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9.38 Maths Workshop: Stage 2 On the Surface
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10.0 Merry-go-Round From Pen to Print
MAX MASON visits the oldest printing works in the world and links the past and present with a potato. Producer BRUCE JAMSON
Series producer MIKE HARRISON
10.23 Exploring Science Burning

Contributors

Unknown:
Max Mason
Producer:
Bruce Jamson
Producer:
Mike Harrison

11.0-11.15 Tout Compris: 3
11.22 Music Time: Programme 6 .
11.45 General Studies
The People's Music: Serious Folk A man on a bike leads to many uses of British folk music, from the classical composer to electric groups. But what is folk music? Presenter DAVE ARTHUR Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
Series producer JILL. SHEPPARD

Contributors

Presenter:
Dave Arthur
Producer:
Elizabeth Bennett

Bob Langley , Donny MacLeod , David Seymour , Marian Foster and Jan Leeming present their pick of the activities, music, personalities and talking-points of the day - live from the entrance hall of the BBC Broadcasting Centre in Birmingham. including MacLeod's Scotland
Editor TERRY DOBSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Bob Langley
Unknown:
Donny MacLeod
Unknown:
David Seymour
Unknown:
Marian Foster
Unknown:
Jan Leeming
Editor:
Terry Dobson

with Keith Barron After the Goat Man by BETSY BYARS (in three parts)
Figgy's grandfather was in the news. He was refusing to move out of his cabin on the hillside to make way for the new highway. He had a shotgun and was prepared to use it to defend his home. Today: Monopoly

Contributors

Unknown:
Keith Barron
Unknown:
Betsy Byars

with John Noakes, Peter Purves and Lesley Judd
Blue Peter Thirteenth Book, £1.00, from bookshops

Contributors

Presenter:
John Noakes
Presenter:
Peter Purves
Presenter:
Lesley Judd
Assistant Editor:
John Adcock
Editor:
Biddy Baxter

A series of five programmes 1: Oregon Trail (part 1)
When the American West first opened up, thousands of settlers from the East joined the hazardous covered wagon route through hostile Indian country in search of a new life in a new land.
This is the story of Mr and Mrs Sager , their six children and their adventures along the Oregon Trail.

Contributors

Unknown:
Mrs Sager

in SkylArk
During a Very High Flight Told by Richard Briers and Peter Hawkins
Written by GRANGE CALVELEY Animation BOB GODFREY

Contributors

Told By:
Richard Briers
Told By:
Peter Hawkins
Written By:
Grange Calveley
Written By:
Animation Bob Godfrey

Presented by Michael Barratt Frank Bough , Dilys Morgan
Valerie Singleton , Bob Wellings
Tonight and every Monday - Pigeonhole, with Richard Stilgoe reflecting ideas and opinions from the Nationwide postbag.
Producers RONALD NEIL , GORDON WATTS and HUGH WILLIAMS
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON Editor JOHN GAU

Contributors

Presented By:
Michael Barratt
Presented By:
Frank Bough
Presented By:
Dilys Morgan
Presented By:
Valerie Singleton
Unknown:
Bob Wellings
Unknown:
Richard Stilgoe
Producers:
Ronald Neil
Producers:
Gordon Watts
Producers:
Hugh Williams
Editor:
Stuart Wilkinson

A series in 16 episodes
9: Health Visitor by LEN RUSH starring Angela Bruce Julie Dawn Cole , with Maggie McCarthy , Desmond Perry Sandra has another day ' in the field' as a Health Visitor ... there's sad old Tommy Blackshaw and the new Khan baby ... ordinary but quite dramatic in the daily life of the Health Visitor ...
Adviser CHRISTINE GREEN , SRN, HV
Designer MYLES LANG
Producer RON CRADDOCK
Director DEREK MARTINUS

Contributors

Unknown:
Len Rush
Unknown:
Angela Bruce
Unknown:
Julie Dawn Cole
Unknown:
Maggie McCarthy
Unknown:
Desmond Perry
Unknown:
Tommy Blackshaw
Unknown:
Christine Green
Designer:
Myles Lang
Producer:
Ron Craddock
Director:
Derek Martinus
Sandra Ling:
Angela Bruce
Jo Longhurst:
Julie Dawn Cole
Mrs Broadbent:
Maggie McCarthy
Dr Hegarty:
Desmond Perry
Tommy Blackshaw:
Colin Douglas
Mrs McKinney:
Lynne Carol
Mrs Khan:
Alaknanda Samarth
Mr Khan:
Renu Setna
Alf:
Charles Rea
Mr Curtiss:
Arnold Bell

Reporting on the stories that matter and asking the questions that need to be asked. Introduced by David Dimbleby
The Panorama correspondents at home and abroad are
MICHAEL COCKERELL
RICHARD LINDLEY , TOM MANGOLD JULIAN MOUNTER
JULIAN FETTIFER
Assistant editor DAVID HARRISON Editor PETER PAGNAMENT

Contributors

Introduced By:
David Dimbleby
Unknown:
Michael Cockerell
Unknown:
Richard Lindley
Unknown:
Tom Mangold
Unknown:
Julian Mounter
Unknown:
Julian Fettifer
Editor:
David Harrison
Editor:
Peter Pagnament

Starring Gracie Fields, Dinah Sheridan, Arthur Askey, Cyril Fletcher, with television's original presenters Jasmine Bligh, Elizabeth Cowell, Joan Miller and Leslie Mitchell.
Leslie Mitchell announced the official opening of the first high-definition public television service in the world an 2 November 1936. Forty years later, from the same studio at Alexandra Palace, he traces the origins of television from the beginning of this century to the first outside broadcast - the coronation of George VI in May 1937.
(A Mirror of the World: Wed R4 7.30 pm)

Contributors

Writer/Producer:
Bruce Norman
Cameraman:
Bill Matthews
Sound Recordist:
Bill Meekums
Costume Designer:
Lisa Benjamin
Designer:
Cary Pritchard
Designer:
Dacre Punt
Film Editor:
Ted Walter
Director:
Laurie John
Interviewee:
Gracie Fields
Interviewee:
Dinah Sheridan
Interviewee:
Arthur Askey
Interviewee:
Cyril Fletcher
Interviewee:
Jasmine Bligh
Interviewee:
Elizabeth Cowell
Interviewee:
Joan Miller
Interviewee:
Leslie Mitchell
The Three Admirals:
Freddie Williams
The Three Admirals:
Raymond Cooke
The Three Admirals:
John Parry
Sir Noel Ashbridge:
Reginald Barratt
John Logie Baird:
John Rye
Young Douglas Birkinshaw and the man with a flower in his mouth:
Peter Symonds
BBC announcer and the friend of the man with a flower in his mouth:
John Rowe
Young Elizabeth Cowell:
Celestine Randal
Chilton:
Jon Brient
Chilton:
Julia Lewis
Peter Dawson:
Noel Noble
'Hitler' technician:
Roy MacReady
Young Joan Miller:
Kate Gielgud
Prince of Wales's secretary:
Martin Matthews
Isaac Schoenberg:
Leslie Glazer
Campbell Swinton:
Paul Williamson
Selsdon Committee:
Graham Suter

Regional Variations (2)

Public Account

BBC One Scotland

John Timpson in New York and Denis Tuohy in Plains, Georgia, home of Presidential Democratic candidate Jimmy Carter , look at tomorrow's Presidential election. The Kennedy Interview
Ludovic Kennedy talks to Lord Cudlipp, press baron, who edited a national newspaper when he was 24, was chairman of Daily Mirror Newspapers after the coup against Cecil King and currently advises the Government on how to present its counter-inflation policies.
Editor CHRISTOPHER CAPRON

Contributors

Unknown:
John Timpson
Unknown:
Denis Tuohy
Unknown:
Jimmy Carter
Talks:
Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown:
Cecil King
Editor:
Christopher Capron

Aspects of Delinquency
Introduced by LAURIE TAYLOR
Professor of Sociology, University of York.
4: Stay Out of Trouble and You'll be Glad ...
' The second that you start to peer into the area of juvenile justice you're surrounded by a fog of ambiguities, contradictions and confusion. Sometimes indeed it seems as though all the people involved in the process of juvenile justice -policemen, social workers, magistrates - all have totally different conceptions of crime.' In the fourth of ten documentaries Laurie Taylor tells the story of a year in the life of one juvenile delinquent.
Producer GORDON CROTON

Contributors

Introduced By:
Laurie Taylor
Unknown:
Laurie Taylor

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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