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: News Review

Presented by Michael De Morgan

And Weather

Contributors

Presenter: Michael de Morgan
Producer: Bill Northwood

: Music on 2: Andre Previn and the London Symphony Orchestra

A few years ago, amidst a blaze of publicity, Andre Previn and Mia Farrow came to settle in England. They now live with their twin sons in a quiet village in an old house surrounded by woods - an idyllic refuge from their well publicised careers of international conductor and film star. Tonight Previn talks to Herbert Chappell and plays some of the music which has influenced his development as a conductor and helped form his attitudes and musical tastes including:
Brahms Academic Festival Overture
Walton Scapino
Mozart Larghetto (Piano Concerto in c minor, K 491)
Copland El Salon Mexico

Contributors

Subject/Pianist: Andre Previn
Musicians: The London Symphony Orchestra
Orchestra Leader: John Georgiadis
Subject: Mia Farrow
Lighting: Richard Higham
Sound: Adrian Stocks
Design: Philip Lindley
Producer/Interviewer: Herbert Chappell

: The World About Us: People of the Seal: Eskimo Summer

The last bone peg is hammered home with a stone; the last sinew stitch drawn tight in the caribou skin. The kayak is complete, and a stone-age craft is launched. The Place is Pelly Bay in the Canadian Arctic: the year, 1960. Even as late as this, the People of the Seal were still following their ancient way of life.
Now they, together with their harsh, simple life and their incredible resourcefulness, have been swept away into civilised settlements. But not before a Canadian camera team had shot nearly 100 hours of film.
The result is a film which reflects not just the actions but also the outlook of a vanished race. So a programme that starts out as a succession of fascinating pictures slowly turns into something more -the understanding of another way of life.
A BBC/National Film Board of Canada co-production

Contributors

Narrator: Alexander Scourbie
Film Editor: Colin Hill
Producer: Richard Robinson
Producer: Michael McKennirey

: Man of Straw: Part 4: Imperial Justice

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

Diederich and Jadassohn joined forces against the liberal factions in Netzig and the first clash came after the shooting of a young worker outside the District Governor's residence.
(Repeated next Saturday evening)

Contributors

Author: Heinrich Mann
Dramatised by: Robert Muller
Script Editor: Lennox Phillips
Producer: Martin Lisemore
Director: Herbert Wise
Diederich Hessling: Derek Jacobi
Pastor Zillich: Manning Wilson
Dr Jadassohn: Sam Dastor
Dr Heuteufel: John Phillips
Herr Cohn: Stanley Lebor
Herr Lauer: Cyril Shaps
Judge Franke: John Ringham
Major Kunze: Donald Eccles
Judith Lauer: Eve Pearce
Katchen Zillich: Judy Loe
Judge Sprezius: John Cater
Court Usher: Philip Howard
Wolfgang Buck: Ian Ogilvy
Judge Sanding: Harry Hutchinson
Guste Daimchen: Judy Cornwell
Von Wulckow: John Savident
Sotbier: Denis Carey

: The Black and White Minstrel Show

Starring The Mitchell Minstrels
Featuring Dai Francis, Margaret Savage, Ted Darling, Andy Cole, Les Rawlings and The Clem Vickery Vellum Stompers
with The Television Toppers

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

Contributors

Singers/Dancers: The Mitchell Minstrels
Singer: Dai Francis
Singer: Margaret Savage
Singer: Ted Darling
Singer: Andy Cole
Singer: Les Rawlings
Musicians: The Clem Vickery Vellum Stompers
Dancers: The Television Toppers
Orchestra Leader: Stan Roderick
Orchestra conducted by/Vocal Arrangements: George Mitchell
Orchestra conducted by/Orchestrations: Alan Bristow
Choreography: Roy Gunson
Make-Up: Cecile Hay-Arthur
Costumes: Verity Lewis
Lighting: Geoff Shaw
Sound: Adrian Stocks
Design: Martin Collins
Producer: Ernest Maxin

: Television Doctor: Old Wives' Tales

In the last of the present series, Television Doctor examines a number of old wives' tales.

Contributors

Director: Alan Hayling
Producer: Peter Bruce

: Up Sunday

A last look at the week with James Cameron, Kenny Everett, Clive James, John Wells.

Contributors

Performer: James Cameron
Performer: Kenny Everett
Performer: Clive James
Performer: John Wells
Editor: Rowan Ayers








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