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: Play School: Ideas Day

Today's story is 'Id's Idea' by Jean Watson

Contributors

Author (Id's Idea): Jean Watson
Presenter: Carol Chell
Presenter: Rick Jones

: Closedown

: Interval

: Newsroom

with Peter Woods reporting the world tonight
Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Peter Woods

: The Craftsmen: Dan Arbeid, potter

Dan Arbeid has been making pottery since 1956. He also teaches at the Central School of Art in London. In this film, while making, glazing and firing his pots, he talks about his work in his studio, a converted Victorian school house at Wendens Ambo in Essex.

Contributors

Subject: Dan Arbeid
Producer: John Read
Director: Michael Dibb

: 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 - a regular feature with up-to-the-minute news of the Stock Market.

Contributors

Presenter: Brian Widlake
Presenter: Alan Watson
Presenter: Paul Griffiths
Producer: Robert Rowland

: Look, Stranger: In the Footsteps of Tess

We like to make legends into fact - to believe in King Arthur, Lorna Doone, or Tess of the D'Urbervilles. Tess haunts the Dorset countryside that Hardy wrapped around her sad, beautiful life. The cottage where she was born, the byre where she worked as a milkmaid - it's all there, as if she had lived. In this week's programme Desmond Hawkins looks at Dorset from her point of view and his own.

(from Bristol)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Desmond Hawkins
Producer: Michael Croucher

: Show of the Week: Vera Lynn

with her guests Marisa Robles, The New Seekers
The Douglas Squires Dozen
Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra

(Colour)

Contributors

Singer/Presenter: Vera Lynn
Harpist: Marisa Robles
Musicians: The New Seekers
Dancers: The Douglas Squires Dozen
Choreographer: Douglas Squires
Musicians: Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra
Musical Arranger: Alyn Ainsworth
Musical Arranger: Alan Braden
Musical Arranger: Max Harris
Musical Arranger: Alan Roper
Musical Arranger: Dennis Wilson
Writer: Eric Merriman
Designer: Lesley Joan Bremness
Producer: Stewart Morris
Producer: James Moir

: People for Tomorrow: It's just that we like to dance...

declares Norman Morrice, the young artistic director of the Ballet Rambert, who has set himself the challenge, for the 1970s, of building up a new tradition of modern dancing for the Rambert, for years a strictly classical company. The challenge involves not only re-educating the dancers but finding a new, young audience that will respond to these unfamiliar and exciting forms of ballet. "Nowadays", says Morrice, "we go out into the streets to look for our costumes, our images and our movements".

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Norman Morrice
Producer: David Wheeler
Director: Harry Levinson

: World Cinema: Double Bill: Michelangelo Antonioni's La Notte

The first of two films by one of Italy's most accomplished directors
Starring Jeanne Moreau, Marcello Mastroianni. Monica Vitti

After the captivating mystery of L'Avventura, Antonioni directed this perceptive, subtle and utterly unsentimental account of the gradual disillusionment and compromise which leads to a broken marriage. Jeanne Moreau 's compelling personality dominates the film, and Monica Vitti (the vivacious star of Antonioni's later films) and Marcello Mastroianni are overshadowed by her performance.
(I don't think of the actor as a man; and this Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Screenplay/Director: Michelangelo Antonioni
Screenplay: Ernio Flaiano
Screenplay: Tonino Guerra
Producer: Emanuele Cassuto
Lidia: Jeanne Moreau
Giovanni: Marcello Mastroianni
Nymphomaniac patient: Maria Pia Luzi
Valentina: Monica Vitti
Tommaso: Bernhard Wicki
Maria Theresa: Rosi Mazzacurati








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