Programme Index

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7.15 What Is Programmed Learning?: 5: The Uses of Programmed Learning
A series of five programmes specially prepared for teachers.

Two examples of unusual programmes, one teaching Latin to grammar school pupils, and the other for remedial teaching of reading to secondary modern school pupils.

7.45 The Tools of Science: 5: The Bubble Chamber
A series of six programmes.

Professor C. C. Butler, F.R.S. of Imperial College explains how physicists probing the secrets of matter can photograph the tracks of invisible high-energy particles as they collide with atomic nuclei.
Film commentary spoken by John Anthony.

8.15 Fothergale Co. Ltd.: 5: Advertising
A second series of eight programmes illustrating how modern economic ideas and techniques are applied in the management of a small but expanding firm.

Does a manufacturer really know his customers and why they buy his products?
Devised and introduced by Ronald Brech.

8.55 Freedom-Now: 5: East Germany-Ulbricht's Alternative
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: Wolfgang Leonhardt, Diana Loeser


Speaker (What Is Programmed Learning?):
William Curr
Speaker (What Is Programmed Learning?):
George Leith
Speaker (What Is Programmed Learning?):
Edward Blishen
Film cameraman (What Is Programmed Learning?):
Alan Jonas
Film cameraman (What Is Programmed Learning?):
Tony Imi
Sound recordist (What Is Programmed Learning?):
Bill Meekums
Film editor (What Is Programmed Learning?):
David Gladwell
Designer (What Is Programmed Learning?):
Don Horne
Producer (What Is Programmed Learning?):
Peter Montagnon
Speaker (The Tools of Science):
Professor C. C. Butler
Narrator (The Tools of Science):
John Anthony
Animations (The Tools of Science):
Alfred Wurmser
Animations (The Tools of Science):
Peter Pegrum
Film edited by (The Tools of Science):
Paddy Wilson
Director (The Tools of Science):
John Dutot
Producer (The Tools of Science):
Brenda Horsfield
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
James MacTaggart:
Hugh Evans
Tom Rudyard:
Michael Hawkins
Bill Smith:
Derek Aylward
Joe Stratton:
Peter Wyatt
Sylvia Masters:
Marian Diamond
Victor Berry:
Neville Jason
Kenneth Webb:
Antony Viccars
Presenter (Freedom-Now):
Derek Hart
Speaker (Freedom-Now):
Wolfgang Leonhardt
Speaker (Freedom-Now):
Diana Loeser
Film editor (Freedom-Now):
Valerie Best
Designer (Freedom-Now):
Christopher Pemsel
Director (Freedom-Now):
Michael Ryan
Producer (Freedom-Now):
Julian Jacottet

[Starring] Mae West as Diamond-Decked Lou
in He was her man... but She Done Him Wrong
with Cary Grant
and Gilbert Roland, Noah Beery, Owen Moore


Lowell Sherman
Story by:
Harvey Thew
Story by:
John Bright
Ralph Rainger
Lady Lou:
Mae West
Captain Cummings:
Cary Grant
Chick Clark:
Owen Moore
Serge Stanieff:
Gilbert Roland
Gus Jordan:
Noah Beery Sr.
Dan Flynn:
David Landau
Russian Rita:
Rafaela Ottiano
Spider Kane:
Dewey Robinson
Rochelle Hudson
Chuck Connors:
Tammany Young
Ragtime Kelly:
Fuzzy Knight
Grace La Rue
Louise Beavers
Robert E. Homans

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