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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.

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Dougall
Translator: Joan Turner
Producer: Bill Northwood

: Theatre 625: Poor Bitos

by Jean Anouilh.
Translated by Lucienne Hill.
Starring John Neville, Patrick Allen
with Peter Woodthorpe as Bitos
and James Villiers, Geoffrey Chater

See page 12

Contributors

Author: Jean Anouilh
Translated by: Lucienne Hill
Designer: Robert MacGowan
Producer: Cedric Messina
Director: Donald McWhinnie
Bitos: Peter Woodthorpe
Maxime, who plays Saint-Just: John Neville
Philippe, who plays Jesuit Master: Noel Davis
Charles: Rolf Lefebvre
Lila: Penelope Horner
Amanda, who plays Mme Tallien: Anne Cunningham
Julien, who plays Danton: Patrick Allen
Vulturne, who plays Mirabeau: Geoffrey Chater
Brassac, who plays Tallien: James Villiers
Deschamps, who plays Camille Desmoulins: Nicholas Pennell
Victoire, who plays Lucille Desmoulins: Gemma Jones
Bitos, who plays Robespierre: Peter Woodthorpe
Joseph: Philip Grout
Delanoue: Tony Calvin
Robespierre as a child: Kevin Bennett

: News

: Best of Both Worlds

Leading conductors from Britain and America present the music they compose and arrange.
[Starring] Mantovani and his Orchestra
Guest star, Sari Barabas
First transmission on May 17, 1964

Contributors

Musicians: Mantovani and his Orchestra
Singer/guest star: Sari Barabas
Sound: Norman Greaves
Lighting: Geoff Shaw
Design: Roger Andrews
Production: Yvonne Littlewood

: A Man in the Wilderness: Philippe Lamour - a Pacemaker

This is the story of one man's fight to bring about a dream.
The Languedoc covers a thousand square miles of France. Always it has been an arid wasteland - until Philippe Lamour had a sudden vision of how it might be transformed into the California of Europe. Today that vision is fast becoming a reality.

Commentary written and spoken by Antony Jay.
See page 12

Contributors

Subject: Philippe Lamour
Writer/narrator: Antony Jay
Photographed by: Alan Jonas
Sound: Michael Billing
Sound: Ron Hooper
Editor: Bill Veitch
Director: Georges Robin
Producer: Anthony de Lotbiniere

: The Ambassadors: Part 2: Encounter

by Henry James.
Dramatised in three parts by Denis Constanduros.
With the help of Miss Gostrey, Strether has met the elusive Chad in Paris. Chad has agreed to return home to Woollett, but Strether suspects he plans a delaying action.

Recorded in the BBC's Glasgow studio
(To be repeated on Wednesday at 8.30)

Contributors

Author: Henry James
Dramatised by: Denis Constanduros
Script Editor: Michael Voysey
Designer: Helen Rae
Producer: Douglas Allen
Director: James Cellan Jones
Miss Gostrey: Bethel Leslie
Strether: Alan Gifford
Little Bilham: Roy Stephens
Chadwick Newsome: Harvey Spencer
Waymarsh: David Bauer
Miss Barrace: Elizabeth Ashley
Jeanne de Vionnet: Marie Noelle Gresset
Madame de Vionnet: Lila Valmere
Clerk: Andre Charise
Sarah Pocock: Lois Maxwell
Jim Pocock: Ronald Wilson
Mamie Pocock: Carol Cleveland

: Late Night Line-Up

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

Contributors

Presenter: Denis Tuohy
Presenter: Michael Dean
Presenter: Nicholas Tresilian








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