A weekly programme on the expanding world of leisure with Robert Erskine,
Christopher Rainbow, Jeremy James, Valerie Singleton.
The State of Play
April 30, 1964
How much leisure have we? How much shall we have? How do we spend it? with comments from Lord Chandos, Professor Richard Hoggart, Kenneth Tynan.
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Additional writing by:
Alison Kennedy arrived as a student; Anthony Smith came to work on a newspaper. They met by chance, got married, and Bristol became their home. This documentary in six parts records the kind of life they are making for themselves as they await the birth of their first child.
A West Region feature
Music composed by:
with Paul Tortelier on the Elgar Cello Concerto.
First of six programmes with the French virtuoso teaching, playing, and talking about music.
One must resist sometimes a cellistic pleasure, to play the real music My little girl always says: 'Papa, I will make you a surprise!' So there is no surprise
The cellists, Elizabeth Angel, Arto Noras
The pianist, Geoffrey Parsons
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Tortelier master class on Debussy's Cello Sonata: May 14
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