A personal view of a private collection
Guy the gorilla, an elephant skull, a field of sheep, a painting by Cezanne: Henry Moore talks about the things that interest him. In his home and around the studios he describes a collection of paintings and sculptures which is unique.
Narrator TONY CHURCH
Written and produced by JOHN READ
A second programme, Henry Moore - the language of sculpture: Wed, 8.10 pm
More items of interest, information and investigation for collectors about collecting.
Church Silver: To sell or not to sell? MICHAEL REINHOLD reports on a complex issue which divides the Church of England.
Potted History: An expert describes how Staffordshire pottery, in a way all its own, reflects the history of the 18th and 19th centuries.
Arthur Negus answers viewers' questions Hugh Scully introduces the programme
Director PAUL SMITH
Producer ROBIN DRAKE
Editor JOHN KING (Bristol)
by HUGH WHITEMORE
1: Towards the Beginning
A television producer finds that his private life is disturbed by a documentary he is filming.
The thinking man as viewer will have been entertained, informed or edU' cated, or in my case, all three.
Producer MARK SHIVAS
Director JOHN GLENISTER
Men in orchard will STAMPE:
Woman in waiting-room:
Voice of Wittgenstein:
starring Madeline Bell with John Paul Jones and The Detroit Emeralds
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON MADELINE BELL , ex-session singer extraordinary: in one week her voice could be heard on eight of the Top Twenty records in the hit parade. Tonight she sings in her own show with a little help from her friends, world-famous bass guitarist JOHN PAUL JONES and American soul group THE DETROIT EMERALDS.
Producer MICHAEL BEGG
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