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: Jane Eyre: Part 4

by Charlotte Bronte.
Adapted for television in six weekly instalments by Constance Cox and Ian Dallas.
[Starring] Stanley Baker and Daphne Slater

The action takes place at Thornfield Hall in the year 1835.


Author: Charlotte Bronte
Adapted for television by: Constance Cox
Adapted for television by: Ian Dallas
Producer: Campbell Logan
Jane Eyre: Daphne Slater
Mrs Fairfax: Barbara Everest
Adele: Valerie Smith
Rochester: Stanley Baker
Leah: Joyce Chancellor
Grace Poole: Jane Henderson
The mad woman: Dorothy Black
Clergyman: Graham Stuart
Briggs: Ian Fleming
Mr Mason: Roger Snowdon
John, the footman: Philip Howard
Others taking part: Alanna Boyce
Others taking part: Pauline Coe
Others taking part: Norma Dale
Others taking part: Ronald Grierson
Others taking part: Nelly Griffiths
Others taking part: David Higson
Others taking part: Richard Holden
Others taking part: Patrick Milner
Others taking part: Carol Olver
Others taking part: Colin Wall

: Let's Make a Date

Brian Reece says Let's Make a Date.

The Song that Made the Star
with the Beverley Sisters.

Look Who's Here
Up-to-date news and views from the world of entertainment.

Scored for the Screen
The theme music from the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Cinemascope production in colour
"Viva Las Vegas".

The Better Half
A well-known comedian's wife introduces her husband.

Billy Ternent and his Orchestra

From the BBC's North of England studios


Presenter: Brian Reece
Singers (The Song that Made the Star): The Beverley Sisters
Musicians: Billy Ternent and his Orchestra
Script: Jack Bradley
Script: Ray Davies
Editor: John Ammonds
Producer: Barney Colehan

: Quiet Revolution

by Colin Morris.
A documentary drama concerning a man who tried to awaken a pagan community.


Writer: Colin Morris
Film cameraman: Peter Hamilton
Film editor: Alf Chapman
Producer: Gilchrist Calder

: Introducing the United States

A series of films, commissioned by NATO, presenting members of the Atlantic Community to each other.

: The Brains Trust

meets every Sunday afternoon to answer questions sent by viewers.
The members this week are Dr. J. Bronowski, David Daiches, Geoffrey Grigson, Frank Thistlethwaite.
Question-Master, Malcolm Muggeridge
Questions should be addressed to: The Brains Trust, [address removed]


Panellist: Dr. J. Bronowski
Panellist: David Daiches
Panellist: Geoffrey Grigson
Panellist: Frank Thistlethwaite
Question-Master: Malcolm Muggeridge
Presented by: Enid Love

: Children's Television

Johnny Morris tells you a story.

Children's Film Magazine
Showing recent items of interest and news events.

Extra Item
by Frederick H. Wiseman.

Sunday at Six
Dr. H. F. Wilson talks about his grandfather, David Livingstone, the famous explorer-missionary, and shows you some of his possessions.

(to 18.05)


Storyteller: Johnny Morris
Writer (Extra Item): Frederick H. Wiseman
Designer (Extra Item): Douglas Smith
Producer (Extra Item): Barbara Hammond
Barry Green: Melvyn Hayes
David Horton: Anthony Green
Celia Green: Christine Stirling
Mr Wright: Michael Corcoran
Mrs Wright: Sally Travers
Pa Robinson: Campbell Gray
Jim Robinson: Peter Scott
Customs Officer: Shay Gorman
Others taking part: Patrick Duggan
Others taking part: June Grant
Others taking part: Mitchell Christopher
Presenter (Sunday at Six): Dr. H. F. Wilson

: Africa Dances

The African Ballet of Keita Fodeba at 7.45 this evening

Leading Tom-Tom player, Traore Dougoufana

ENIAN-ADJE by Dynah Mockey
The Evil Sorcerer............Sy//a Marikt
The Witch Doctor..................Jacouba The Victim........................Amina DO CT 0 R I A song of grief sung by a widow Singer, Madiana M IN D I A N by Koyah Maros Traditional dance of a young bride . Dancer, Fanta Dialy MIWELA A Congo love song Singer, Kandia DOUNOUMBA A harvest dance by Kante Faceli The young girls: Fanta Dialy. Massaba, Diawara. The young men: Bari, Gonkoua, Jacouba. Solo dancer, Faceli BOUNDESSA A song from Senegal Cora players: Bakary, Daouda Dancer, Faceli THE FIRE DANCE by Keita Fodeba Dancers; Manika, Jacouba, Bari. Fire-eaters: Mariki, Camara DECOR BY BERNARD DAYDE Presented for television by MARGARET DALE (By arrangement with Peter Daubeny and Leon Hepner)

: Sunday-Night Theatre: Siding 273

by Val Gielgud.
[Starring] Sebastian Shaw
with Sarah Lawson and Valerie White.
The action takes place during the autumn of 1946, in a schoolroom in a small Austrian town on the border of the British and Russian Zones of Occupation.


Writer: Val Gielgud
Designer: Stephen Taylor
Assistant producer: Terence Cook
Producer: Val Gielgud
Corporal Albert Pym: Jeffrey Segal
Betty Sanders: Valerie White
Virginia Lawrence: Sarah Lawson
Major Gerald Craven, D.S.O.: Sebastian Shaw
Jean Ravaillac: Seymour Green
Dr Justinus van Galen: Gerard Heinz
Captain George Graves, M.C.: Barry Letts
Brigadier Lambert, C.M.O.: Ronald Simpson
Colonel Ivan Roudenko: Stanley Platts
Political Commissar Sergei Karpoff: Henry Oscar
Jadwiga Konska: Eileen Way
Adela Rubinstein: Ernestine Costa
Issachar Ben-Menahem (Judas): Alan Tilvern
David Gottlieb: Jack May

: A Friend at the Door

A film.
The unmarried mother, the old-age pensioner, the juvenile delinquent, and the family distressed by the threat of illness and poverty-these are the people who need help and are given it by 'a friend at the door'. British Columbia is a large and rugged Province in Canada but its social workers bring comfort and practical aid to human beings in need wherever they may live.

: Celebrity Recital

Campoli (violin), Ernest Lush (piano)


Violinist: Campoli
Pianist: Ernest Lush
Presented by: Patricia Foy

: The Epilogue

The Rev. George Candlish, Director of the Gateway Theatre, Edinburgh, talks about the spiritual values that lie behind the Edinburgh International Festival.


Presenter: The Rev. George Candlish

: News Summary

followed by The Weather and Close Down

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