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: Play School

A programme for children at home.
(to 11.30)


Presenter: Rick Jones
Presenter: Carole Ward

: The Olympic Games

Outstanding moments of yesterday's events in Tokyo.
Introduced by Alan Weeks.
Presented by BBC-tv Sport
(to 16.30)


Presenter: Alan Weeks
Commentary team in Tokyo: David Coleman
Commentary team in Tokyo: Harry Carpenter
Commentary team in Tokyo: Max Robertson
Commentary team in Tokyo: Peter West
Commentary team in Tokyo: Frank Bough

: News

and Line-Up for Friday

: Turn of Fate: Days of November

A series of film dramas.
Starring Jack Lemmon
with Richard Jaeckel, Adam Williams, Nick Dennis


Lt. Tony Crawford: Jack Lemmon
Spenser: Richard Jaeckel
Wohlman: Adam Williams
Sgt. Martinez: Nick Dennis

: Encore: The Ballet: Peer Gynt

Choreography by Vaslav Orlikowsky freely adapted from the drama by Henrik Ibsen.
Adapted and produced for television by Charles R. Rogers.
London's Festival Ballet Production
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Leader, David McCallum
Conducted by Aubrey Bowman
First transmission on BBC-1, May 28

(Marilyn Burr appears by arrangement with the Director, Staatsoper, Hamburg)


Music: Greig
Choreography: Vaslav Orlikowsky
Adapted from the drama by: Henrik Ibsen
Adapted by/Producer: Charles R. Rogers
Ballet Master and Personal Assistant to the Choreographer: Vassilie Trunoff
Costumes designed by: Yvonne Lloyd
Musicians: London Philharmonic Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: David McCallum
[Orchestra] conducted by: Aubrey Bowman
Associate Conductor: Donald Elliott
Lighting: Ken MacGregor
Designed for television by: Tony Abbott Peer Gynt: John Gilpin
Aase, his mother: Angela Bishopp
The Violinist: Max Natiez
Ingrid: Marilyn Burr
The Bridegroom: Vassilie Trunoff
Ingrid's mother and father: Janet Lewis
Ingrid's mother and father: Nicholas Benton
Ingrid's friends: Gillian Shane
Ingrid's friends: Carol Yule
Solveig: Lucette Aldous
Her mother and father: Elizabeth Cox
Her mother and father: Jean Pierre Alban
The Green One: Irina Borowska
The Troll King: Jean Pierre Alban
The Troll Imp: Raymond Lewis
The English Lady: Joan Potter
An English Lady: Joan Potter
Anitra: Carmen
Her Escort: Barry McGrath
A Mad: Woman Carol
The Button Moulder (Death): John Auld

: The Second Sex: 6: Men As Equals

Five women on one subject: Men

In this, the last of the series, Shirley Abicair leads off the discussion with a quote from Simone de Beauvoir's The Second Sex:
Society being codified by man, decrees that woman is inferior... inferiority was imposed upon her-and a quarrel will go on as long as men and women fail to recognise each other as equals...
Her colleagues this week are all women who compete successfully as equals with men in their own fields.
Joan Bakewell in the chair
Judith Hart, M.P.
Sheila Black, Woman's Editor of the Financial Times
and the cartoonist ' Rosemary' (Rosemary Dulak)


Singer: Shirley Abicair
Chairman: Joan Bakewell
Panellist: Judith Hart
Panellist: Sheila Black
Panellist: 'Rosemary' (Rosemary Dulak)
Music arranged by: Bill Sutcliffe
Designer: Eva Swiderska
Producer: Elizabeth Cowley

: Mozart

A concert recorded in the Palais Schaezler, Augsburg.

Concerto in C for flute, harp, and orchestra (K.299)
with Kraft Thorwald Dilloo (flute), Ursula Holliger-Hanggi (harp) and The Sudwestdeutsches Kammerorchester
Conductor, Friedrich Tilegant
Recording made available by courtesy of the German Television Service


Flutist: Kraft Thorwald Dilloo Harpist: Ursula Holliger-Hanggi
Musicians: The Sudwestdeutsches Kammerorchester
[Orchestra] conductor: Friedrich Tilegant
Producer: Rolf Unkel

: Newsroom

followed by The Weather

: Late Night Line-Up

Round off the day with Denis Tuohy, Michael Dean and tonight's guests.


Presenter: Denis Tuohy
Presenter: Michael Dean

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