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Dressing-Up Day Today's story is
' The Emperor's New Clothes' adapted by SHEILA FRONT illustrated by CHARLES FRONT Presenters
JOHNNY BALL , CAROL CHELL

Contributors

Adapted By: Sheila Front
Illustrated By: Charles Front
Presenters: Johnny Ball
Presenters: Carol Chell

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: The First Night of ' Pygmalion'

by RICHARD HUGGETT and Three monstrous - but brilliantly witty - egoists came together when Beerbohm Tree agreed to stage Shaw's new play Pygmalion at His Majesty's Theatre in April 1914. The star was the outrageous Mrs Patrick Campbell.
This is an entertaining reconstruction of how Shaw came to write the play, and the tempests and tribulations of the rehearsal period which led up to the dramatic first night.
The ' Pygmalion ' cast
Lighting JIM RICHARDS
Sound DEREK MILLER-TIMMINS Costume CATRIONA TOMALIN Make-up TINA CLARE
Designer FANNY TAYLOR Producer HAL BURTON

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Huggett
Unknown: Beerbohm Tree
Unknown: Mrs Patrick Campbell.
Unknown: Catriona Tomalin
Designer: Fanny Taylor
Producer: Hal Burton
Bernard Shaw: Max Adrian
Mrs Patrick Campbell: Miriam Karlin
Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree: John Osborne
Stanley Bell: John Graham
Dame Edith Lyttleton: Olwen Brooks
Henry Dana: Richard Huggett
Carlotta Addison (Mrs Eynsford Hill): Naomi Campbell
Margaret Buss6 (Clara): Pamela Roland
Irene Delisse (Eliza's understudy): Lynne White
Algernon Grieg (Freddy): Stuart Eames
Edmund Gurney (Doolittle): Ernest Jennings
Philip Merivale (Col Pickering): Michael Behr
Rosamund Mayne-Young (Mrs Higgins): Winifred Hill
Alexander Sarner (A Bystander): Alexander John
Others parts: Ernest Claydon
Others parts: Richard Hallifax,
Others parts: Alexander John
Others parts: Verne Morgan
Others parts: David Sparks

: Hollywood in the Sixties The Spiral Road

starring Rock Hudson , Burl Ives with Gena Rowlands , Geoffrey Keen
Jan de Hartog's story concerns a young doctor (Rock Hudson), determined to conquer leprosy in the remote areas of Java where he has been assigned to complete his government medical service.
He hopes to bring to the world the knowledge of the world's greatest authority on the disease-Dr Brits Jansen (played by Burl Ives ) -but it is a disturbing challenge, for Jansen has for years remained a recluse in a remote jungle outpost.
Screenplay by JOHN LEE MAHIN and NEIL PATERSON based on the novel by JAN DE IIARTOG
Produced by ROBERT ARTHUR Directed by ROBERT MULLIGAN

Contributors

Unknown: Rock Hudson
Unknown: Burl Ives
Unknown: Gena Rowlands
Unknown: Geoffrey Keen
Unknown: Dr Brits Jansen
Played By: Burl Ives
Unknown: John Lee Mahin
Novel By: Jan de Iiartog
Produced By: Robert Arthur
Directed By: Robert Mulligan
Anton Drager: Rock Hudson
Brits Jansen: Burl Ives
ElS: Gena Rowlands
Willem Wattereus: Geoffrey Keen
Louise Kramer: Neva Patterson
Dr Sordjano: Will Kuluva

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Editor ROWAN AYERS

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Editor: Rowan Ayers








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