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: Flay School

Ideas Day
Today's story: The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark ' by JILL TOMLINSON Presenters CAROL CHELL , RICK JONES
(Repeated: BBC1, BBC Wales at 4.20)

Contributors

Unknown: Jill Tomlinson
Presenters: Carol Chell
Presenters: Rick Jones

: Closedown

: Know How

Introduced by ARTHUR GARRATT Quality at What Price?

Contributors

Introduced By: Arthur Garratt

: First Eleven 11: Venus de Milo

The most famous statue in the world, dug up in a field in 1820. For over a century she s been the symbol of feminine perfection - this mutilated giantess with a figure measuring 43-37-47. One contemporary report says that she was found intact. So what happened to her arms? What did she look like before her amputation? And under what curious circumstances did the signed corner of her plinth vanish completely?
Yvonne Mitchell , the actress and writer, visits the Louvre in Paris and tries to piece together the many contradictions that make up the story of the Venus de Milo. Producer LESLIE MEGAHEY

Contributors

Unknown: Yvonne Mitchell
Producer: Leslie Megahey

: The Money Programme

The people, the stories, and the action behind the one commodity no one can do without - money.
Together with the Money-Minder Presenters BRIAN WIDLAKE
ALAN WATSON , PAUL GRIFFITHS
Produced by ROBERT ROWLAND

Contributors

Presenters: Brian Widlake
Unknown: Alan Watson
Unknown: Paul Griffiths
Produced By: Robert Rowland

: Look, Stranger

Ellan Vannin
The isolation the ancientness the changing light on hills and valleys. In this Celtic-Scandinavian kingdom time does not matter
In this week's programme Sir John Betjeman revisits the Isle of Man which he has known and loved since student days, and finds that the magnetism of the past is still very much present.
Producer BRIDGET WINTER

Contributors

Unknown: Ellan Vannin
Unknown: John Betjeman

: The Black and White Minstrel Show

Television's fastest spectacular bringing back the Magic of the Minstrels starring The Mitchell Minstrels featuring John Boulter
Dai Francis , Margaret Savage Andy Cole , Peter Kaye with The Television Toppers and LES RAWLINGS , ELSPETH HANDS DELIA WICKS , LES WANT
JEAN MCGUIRE , BENNY GARCIA
Orchestra: leader FREDDY CLAYTON conducted by GEORGE MITCHELL and ALAN BRISTOW
Choreography by ELSPETHBANDS
Vocal arrangements by GEORGE MITCHELL Orchestrations bv ALAN BRISTOW and NORMAN PERCIVAL
Additional material by ALAN FIELD and PETER ROBINSON
Settings by MARTIN COLLINS
Devised and produced by GEORGE INNS
(The Black and White Minstrels are appearing in ' Magic of the Minstrels ' at the Victoria Palace, London, and in The Black and White Minstrel Show at the New Theatre, Hull)

Contributors

Unknown: John Boulter
Unknown: Dai Francis
Unknown: Margaret Savage
Unknown: Andy Cole
Unknown: Peter Kaye
Unknown: Les Rawlings
Unknown: Elspeth Hands
Unknown: Delia Wicks
Unknown: Les Want
Unknown: Jean McGuire
Unknown: Benny Garcia
Leader: Freddy Clayton
Conducted By: George Mitchell
Conducted By: Alan Bristow
Arrangements By: George Mitchell
Unknown: Alan Bristow
Unknown: Norman Percival
Unknown: Peter Robinson
Unknown: Martin Collins
Produced By: George Inns

: Late Night Line-Up

A special edition on Human Rights Day and on the eve of the 25th Anniversary of UNICEF including a film The Rights of a Child art and comments from children in England and America.

Contributors

Guest chairman: Des Wilson
Editor: Rowan Ayers

: World Cinema Sergei Eisenstein's Ivan the Terrible: Part 1

starring
Nikolai Cherkasov
Eisenstein's individually composed images, Prokofiev's striking score, and Cherkasov's magnificent performance in the title role make Ivan the Terrible the greatest achievement of Eisenstein's distinguished career.
In Part 1 young Ivan incurs the wrath of the landowners while trying to unite Russia and finds himself in a precarious position as a result of intrigue by the Boyars and the hatred of the all-powerful Staritzky family.
Photographed by ANDREl MOSKVIN and EDUARD TISSE
Written, directed, and produced by SERGEI M. EISENSTEIN
(Eisenstein - genius in disgrace; This Week's Films: page 11) (Part 2 next Thursday)

Contributors

Unknown: Nikolai Cherkasov
Unknown: Eduard Tisse
Produced By: Sergei M. Eisenstein
Ivan the Terrible: Nikolai Cherkasov
Prince Kurbsky: Mikhail Nazvanov
Euphrosyne: Serafima Birman
Vladimir: Pavel Kadochnikov
Anastasia: Ludmilla Tselikovskaya
Alexei Basmanov: Ambrosi Buchma








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