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: PLAY SCHOOL

A programme for children at home
Storyteller,
Enid Lorimer
Presenters,
Julie Stevens
Paul Danquah

Contributors

Unknown: Enid Lorimer
Unknown: Julie Stevens
Unknown: Paul Danquah

: NEWS

: SPINNING WHEELS '65

from The Olympic, Birmingham Organised by Mecca Roller Rinks
A gala performance following the official opening tonight of the Olympic Roller Rink
Speed, Sport, and Specialities with Margot Ludolph and Werner Hoffman
Pamela Bruce and Ian Watkins
Margaret and Ron Gibbs
Katrina Choate , Richard Balls
Checker Wheel
Compere, Alan Weeks
Arranged by Eric Morley Produced by PHILIP LEWIS

Contributors

Unknown: Margot Ludolph
Unknown: Werner Hoffman
Unknown: Pamela Bruce
Unknown: Ian Watkins
Unknown: Ron Gibbs
Unknown: Katrina Choate
Arranged By: Eric Morley
Produced By: Philip Lewis

: MUSES WITH MILLIGAN

Poetry and Jazz
Introduced by SPIKE MILLIGAN with MARION WILLIAMS
THE FIVE WORTHIES
STEVE BENBOW
ANTHONY THWAITE
ROY FULLER
Produced by JOHN FURNESS
Spike Milligan is appearing In
Oblomov • at the Comedy Theatre. London

Contributors

Introduced By: Spike Milligan
Unknown: Marion Williams
Unknown: Steve Benbow
Unknown: Anthony Thwaite
Produced By: John Furness
Produced By: Spike Milligan

: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

A ballet based on the fairy tale
Choreography by JOHN CRANKO
Music by MAURICE RAVEL
Ma Mère I'Oye DOREEN WELLS as Beauty
RICHARD FARLEY as The Beast
New Philharmonia Orchestra
Leader, HUGH BEAN
Conducted by John Lanchbery
Make-up for The Beast specially created by Ann Ferriggi
Costumes by Jane Roberts
Designed by Roger Andrews
Adapted and produced by PETER WRIGHT
Doreen Wells and Richard Farley appear by arrangement with the General Administrator. Royal Opera House Covent Garden

Contributors

Choreography By: John Cranko
Music By: Maurice Ravel
Unknown: Doreen Wells
Unknown: Richard Farley
Leader: Hugh Bean
Conducted By: John Lanchbery
Unknown: Ann Ferriggi
Costumes By: Jane Roberts
Designed By: Roger Andrews
Produced By: Peter Wright
Produced By: Doreen Wells
Produced By: Richard Farley

: ENQUIRY

A Woman's Place
A report by James Mossman
The world is quick to recognise a successful man. Success for a woman can be interpreted in many ways. What is a successful woman?
Those taking part include:
Moira Shearer , Brigid Brophy Maureen Cleave , Sarah Miles
Eleanor Bron , Gladys Marsden
Research, Barbara Toler Cameraman, Peter Hall
Film editor, John Walker
Produced by DAVID J. WEBSTER

Contributors

Unknown: James Mossman
Unknown: Moira Shearer
Unknown: Brigid Brophy
Unknown: Maureen Cleave
Unknown: Sarah Miles
Unknown: Eleanor Bron
Unknown: Gladys Marsden
Unknown: Barbara Toler
Unknown: Peter Hall
Editor: John Walker
Produced By: David J. Webster

: INCIDENT

by DAVID CAMPTON with JOHN SHERRATT as the Traveller LINDA GARDNER as Shirley Robinson
SHEILA BRENNAN as Molly Jones
PATRICIA ENGLAND as Jan Smith
EDITH SHARPE as Mrs. Blake
CICELY PAGET-BOWMAN as Miss Brown
Designer, Margaret Peacock Producer, ANTHONY CORNISH
Directed by JOHN DAVIES
Recorded in the BBC's Midland studios

Contributors

Unknown: David Campton
Unknown: John Sherratt
Unknown: Traveller Linda Gardner
Unknown: Shirley Robinson
Unknown: Sheila Brennan
Unknown: Molly Jones
Unknown: Jan Smith
Unknown: Edith Sharpe
Unknown: Cicely Paget-Bowman
Designer: Margaret Peacock
Producer: Anthony Cornish
Directed By: John Davies

: NIGHT TRAIN TO SURBITON

A serial in six episodes written by JOHN CHAPMAN starring
PETER JONES
NICHOLAS PARSONS
ELEANOR SUMMERFIELD with Christine Finn , Fabia Drake
John G. Heller , John Bluthal
Episode 1
Characters in order of appearance:
Original music composed and conducted by NORMAN PERCIVAL
Film cameraman, Peter Hamilton
Film editor. Bill Harris
Designed by Richard Hunt
Produced by BRYAN SEARS

Contributors

Written By: John Chapman
Unknown: Peter Jones
Unknown: Nicholas Parsons
Unknown: Eleanor Summerfield
Unknown: Christine Finn
Unknown: Fabia Drake
Unknown: John G. Heller
Conducted By: Norman Percival
Editor: Bill Harris
Designed By: Richard Hunt
Produced By: Bryan Sears
Guy Bretherton: Nicholas Parsons
Shop assistant: Alison Seebohm
Manageress: Joan Sanderson
Matthew Pilbeam^: Peter Jones
Woman in train: Gwen Lewis
Martinez: David Grahame
Ticket collector: George Betton
Guard: John Crocker
Policeman: Derek Partridge
Hester Pilbeam: Eleanor Summerfield
Mrs Banks: Fabia Drake
Stella Craine: Christine Finn
Frobisher: John G Heller
Ward: John Bluthal

: VICTOR BORGE

introduces
The Hollywood Palace
A series of top-line variety entertainment from the U.S.A.
This week's stars include:
VICTOR BORGE
ALICE FAYE
THE SWINGLE SINGERS
THE NICHOLAS BROTHERS
PAT MORITA
NANCY WILSON
RIH ARUSO and DE MILLE
Executive producer, NICK VANOFF
A programme recorded in America

Contributors

Unknown: Victor Borge
Unknown: Alice Faye
Unknown: Nicholas Brothers
Unknown: Pat Morita
Unknown: Nancy Wilson
Unknown: Rih Aruso
Producer: Nick Vanoff

: 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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