Adapted by Harold Swanton from an original story by Budd Schulberg.
A series of outstanding film dramas.
This week starring Cliff Robertson and Broderick Crawford
From an original story by:
A monthly report from the world of music.
The Third International Tchaikovsky Competition
Held only once every four years in Moscow with coveted prizes for pianists, violinists, and cellists, the famous Tchaikovsky Competition brings international recognition to the winners. This year for the first time singers can enter as well. Music International reports on the results.
Verdi in the Welsh Hills
A visit with Arthur Jacobs to the beautiful castle of Craig-y-nos where the Neath Opera Group are performing La Traviata in the opera house built by the Victorian 'Queen of Song' Adelina Patti.
In Pursuit of Music
The international concert pianist Denis Matthews has just published his autobiography. He talks about his career and love of music with Sidney Harrison, author, pianist, and teacher.
Introduced by Bernard Keeffe.
Reporter (Verdi in the Welsh Hills):
Interviewee (In Pursuit of Music):
Interviewer (In Pursuit of Music):
by John McGrath.
The third of five new films on the theme of love and marriage.
Featuring Maureen Kennedy Martin
with Adrian Mitchell, Michael Horovitz, Frances Hooker, Troy Kennedy Martin, Diane Aubrey, Ken Wlaschin, Scott Wlaschin and John Renbourn
with Jim Douglas Henry as the TV producer, Christopher Capon as his assistant
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