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Study on 3


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A programme on the arts
13: The all-embracing screen
In his new film Sunday. Bloody Sunday John Schlesinger treats the triangle situation in a way that would have been unthinkable in a public medium only a few years ago. Are today's film-makers working on the frontiers of what is acceptable or merely responding to greater public broadmindedness? [s there likely to be a return to romance and nostalgia?
DILYS poweli. discusses with JOHN TREVELYAN and KAREL REISZ the current range of themes in the cinema.
Produced by EDITH R. BAER †
(Rptd: Saturday. 11.30 am. R4)
6.40-7.10 VHF Open University: sec Radio 3 VHF oh facing page
7.10 Music in theTheatre
Three programmes which examine the function and importance of music in productions of Shakespeare's plays 2: Cakes and Ale
JOHN STEVENS shOWS ' hOW deeply integrated into the whole living organism of the play a song can be ' and describes how. in holding a mirror up to Nature, Shakespeare uses music as a symptom of people's character.
Produced by DAVID EPPS


Unknown: John Schlesinger
Unknown: Dilys Poweli.
Unknown: John Trevelyan
Unknown: Karel Reisz
Produced By: Edith R. Baer
Unknown: John Stevens
Produced By: David Epps

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