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Eurovision Young Dancer

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Live from the beautiful theatre of Schwetzingen
Castle, Germany, the second Eurovision competition to choose outstanding young dancers, soloists or couples, from 14 European countries, as well as Canada.
The jury, chaired by Stuttgart ballet star Richard Cragun , includes Galina Samsova from Sadler's Wells Royal Ballet, and the British competitor is 18-year-old Paul Liburd from Leeds, already winner of the 1985 Cosmopolitan Dance Award and now at the London School of Contemporary
Dance.
Introduced from
Schwetzingen by Humphrey Burton with expert comment from Monica Mason , distinguished member of Britain's Royal Ballet.
In London Joan Bakewell watches the competition with another member of the Royal Ballet, principal dancer
Bryony Brind , dance critic
Jan Murray and Christopher Gable , who also starred in the Royal Ballet and is now director of the Central School of Ballet.
Presented for BBCtv by COLIN NEARS and ROY TIPPING Television production by ZDF, Germany
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Contributors

Unknown: Richard Cragun
Unknown: Galina Samsova
Unknown: Paul Liburd
Unknown: Humphrey Burton
Unknown: Monica Mason
Unknown: Bryony Brind
Unknown: Jan Murray
Unknown: Christopher Gable

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Eurovision Young Dancer

BBC Two England, 31 May 1987 19.25






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