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Junior Craft, Design and Technology: Up and Down the Hill Teachers' Programme 3
Introducing more craft skills and developing the technology needed to go uphill. A companion programme for pupils, Uphill, will be broadcast next Monday. Producer DAVID TAFT


David Taft

Coverage of the first day of Goodwood's May meeting.
2.30 The Halnaker Stakes (6f)
3.0 Ripolin Handicap Stakes (Old Mile)
3.30 Clive Graham Stakes (IJm)
Henry Cecil holds a strong hand in this prestigious race run in memory of BBC television's revered paddock commentator.
4.0 Westerton Handicap Stakes (lfm)
Introduced by JULIAN wilson
CommentatorsPETER o'sullevan JIMMY LINDLEY , JOHN HANMER
TV presentation bill TAYLOR


Introduced By:
Julian Wilson
Peter O'Sullevan
Jimmy Lindley
John Hanmer
Bill Taylor

The school was established in Sheffield in 1960 and was the first comprehensive school in the city. This film portrays the school in the mid-1970s through the views of the Headmaster, the Headgirl and some Heads of Departments. It also shows the effect certain curriculum ideals, inherent in the school, have on the relationship between teacher and pupil, and on what is actually taught.
A BBC/Open University production

in Triple Trouble
Charlie, working for an inventor, finds himself vaporised when enemy agents try to steal a secret formula!
Written and directed by CHARLES CHAPLIN New music composed and. directed by DENNIS WILSON. Executive producer WILL FITZWATER .


Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Directed By:
Dennis Wilson.
Will Fitzwater
Charlie Chaplin
Servant girl:
Edna Purviance
German diplomat:
Leo White

The second- of six vignettes from last year's International Folklore Festival at Sidmouth, East Devon. featuring Ram's Bottom (from Derby)
The Rainbow Dancers Len Graham
(from Belfast) Packie Byrne
Anne Lennox-Martin and Sam Stephens


Len Graham
Packie Byrne
Anne Lennox-Martin
Sam Stephens

continues the season of outstanding Broadway shows. Starring Gordon MacRae, Shirley Jones
This lavish version of the Rodgers and Hammerstein immensely successful show retains all its immortal songs - including 'Mister Snow', 'June is bustin' out all over' and 'You'll never walk alone'. It tells of Billy Bigelow, who - in a starry heaven - learns that his wife and daughter on earth are having problems. As he recounts their happy life together he is told that he may return to them - just for a day.
Screenplay JjyraotBE and henry ephron Music by Richard Rodgers
Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein From their musical play, based on FERENC MOLNAR'S Lihom
Directed by henry KING. Films: page 23


Gordon MacRae
Shirley Jones
Directed By:
Henry King.
Gordon MacRae
Shirley Jones
Cameron Mitchell
Barbara Ruick
Cousin Nettie:
Claramae Turner
Mr SnOW:
Robert Rounseville
Gene Lockhart
Mrs Mullin:
Audrey Christie
Susan Luckey
Mr Bascombe:
John Dehner
Captain Watson:
Feank Tweddell
Louise's dancing partner:
Jacques D'Amboise
Enoch Snow Jr:
Dee Pollock

Introduced by William Woollard from the Vauxhall Test Track, Luton.
Motor manufacturers spend millions of pounds on research and development and part of that money goes on the practical road testing of vehicles. WILLIAM WOOLLARD looks at Britain's longest test track to find out if the expense and effort is justified.
Jackie Stewart looks ahead to the new law to make the wearing of seat belts compulsory.
If you thought it was difficult enough to take your driving test, Sue Baker finds out how the professionals do it at the Army School of Mechanical Transport. Director PHILIP FRANKLIN
Executive producer derek suith BBC Birmingham


Introduced By:
William Woollard
Philip Franklin

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The Orson Welles Story

BBC Two England


The Orson Welles Story

Episode 1: The Orson Welles Story - Part 1

Duration: 1 hour, 50 minutes

on BBC Two England

Profile of Orson Welles, looking at his life and career in theatre, radio and particularly film. This part deals with his work up to Touch of Evil. Show more

Presenters PETER snow , JOHN TUSA and DONALD MACCORMICK bring you the major events of the day, and the pictures, interviews and analysis that explain their significance. From the programme's team of correspondents: film reports shot in Britain and around the world on the issues and topics which are making the headlines.
JOAN BAKEWELL has the first news of stories from the arts; DAVID ICKE and MARSHALL LEE have the stories from behind the world of sport.


Peter Snow
John Tusa
Donald MacCormick
Joan Bakewell
David Icke
Marshall Lee

BBC Two England

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