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: Closedown

: News Review

The best of the week's film from all over the world, together with other subjects of interest.
For the deaf and hard of hearing a commentary appears visually.

And Weather


Presenter: Michael De Morgan
Producer: Bill Northwood

: The World About Us: The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau: Secrets of the Sunken Caves

Jacques Cousteau attempts to unravel the mystery of the 'blue holes' of the Caribbean, strange cavities in the sea floor believed to be bottomless and the home of deep sea monsters.
A Production of Les Requins Associes and Metromedia Producers Corporation
(from Bristol)


Explorer/Narrator: Jacques Cousteau
Narrator: Hugh Falkus

: Music on 2: Milstein plays Beethoven

Nathan Milstein, one of the great violinists of our day, was at London's Royal Festival Hall last week to perform Beethoven Violin Concerto in D.
With Sir Adrian Boult and the London Philharmonic Orchestra, leader Rodney Friend.
Introduced by Antony Hopkins.


Violinist: Nathan Milstein
Musicians: London Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor: Sir Adrian Boult
Orchestra Leader: Rodney Friend
Presenter: Antony Hopkins
Director: Brian Large

: Man of Straw: Part 2 : Young Love

by Heinrich Mann.
Dramatised in six parts by Robert Muller.
Starring Derek Jacobi.

Diederich failed to persuade Dr Heuteufel to declare him unfit for Army Service. Accepting the inevitable, he left the New Teutonian Student Corps on a wave of enthusiasm for his Emperor.


Author: Heinrich Mann
Dramatised by: Robert Muller
Script Editor: Lennox Phillips
Technical Adviser: H. Schaffen
Lighting: Bill Millar
Designer: Tim Harvey
Producer: Martin Lisemore
Director: Herbert Wise
Medical Officer: Jerold Wells
Army Sergeant: John Hart Dyke
Diederich Hessling: Derek Jacobi
Wiebel: Sean Roantree
Fox-Major: Stuart McGugan
Patriot: George Moon
Hornung: Brian Stirner
Agnes Goppel: Juliet Aykroyd
Herr Goppel: Derek Francis
Virsing: Mike Fields
Student Pianist: Brian Stanborough
Student: Trevor Adams
Student: Karl Bohun
Student: Tom Collister
Student: John Foley
Student: Oliver Gilbert
Student: Anthony Herrick
Student: Horst Langenbucher
Student: John Peel
Student: David Pike
Student: Colin Richmond
Student: Clive Rogers
Student: Keith Simon
Student: Michael Stayner
Student: Alan Charles Thomas

: The Black and White Minstrel Show

Starring The Mitchell Minstrels.
Guest stars The Monarchs Eric and Cedric, Jimmy Marshall featuring John Boulter, Dai Francis, Margaret Savage, Andy Cole with The Television Toppers and Les Rawlings, Jan Austen, Penny Jewkes, Delia wicks.

(The Black and White Minstrels are appearing at the Victoria Palace. London, and at the Grand Theatre, Leeds)


Performers: The Mitchell Minstrels
Singer: John Boulter
Singer: Dai Francis
Singer: Margaret Savage
Singer: Andy Cole
Dancers: The Television Toppers
Singer/Dancer: Les Rawlings
Dancer: Jan Austen
Dancer: Penny Jewkes
Dancer: Delia Wicks
Musicians: The Monarchs, Eric and Cedric
Musician: Jimmy Marshall
Orchestra Leader: Freddy Clayton
Conductor/Vocal Arranger: George Mitchell
Conductor/Orchestrator: Alan Bristow
Choreographer: Roy Gunson
Choreographer: Elspeth Hands
Designer: Martin Collins
Producer: Ernest Maxin

: Television Doctor: Blood Pressure

This programme is mainly about high blood pressure: what it is, why doctors are so concerned about it, and how they treat it.


Director: John Bush
Producer: Peter Bruce

: News Summary

and Weather

: Up Sunday

The alternative programme in which Line-Up finds employment for John Wells, Clive James, James Cameron... among others.


Presenter: John Wells
Presenter: Clive James
Presenter: James Cameron
Editor: Rowan Ayers

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Television eats itself 13 March 2016

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