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: Images for Sale

A series of five programmes 2: The Heroine
Images of woman in advertising and fashion are discussed by experts inside and outside the business of selling. Also behind the scenes at a fashion show.
Director TERRY DOYLE
Producer TONY Roberts. Girls: page 4

Contributors

Director: Terry Doyle
Producer: Tony Roberts.

: Newsday

with Michael Charlton. An interview with a man or woman behind the headlines follows the News Summary. Preceded by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Charlton.

: Pioneers of Photography

Mirror with a Memory
M Daguerre shows the plain plate of copper; he places it, in your presence, in his apparatus, and, in three minutes, he takes out the metal and shows it to you, covered with a charming design.
(LITERARY GAZETTE, 1839)
To the public the first Daguerreotypes seemed like witchcraft. NICÉPHORE NIÉPCE made his first experiments as early as 1816, but he died before his partner, Daguerre, achieved success.
Narrated by BRIAN coe , curator of the Kodak Museum
Quotations spoken by HUGH BURDEN YVONNE GILAN and JOHN LEESON
Film cameramen
PETER SARGENT , RAYMOND GROSJEAN Film editor ALAN j. cumner-frick
. Producer ANN TURNER
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Contributors

Unknown: Brian Coe
Spoken By: Hugh Burden
Spoken By: Yvonne Gilan
Spoken By: John Leeson
Unknown: Peter Sargent
Unknown: Raymond Grosjean
Editor: Alan J. Cumner-Frick
Producer: Ann Turner

: Lifestyle: Freddie Laker: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

Freddie Laker's answer to that time-honoured question was 'I do' and he became one at the age of 35. He did so in a business known as much for its failures as its successes - independent aviation - and is an almost classic case of the tea boy who became the tycoon.
Tonight's film presents a close-up of this volatile, energetic and controversial figure who is always prepared to carry the flag of British private aviation against any foe, anywhere.
Film cameraman BOB MCDONNELL Sound recordist John Bore Film editor Richard TREVOR
Producer MALCOLM BROWN. Feature p 4

Contributors

Unknown: Freddie Laker
Unknown: Bob McDonnell
Editor: Richard Trevor
Producer: Malcolm Brown.

: Top Crown

Champions of Crown Green Bowling compete for the BBC2 Masters Trophy
Pat Heaney (Derbyshire) v
Roland Pratt (North Midlands)
Heaney, a previous winner of the Derbyshire Open, is expected to do well against his Midland opponent.
Introduced by STUART HALL from the green of the Waterloo Hotel, Blackpool
Commentator HARRY RIGBY
ProducerRAY LAKELAND

Contributors

Unknown: Pat Heaney
Introduced By: Stuart Hall
Commentator: Harry Rigby
Producer: Ray Lakeland

: The Love School

The Brotherhood by john HALE with Peter Egan as Millais Ben Kingsley as Rossetti Bernard Lloyd as Holman Hunt
1848-year of revolutions throughout Europe, reflected in London by a group of young painters. A secret society is formed to storm that citadel of the art Establishment, the Royal Academy. The society is known as the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.
Costume designer RITA REEKIE Make-up artist EILEEN MAtit Designer FANNY TAYLOR Producer ROSEMARY HILL DirectorROBERT KNIGHTS
Book (same title), 40p from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: John Hale
Unknown: Peter Egan
Unknown: Millais Ben Kingsley
Unknown: Rossetti Bernard Lloyd
Unknown: Holman Hunt
Designer: Rita Reekie
Artist: Eileen Matit
Designer: Fanny Taylor
Producer: Rosemary Hill
Director: Robert Knights
Mrs Millais: Peggy Ann Wood
Model: Elissa Derwent
Frederick Stephens: David Troughton
William Millais: David Wood
William Rossetti: Nickolas Grace
Mrs Rossett: Lizabella Telezynska
Christina Rossetti: Aviva Goldkorn
Mr Rossetti: George Herbert
James Collinson: John Quentin
Thomas Woolner: Gareth Hunt
Ragged child: Sean Hyde
Annie Miller: Sheila White
Dancers: Maggy Maxwell
: Barbara Clift
Lizzie Siddal: Patricia Quinn
Queen Victoria: Christine Ozanne
Euphemia Ruskin: Anne Kidd
John Ruskin: David Collings

: In Vision

Introduced by William Hardcastle A weekly look at the television world.
Each week the three national TV networks transmit about 450 programmes. In Vision examines the programmes, talks to the stars and looks at the story behind the screen.
Studio director john LONGLEY
Producer PETER FOGES. Editor WILL wyatt

Contributors

Introduced By: William Hardcastle
Director: John Longley
Producer: Peter Foges.

: News Extra

with David Holmes ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: David Holmes

: Closedown

HUGH BURDEN reads
The Darkling Thrush by THOMAS HARDY. 11.30 Close

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Burden
Unknown: Thomas Hardy.








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