ken Sharp
Producer:
Peter Whitmore

Starring Andy Stewart
with Norma Cairns, The Corries, Dixie Ingram, Irene McKechnie, Sylvia Henderson,
Harry Carmichael and Ian Powrie and his Band.
From Scotland

Contributors

Singer/presenter:
Andy Stewart
Singer:
Norma Cairns
Musicians:
The Corries
Dancer/Dance director:
Dixie Ingram
Dancer:
Irene McKechnie
Dancer:
Sylvia Henderson
Pianist:
Harry Carmichael
Musicians:
Ian Powrie and his Band
Designer:
Tim Harvey
Producer:
Iain MacFadyen

Look at Badgers with Peter Scott and Ernest Neal.
The badger is one of our largest wild animals, yet much of its life is still shrouded in mystery. How is it faring in twentieth-century Britain, and of what benefit, if any, can it be to man?
From the West
(Postponed from November 25)

Contributors

Presenter:
Peter Scott
Guest:
Ernest Neal
Producer:
Christopher Parsons

Huntley finds himself in an awkward situation; Eunice is caught out; Arnold gets into deeper water and a funeral is arranged.

Contributors

Devised by:
Colin Morris
Story:
John Cresswell
Script:
Patrick Scanlan
Producer:
Ronald Travers
Director:
Bill Sellars
Arthur Huntley:
Tony Steedman
Ellis Cooper:
Alan Browning
Augustus Tripp:
John Sharp
Arnold Tripp:
Gerald Cross
Mrs. Heppenstahl:
Maggie McGrath
Sydney Huxley:
Anthony Verner
Mrs Heenan:
Vanda Godsell
Jeff Langley:
Michael Collins
Vivienne Cooper:
Maggie Fitzgibbon
Lance Cooper:
Raymond Hunt
Gran Hamilton:
Gladys Henson
Eunice Huntley:
Sally Lahee
James Neal:
David Knight
Amelia Huntley:
Naomi Chance
Terry:
Michael Johnson
Mrs. Bridges:
Betty Miller

by Ronnie Taylor.
[Starring Harry Worth]
With Joseph Furst as Carl Mildenhoff, Patrick McAlinney as Legionnaire O'Flannery,
William Dexter as Captain Rodreguez

Contributors

Writer:
Ronnie Taylor
Incidental music composed and conducted by:
Dennis Wilson
Designer:
Malcolm Middleton
Producer:
Graeme Muir
Himself:
Harry Worth
Carl Mildenhoff:
Joseph Furst
Legionnaire O'Flannery:
Patrick McAlinney
Captain Rodreguez:
William Dexter

by John Gould.
From an original play by Tudor Gates.
Starring Neil McCallum
Guest star, Janet Munro
with Sebastian Breaks

A man is running for his life from Angelo James and the Mafia, Patricia is running from life until she meets Johnny Barbiere.

Contributors

Writer:
John Gould
From an original play by/Series created by:
Tudor Gates
Series created by:
Brian Degas
Designer:
John Hurst
Producer:
William Slater
Director:
Max Varnel
Angelo James:
Neil McCallum
Patricia Rattan:
Janet Munro
Johnny Barbiere:
Sebastian Breaks
Supt. Adam:
Robert Raglan
Tommy and Mark Pulito:
Mark Singleton
Governor:
Martin Wyldeck
Warder:
Barry Linehan
Nobby:
David Crane
W.P.C. 69:
Caroline Dowdeswell
Policeman:
Alan Stuart
Convict:
Elvin Hood

Aberfan... Rhodesia... Vietnam... Red Guards... Black Power - Nkrumah Deposed -
Verwoerd Assassinated - Labour Wins Election - England the World Cup - Canterbury in Rome - Chi-Chi in Moscow

Too much happened this year to remember tonight but here are some of the sights and sounds of 1966.

Contributors

Film Editor:
Ian Callaway
Assistant Producer:
Barbara Pegna
Producer:
Jeremy Isaacs

A Christmas edition of Old-Time Music-Hall from the stage of the Famous City Varieties Theatre, Leeds.
By arrangement with Stanley Joseph and Michael Joseph

Presenting Leslie Crowther, Patricia Bredin, Davy Kaye, The Gaiety Playboys, Prassana Rao, The Curibars, Jack Alban.
Chairman, Leonard Sachs

(Patricia Bredin is appearing in "The Sleeping Beauty" at the Birmingham Theatre; Davy Kaye at the Embassy Club, London; The Gaiety Playboys at the Players Theatre, London)
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Contributors

Comedian:
Leslie Crowther
Singer:
Patricia Bredin
Comedian:
Davy Kaye
Singers:
The Gaiety Playboys
Performer:
Prassana Rao
Performers:
The Curibars
Performer:
Jack Alban
Chairman:
Leonard Sachs
Musical Director:
Bernard Herrmann
Producer:
Barney Colehan

A look at the films showing on BBC-tv and the new releases in the cinema.
With Philip Jenkinson who introduces scenes from:

What Lola Wants - Gwen Verdon
Going My Way - Bing Crosby, Barry Fitzgerald
Never Love a Stranger - John Drew Barrymore, Steve McQueen
Night and the City - Richard Widmark
Hawaii - Julie Andrews, Richard Harris by courtesy of United Artists
Gambit - Shirley MacLaine, Michael Caine by courtesy of Rank

10.47-11.12 Jazz P.M.: The Ian Simpson Trio
(Rowridge, Brighton)

Contributors

Presenter:
Philip Jenkinson
Producer:
Christopher Doll
Musicians (Jazz P.M.):
The Ian Simpson Trio

In a second showing of a programme specially recorded during their visit to London earlier this year.

Tonight they perform: Taste of Honey, All My Loving, Spanish Flea, What Now My Love, Mexican Shuffle, And I Love Her, Struttin' with Maria, Lollipops and Roses, Tijuana Taxi, Green Peppers.

Close Down

Contributors

Musicians:
Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
Design:
Keith Norman
Production:
Stewart Morris

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