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: Play School: Ideas Day

A programme for children at home.

(to 11.25)

Contributors

Presenter: Carole Ward
Presenter: Brian Cant

: Outlook for Thursday: Mathematics in Action: Logic and the Computer: 1: Mechanising Computation

How much understanding is necessary as we do arithmetic? None-a robot with simple skills can be made to do our calculations for us.
Presented by Dr. Raymond Cuninghame-Green.
Repeated next week For Schools
There is a specially prepared correspondence course to accompany this series. Details can be obtained from the National Extension College, [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Dr. Raymond Cuninghame-Green
Producer: Edward Goldwyn

: The Wars of the Roses: Part 2: Margaret of Anjou

by William Shakespeare.
Adapted by John Barton.
The Royal Shakespeare Company in Peter Hall's production broadcast in eleven parts
(First shown on BBC-1)
See page 43

Contributors

Author: William Shakespeare
Adapter/Director (for the Royal Shakespeare Company): John Barton
Music (for the Royal Shakespeare Company): Guy Woolfenden
Settings and costumes (for the Royal Shakespeare Company): John Bury
Director (for the Royal Shakespeare Company): Peter Hall
Producer (for BBC Television): Michael Barry
Director (for BBC Television): Michael Hayes
Lord Talbot: Clive Morton
Orleans: Gareth Morgan
York: Donald Sinden
Messenger to York: Anthony Boden
Exeter: Donald Burton
Somerset: Philip Brack
Captain to Talbot: David Waller
Suffolk: William Squire
John Talbot: Peter Gale
The Dauphin: Charles Kay
Burgundy: Hugh Sullivan
Joan La Pucelle: Janet Suzman
Alencon: Peter Geddis
Gloucester: Paul Hardwick
King Henry VI: David Warner
Winchester: Nicholas Selby
Papal Legate: John Hales
Messenger to the French: Murray Brown
Warwick: Brewster Mason
Margaret: Peggy Ashcroft

: Master Class: Ebert on Figaro

The first programme in a series in which the world-famous opera producer Carl Ebert works on scenes from Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro with students and young professional singers.
Tonight, a scene from Act 1 which includes Figaro's aria Se vuol ballare.
See page 43
Next programme: Thursday, Jan. 27

Contributors

Presenter: Carl Ebert
Repetiteur: Martin Isepp
Producer: Walter Todds
Figaro: Brian Donlan
Susanna: Sasha Abrams

: World Cinema: Each Day, Despairing (Giorno per Giorno, Disperatamente)

Written and directed by Alfredo Giannetti.
An Italian film with English sub-titles.

Dario Dominici is a young man of twenty-two who has a mental disease which, though it becomes active only intermittently, can never be cured. The theme of this film is the strain imposed by mental illness not only on the sufferer himself but upon his family.

Contributors

Writer/Director: Alfredo Giannetti
Gabriele Dominici: Nino Castelnuovo
Dario Dominici: Tomas Milian
Tilde Dominici: Madeleine Robinson
Pietro Dominici: Tino Carraro
Marcella: Franca Bettoja

: Newsroom

followed by The Weather

: Late Night Line-Up

Stay up a little longer with Denis Tuohy, Michael Dean, Michael Wale, Joan Bakewell and whoever turns up.

Contributors

Presenter: Denis Tuohy
Presenter: Michael Dean
Presenter: Michael Wale
Presenter: Joan Bakewell








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