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: NEWS REVIEW

The best of the week's newsfilm from all over the world, together with other subjects of interest. For the deaf and hard of hearing a commentary appears visually
Presenter, Michael De Morgan with Ruth Leeds
Producer, BILL NORTHWOOD followed by THE WEATHER

Contributors

Presenter: Michael de Morgan
Unknown: Ruth Leeds

: MUSIC,MUSIC,MUSIC

starring
THE GEORGE MITCHELL
SINGERS featuring JOHN BOULTER
DAI FRANCIS , TONY MERCER with The Television Toppers
Ronnie Carroll, Margaret Savage
Delia Wicks , Penny Jewkes
Pauline Whitaker , Les Rawlings
Choreographer, Jan Colet Vocal arrangements by George Mitchell
Orchestrations by Alan Bristow and Norman Percival
Orchestra
Leader, FREDDY CLAYTON
Conducted by George Mitchell and Eric Robinson
Lighting by Tom Moncrieff
Settings by Martin Collins
Devised and produced by GEORGE Inns
John Boulter. Dai Francis , and Tony Mercer are appearing in The Black and White Minstrel Show at the Victoria Palace. London

Contributors

Singers: George Mitchell
Unknown: John Boulter
Unknown: Dai Francis
Unknown: Tony Mercer
Unknown: Margaret Savage
Unknown: Delia Wicks
Unknown: Penny Jewkes
Unknown: Pauline Whitaker
Unknown: Les Rawlings
Unknown: Jan Colet
Arrangements By: George Mitchell
Unknown: Alan Bristow
Unknown: Norman Percival
Leader: Freddy Clayton
Conducted By: George Mitchell
Conducted By: Eric Robinson
Unknown: Tom Moncrieff
Unknown: Martin Collins
Produced By: George Inns
Produced By: John Boulter.
Unknown: Dai Francis
Unknown: Tony Mercer

: CIVILISATION

A personal view by Kenneth Clark

6: PROTEST AND COMMUNICATION
' In the nineteenth century people used to think of the invention of printing as the lynch-pin in the history of civilisation. Well, fifth-century' Chartres and fifteenth-century Florence got on very well without it — and who shall say that they were less civilised than we are. Still, on balance, I suppose that printing has done more good than harm.'
The theme of protest find communicatior leads Sir Kenneth Clark to the Reformation-the Germany of Albrecht Durer and Martin Luther-to Erasmus , to the France of Montaigne, and to the England of Shakespeare.
Extracts from Shakespeare performed by William Devlin , Ronald Lacey Eric Porter , Ian Richardson and Patrick Stewart
Stills photography director, Ann Turner
Lighting cameraman, A. A. Englander Camera operator, Kenneth Macmillan Supervising film editor, Allan Tyrer
Directed by PETER MONTAGNON
Produced by MICHAEL GILL and PETER MONTAGNON
Repeated on Friday at 9.5 p.m.
The narrative of this programme will be Printed in The Listener of April 3

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Clark
Unknown: Sir Kenneth Clark
Unknown: Albrecht Durer
Unknown: Martin Luther-To Erasmus
Unknown: William Devlin
Unknown: Ronald Lacey
Unknown: Eric Porter
Unknown: Ian Richardson
Unknown: Patrick Stewart
Director: Ann Turner
Unknown: Kenneth MacMillan
Editor: Allan Tyrer
Directed By: Peter Montagnon
Produced By: Michael Gill
Produced By: Peter Montagnon

: MUSIC NOW

The monthly review of what is happening in MUSIC NOW
Tonight's edition includes:
SIR ADRIAN BOULT eighty this month, looks back on a lifetime of conducting.

HUMPHREY SEARLE 'S ' HAMLET'
An introduction by the composer to the Covent Garden production with Edward Downes
Anne Howells
Patricia Johnson
Victor Braun
Ronald Dowd

ROGER SMALLEY In Cambridge and in the studio with his new work
Transformation 1, for piano with electronic modulation with Tim Souster

THE ALLEGRI QUARTET
The distinguished British Quartet, now with two new members, plays HAYDN

THE WELSH NATIONAL OPERA
A film report from Cardiff on their new permanent home.

Reporters,
Judith Jackson
Leonard Pearcey
Directors: GEOFFREY HAYDON DAVID HEELEY , RHONA SHAW
Edited by JOHN DRUMMOND

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Adrian Boult
Unknown: Humphrey Searle
Unknown: Edward Downes
Unknown: Anne Howells
Unknown: Patricia Johnson
Unknown: Victor Braun
Unknown: Ronald Dowd
Unknown: Roger Smalley
Unknown: Judith Jackson
Unknown: Leonard Pearcey
Directors: Geoffrey Haydon
Directors: David Heeley
Directors: Rhona Shaw
Edited By: John Drummond

: ROWAN AND MARTIN'S LAUGH-IN

A series of programmes of lunacy and laughter starring, as your hosts,
DAN ROWAN and DICK MARTIN featuring a regular company of crazy characters and a bewildering array of guests
Produced by GEORGE SCHLATTER and ED FRIENDLY for NBC.

Contributors

Unknown: Dan Rowan
Unknown: Dick Martin
Produced By: George Schlatter

: NEWS SUMMARY

: FILM NIGHT

Late Night Line-Up's weekly look at the cinema with stars-previews-and a dig into the past
Introduced by Tony Bilbow with Philip Jenkinson
Editor, ROWAN AYERS

Contributors

Introduced By: Tony Bilbow
Unknown: Philip Jenkinson
Editor: Rowan Ayers








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