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: EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL

The first part of the final Orchestral Concert direct from the Usher Hall, Edinburgh
Claudio Abbado conducts the LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA in TCHAIKOVSKY'S Fantasy Overture Romeo and Juliet and STRAVINSKY'S
Symphony of Psalms with the Scottish Festival Chorus
Introduced by Tom Fleming
Directed by ANTONY CRAXTON

Contributors

Unknown: Claudio Abbado
Introduced By: Tom Fleming
Directed By: Antony Craxton

: WHICKER'S WORLD

I'm here to tell you-it's happening all over
Alan Whicker gets involved with THE LOVE GENERATION
San Francisco has become the capital of the world for a rapidly multiplying tribal community of self-styled beautiful young people.' They are staging a peaceful revolution against the pressures and greed of the western way of life. Their choice of weapons-love.
But the ' straight world ' outside shows little enthusiasm for these parasitic Flower Children, with their long hair, far-out clothes, and dropped-out ideals. The reason-all too often their choice of stimulant is drugs.
Produced and directed by FRED BURNLEY
See page 2

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Whicker
Directed By: Fred Burnley

: ANGEL PAVEMENT

by J. B. PRIESTLEY dramatised in four parts by DAVID TURNER
In return for his share of the agency, Golspie has received his commission from Dersingham. Turgis, maddened by Lena's indifference, has attacked her.
PART 4: They Go Home Producer, DAVID CONROY
Directed by PADDY RUSSELL
For cast see Wednesday, 10.35 p.m.

Contributors

Unknown: J. B. Priestley
Unknown: David Turner
Directed By: Paddy Russell

: JOCK ON THE GO

by PETER TERSON based on ARNOLD BENNETT 'S
Jock at a Venture and adapted for television by Peter Terson and Peter Cheeseman
Songs composed and music arranged by Jeff Parton , Gillian Brown
James Hayes , Christopher Martin Beryl Cotton , Ron Daniels and Susan Glanville
Old prints of the Potteries from the Mansell Collection
Designer, Charles Carroll
Produced by PETER CHEESEMAN
Directed by ALAN REES from the Midlands
' Jock on the Go ' was adapted from the original stage production at the Victoria Theatre Stoke-on-Trent

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Terson
Unknown: Arnold Bennett
Television By: Peter Terson
Television By: Peter Cheeseman
Arranged By: Jeff Parton
Arranged By: Gillian Brown
Arranged By: James Hayes
Unknown: Christopher Martin
Unknown: Beryl Cotton
Unknown: Ron Daniels
Unknown: Susan Glanville
Designer: Charles Carroll
Produced By: Peter Cheeseman
Directed By: Alan Rees
Jock on the Go: Christopher Martin
Jabez: Ellis Dale
Stan the potter: James Hayes
Esmond: James Hayes
Blunger: Harry Jones
Mr Snaggs: Terence Davies
William the Barman: Robert Powell
Lady: Gilllan Brown
Belle 1: Jane Wood
Pregnant Daughter): Jane Wood
First Collier: David Hill
Mrs Clowes: Anne Raitt
Flighty Daughter: Susan Glanville
Musician: Jeff Parton
Organist: Ron Daniels

: NEWS SUMMARY

: LATE NIGHT LINE-UP

Criticism, Discussion, Diversion with Michael Dean , Joan Bakewell
Tony Bilbow , Sheridan Morley and tonight's guests

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Dean
Unknown: Joan Bakewell
Unknown: Tony Bilbow
Unknown: Sheridan Morley

: MIDNIGHT MOVIE

Intrigue starring
GEORGE RAFT, JUNE HAVOC with Tom Tully. Helena Carter
Screenplay by BARRY TRIVERS and GEORGE SLAVIN
Directed by Edward L. Martin
Produced by Sam Bischolff
A newspaperman's expose of the Shanghai Black Market leads to an unwelcome and unexpected discovery.

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Tully.
Unknown: Barry Trivers
Unknown: George Slavin
Directed By: Edward L. Martin
Produced By: Sam Bischolff
Brad Dunham: George Raft
Tamara Baranoff: June Havoc
Linda Parker: Helena Carter
Mark Andrews: Tom Tully
Ramon: Marvin Miller
Karidian: Dan Seymour
Liu Chen: Philip Ahn
Mike: Jay C Flippen








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