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: Play School

Dressing Up Day
Today's story is ' The King Who Liked Chocolate Eclairs' by JULIA MICHAELS Presenters
MIRANDA CONNELL , BRIAN CANT

Contributors

Unknown: Julia Michaels
Presenters: Miranda Connell

: Closedown

: Newsroom

Reporting the world tonight
JOHN TIMPSON and PETER WOODS and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: John Timpson
Unknown: Peter Woods

: The Goshawk

This International Award winning film reconstructs the famous book by T. H. WHITE about a duel between a falconer and a hawk.
It takes two months for a man to train a hawk up to the point where it will obey his commands and make its first kill. This unusual programme highlights the emotional and practical struggle that develops between man and bird, and which the falconer has to overcome.
The Falconer, Duncan Carse
Produced by DAVID COBHAM ‡

Contributors

Book By: T. H. White
Produced By: David Cobham

: While We're On the Subject

A new quiz series.
This week John Tusa asks Dame Sybil Thorndike, Frank Hauser, Edward Woodward for facts and opinions about The Theatre
(Edward Woodward is a National Theatre player)

Contributors

Chairman: John Tusa
Panellist: Dame Sybil Thorndike
Panellist: Frank Hauser
Panellist: Edward Woodward
Production team: Julia Matheson
Production team: Diana Lashmori
Producer: Leslie Megahey

: Hollywood in the Sixties Francis of Assisi

starring Bradford Dillman
Dolores Hart , Stuart Whitman Pedro Armendariz
Set against the turbulent days of the early 13th century, much of tonight's film was made on location in Spain and in Italy where Francis lived in the town of Assisi in the mountain country of Umbria.
Screenplay by EUGENE VALE
JAMES FORSYTH , and JACK THOMAS Produced by PLATO A. SKOURAS Directed by MICHAEL CURTIZ

Contributors

Unknown: Bradford Dillman
Unknown: Dolores Hart
Unknown: Stuart Whitman
Unknown: Pedro Armendariz
Unknown: Eugene Vale
Unknown: James Forsyth
Unknown: Jack Thomas
Directed By: Michael Curtiz
Francis: Bradford Dillman
Clare: Dolores Hart
Paolo: Stuart Whitman
Sultan: Pedro Armendariz
Cardinal Hugolino: Cecil Kellaway
Pietro: Eduard Franz

: News Summary

and Weather

: Line Up: Tuesday

presenting a condensed version of The Marowitz Hamlet
A collage adaptation by CHARLES MAROWITZ of Shakespeare's play. This is not the Hamlet you know. It is an original and disturbing reassembly of the play and its characters.
As performed by the Open Space Company at the Open Space Theatre Film editor COLIN RAE Director JAMES FERMAN Editor ROWAN AYERS

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Marowitz
Editor: Colin Rae
Director: James Ferman
Editor: Rowan Ayers
Hamlet: Nikolas Simmonds
Fortinbras: Christopher Cazenove
Ghost: Gordon Whiting
Queen: Thelma Holt
King: Lindsay Campbell
Clown-Polonius: Edward Phillips
Ophelia: Natasha Pyne
Laertes: Eric Allan
Rosencrantz: Ian Price
Guildenstern: Ralph Arliss








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