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: Closedown

: News Review

Presented by Michael De Morgan
and Weather

Contributors

Presenter: Michael de Morgan
Producer: Bill Northwood

: Music on 2: Andor Foldes

The distinguished Hungarian-born pianist plays
Schubert Two Impromptus, Op 90
Beethoven Sonata in c minor, Op 13 (Pathetique)
Debussy Six Preludes

Contributors

Pianist: Andor Foldes
Sound: Alan Fogg
Lighting: John Summers
Designer: Ken Sharp
Director: Rodney Greenberg

: The World About Us: Sounds of Silence

In the heart of Dartmoor there are places where the silence seems to have been accumulating and deepening for centuries; yet in reality, the peacefulness is made up of many small sounds that blend together.
Lawrence Shove is a professional recordist who is making a sound-picture of the Moor.
Commentary written by Desmond Hawkins; spoken by Alan Gibson and Lawrence Shove
(from Bristol)
(Radio Times People: page 4)

Contributors

Subject/Sound Recordist/Narrator: Lawrence Shove
Writer: Desmond Hawkins
Narrator: Alan Gibson
Filmed by: Ronald Eastman
Film Editor: Betty Block
Executive Producer: Christopher Parsons
Producer: Suzanne Gibbs

: Up Country Festival

The first of two visits by outside broadcast cameras to Britain's top country music event The Fourth International Festival of Country Music.
A capacity audience gathered at London's Wembley Pool over Easter to see world class stars including: Del Reeves and The Goodtime Charlies, The Stoneman Family, Tex Withers, Dottie West, Conway Twitty and The Twitty Birds, The Loretta Lynn Show.

(The Happy Country ... pages 6-7; This Week's Sounds: page 11)

Contributors

Musicians: Del Reeves and The Goodtime Charlies
Musicians: The Stoneman Family
Singer: Tex Withers
Singer: Dottie West
Musicians: Conway Twitty and The Twitty Birds
Singer: Loretta Lynn
Organiser: Mervyn Conn
Compere: George Hamilton IV
Commentator: David Allan
Director: Don Sayer
Television Production: Douglas Hespe

: Tutankhamun's Egypt

The Land Egypt owes its existence to the Nile. As it flows north towards the Mediterranean sea, the river carries with it the fertilising silts and mud that make possible the lush cultivation along its banks. Beyond tnis narrow strip, the barren desert reaches east and west.
All the striking achievements of the Ancient Egyptians were based upon the farming of their narrow zone of fertile land. Even the Pharaoh Tutankhamun took with him into his tomb some little images of himself to labour for him at his agricultural tasks in the afterlife, as Cyril Aldred shows when he introduces tonight's programme from the Exhibition at the British Museum.

Contributors

Presenter: Cyril Aldred
Narrator: Eric Porter
Director: Paul Jordan
Producer: Paul Johnstone

: Montreux 72: The Goodies

The BBC Entry for the Golden Rose.
Written by Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie, with Tim Brooke-Taylor
A special edition of The Goodies
Starring Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden, Bill Oddie
with Michael Aspel, Corbet Woodall, Milton Reid

Contributors

Writer: Graeme Garden
Writer: Bill Oddie
Additional Material: Tim Brooke-Taylor
Music: Bill Oddie
Music: Michael Gibbs
Lighting: John Green
Sound: Laurence Taylor
Film Cameraman: Stewart A. Farnell
Film Cameraman: Leonard Newson
Film Editor: Martyn Day
Film Editor: Stephen Ray
Visual Effects: Ron Oates
Designer: Roger Murray-Leach
Designer: David Jones
Director: Jim Franklin
Producer: John Howard Davies
Tim: Tim Brooke-Taylor
Graeme: Graeme Garden
Bill: Bill Oddie
Himself: Michael Aspel
[Actor]: Corbet Woodall
[Actor]: Milton Reid

: Daniel Deronda: Part 5: Revelations

by George Eliot
Dramatised in six parts by Alexander Baron
Starring Robert Hardy
and introducing Martha Henry

Daniel's search for Mirah's mother is continuing. Meanwhile he is arranging for her to give singing lessons, and having met a Jew called Mordecai has become interested in the Jewish faith.

Contributors

Author: George Eliot
Dramatised by: Alexander Baron
Script Editor: Michael Voysey
Producer: David Conroy
Director: Joan Craft
Hans Meyrick: Graham James
Daniel Deronda: John Nolan
Rex Gascoigne: Gareth Forwood
Gwendolen: Martha Henry
Mrs Davilqw: Yvonne Coulette
Rev Gascoigne: Edward Jewesbury
Lydia Glasher: Iris Russell
Mr Grandcourt: Robert Hardy
Mirah Lapidoth: Vanessa Miles
Mrs Meyrick: Megs Jenkins
Kate Meyrick: Sarah Craze
Mab Meyrick: Diane Grayson
Mordecai: John Bennett
Herr Klesmer: Laurence Carter
Lady Mallinger: Patricia Hastings
Lady Pentreath: Dorothy Black
Mr Lush: Roger Booth
Sir Hugo Mallinger: David Langton
Catherine Klesmer: Kate Lansbury
Mr Buchan: Antony Webb

: News Summary

and Weather

: Up Sunday

Line-Up takes a last look at the week with James Cameron, Kenny Everett, Clive James, William Rushton and others.

Contributors

Performer: James Cameron
Performer: Kenny Everett
Performer: Clive James
Performer: William Rushton
Editor: Rowan Ayers








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