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: Show of the Week: The Sergio Franchi Show

Starring Sergio Franchi
with Peter Gordeno and his dancers,
The George Mitchell Singers

Contributors

Tenor: Sergio Franchi
Dancers: Peter Gordeno and his dancers
Singers: The George Mitchell Singers
Musical Director: Harry Rabinowitz
Musical Associate: Eric Knight
Orchestrations: Norman Percival
Orchestrations: Alan Braden
Choreography: Peter Gordeno
Designer: Chris Pemsel
Producer: Ernest Maxin

: Children Talking: From Gooseberry Bush to Hellfire

Where do we come from?
Where do we go to?
Young boys and girls in Cardiff give their ideas to Harold Williamson.
"You get babies from the top shops - they cost two pounds".
from the North

Contributors

Interviewer: Harold Williamson
Director: Cecil Korer
Producer: Michael Barton

: The Mormon Invasion

-of the World from Salt Lake City
The bell rings. Two young Americans stand at the door. They say they represe the 'Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints'. They are Mormons.
The Mormon Church is expanding. Every two days, three Mormon churches are dedicated somewhere in the world. But Mormons sense that the End of the World is near. The two missionaries on the doorstep know that they are in a race against time.
And 4,000 Englishmen a year join them.
from the South and West
See page 4

Contributors

Production: Laurie Mason
Directed, written, and narrated by: Roger Mills

: Kenilworth: Part 1: The Sparrow's Lure

by Sir Walter Scott.
Dramatised in four parts by Anthony Steven.
Queen Elizabeth I expects from her favourites, the Earls of Leicester and Sussex, absolute devotion. Leicester is ambitious and his devotion is divided.

Contributors

Author: Sir Walter Scott
Dramatised by: Anthony Steven
Costumes: Judy Moorcroft
Designer: Sally Hulke
Producer: David Conroy
Director: Tristan de Vere Cole
Sir Hugh: Colin Douglas
Varney: John Fraser
Tressilian: Jeremy Brett
Amy: Prunella Ransome
Leicester: Graham Lines
Badger: Will Stampe
Apothecary: Jonathan Drew
Parson Spatchcock: Geoffrey Dunn
Janet: Patricia Fuller
Foster: John Bryans
Elizabeth I: Gemma Jones
Sussex: David Langton
Hobgoblin: Ian Trigger
Alasco: John Garrie
Lambourne: George Innes
Gosling: Alastair Hunter
Goldthred: David Monico

: Six Bites of the Cherry: 2: Adolescence

Man's Life in song, dance, and poetry.
Introduced by Michael Baldwin.
Guest poet, Brian Patten
with Annette Battams, Malcolm Clare, Alasdair Clayre, Alaric Cotter, Freda Dowie, John Hollis, Charles Hyatt, Venetia Maxwell

Contributors

Presenter: Michael Baldwin
Poet: Brian Patten
Singer/dancer: Annette Battams
Singer/dancer/Dances created by: Malcolm Clare
Singer/dancer: Alasdair Clayre
Singer/dancer: Alaric Cotter
Singer/dancer: Freda Dowie
Singer/dancer: John Hollis
Singer/dancer: Charles Hyatt
Singer/dancer: Venetia Maxwell
Music composed and played by: Michael Jessett
Designer: Trevor Wood
Producer: Leo Aylen

: News Summary

: Late Night Line-Up

Criticism, Discussion, Diversion

: Midnight Movie: All My Sons


Written and produced for the screen by Chester Erskine.
from the play by Arthur Miller.
Starring Edward G. Robinson, Burt Lancaster
with Howard Duff

Although acquitted by the courts for making defective plane parts during World War II, a war profiteer has feelings of guilt when confronted by his airman son.

Contributors

Writer/producer: Chester Erskine
From the play by: Arthur Miller
Director: Irving Reis
Joe Keller: Edward G. Robinson
Chris Keller: Burt Lancaster
Kate Keller: Mady Christians
Ann Deever: Louisa Horton
George Deever: Howard Duff
Herbert Deever: Frank Conroy
Jim Bayliss: Lloyd Gough
Sue Bayliss: Arlene Francis
Frank Lubey: Henry Morgan
Lydia Lubey: Elisabeth Fraser








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