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Story: The Golden Goose (trad) Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , Ben Bazell (Kppeat)
Book, Play School Stories, 95p, from booksellers: Play School Hello (record REC 425, cassette ZCM425), from retailers or Teledata (phone [number removed])

Contributors

Unknown:
Chloe Ashcroft
Unknown:
Ben Bazell

The feature film starring
Anton Walbrook , Deborah Kerr Roger Livesey
This great British epic traces the military career of Clive Candy , vc, personification of the traditional British gentleman-soldier. From the Boer War through the First World War to the brink of the Second, Candy pursues the elusive virtues of honour, magnanimity and fairness in love and war. Roger Livesey excels as Candy in this masterly affirmation of an ideal doomed by the looming terrors of Hitler's war.
Written, produced and directed by "MICHAEL POWELL and EMERIC PRESSBURGER
Films: page 14

Contributors

Unknown:
Anton Walbrook
Unknown:
Deborah Kerr
Unknown:
Roger Livesey
Unknown:
Clive Candy
Unknown:
Roger Livesey
Directed By:
Michael Powell
Unknown:
Emeric Pressburger
Theo Kretschmar-Schuldorff:
Anton Walbrook
Edith Hunter:
Deborah Keer
Barbara Wynne:
Deborah Keer
Johnny Cannon:
Deborah Keer
Clive Candy:
Roger Livesey
Spud Wilson:
James McKechnie
Stuffy Graves:
Neville Mapp
Colonel Betteridge:
Roland Culver
Hoppy:
David Hutcheson
Period Blimp:
Spencer Trevor
Kaunitz:
Davidward
von Schonborn:
Valentine Dyall
von Reumann:
Carl Jaffe
von Ritter:
Albert Lieven
Frau von Kalteneck:
Ursula Jeans
Murdoch:
John Laurie
van Zill:
Reginald Tate
Major Davis:
Harry Welchman
President of Council:
A. E. Matthews

'Lord - must see it - it's my roots.'
A trip to Jamaica, the land that Musical Youth call home. Who would turn down a week's holiday from school in mid-winter Birmingham and the chance to visit Kingston, Port Antonio and long-lost relatives? Meet Eek-a-Mouse, Sugar Minot, Scientist? Eat curried goat, lobster, jerk pork? Play a gig in front of a couple of hundred schoolgirls on the side of the Ocean? - Not MUSICAL YOUTH.
Producer Paul Pierrot
Community Programme Unit
(First shown on BBCl)

The BBC Television International Sheepdog Championship
Introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric Halsall Second Semi-final
An Irishman who farms near the Wicklow Mountains and a Welsh-man who tends sheep in the Ithon Valley meet to decide who joins last week's semi-final winner for a place in the Singles Final in two weeks' time.
DENIS BIRCHALL , from Dunlavin, with Eve (Ireland)
DICK NICHOLLS. from Llandrindod Wells, with Rod (Wales) The Brace Championship continues today on the trials course above the Clyde at Kelburn, in Ayrshire.
JOHN TEMPLETON with Roy and Ben (Scotland) v
TIM LONGTON with Clun Roy and Tweed (England)
Director MICHAEL KERR
Producer IAN SMITH

Contributors

Introduced By:
Phil Drabble
Unknown:
Eric Halsall
Unknown:
Denis Birchall
Unknown:
Dick Nicholls.
Unknown:
Clun Roy
Director:
Michael Kerr
Producer:
Ian Smith

Another chance to see Paul Daniels as he sets out to amuse and amaze in his own special fashion and introduces his international guests: from America Lance Burton, the current world champion of manipulation and ventriloquist Carl Garray with an act of surprises
Special guest appearance by Eric Bristow with Debbie McGee
Musical director KEN JONES
Programme associate ALl BONGO Director JOHN BISHOP
Produced by JOHN FISHER

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Daniels
Unknown:
Carl Garray
Unknown:
Eric Bristow
Unknown:
Debbie McGee
Unknown:
Bongo Director John
Produced By:
John Fisher

A duel of words and wit between Frank Mulr Gabrielle Drake
Sir Huw Wheldon and Arthur Marshall Miriam Stoppard Derek Fowlds
Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN
Produced and directed by PAUL CIANI

Contributors

Unknown:
Frank Mulr
Unknown:
Gabrielle Drake
Unknown:
Sir Huw Wheldon
Unknown:
Arthur Marshall
Unknown:
Miriam Stoppard
Unknown:
Derek Fowlds
Unknown:
Robert Robinson
Unknown:
Mark Goodson
Unknown:
Bill Todman
Directed By:
Paul Ciani

Public figures in conversation with Dr Anthony Clare
Richard Ingrams , Editor of Private Eye
'I am aware of being sort of rather bottled up about things. But I'm not really sure that I've got tremendous feelings to reveal ... Maybe this is why I write, that it is a sort of neurosis in a way. that you get rid of your feelings by writing.'
Director JONATHAN DENT
Executive producer BARRY BROWN Producer chius MOUR

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr Anthony Clare
Unknown:
Richard Ingrams
Director:
Jonathan Dent
Producer:
Barry Brown

The film thriller from the novel by DICK FRANCIS starring Judi Dench Scott Antony
Michael Williams
Following an anonymous telephone top-off that his horse will be stopped if ridden by his regular jockey, racehorse trainer Bill Davidson is killed in a fall from his top steeplechaser, Admiral. A friend of the dead man is con. vinced that Admiral was doped and persists in his enquiries without the support of the racing authorities or the police.
Screenplay by TONY RICHARDSON and JOHN OAKSEY
Produced by NEIL HARTLEY
Directed by TONY RICHARDSON
(First showing on British television) Films: page 14

Contributors

Novel By:
Dick Francis
Unknown:
Judi Dench
Unknown:
Scott Antony
Unknown:
Michael Williams
Unknown:
Bill Davidson
Unknown:
Tony Richardson
Unknown:
John Oaksey
Produced By:
Neil Hartley
Directed By:
Tony Richardson
Alan:
Scott Antony
Laura Davidson:
Judi Dench
Sandy:
Michael Williams
Penny:
Nina Thomas
Clifford Tudor:
Mark Dignam
Lodge:
Julian Glover
Joe Nantwich:
Joseph Blatchley
Walter:
John Bindon
Albert:
Dervis Ward
Bill Davidson:
Ian Hogg
Sir Cresswell:
Bill Fraser
YukO:
Hideo Saito

11.45 Hidden Heavens
The sky at night Is not quite as It seems; it Is dominated by vast clouds of invisible gases containing molecules previously unknown to man. How have these clouds been detected and the molecules Identified?
12.10 The Ethnic Dimension
Made In 1880, this programme looks at the response of Coventry's Social Services Department to the needs of the city's ethnic minorities.

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