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: Play School: Ideas Day

Today's story is "Jack and the Beanstalk" (trad)

(Repeated on BBC1 at 4.20 pm)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Julie Stevens
Presenter: Derek Griffiths

: Closedown

: Newsroom

with Peter Woods
Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Peter Woods

: Canvas: 1: Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci

Canvas looks again at some of the world's most famous paintings previously seen in the series First Eleven.

The superstar: the world's most famous painting, the most celebrated smile of all time. She's been eulogised, commercialised and satirised for centuries; but how did this unknown Italian girl become a household name in the first place, and what does that smile mean?
Robert Hughes looks at the history and vast mythology surrounding the Gioconda.

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Hughes
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.

Contributors

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

: Gardeners' World

with Percy Thrower from Crathes Castle, Kincardineshire (by arrangement with the National Trust for Scotland)
Crathes Castle on Deeside, built in the 16th century, is one of the great baronial houses of Scotland and was for over 400 years the seat of the Burnett family. The gardens were laid out in the 18th century and greatly developed by the late Sir James and Lady Burnett.

Contributors

Presenter: Percy Thrower
Producer: Bill Duncalf

: Show of the Week: The Two Ronnies

Starring Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker
with New World, Tina Charles
and Madeline Smith as Henrietta

Contributors

Writer: Tim Brooke-Taylor
Writer: Eric Idle
Writer: Spike Mullins
Writer: David Nobbs
Writer: Michael Palin
Writer: Terry Jones
Writer: Bill Solly
Writer: Peter Vincent
Writer: Dick Vosburgh
Writer: Gerald Wiley
Arrangements and orchestra directed by: Ronnie Hazlehurst
Designer: Robert Berk
Executive Producer: James Gilbert
Producer: Terry Hughes
Comedian: Ronnie Corbett
Comedian: Ronnie Barker
Singers: New World
Singer: Tina Charles
Henrietta: Madeline Smith

: World Cinema: Salvatore Giuliano

Starring Frank Wolff, Salvo Randone, Federico Zardi, Pietro Cammarata

Francesco Rosi received the major award at the Berlin Festival for this fascinating reconstruction of the life and times of Sicily's most famous bandit.
Although Giuliano robbed and murdered the enemies of Sicilian independence, he was protected for years by the loyalty of the peasants and the inhospitable terrain.

Contributors

Director: Francesco Rosi
Producer: Franco Cristaldi
Gaspare Pisciotta: Frank Wolff
President of the Viterbo Assize Court: Salvo Randone
Pisciotta's Defence Counsel: Federico Zardi
Salvatore Giuliano: Pietro Cammarata
A bandit: Fernando Cicero
A reporter: Sennuccio Benelli
A spy: Bruno Ekmar
Francesco: Max Cartier
Minor official: Giuseppe Calandra
Frank Mannino: Cosimo Torino
The Priest of Montelepre: Giuseppe Teti








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