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9.38 Discovering Science: Water and Life

10.00 Merry-go-Round: The Viaduct: 3: Child of Brass and Iron
by Roy Brown
(Colour)

10.25-10.45 Science Extra: Biology: Signs and Signals

11.00-11.20 British Social History: The Swinging Sixties

11.30 Television Club: A Cycling Trip
Presented by David Freeland and Anne Gale
(Out and About People: page 4)

Contributors

Author (Merry-go-Round):
Roy Brown
Script (Merry-go-Round):
John Tully
Producer (Merry-go-Round):
Dorothea Brooking
Lenny Eccles:
Dempsey Cook
Jim:
John Vaughan
Phil Benson:
David Arnold
Andy Smith:
Adrian Hall
Molly:
Michelle Miller
Mr Felix:
Bill Gavin
Ernest Benson (Uncle Ern):
Jeffrey Segal
Lucy Benson (Aunt Luce):
Margaret Wedlake
Ebenezer Benson:
Michael Raghan
Presenter (Television Club):
David Freeland
Presenter (Television Club):
Anne Gale
Producer (Television Club):
Morton Surguy

With David Vine.
Featuring 50 years of world sporting action Henry Cooper and Cliff Morgan return to captain two teams of sporting celebrities who will be trying to identify and answer questions about some of the most famous incidents, events and personalities in the history of sport.
The teams this week: Cliff Morgan, Bobby Charlton, John Dawes v Henry Cooper, Michael Bonallack, Ray Illingworth
(from Manchester)

Contributors

Chairman:
David Vine
Team Captain:
Cliff Morgan
Panellist:
Bobby Charlton
Panellist:
John Dawes
Team Captain:
Henry Cooper
Panellist:
Michael Bonallack
Panellist:
Ray Illingworth
Director:
Keith Phillips
Producer:
Hazel Lewthwaite

A story in four episodes by N. J. Crisp
[Starring] Paul Daneman, Julian Glover

Nicholas Bratiano defects to Britain with valuable secrets. He wants to bargain - but it means Anderson risking his life...

(Episode 2: Tuesday 7.5 pm, not Wales)

Contributors

Writer:
N.J. Crisp
Serial devised by:
Robert Barr
Designer:
Michael Edwards
Producer:
Morris Barry
Director:
Philip Dudley
Nicholas Bratiano:
John Abineri
Policeman:
David Kincaid
Cdr Ryan:
Paul Daneman
Cdr Anderson:
Julian Glover
Det-Supt Clark:
Peter Welch
Lt Saunders:
Prentis Hancock
Ambassador:
Gertan Klauber
Carol Jackson:
Caroline Mortimer
Border Official:
Edward Brooks

Another chance to see and hear this year's entries in the Eurovision Song Contest to be held on 25 March 1972 in Edinburgh.
This week entries from Finland, Austria, Italy, Jugoslavia, Sweden, Monaco, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Holland.
Introduced by Cliff Richard

Contributors

Presenter:
Cliff Richard
Presented by:
Michael Hurll

TV's top reporters close in on the most interesting topics of the day
Michael Charlton, Nicholas Harman, Alan Hart, Richard Kershaw, Julian Pettifer

Contributors

Reporter:
Michael Charlton
Reporter:
Nicholas Harman
Reporter:
Alan Hart
Reporter:
Richard Kershaw
Reporter:
Julian Pettifer
Assistant Editor:
David Harrison
Editor:
Frank Smith

by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson
Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert Steptoe, Harry H Corbett as Harold Steptoe
featuring Raymond Huntley
with Georgina Cookson, Joanna Lumley, Damaris Hayman, Philip Bruce

(Joanna Lumley is appearing in "Don't Just Lie There, Say Something!", at the Garrick Theatre, London)

Contributors

Writer:
Ray Galton
Writer:
Alan Simpson
Incidental Music/Orchestra conducted by:
Dennis Wilson
Original Theme:
Ron Grainer
Designer:
Roger Liminton
Producer:
John Howard Davies
Albert Steptoe:
Wilfrid Brambell
Harold Steptoe:
Harry H Corbett
[Actor]:
Raymond Huntley
[Actress]:
Georgina Cookson
[Actress]:
Joanna Lumley
[Actress]:
Damaris Hayman
[Actor]:
Philip Bruce

by Paul Wheeler
Starring Christopher Cazenove John Hallam

The Cotswolds are on manoeuvres in Wales - manoeuvres which indirectly are to change the careers of two members of the Regiment - one a Colonel, the other a Private soldier.

Contributors

Writer:
Paul Wheeler
Series originated by:
Jack Gerson
Series originated by:
Nick McCarty
Script Editor:
Geoffrey Tetlow
Designer:
David Jones
Producer:
Royston Morley
Director:
Keith Williams
Col Gaunt Seymour:
Richard Wordsworth
Lt Jeffrey Sissons:
Roy Herrick
Lt Richard Gaunt:
Christopher Cazenove
Lt James Willoughby:
John Hallam
Capt Alfred Slingsby:
Denis Lill
Maj Cooke:
Peter Myers
Lord Wolseley:
Carleton Hobbs
Aide de Camp:
Colin Vancao
Mr Evans:
Edward Evans
Colour Sgt:
John Caesar
Dalton:
John Bryning
Pte Binns:
Jonathan Collins
Pte Podger:
Robert Oates
First rioter:
Stewart Jones
First youth:
John Ogwen
Second youth:
Ifan Paab
President of the Court:
Peter Cellier
Capt Parker:
Sebastian Breaks
Rev Stone:
Robert Sansom

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