The artist today faces new problems which challenge his work and his living. This is the theme of this BBC Television film, which has been made in association with the Arts Council of Great Britain.
In it Basil Taylor looks at these problems and at the work of some of the British painters and sculptors affected by them.
Just Between Ourselves
[Starring] Janet Brown
with Dennis Ringrowe at the piano.
[Starring] Peter Butterworth
Secret Messages Codes and Ciphers: Part 2
A talk by J. Beresford-Evans.
J. E. Wallace shows Joyce Palin some of the antique musical instruments from the Rushworth and Dreaper Collection.
From St. George's Hall, Liverpool.
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Pianist (Just Been Ourselves):
Comedian (Peter's Troubles):
Presenter (Secret Messages Codes and Ciphers):
Expert (Making Music):
Presenter (Making Music):
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