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: News Review

for the deaf and hard of hearing
A look at the news of the week with film from all over the world and a commentary that can be seen as well as heard.

Contributors

Presenter: Michael de Morgan
Translator: Joan Turner
Producer: Bill Northwood

: Line-Up

for Sunday
and the latest news

: Footprints: 2: God's Troubadour - St. Francis of Assisi

Written by Patrick O'Donovan.
A series of six travel films each telling a story.

Contributors

Writer: Patrick O'Donovan
Narrator: Gary Watson
Cameraman: Peter Bartlett
Sound Recordist: John Murphy
Film Editor: Larry Toft
Director: Richard Taylor
Producer: Jonathan Stedall

: Theatre 625: All the Conspirators: The Idles of March

by Jerome Kilty.
Based on the novel by Thornton Wilder.
Two plays on the theme of political assassination.
Starring Douglas Wilmer, Michael Gough, Judy Campbell, Fenella Fielding and Alexander Davion

Contributors

Writer: Jerome Kilty
Based on the novel by: Thornton Wilder
Music composed by: Norman Kay
Choreographer: Peter Darrell
Story Editor: James Brabazon
Costumes supervised by: Joan Ellacott
Make-up supervised by: Shirley Boakes
Lighting: Bob Wright
Designer: Richard Henry
Producer: Cedric Messina
Director: Naomi Capon
Narrator: Hugh Burden
Valerius Catullus: Tim Preece
Julius Caesar: Douglas Wilmer
Cleopatra: Fenella Fielding
Marcus Brutus: Alexander Davion
Clodia Pulcher: Judy Campbell
Pompeia: Anna Middleton
Clodius Pulcher: Michael Gough
[Actor]: Christopher Blackwell
[Actor]: Ronnie Curran
[Actor]: Louis Godfrey
[Actor]: Michael Hogan
[Actor]: Declan Mulholland
[Actress]: Joan Palethorpe
[Actress]: Christine Pockett
[Actor]: John Walsh
[Actor]: Leon Ward

: From Tomorrow On

A cartoon film from Hungary.
Physical training is a fine idea, but a scholar's life can be much more comfortable-and anyway there is always tomorrow.

: Best of Both Worlds

Leading conductors from Britain and America present the music they compose and arrange.
This week: David Rose and his Orchestra
and starring Shirley Bassey

Contributors

Musicians: David Rose and his Orchestra
Singer: Shirley Bassey
Design: Michael Young
Lighting: Ken MacGregor
Sound: Len Shorey
Producer: Bryan Sears

: The Midnight Men: Part 3: Time of Danger

A drama in six parts by Victor Canning.
A kingdom in the Balkans: time, 1913. Mayo has told Magda of the King's approaching death. Their escape depends on the success of the plot. But next door the student Vernitz has overheard their plans.
Title music in collaboration with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop

Contributors

Writer: Victor Canning
Film cameraman: A. A. Englander
Film editor: Terry Laurie
Costumes supervised by: Elizabeth Agombar
Make-up supervised by: Tommy Manderson
Music composed and played by: Larry Adler
Story editor: John Wiles
Designer: Clifford Hatts
Produced and directed by: Rudolph Cartier
Sandro Vernitz: David Lawton
Tillio Grunditz: Derek Francis
Seaman: Robin Haddow
Zaliv: John Bennett
Henkel: David Cargill
Mayo: Andrew Keir
Magda: Josephine Crawford
Veronique Vranja: Eva Bartok
Colonel Vymer ret: Esmond Knight
Prince Rohat, Minister of the Interior: Alan Wheatley
Girl: Caroline Faber
Youth: David Belcher
Colonel Andrev: Laurence Payne
King Alexander: Joseph Furst
Police Officer: Lionel Stevens
General Plaski, Chief of Police: Bernard Archard
Skoder: Patrick Troughton

: Closedown

and a look at tomorrow








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