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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 ROBERT DOUGALL
Producer BILL NORTHWOOD and Weather

: Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In

A series of programmes of lunacy and laughter starring, as your hosts,
Dan Rowan and Dick Martin This week's star guest
Dan Blocker and featuring
ARTE JOHNSON , RUTH BUZZI
HENRY GIBSON , GOLDIE HAWN
ALAN SUES, JO ANNE WORLEY
TERESA GRAVES , PAMELA RODGERS JEREMY LLOYD , LILY TOMLIN JUDY CARNE , JOHN BROWN and GARY OWENS
A Schlatter/Friendly production for NBC

Contributors

Unknown: Dan Rowan
Unknown: Dick Martin
Unknown: Dan Blocker
Unknown: Arte Johnson
Unknown: Ruth Buzzi
Unknown: Henry Gibson
Unknown: Jo Anne Worley
Unknown: Teresa Graves
Unknown: Pamela Rodgers
Unknown: Jeremy Lloyd
Unknown: Lily Tomlin
Unknown: Judy Carne
Unknown: John Brown
Unknown: Gary Owens

: The World About Us Dream of Two Cities

Brazil is a living bombshell. The fiery ingredients of this exploding mass are people-people and their ardent longings, their burning desires. To translate their dreams into reality the Brazilians have built cities in the jungle and in the wilderness.
Brasilia, the so-called ' city of the future,' has rapidly evolved from the backlands into the new capital -an incredible display of extraordinary skyscrapers in the middle of a region which, until quite recently, was an uninhabited desert.
The jungle city of Manaus is one of the strangest, most fascinating, most haunted places man has made for himself to live in. It is an island in a sea of vegetation, 750 million acres of what a Brazilian writer called the inferno verde, the green hell - and yet incredibly her citizens were once convinced that Manaus would become the capital of Brazil.
Music JOHNNY SCOTT
Assistant producer BOB SAUNDERS Written and produced by BRIAN BRANSTON

Contributors

Music: Johnny Scott
Producer: Bob Saunders
Produced By: Brian Branston

: Music on 2: Shanta's World of Indian Dance

Shanta Rao and her musicians filmed at the Windsor Festival in 1969 during a rare visit to England with performances of Mohini Attain
'It's supposed to have the secret of seduction '
Bharata Natyam
'My parents were dead against it because a sort of stigma was attached at the time '
Kathakali
'If my dedication has brought some understanding of classical Indian dancing, I am grateful' Interviewer HALLAM TENNYSON
Directed by MARGARET DALE and JAMILA PATTEN
Producer MARGARET DALE

Contributors

Unknown: Shanta Rao
Unknown: Mohini Attain
Interviewer: Hallam Tennyson
Directed By: Margaret Dale
Producer: Margaret Dale

: Charley's Grants

starring
Hattie Jacques and Willoughby Goddard
Written by JOHN FORTUNE
JOHN WELLS and N. F. SIMPSON with Keith Smith , Aubrey Morris
Diana King , Howard Goorney
Roland MacLeod , Olivia Breeze
Music by STANLEY MYERS
Make-up MADELAINE GAFFNEY Costumes HAZEL PETHIG Sound NORMAN GREAVES
Lighting GEORGE SUMMERS Designer CHRISTINE ruscoe
Producer IAN MACNAUGHTON

Contributors

Unknown: Hattie Jacques
Written By: John Fortune
Written By: John Wells
Written By: N. F. Simpson
Unknown: Keith Smith
Unknown: Aubrey Morris
Unknown: Diana King
Unknown: Howard Goorney
Unknown: Roland MacLeod
Unknown: Olivia Breeze
Music By: Stanley Myers
Unknown: Madelaine Gaffney
Designer: Christine Ruscoe
Producer: Ian MacNaughton

: Daniel Deronda

by GEORGE ELIOT : dramatised in six parts by ALEXANDER BARON starring Robert Hardy and introducing Martha Henry
Mirah is now settled with Mrs Meyrick and her children, and Daniel is considering searching for her family. Gwendolen and Grandcourt have married, and Lydia Glasher has visited Gwendolen on her wedding night.
Part 4: Fire
Script editor MICHAEL VOYSET Make-up SANDRA HURLL Lighting PETER CATLETT Designer SUSAN SPENCE Producer DAVID CONROY
Directed by JOAN CRAFT

Contributors

Unknown: George Eliot
Unknown: Robert Hardy
Unknown: Martha Henry
Unknown: Mrs Meyrick
Unknown: Lydia Glasher
Editor: Michael Voyset
Unknown: Peter Catlett
Designer: Susan Spence
Producer: David Conroy
Directed By: Joan Craft

: News Summary

: Line-Up: Film Night

A weekly look at the cinema.
Introduced by Tony Bilbow with Philip Jenkinson.
Three film critics, Margaret Hinxman, Dilys Powell and Alexander Walker, predict this week's Hollywood Academy Awards.
This week's guest: Roger Moore whose latest film is The Man Who Haunted Himself

Contributors

Presenter: Tony Bilbow
Presenter: Philip Jenkinson
Critic: Margaret Hinxman
Critic: Dilys Powell
Critic: Alexander Walker
Guest: Roger Moore
Director: Sheldon Larry
Producer: Barry Brown
Editor: Rowan Ayers








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