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with Susan King
The Behaviour of Domestic Animals
Why do cows disperse when they are frightened whilst sheep flock together? Susan tries to find the answer to this and many other questions about the behaviour of animals.
Film editor RICHARD SEEL
Producer DAVID TURNBULL

England v Australia from Headingley The second day's play up to lunch.
Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
JIM LAKER , IAN CHAPPELL
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING and BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Introduced By:
Peter West
Commentators:
Richie Benaud
Unknown:
Jim Laker
Unknown:
Ian Chappell
Presentation By:
David Kenning
Presentation By:
Bill Taylor

Today's story:
The Sorcerer's Apprentice Presenters
CAROL CHELL , LIONEL MORTON
Percussionist DON LAWSON Pianist JONATHAN COHEN Designer ALAN SPALDING Written and directed by CHRISTINE SECOWBE
Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYINTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Unknown:
Carol Chell
Unknown:
Lionel Morton
Pianist:
Percussionist Don Lawson
Pianist:
Jonathan Cohen
Designer:
Alan Spalding
Directed By:
Christine Secowbe
Producer:
Anne Gobey
Producer:
Cyinthia Felgate

Glass: the future for Sylveste is not all it seems in Pat's crystal ball. Tony's ingenious painting on glass doesn't please the Burbles and the Prof receives the biggest fan letter ever.
Tony Hart, Pat Keysell, Sylveste McCoy and The Prof
(The address to send paintings to is: Tony Hart, BBC TV, [address removed]. Unfortunately they can't be returned but a prize is given for each one shown.)

Contributors

Presenter:
Tony Hart
Presenter:
Pat Keysell
Performer:
Sylveste McCoy
Director:
Clive Doig
Producer:
Patrick Dowling

On the Folly Trail
Bob Wellings , roaming Britain in search of follies - those strange buildings with even stranger stories attached - tonight visits Bristol (a rewarding city for follyhumters) and Lancashire, where he finds a secret garden on the moors.

Contributors

Unknown:
Bob Wellings

A French Queen called Antoinette, when advised of a shortage of bread for the people replied: ' Let them eat cake.'
An English Lady called Docker, when advised centuries later of a shortage of chrome for her Daimler replied: ' Dip it in gold.'
In both cases the people rose to the occasion. British ingenuity proved not only equal to that but to other more important tasks. Industry was riding high. In 1952 we were the world's biggest exporters of cars. We exploded our first H-bomb. We were building our first nuclear reactor. The Comet, Vul-r can, Hunter and Viscount were testimony to the fact that Britain was gradually climbing out of austerity and reaching for the stars.
Tonight, in the second of four programmes, Julian Pettifer reflects with Sir Monty Finniston , Lord Robens and others on that time of promise, when perhaps all too often from the jaws of victory we plucked defeat.
Film editor TONY KOVACS
Producers MARGARET JAY , BILL JONES Executive producer FRANK SMITH

Contributors

Unknown:
Julian Pettifer
Unknown:
Sir Monty Finniston
Editor:
Tony Kovacs
Producers:
Margaret Jay
Producer:
Frank Smith

by Bill Craig
A series in eight episodes
Starring Gemma Jones as Louisa
with John Cater as Starr, Barrie Cookson as Sir Esmond Manning, James Laurenson as Culliford, Alan MacNaughton as Lawrie, Richard Vernon as Major Smith-Barton, Thorley Walters as Bulstrode, John Welsh as Merriman

Louisa is worried about the lease on the Bentinck, and why do the press suddenly take such an interest in the Hotel...?
(Repeat)

The Theme from The Duchess of Duke Street plus Gemma Jones singing songs from the period (Record No RESL 45) 70p, from record shops

Contributors

Writer:
Bill Craig
Signature Tune:
Alexander Faris
Associate Producer:
Anthea Browne-Wilkinson
Producer:
John Hawkesworth
Director:
Simon Langton
Louisa:
Gemma Jones
Starr:
John Cater
Sir Esmond Manning:
Barrie Cookson
Culliford:
James Laurenson
Lawrie:
Alan MacNaughton
Major Smith-Barton:
Richard Vernon
Bulstrode:
Thorley Walters
Merriman:
John Welsh
Constable:
Gordon Christie
Buckhurst:
Andrew Knox
Nelson:
Christopher Biggins
Mary:
Victoria Plucknett

starring in Love is a Many Stupid Thing by CARLA LANE featuring
Producer SYDNEY I.OTTERBY Director RAY BUTT
Book (same title), 60p (paperback), E2.50 (hardback), from bookshops

Contributors

Producer:
Sydney I.Otterby
Sandra:
Nerys Hughes
Carol:
Elizabeth Estensen
Mrs Hutchinson:
Mollie Sugden
Paul:
John Nettles
Bill:
Barry Stokes
Housewife:
Paula Tilbrook
Butcher:
Jim Whelan
Girl:
Julie Sinclair

A six-part serial
3: Motives by IAN CURTEIS
The Law Society investigate Ben's new scheme. They even seek advice from his father-in-law, George, who is Ben's fiercest opponent.
Script ediitor stmon MASTERS Designer CAMPBELL GORDON Producer MORRIS BARRY Director DAVID ASKEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Ian Curteis
Unknown:
Stmon Masters
Designer:
Campbell Gordon
Producer:
Morris Barry
Director:
David Askey
Mr Chitty:
Eric Mason
Ben Conroy:
Clive Francis
George Ross:
Leon Sinden
Simon Brooke:
Colin Campbell
Lord Barham:
Ivor Roberts
Angela Conroy:
Wendy Allnutt
Ellen Ross:
Joy Harington
Frances Penrose:
Marian Diamond
Jim Woodley:
Kenneth Watson
Mr Borrowes:
Trevor Baxter
Gerald Fowler:
Don Fellows

One year in Heddington, Wiltshire. A documentary serial in seven parts 5: Of Feuds and Flags, Pheasants and Fetes
John Stothard is voted off the Parish Council. In the church a consistory decides whether the Elizabethan flagon can be auctioned off to defray the cost of a new roof. Lord Shelbuirne's gamekeepers bring the baby pheasants to the peak of their condition - in time to face the guns in autumn. Directed and narrated by DAVID PRITCHARD
Film editor JOHN BARNES
Producer MARK ANDERSON

Contributors

Unknown:
John Stothard
Unknown:
David Pritchard
Editor:
John Barnes
Producer:
Mark Anderson

Also starring Errol Flynn
Olivia De Havilland with Donald Crisp Alan Hale
Vincent Price
Infatuated with the dashing young Earl of Essex, Elizabeth I is soon to find herself torn between her love for him and her duty as a monarch.
Director MICHAEL CURTIZ. Films: page 10

Contributors

Unknown:
Errol Flynn
Unknown:
Olivia de Havilland
Unknown:
Donald Crisp
Unknown:
Alan Hale
Director:
Michael Curtiz.
Queen Elizabeth:
Bette Davis
Earl of Essex:
Errol Flynn
Lady Penelope Grey:
Olivia de Havilland
Francis Bacon:
Donald Crisp
Earl of Tyrone:
Alan Hale
Sir Walter Raleigh:
Vincent Price
Lord Burghley:
Henry Stephenson
Sir Robert Cecil:
Henry Daniell
Sir Thomas:
James Stephenson

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