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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 and a commentary that can be seen as well as heard.

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Dougall
Translator: Ruth Leeds
Producer: Bill Northwood

: People to Watch: 6: Raymond Aron: Can Democracy Survive?

Talking of Things to Come with Robert McKenzie and Erskine Childers
Raymond Aron, Professor of Sociology at the Sorbonne

Contributors

Presenter: Robert McKenzie
Presenter: Erskine Childers
Interviewee: Raymond Aron
Producer: Anthony Smith

: Theatre 625: A Man Like That

by H.S. Eveling.
[Starring] Irene Handl, Norman Bird and Annette Crosbie, Jeanne Moody
See page 13

Contributors

Writer: H.S. Eveling
Music: Stanley Myers
Designer: Norman James
Producer: Cedric Messina
Director: Peter Duguid
First Observant Woman: Hazel Coppin
Second Observant Woman: Stella Tanner
Jennie Thomson: Annette Crosbie
Agnes Oaks: Irene Handl
William Oaks: Norman Bird
Mr. Brown: Colin Ellis
Waiter: Terry Wright
Young Man: Stephen Moore
Young Woman: Venetia Maxwell
Myra Thomas: Jeanne Moody
First Man: Kenneth Shanley
Second Man: Michael Heyland
Fantasy Girl: Margaret Nolan
Barman: Stephen Dartnell
John: Barry MacGregor
First Vagrant: John Malcolm
Second Vagrant: John Southworth
William Oaks's Mother: Dorothy Frere
Uncle Albert: Ian Wallace
Vicar: Stephen Dartnell
First Policeman: Nicholas Smith
Second Policeman: John Abineri
Defending Counsel: Victor Carin
Usher: Ronald Mayer
Judge: Colin Ellis
Prosecuting Counsel: Michael Barrington
Miss Lisle: Rosamund Greenwood

: Jaimie

The story of a sibling.
A provocative and revealing study of internal family rivalry and the frustrations and resentments felt by a ten-year-old boy who has an older sister and a younger brother.
Produced by the National Film Board of Canada

Contributors

Director: John Howe
Jaimie: Ron Cohoon
Lynn: Paula McKeown
Duncan: Danny McIlravey
Father: James Douglas
Mother: Jill Foster

: Horizon

A review of the sciences.
Introduced by Colin Riach.

Route 128
North of Boston, on Route 128, a new industrial landscape based on science is developing. Here men of high intellectual qualifications are developing way-out products, including a helicopter powered by radio waves, a computer which teaches medical diagnosis, and a hair-raising way of testing driving conditions.
With Dr. Dennis Robinson, Dr. Vannevar Bush, Dr. Richard Bolt, Dr. John Senders.

A Theory of the Earth
The eminent Canadian geologist Professor Tuzo Wilson explains his new 'Froth on the Broth' theory of the structure of the earth to David Wilson, before his recent lecture to the Royal Geological Society.

See page 13

Contributors

Presenter: Colin Riach
Speaker (Route 128): Dr. Dennis Robinson
Speaker (Route 128): Dr. Vannevar Bush
Speaker (Route 128): Dr. Richard Bolt
Speaker (Route 128): Dr. John Senders
Interviewee (A Theory of the Earth): Professor Tuzo Wilson
Interviewer (A Theory of the Earth): David Wilson
Producer: Peter Loizos
Producer: Adrian Malone
Presented by: Dick Gilling
Executive Producer: Gordon Rattray Taylor

: Tonight in Person

A series of weekly programmes presenting music in the folk idiom from many parts of the world.
This week, from Paraguay: Luis Alberto Del Parana and Los Paraguayos

Contributors

Singer/guitarist: Luis Alberto Del Parana
Musicians: Los Paraguayos
Production: Bryan Sears

: News Summary

: Late Night Line-Up

and Pick of the Month
in which Denis Tuohy, Joan Bakewell and Michael Dean look back over February on BBC-2.
Beginning tonight, Pick of the Month will replace Plunder every fourth week

Contributors

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








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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