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: NEWS REVIEW

for the deaf and hard of hearing
Presenter, Robert Dougall
Translator, Ruth Leeds
Producer, BILL NORTHWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Ruth Leeds

: Best of Both Worlds

Leading conductors from Britain and America present the music they compose and arrange
Percy Faith and his Orchestra
Guest star, Peter Nero

Contributors

Stars/Musicians: Percy Faith and his Orchestra
Guest star/singer: Peter Nero
Sound: Alan Edmonds
Lighting: Geoff Shaw
Design: Lionel Radford
Production: Yvonne Littlewood

: THEATRE 625

The Minister by MAURICE EDELMAN , m.p. dramatised by JOHN O'TOOLE with MICHAEL BARBARA
COUGH JEFFORD
MARK DIGNAM RALPH MICHAEL
JESSICA DUNNING DENIS CAREY
NOEL JOHNSON EARL CAMERON and ROGER LIVESEY
Cast in order of appearance:
Story editor, Irene Shubik
Designer, Natasha Kroll
Producer, ERIC TAYLER
Directed by PETER POTTER
See page 12

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice Edelman
Dramatised By: John O'Toole
Unknown: Michael Barbara
Unknown: Cough Jefford
Unknown: Mark Dignam
Unknown: Ralph Michael
Unknown: Jessica Dunning
Unknown: Denis Carey
Unknown: Noel Johnson
Unknown: Earl Cameron
Unknown: Roger Livesey
Editor: Irene Shubik
Designer: Natasha Kroll
Producer: Eric Tayler
Directed By: Peter Potter
Geoffrey Melville: Michael Gough
Julia Drayford: Jessica Dunning
Mrs M'Landa: Nadia Cattouse
Elizabeth Melville: Barbara Jefford
M'Landa: Earl Cameron
Ormston: Mark Dignam
Collard, the Prime Minister: Roger Livesey
Sir Gregory Broome: Noel Johnson
Palethorpe: Bernard Horsfall
Yates: Denis Carey
Helen Langdale: Thomasine Heiner
Peter Waters: Richard Burrell
Sylvia Melville: Ann Penfold
Parsons: Victor Platt
Speaker of the House of Commons: Walter Horsbrugh
Edward Drayford: Hugh Cross
Merrett: Harvey Ashby
Risbury-Jones: Antony Webb
Sir Rupert Benning: Ralph Michael
Mrs Ormston: Yvonne Coulette
Ardrossan: John Stuart

: LANDMARKS

of life from birth to old age in six documentary films
4: THE FORTRESS
Park Hill flats, Sheffield
Directed by PHILIP DONNELLAN
Cameraman, Ian Stone
Sound recordist, John Gilbert
Still photography, Roger Mayne
Music, EWAN MACCOLL , PEGGY SEEGER
Editor, Bill Brind
A series from Birmingham

Contributors

Directed By: Philip Donnellan
Unknown: Ian Stone
Unknown: John Gilbert
Unknown: Roger Mayne
Music: Ewan MacColl
Music: Peggy Seeger
Editor: Bill Brind

: Job

A musical version
Written and composed by Lawrence Waddy
with Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor
Alex Welsh and his Band
Other parts played by: Carmen Munroe, Juliette Ligertwood, Enrik Rose, Brian Stobbs, Yvette and Yvonne Cox, Gordon Hunt
At the organ, TOM MCCALL
Dance movements, Tutte Lemkow
Design. Michael Young
Producer, CHRISTIAN SIMPSON
First transmission on BBC-1, June 16, 1963

Contributors

Composed By: Lawrence Waddy
Unknown: Robin Hall
Unknown: Jimmie MacGregor
Unknown: Alex Welsh
Played By: Carmen Munroe
Played By: Juliette Ligertwood
Played By: Enrik Rose
Played By: Brian Stobbs
Played By: Yvonne Cox
Unknown: Gordon Hunt
Unknown: Tom McCall
Design: Michael Young
Producer: Christian Simpson
Job: George Webb
Job's wife: Isabelle Lucas
Job's friends: The Southlanders
The Devil: Tutte Lemkow
The Voice of the Lord: Ludlow Dawes

: THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV

by FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY dramatised by FREDERICK GOTFURT
Grushenka has rejected both father and son for a previous lover, and Ivan has been told that his father's servant is going to be taken with an epileptic fit.
Part 4: Parricide
Script editor, Michael Voysey
Designer, Tony Abbott
Producer, DOUGLAS ALLEN
Directed by ALAN BRIDGES
Recorded in the BBC's Glasgow studio

Contributors

Dramatised By: Frederick Gotfurt
Editor: Michael Voysey
Designer: Tony Abbott
Producer: Douglas Allen
Directed By: Alan Bridges
Mitya Karamazov: Ray Barrett
Fenya: Elizabeth Howarth
Grigory: Robert Sansom
Marfa: Marjorie Wilde
Smerdyakov: Alan Rowe
Fyodor Karamazov: John Barrie
Waiter: Ronald Muirhead
Perkhotin: Frederick Bartman
Billiard player: Brian Vaughan
Andrey: Edward Kelsey
Father Paissy: John Moore
Alyosha Karamazov: Nicholas Pennell
Grushenka: Judith Stott
Mussyalovich: James Ottaway
Vrublevsky: Vernon Dobtcheff
Maximov: Arthur Pentelow
Kalganov: Richard Coe
Trifon Plastunov: Alex McCrindle
Mrs Khokhlakov: Ann Castle
Village yokel: Alistair Colledge
Doctor Varvinsky: John Shedden
Mikhail Makarov: Norman Scace
Police secretary: David McKail
Policeman: Gerard Slevin
Gypsy dancers: Delphine
Gypsy dancers: Ken Hamilton
Fire-eater: Elizabeth King
Bear dancers: Edith Goy
Bear dancers: Dorothy Grumbar
Girls: Leonie Jessel
Girls: Leslie Blackater

: NEWS

followed by 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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