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: PLAY SCHOOL

A programme for children at home
Storyteller, Nancy Quayle
Presenters,
Brian Cant , Carole Ward

Contributors

Unknown: Nancy Quayle
Unknown: Brian Cant
Unknown: Carole Ward

: NEWS

: TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT

Who wrote it? Do you like it?
Preference and prejudice towards books and writers
Introduced by Robert Robinson with Elizabeth Jane Howard
Kenneth Allsop
John Betjeman
John Gross
Excerpts read by RICHARD Hurndall , JOHN MOFFATT
Programme devised by Brigid Brophy
Designer. Norman Vertigan
Production assistant, Tristram Powell
Producer, MELVYN BRAGG

Contributors

Introduced By: Robert Robinson
Unknown: Elizabeth Jane Howard
Unknown: Kenneth Allsop
Unknown: John Betjeman
Read By: Richard Hurndall
Read By: John Moffatt
Unknown: Brigid Brophy
Designer: Norman Vertigan
Producer: Melvyn Bragg

: THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV

by FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY
A second chance to see this dramatisation in six parts by FREDERICK GOTFURT
Part 1: Inheritance
First transmission on BBC-2,
Sunday. December 13

: ENQUIRY

Atlantic Command-Whose Finger on Which Trigger? An enquiry by James Mossman
The meeting of the North Atlantic Council finds the West in disarray. Can the nations of Europe always rely upon the United States, and should the power of nuclear peace or war be in their hands alone?
CHARLES DE GAULLE says No. What should Britain say-and how strong is our voice?
Film editor, John Walker
Produced by David J. WEBSTER

Contributors

Unknown: James Mossman
Editor: John Walker
Produced By: David J. Webster

: ED WYNN

introduces
The Hollywood Palace
A new series of top-line variety entertainment from the U.S.A.
This week's stars include:
ED WYNN
EYDIE GORME
THE ROLLING STONES
ZIZI JEAN MAIRE
THE NICHOLAS BROTHERS
LINON and ROB MURRAY
Executive producer. NICK VANOFF
A programme recorded in America

Contributors

Unknown: Zizi Jean Maire
Unknown: The Nicholas Brothers
Unknown: Rob Murray

: The Likely Lads: Entente Cordiale

Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
starring James Bolam as Terry and Rodney Bewes as Bob
with Joan Pickering, Donald McKillop, Barttett Mullins, Sheila Fearn, Olive Milbourne, Christine Collins, Bettine Le Beau

Contributors

Written by: Dick Clement
Written by: Ian La Frenais
Film Editor: Bob Rymer
Designed by: Richard Hunt
Music by: Ronnie Hazlehurst
Produced by: Dick Clement
Terry: James Bolam
Bob: Rodney Bewes
Actor: Joan Pickering
Actor: Donald McKillop
Actor: Barttett Mullins
Actor: Sheila Fearn
Actor: Olive Milbourne
Actor: Christine Collins
Actor: Bettine Le Beau

Blog posts that mention this programme:

Dick Clement at 80 4 September 2017
The Sunday Post: Porridge 22 May 2016

: ROSTROPOVICH AND RICHTER

play
BEETHOVEN
The two great Russians In the complete cycle of five cello sonatas
Tonight:
Sonata No. 4, in C major Op. 102 No. 1
Recorded from the Usher Hall at this year's Edinburgh Festival Introduced by The Countess of Harewood
The artists appeared at the Festival by arrangement with Victor Hochhauser. Ltd. Sonata in D major: Thursday

Contributors

Arrangement With: Victor Hochhauser.

: LATE NIGHT LINE-UP

Round off the day with Denis Tuohy , Michael Dean
Nicholas Tresilian and tonight's guests

Contributors

Unknown: Denis Tuohy
Unknown: Michael Dean
Unknown: Nicholas Tresilian








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