Sunflowers and Shadows (trad) Presenters
CHLOE ASHCROFT, DEREK GRIFFITHS
with Keith Graves ; Weather
Narrated by AKTHONY SMITH
Alan and Joan Root are best known for their film portraits of African wildlife, but their home at Lake Naivasha has also been the base for a two-year-old animal venture of another kind. High in the mountain forests of Kenya live shy and beautiful antelopes known as bongos. Filming these rare animals led to a major operation to establish breeding groups.
Filmed by ALAN ROOT and EWART NEEDHAM Presented by CHRISTOPHER PARSONS
by MARY MCMINNIES dramatised in five parts by RAY LAWLER
I 1951 Milly Purdoe , wife of a Member of a British Mission, ifrived with her family to live or the first time' in a country ehind the Iron Curtain. Parti
Cast in order of appearance
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Designer SALLY HULKE - Producer MARTIN LlSEMORE Director RONALD WILSON
at Her Majesty's a new series in which the award-winning actor visits different London theatres to recall some music and drama they have presented. Written by IAN THORNE with special guests Ian McKellen Moira Anderson , Peter Gilmore Angela Richards , Jeremy Lloyd THE IRVING DAVIES DANCERS
THE MIKE SAMMES SINGERS
Musical director and special arrangements PETER KNIGHT Choreography IRVING DAVIES
Costume designer RAYMOND HUGHES Make-up PAM MEAGER
Sound ADRIAN BISHOP-LAGGETT Lighting KEN MACGREGOR Designer MARTIN Collins
Producer YVONNE LITTLEWOOD
(Radio Times People: page 4)
In December 1941 the Americans entered the war; and not only did they play a considerable part in winning it, they did a lot to cheer the British women up. With their smart uniforms, smart patter and supply of 'luxury' goods like cigarettes and nylons, it could definitely be said they had a way with the girls.
In Suffolk, where there were more than 30 US airbases, hundreds of girls became wartime GI Brides. The first one to leave Saxmundham found, like so many, that America wasn't quite like they showed it in the Hollywood films.
starring Zygmunt Malanowia Malgorzata Braunek with Ewa Skarzanka
Hanna Skarzanka , Jozef Pierackl
This biting satire on life in Warsaw has universal application. Everywhere in the world there are Wlodeks who successfully escape the domination of one woman only to end up in the hands of another. Like Orson Welles , Wajda never recovered from the success of his first films.
Director ANDRZEJ WAJDA
(This Week's Films: page 9)