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9.38 Maths Workshop: Stage 1

10.0 History 1917-71: Crisis in Asia

10.25-10.40 Tout Compris: 1

11.0 Watch!: Slugs and Snails
Presented by Andrew Bradford

11.18-11.38 Going to Work

12.5 New Horizons


Presenter (Watch!):
Andrew Bradford
Producer (Watch!):
Moyra Gambleton

with Gwyn Williams
How much effect did the Roman conquest have on the people of Wales? Where and why did the Romans wipe out the druids? Where did the Romans build a town to try to attract the Celts to their way of life? What words from Latin have survived in the Welsh language?
Gwyn Williams continues his journey through the past.


Gwyn Williams
John Ormond

Starring Dan Dailey as State Governor Drinkwater, Julie Sommars as his daughter, J.J.
with James Callahan as George, Neva Patterson as Maggie
Guest star Lyle Waggoner

The fact that J.J. is a governor's daughter seems to prevent her from finding a steady boy friend. Her father tries to solve the problem - and is appalled by his success!


Governor Drinkwater:
Dan Dailey
Julie Sommars
James Callahan
Neva Patterson
Lyle Waggoner

bringing you news and views in your region tonight
(including Regional Weather)
Presented by Michael Barratt, Frank Bough and Bob Wellings
(Regional details as Monday)


Michael Barratt
Frank Bough
Bob Wellings

Starring John Wayne, Susan Hayward
with Dennis O'Keefe

John Wayne is a tough head of a construction battalion - the Seabees, responsible for building vital installations in the Pacific during World War II.
This Week's Films: page 9


Edward Ludwig
Wedge Donovan:
John Wayne
Constance Chesley:
Susan Hayward
Lt-Cmdr Robert Yarrow:
Dennis O'Keefe
Eddie Powers:
William Frawley
Johnny Novasky:
Leonid Kinskey
Sawyer Collins:
J.M. Kerrigan
Whanger Spreckles:
Grant Withers
Ding Jacobs:
Paul Fix
Yump Lumkin:
Ben Welden
Lt Kerrick:
William Forrest
Capt Joyce:
Addison Richards
Joe Brick:
Jay Norris
Duncan Renaldo

Another chance to see the best of this comedy series
Starring Polly James as Beryl and Nerys Hughes as Sandra
featuring Clive Swift as Jim Royle, Ken Jones as Uncle Dermot

Beryl has a date on Sunday and refuses an invitation to address a strike meeting at the factory...


Jack Seddon
David Pursall
Anna Ridley
Sydney Lotterby
Polly James
Nerys Hughes
Jim Royle:
Clive Swift
Uncle Dermot:
Ken Jones
Mr Belshaw:
John Junkin
Uncle Jack:
Bill Dean
Cousin Hughie:
Brian Pettifer
First speaker:
Colin Bean
Second speaker:
Paul Lindley
Mr Hindle:
Garth Watkins

The story of the great currency convulsion that paralysed a nation.

Inflation is a familiar word these days but to those who lived through the fantastic German inflation of the 20s the word has a different meaning. By November 1923 the German mark had sunk to one million-millionth of its pre-war value. Currency of astronomical face values of millions and billions was whirling through the country, its purchasing power dwindling eventually from hour to hour. In the end no one would use it. Money was dead.

This monetary madness was cured almost overnight - and by a psychological trick. But irreparable damage was done to the structure of German society. The way was opened for Nazism and the second world war.
Written and introduced by William Guttmann
Taking part: Dorothy Henkel, Herbert Hochfeld, Willy Derkow, Andrew Shonfield
Commentary spoken by Sean Barrett


William Guttmann
Dorothy Henkel
Herbert Hochfeld
Willy Derkow
Andrew Shonfield
Sean Barrett
Film Editor:
Mark Anderson
Patricia Meehan

David O. Selznick, George Cukor, Marion Davies - film personalities who are the subjects of current books about the cinema. Barry Norman and Frederic Raphael review these books and show clips from some of the films involved, and Mark Shivas talks to film and theatre director John Houseman who worked with Orson Welles in the Citizen Kane years.


Barry Norman
Frederic Raphael
Mark Shivas
John Houseman
Patricia Ingram

BBC One London

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