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: Play School: Dressing-up Day

A programme for children at home.

(to 11.25)

Contributors

Presenter: Carole Ward
Presenter: Brian Cant

: Outlook for Tuesday: The Social Workers: 12: The Problem of the Offender

Social work and welfare.
Introduced by Tony Gibson.

After-Care
discussed with Pauline Morris, Tony Parker, George Pratt.

The Child, the Family, and the Young Offender
discussed with Peggy Jay, Barbara Kahan, Frank Dawtry.

Contributors

Presenter: Tony Gibson
Panellist (After-Care): Pauline Morris
Panellist (After-Care): Tony Parker
Panellist (After-Care): George Pratt
Panellist (The Child, the Family, and the Young Offender): Peggy Jay
Panellist (The Child, the Family, and the Young Offender): Barbara Kahan
Panellist (The Child, the Family, and the Young Offender): Frank Dawtry
Producer: Alan Hancock

: Challenge Golf

A filmed series in which Arnold Palmer and Gary Player are challenged in eighteen-hole match play by pairs drawn from the elite of America's professionals.
This week: Arnold Palmer and Gary Player v. Julius Boros and George Bayer: Part 1
Played at the Desert Inn Country Club, Las Vegas.
Part 2: January 18

Contributors

Golfer: Arnold Palmer
Golfer: Gary Player
Golfer: Julius Boros
Golfer: George Bayer

: Show of the Week: Ella Fitzgerald Sings

Presenting the world's greatest jazz singer, accompanied by The Johnnie Spence Orchestra and The Tommy Flanagan Trio.
(Ella Fitzgerald and the Tommy Flanagan Trio appear by arrangement with Norman Granz and Harold Davison)
(Repeat)

Contributors

Singer: Ella Fitzgerald
Musicians: The Johnnie Spence Orchestra
Musicians: The Tommy Flanagan Trio
Musical arrangements: Buddy Bregman
Musical arrangements: Max Harris
Musical arrangements: Oliver Nelson
Musical arrangements: Marty Paich
Musical arrangements: Nelson Riddle
Musical arrangements: Alan Roper
Design: Melvyn Cornish
Production: Terry Henebery

: The Idiot: Part 1: The Prince's Return

by Fyodor Dostoevsky.
Dramatised in five parts by Leo Lehman.
See page 28

Contributors

Author: Fyodor Dostoevsky
Dramatised by: Leo Lehman
Designer: Tony Abbott
Producer: Douglas Allen
Director: Alan Bridges
Myshkin: David Buck
Nastasia: Adrienne Corri
Roeoiin: Anthony Bate
Lebediev: Patrick Newell
Gavrili: John Kelland
General Epanchin: Michael Goodliffe
Lizaveta Epanchin: Ambrosine Phillpotts
Stepan: Henry Manning
Alexandra: Marian Diamond
Adeline: Elizabeth Counsell
Aglaia: Suzan Farmer
Nina Alexandrovna: Joan Geary
Varvara: Shirley Cain
Kolia: Derek Carpenter
Ivolgin: Frank Shelley
Ferdyshchenko: Bernard Kay
Maid: Jill Easter

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Classically Russian 31 January 2016

: Intimations...

A series of interviews in which Malcolm Muggeridge talks to leading artists about the influences and experiences that have contributed to their work.

Tonight: Anthony Powell, novelist of style and subtlety, satirises the upper-middle classes with a brilliant sense of social nuance.
His present sequence of novels The Music of Time has been described as one of the greatest achievements of contemporary fiction.

Contributors

Interviewer: Malcolm Muggeridge
Interviewee: Anthony Powell
Producer: Margaret McCall

: Newsroom

followed by The Weather

: Late Night Line-Up

Stay up a little longer with Denis Tuohy, Michael Dean, Michael Wale, Joan Bakewell and Philip Jenkinson with Film Requests.
Letters to Philip Jenkinson should be addressed c/o Late Night Line-Up, [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Denis Tuohy
Presenter: Michael Dean
Presenter: Michael Wale
Presenter: Joan Bakewell
Item presenter (Film Requests): Philip Jenkinson








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