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7.15 What Is Programmed Learning?: 3: Linear and Branching Programmes
A series of five programmes specially prepared for teachers.
Last week many viewers tried to write the next instalment of the 'programme' on knot-tying. Today's broadcast shows a specimen programme written by a teacher, and some comments about the way in which it was constructed. Viewers also see how the programme could have been prepared in branching form.
Written and presented by George Leith and Marion Foord Department of Education, University of Birmingham.

7.45 The Tools of Science: 3: The Diffraction Grating
A series of six programmes.
In atomic physics one of the most important research tools is still the simplest.
The speakers include
From Imperial College, London: Dr. W.T. Welford
From the Atomic Energy Authority: Dr. R. Wilson B. Jones, Dr. A. Gabriel
From the National Physical Laboratory: Dr. A. Franks

8.15 Fothergale Co. Ltd.: 3: Investment Appraisal
A second series of eight programmes illustrating how modern economic ideas and techniques are applied in the management of a small but expanding firm.
In a business, capital should be invested to achieve maximum results with a minimum of risks. Fothergale's make forecasts of future possibilities, for comparison now.
Devised and introduced by Ronald Brech.

8.55 Freedom-Now: 3: Spain - Franco's Peace
Eight programmes examining the way in which people in some European countries control, or are controlled by, their Governments.
Introduced by Derek Hart.
Among those taking part: Hugh Thomas, Jose Luis de Avendano

Contributors

Writer/Presenter (What Is Programmed Learning?):
George Leith
Writer/Presenter (What Is Programmed Learning?):
Marion Foord
Graphics (What Is Programmed Learning?):
Bernard Lodge
Designer (What Is Programmed Learning?):
Don Horne
Director (What Is Programmed Learning?):
Rodney Bennett
Producer (What Is Programmed Learning?):
Peter Montagnon
Producer (The Tools of Science):
John Field
Speaker (The Tools of Science):
Dr. W.T. Welford
Speaker (The Tools of Science):
Dr. R. Wilson B. Jones
Speaker (The Tools of Science):
Dr. A. Gabriel
Speaker (The Tools of Science):
Dr. A. Franks
Devised and introduced by (Fothergale Co. Ltd):
Ronald Brech
Script (Fothergale Co. Ltd):
Roy Russell
Designer (Fothergale Co. Ltd):
Geoffrey Kirkland
Produced and directed by (Fothergale Co. Ltd):
Joy Harington
Gregory Fothergale:
Peter Williams
Tom Rudyard:
Michael Hawkins
Bill Smith:
Derek Aylward
James MacTaggart:
Hugh Evans
Joyce Fothergale:
Helen Christie
Mr. Slater:
Kevin Stoney
Fred Harmsworth:
John Rutland
Wynn Cooke:
Barbara Lott
Victor Berry:
Neville Jason
Walter Goddard:
Graham Rigby
Malcolm Burton:
Jack Allen
Presenter (Freedom - Now):
Derek Hart
Speaker (Freedom - Now):
Hugh Thomas
Speaker (Freedom - Now):
Jose Luis de Avendano
Designer (Freedom - Now):
Christopher Pemsel
Director (Freedom - Now):
Michael Ryan
Producer (Freedom - Now):
Julian Jacottet

The Director and the Star Josef von Sternberg directs Marlene Dietrich in Shanghai Express
with Clive Brook, Anna May Wong
and Warner Oland, Eugene Pallette
See page 32

Contributors

Director/producer:
Josef von Sternberg
Based on a story by:
Harry Hervey
Screenplay by:
Jules Furthman
Photographed by:
Lee Garmes
Sets:
Hans Dreier
Shanghai Lily:
Marlene Dietrich
Captain Harvey:
Clive Brook
Hui Fei:
Anna May Wong
Henry Chang:
Warner Oland
Sam Salt:
Eugene Pallette
Mr. Carmichael:
Lawrence Grant
Mrs. Haggerty:
Louise Glosser Hale
Eric Baum:
Gustav von Seyffertitz
Major Leonard:
Emile Chautard

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