An ' incomplete ' word game
In a display of unparalleled lexicological dexterity words are built up letter by letter and the two teams accuse each other of inadvertently completing words or of having no word to complete.
Andrew Faulds , mp
Rosemary Anne Sisson Keith Dewhurst encounter
Prof Barbara Hardy Elkan Allan
Chairman Brian Redhead with Devised by VIVIAN A. DANIELS Produced by JOHN c. MILLER (from Manchester)
works with young professional cellists on all five Beethoven cello sonatas and a set of variations with Martin Isepp (piano) Tonight:
Sonata in G minor, Op 5 No 2 With JOANNA MILHOLLAND and PETER WORRALL
Producer WALTER TODDS
Director JAMILA PATTEN
by Rog Phillips
dramatised by Leon Griffiths
A fashionable psychiatrist is asked by the police to examine a murderer. The young man appears to be mad and it seems to be routine. But, how does he know so much about the doctor's private life? He seems to possess strange and mysterious powers. Francis Matthews, of Paul Temple fame, plays the doctor and his real-life wife Angela Browne, Helen Carter.
Title music composed and conducted by:
Incidental music composed by:
Plain clothes man:
Plain clothes man:
Presenting each week some of the international jazz stars recorded at Europe's Number One Jazz Club.
Tonight Ronnie Scott introduces-The Stephane Grappelly Quartet The Robert Patterson Singers The Oscar Peterson Trio
Title music FRANCY BOLAND
Associate producer VERNON LAWRENCE Production by TERRY HENEBERY
(All artists appear by arrangement withHaroldDavisonLtd)
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