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: Open University

10.35 Social Sciences 35
11.5 Science 34
11.35 Mathematics 35
12.5 Arts 34

: Closedown

: News Review

The best of the week's news film.
For the deaf and hard of hearing a commentary appears visually. Presenter Tim Nichols Producer BILL NORTHWOOD and Weather

Contributors

Presenter: Tim Nichols

: The World About Us

Enchanted Lagoon
Narrated by EDWARD WOODWARD
A hundred sea miles north of the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific Ocean there are two idyllic atolls called Nuguria.
Hermann Schlenker, a German explorer and film maker, spent a summer with the islanders. His film shows these gentle, primitive people in their last year before they learn to read and discover the world beyond their islands.
Written and presented by ANNE WINDER Executive producer BRIAN BRANSTON

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Woodward
Presented By: Anne Winder
Producer: Brian Branston

: Music on 2

Paganini Premiere
BBC outside broadcast cameras were at London's Royal Festival Hall last week to record the world premiere of the recently discovered Violin Concerto No 3 by Nicolo Paganini composed around 1830
Henryk Szeryng (solo violin) LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader JOHN GEORGIADIS conducted by Alexander Gibson
The programme begins with the concert overture Waverley by Berlioz.
Introduced by RICHARD BAKER
Director BRIAN LARGE

Contributors

Unknown: Nicolo Paganini
Unknown: Henryk Szeryng
Leader: John Georgiadis
Conducted By: Alexander Gibson
Introduced By: Richard Baker
Director: Brian Large

: For the Nation

Portrait of a Man by van der Weyden at the National Gallery, London
GREGORY MARTIN discusses the unique combination of spiritual intensity and technical bravura which won this picture so much deserved publicity when it was bought for the nation this year.
Director JULIAN JEBB

Contributors

Director: Julian Jebb

: Fathers and Sons

by IVAN TURGENEV dramatised in four parts by DENIS CONSTANDUROS
The story of a classic clash between generations. Part 1
Sound ALAN FOGG
Lighting ALAN HORNE Designer
STUART WALKER
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Producer MARTIN LlSEMORE Director PADDY RUSSELL
(A 19th-century generation gap: p 9)

Contributors

Unknown: Denis Constanduros
Designer: Stuart Walker
Editor: Lennox Phillips
Producer: Martin Llsemore
Director: Paddy Russell
Nikolai: Anthony Bate
Pavel: John Bennett
Piotr: Michael Bilton
Fenichka: Lyndell Rowe
Bazarov: James Laurenson
Arkady: David Wood
Farmboy: Paul Burton
Dunyasha: Lynne Frederick
Mitya: Daniel John

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Classically Russian 31 January 2016

: Rowan and Martin

invite you to their Laugh-In
Guests include Herschel Bernardi Phyllis Diller , Fernando Lamas George Raft and the regulars
A Schlatter/Friendly production for NBC

Contributors

Unknown: Herschel Bernardi
Unknown: Phyllis Diller
Unknown: Fernando Lamas
Unknown: George Raft

: News Summary

and Weather

: One Man's Week

John Tavener , composer and conductor, looks back over a week spent at the Little Missenden Festival, a monastery in Kent and lying on his back in the garden.
Producer IAN KEILL Editor ROWAN AYERS

Contributors

Unknown: John Tavener
Producer: Ian Keill
Editor: Rowan Ayers

: Closedown









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