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: Play School: Ideas Day

Today's story is "Hilda on a Scooter" by Jill Tomlinson

Contributors

Presenter: Carol Chell
Presenter: Johnny Ball
Author (Hilda on a Scooter): Jill Tomlinson

: Closedown

: Newsroom

with Peter Woods reporting the world tonight with the BBC's reporters and correspondents at home and abroad
Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Peter Woods

: Jacques Loussier Plays

The Jacques Loussier Trio play the music of Bach in the style that has made them internationally famous
Jacques Loussier (piano), Pierre Michelot (bass), Christian Garros (percussion)
(This Week's Sounds: page 10)

Contributors

Pianist: Jacques Loussier
Bassist: Pierre Michelot
Percussionist: Christian Garros
Production: Michael Appleton

: Beethoven Master Class: Sonata in D major, Op 102

Paul Tortelier works with young professional cellists on all five Beethoven cello sonatas and a set of variations with Martin Isepp (piano)

Tonight: Sonata in D major, Op 102
with Philip de Groote and Marilyn Sansom

Contributors

Presenter/Cellist: Paul Tortelier
Pianist: Martin Isepp
Cellist: Philip de Groote
Cellist: Marilyn Sansom
Producer: Walter Todds
Director: Jamila Patten

: Look, Stranger: Glastonbury

There is a legend that sometime during the years which followed the Crucifixion, Joseph of Arimathea brought the teaching of Christ to the Druids in Glastonbury, and built there the first Christian church in the world.
A week in June this year began with a hippie gathering to celebrate the Summer Solstice on Glastonbury Tor, and ended with the Church of England pilgrimage to the Abbey ruins-within virtual earshot of the Pop Festival at neighbouring Shepton Mallet.
John Shelly is a potter who lives and works at the foot of the Tor. For him, Glastonbury is the heart-centre of England - the place where a new spirit took root at the dawn of the Christian era. Among the hippies, 'the angelic generation,' he finds signs of the birth of a new spirit for a new era - as we enter the Age of Aquarius.
(from Bristol)

Contributors

Subject: John Shelly
Director: Colin Rose
Producer: Michael Croucher

: Out of the Unknown: Get Off My Cloud

by Peter Phillips
Dramatised by David Climie
With Donal Donnelly as Pete, Peter Jeffrey as Craswell, Peter Barkworth as Stephen and Vicki Woolf as Garor

A brilliant writer of science fiction fantasies has had a mental breakdown. Although lying inert on a hospital bed, in his mind he is living in the midst of one of his own fantasies. In an attempt to bring him back to reality, a doctor uses a new device to link the writer's mind to that of the most level-headed man he knows, an Irish sports reporter. When the sports reporter finds himself in the weird world created by the deranged writer, he wonders if he was wise to take on the job.
(Colour)

Contributors

Author: Peter Phillips
Dramatised by: David Climie
Script Editor: Roger Parkes
Incidental Music: Herbert Chappell
Visual Effects: Ronald Oates
Designer: Raymond P. Cusick
Producer: Alan Bromly
Director: Peter Cregeen
Pete: Donal Donnelly
Craswell: Peter Jeffrey
Stephen: Peter Barkworth
Garor: Vicki Woolf
Young Pete: Robert Duncan
Parnell: Jon Croft
Police Sergeant: Alec Ross
Taxi driver: Royston Tickner

: World Cinema: Kangchenjunga

A series of outstanding feature films from more than 20 different countries.
This week: from India starring Chhabi Biswas

A wealthy Bengali businessman dominates his family and forces them to help him increase his own wealth and prestige. But on holiday in the shadow of Kangchenjunga mountain he finds himself unable to justify his principles when challenged by an unemployed amateur philosopher. Never shown publicly in Britain, Kangchenjunga, Satyajit Ray's first colour film and the first he scripted himself, is much tauter than his earlier work. In fact, the action covers only one-and-a-half hours, the duration of the film itself
Written and directed by Satyajit Ray
(Philip Jenkinson on This Week's Films: page 8)

Contributors

Written and directed by/Music composed by: Satyajit Ray
Indramath Choudhuri: Chhabi Biswas
Labanya: Karuna Bannerji
Anil: Anil Chatterjee
Anima: Anubhe Gupta
Shankar: Subrata Sen
Tuklu: Indrani Singh








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