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The British Screen Awards

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direct from the Royal Albert Hall , London, in the presence of HRH The Princess Anne
President of the Society of Film and Television Arts who presents the Society's trophies to the top performers, directors and producers nominated by their professional colleagues for outstanding achievement and performance in films and television during the past year.
Michael Parkinson and John Mills are hosts at this gala occasion where stars and celebrities of television and the cinema are gathered to witness the presentation of the 1972 awards which include those for the Best Film, Best Film Actress, Best Film Actor, Best Film Director, Best TV Situation Comedy series, Best TV Drama series, Best TV Actor, Best TV Actress, Best Light Entertainment performance as well as the announcement of The Richard Dimbleby Award for the year's outstanding television commentator, reporter or presenter in factual programmes, The Desmond Davis Award for a most outstanding contribution to television, and the bestowing of the Society's Fellowship upon a person who has left a permanent influence on the world of the big or small screen.
Also appearing are
The Young Generation
Choreography NIGEL LYTHGOE Musical arrangements
ALAN ROPER and ALYN AINSWORTH Musical director ALYN AINSWORTH Script MICHAEL KERR
Arranger for SFTA JOSEPHINE DOUGLAS Designer RICHARD LEVIN
Television production IAN SMITH Executive producer PHILIP LEWIS
(The other side of the handshake: pp 3-4)

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Unknown: Michael Parkinson
Unknown: John Mills
Unknown: Richard Dimbleby
Unknown: Desmond Davis
Unknown: Nigel Lythgoe
Unknown: Alan Roper
Unknown: Alyn Ainsworth
Director: Alyn Ainsworth
Script: Michael Kerr
Unknown: Josephine Douglas
Designer: Richard Levin
Unknown: Ian Smith
Producer: Philip Lewis

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The British Screen Awards

BBC One London, 28 February 1973 21.25






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