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: Play School: Dressing-up Day

A programme for children at home.

(to 11.25)

Contributors

Presenter: Valerie Pitts
Presenter: Gordon Clyde

: Medicine Today

A monthly series of programmes for doctors.
(to 14.00)

: Outlook for Tuesday: The Social Workers: 14: The Voluntary Contribution (ii)

A survey of social work and welfare.
Introduced by Tony Gibson.
With Kathleen Slack, John L. H. Davis, David Hobman.

Contributors

Presenter: Tony Gibson
Guest: Kathleen Slack
Guest: John L. H. Davis
Guest: David Hobman
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 professional tournament circuit.
This week: Arnold Palmer and Gary Player v. Bob Charles and Bruce Crampton played at the Las Posas Country Club, California

Contributors

Golfer: Arnold Palmer
Golfer: Gary Player
Golfer: Bob Charles
Golfer: Bruce Crampton

: Show of the Week: Joyce Grenfell

Forty-five minutes in a company of two-accompanied by an orchestra.
A new programme.

Contributors

Entertainer/Original lyrics and material: Joyce Grenfell
Music: Richard Addinsell
Musical arrangements and orchestral direction by: William Blezard
Designer: Keith Norman
Director: John Street

: The Idiot: Part 3: The Trees of Pavlovsk

by Fyodor Dostoevsky.
Dramatised in five parts by Leo Lehman.
The 'idiot' has proposed marriage to Nastasia, and although she has refused him he later learns that she has rejected the wealthy Rogojin because of her love for him.

Contributors

Author: Fyodor Dostoevsky
Dramatised by: Leo Lehman
Designer: Tony Abbott
Producer: Douglas Allen
Director: Alan Bridges
Myshkin: David Buck
Nastasia: Adrienne Corri
Rogojin: Anthony Bate
Alexandra: Marian Diamond
Adeline: Elizabeth Counsell
Aglaia: Suzan Farmer
Baron S: John Carlin
Yevgeni Pavlovich: David Weston
Lebediev: Patrick Newell
Lizaveta Epanchin: Ambrosine Phillpotts
General Epanchin: Michael Goodliffe
Keller: John Forgeham
Nephew: Timothy Harley
Burdovsky: Jon Laurimore
Hypolite Terentiev: Hywel Bennett
Kapiton: Richard Coe
Colonel's lady: Marjorie Wilde

: 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: Cecil Beaton who first made his name on both sides of the Atlantic as a photographer.
He has since written, acted, lectured, painted, and designed sets and costumes for both film and stage. His creative talent and highly individual taste for elegance have done much to brighten the contemporary scene.

Contributors

Interviewer: Malcolm Muggeridge
Interviewee: Cecil Beaton
Producer: Margaret McCall

: Newsroom

followed by The Weather

: Late Night Line-Up

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

Contributors

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








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