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Story: Meg and Mog written by HELEN NICOLL
Illustrated by JAN PIENKOWSKI Presenters
Carol Chell , Jon Glover
11.25 Interval

Contributors

Written By:
Helen Nicoll
Illustrated By:
Jan Pienkowski
Unknown:
Carol Chell
Unknown:
Jon Glover

11.30 Handicapped in the Community

11.55 Geology

12.20 Schrodinger Wave Equation

12.45 Foundation Maths: Calculus

1.10 Technology and Economics

1.35 Sir Edward Frankland

2.0 The Yehudi Menuhin School

2.25 Soviet Government and Politics

Raoul Walsh Season A feature film
Starring Claire Trevor , John Wayne with Walter Pidgeon , Roy Rogers In Kansas after the Civil War, an infamous Cortfederate guerrilla leader, William Cantrell , carries on a reign of terror until he meets his match in Marshal John Wayne ,
Producer and director RAOUL WALS ]I . Films: page Z

Contributors

Unknown:
Claire Trevor
Unknown:
John Wayne
Unknown:
Walter Pidgeon
Unknown:
Roy Rogers
Leader:
William Cantrell
Unknown:
John Wayne
Director:
Raoul Wals
Mary McCloud:
Claire Trevor
Bob Seton:
John Wayne
William Cantrell:
Walter Ptdgeon
Fletch McCloud:
Roy Rogers
Doc Grunch:
George Hayes
Angus McCloud:
Porter Hall
Mrs Cantrell:
Marjorie Main

The third of five programmes
When men started to grow crops, they praised their fertility god on an instrument which evolved from a simple corn stalk.
David Munrow recreates the music and myth of early instruments with Alan Lumsden , guests John Cousen and David Corkhill
Written by David Munrow Producer Victor Poole
Devised and directed by Paul Kriwaczek

Contributors

Presenter/Musician:
David Munrow
Musician:
Alan Lumsden
Guest musician:
John Cousen
Guest musician:
David Corkhill
Written By:
David Munrow
Producer:
Victor Poole
Devised and Directed By:
Paul Kriwaczek

with Ludovic Kennedy
Richard Kershaw , Angela Rippon
Billy Graham is a unique figure in 20th-century religion. His energy and his methods have made him the world's foremost Evangelist. LUDOVIC KENNEDY talks to BILLY GRAHAM about his life and his work.
Producer JOHN REYNOLDS

Contributors

Unknown:
Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown:
Richard Kershaw
Unknown:
Angela Rippon
Unknown:
Billy Graham
Talks:
Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown:
Billy Graham
Producer:
John Reynolds

starring Vince Hill and The Young Generation with their guests Gilbert Becaud Duane Eddy , The Nolan Sisters
ALYN AINSWORTH AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Choreographer NIGEL LYTHCOE
Script ROY TUVEY , MAURICE SELLAR
Assistant producer BRIAN WHITEHOUSE
Producer STEWART MORRIS

Contributors

Unknown:
Vince Hill
Unknown:
Gilbert Becaud
Unknown:
Duane Eddy
Unknown:
Nigel Lythcoe
Script:
Roy Tuvey
Script:
Maurice Sellar
Producer:
Brian Whitehouse
Producer:
Stewart Morris

based on the novels of ANTHONY TROLLOPE The BBC2 Serial
Written for television in 22 parts by simon RAVEN: part 7 starring
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE
Director HUGH DAVID

Contributors

Unknown:
Anthony Trollope
Producer:
Martin Lisemore
Director:
Hugh David
the Duke of Omnium:
Susan Hampshire
the Duke of Omnium:
Philip Latham
the Duke of Omnium:
Roland Culver
Glencora:
Susan Hampshire
Plantagenet:
Philip Latham
Phineas Finn:
Donal McCann
Mrs Bunce:
Brenda Cowling
Quintus Slide:
Clifford Rose
Lord Chiltern:
John Hallam
Lawrence Fitzgibbon:
Neil Stacy
Capt Colepepper:
Dallas Cavell
Laura Kennedy:
Anna Massey
Robert Kennedy:
Derek Godfrey
Collingwood:
Maurice Quick
Violet Effingham:
Mel Martin
Lady Baldock:
Ellen Pollock
Mme Max Goesler:
Barbara Murray
Dolly Longstaffe:
Donald Pickering
Lord Fawn:
Derek Jacobi
Mr Monk:
Bryan Pringle
Barrington Erle:
Moray Watson
Lord Brentford:
Lockwood West
Mary Flood:
Máire Ni Ghrainne

The Incredible Machine
It looks like a deep and mossy cave, but it is no more than a pore on the human skin, magnified 3,500 times. And what appears to be a coral reef is in fact the tip of t"ne tongue.
The camera watches the movement of the vocal chords; peers down glowing, breathing coiyidors into the depths of the lungs; and shows -us the vibration of tiny bones within the ear so that we actually see sounds being heard. Man's own anatomy has intrigued him through the ages. But now, remarkable camera techniques reveal a startling perspective on how we are made.
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Produced for Nat Geographic Soc and Wolpar Productions by IRWIN ROSTEN
Presented for BBC by VERONICA-JANE BIRLEY Series editor PETER GOODCHILD

Contributors

Narrator:
Paul Vaughan
Unknown:
Irwin Rosten
Editor:
Peter Goodchild

The Men Who Made the Movies
For the next two weeks BBC2 highlights the work of Raoul Walsh-director of many of the greatest action films of the 1930s and 1940s.
Raoul Walsh worked with most of the famous stars of the period, including Humphrey Bogart , James Cagney , George Raft , Edward G. Robinson , Errol Flynn , and gave John Wayne his first acting part - and his screen name. In this programme he reminisces about his career-his debut as an actor in Birth of a Nation, his early silent films and his big hits of the 1940s, including some of the best gangster pictures in Hollywood history. With excerpts from What Price Glory, The Big Trail, The Roaring Twenties, High Sierra, They Died With Their Boots On, Desperate Journey, Gentleman Jim , Northern Pursuit, Objective, Burma!, White Heat, The Bowery, Cockeyed World and The Strawberry Blonde. Narrated by CLIFF ROBERTSON
Written, directed and produced by RICHARD SCHICKEL
A WNET production

Contributors

Unknown:
Raoul Walsh-Director
Unknown:
Raoul Walsh
Unknown:
Humphrey Bogart
Unknown:
James Cagney
Unknown:
George Raft
Unknown:
Edward G. Robinson
Unknown:
Errol Flynn
Unknown:
John Wayne
Unknown:
Gentleman Jim
Unknown:
Strawberry Blonde.
Unknown:
Cliff Robertson
Produced By:
Richard Schickel

BBC Two England

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