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: Play School

A programme for children at home.
Storyteller this week, Charles Leno
(to 11.30)

Contributors

Storyteller: Charles Leno
Presenter: Carole Ward
Presenter: Brian Cant

: Cricket: England v. Australia: Fifth Test Match

The fifth day's play at The Oval.
See also BBC-1
(to 15.15)

: Cricket

A further visit to The Oval.
(to 17.35)

: Line-Up

with Denis Tuohy
including the latest news.

Contributors

Presenter: Denis Tuohy

: The Artist in Society: 2: The Renaissance

Three programmes which set out to examine different aspects of the role played by the artist in society during a thousand years of European civilisation.

Introduced by Ronald Fletcher Professor of Sociology, University of York.
Contributors include:
Michael Podro on Problems Of Patronage

A study of the changing relationship between artist and patron from the Renaissance to the French Revolution with excerpts from the writings of Michelangelo, Leonardo, Titian, Rembrandt, Poussin, and Hogarth read by David Hart, Carleton Hobbs, Alec Mango, Janette Richer, Gary Watson, John Woodnutt.
The Trial of Veronese before the Holy Tribunal by courtesy of the Princeton University Press with Mark Dignam as The Inquisitor and Maurice Podbrey as Veronese.

Contributors

Presenter: Ronald Fletcher
Speaker: Michael Podro
Reader: David Hart
Reader: Carleton Hobbs
Reader: Alec Mango
Reader: Janette Richer
Reader: Gary Watson
Reader: John Woodnutt
The Inquisitor (The Trial of Veronese): Mark Dignam
Veronese (The Trial of Veronese): Maurice Podbrey
Lighting: Peter Murray
Design: David Jones
Producer: Victor Poole

: Brain and Behaviour: 2: The Physical Framework

A series of eight programmes which examine the links between mind and body in the light of modern psychiatric knowledge and practice.

How does the human brain compare with that of animals? What are the prevailing influences on the way it works?
Introduced by the Director of the Department of Psychological Medicine, Guy's Hospital.

Contributors

Presenter: The Director of the Department of Psychological Medicine, Guy's Hospital [name uncredited]
Designer: Norman Vertigan
Producer: John Drummond

: New Wave: Aspects of the French Cinema: 3: Jean-Luc Godard


Written and produced by Colin Nears.
A series of four programmes on the younger generation of film-makers in France.
Introduced by Olivier Todd.

"There are two kinds of film-makers - those who have an exact imaginary world in their mind, which they reproduce for people to see. Then there are those, to whom I think I belong myself, and whom I'd compare to mathematicians, philosophers or even poets... these people set off in a direction unknown to them, unexplored, and they bring back images of this unknown world..."
In this programme Jean-Luc Godard, another major director of the young French cinema, talks about his films.

Contributors

Writer/producer: Colin Nears
Presenter: Olivier Todd
Interviewee: Jean-Luc Godard
Film cameraman: Michel Menard
Film Editor: David Painter
Programme consultant: Richard Roud

: Jazz 625

The American jazz singer Mark Murphy with The Tubby Hayes Quintet.
Introduced by Steve Race.

Contributors

Singer: Mark Murphy
Musicians: The Tubby Hayes Quintet
Presenter: Steve Race
Director: Robin Scott
Producer: Terry Henebery

: Newsroom

: Closedown

and a look at tomorrow








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