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: Play School

Story: "Mrs Mopple's Washing Line" by Anita Hewitt

Contributors

Presenter: Julie Stevens
Presenter: Rick Jones
Author (Mrs Mopple's Washing Line): Anita Hewitt
Illustrator (Mrs Mopple's Washing Line): Robert Broomfield

: Closedown

: Wimbledon 1972

The Lawn Tennis Championships
HARRY CARPENTER introduces the fourth day's play
Television presentation by ALAN MOUNCER RICHARD TILLING , BOB DUNCAN , FRED VINER DEWI GRIFFITHS and BRIAN VENNER Producer A. p. WILKINSON

Contributors

Introduces: Harry Carpenter
Presentation By: Alan Mouncer
Presentation By: Richard Tilling
Presentation By: Bob Duncan
Presentation By: Fred Viner
Presentation By: Dewi Griffiths
Presentation By: Brian Venner

: Newsroom

with Peter Dorling; Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Peter Dorling

: Great Parks of the World

with Anthony Smith
A personal journey across four continents to see some of the world's great National Parks. 2: Nairobi, East Africa
On the edge of Nairobi there is a remarkable 44 square miles - the Nairobi National Park. It contains lions and rhinos, giraffes and leopards - a piece of primeval Africa just four miles from the city centre.
The pressures on it are great, particularly from tourism, Kenya's biggest money-earner. With 150,000 visitors a year and Nairobi pushing up against the Park's boundaries, how can the animals behave naturally and remain undisturbed?
Executive producer NICHOLAS CROCKER Producer RICHARD BROCK (from Bristol)

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Smith
Producer: Nicholas Crocker
Producer: Richard Brock

: The Visitors: Part 3

by Mary McMinnies
Dramatised in five parts by Ray Lawler

Milly and Wragg were detained by the Secret Police and had to be rescued by Abe. Milly has decided to become a serious collector of antiques.

Contributors

Author: Mary McMinnies
Dramatised by: Ray Lawler
Producer: Martin Lisemore
Director: Ronald Wilson
Milly Purdoe: Sarah Badel
Larry Purdoe: Edward Hardwicke
Vladek: Godfrey James
Gisela: Susan Penhaligon
Clarissa: Kimi Tallmadge
Dermot: Mark Rogers
Miss Raven: Lally Bowers
Abe Schulman: James Maxwell
The Porter: Robert Tayman
Sophie Bielska: Barbara Jefford
Princess Rapovska: Hana-Maria Pravda
Mrs Markiewicz: Anna Korwin
Singe Bielska: Aimee Delamain
Ludo Bielski: Stephen Sheppard
Olga Wragg: Diane Fletcher
Chief of Security Police: Godfrey Quigley
Agent: Kenneth Colley
Prince Mischka: George Cormack
Herbert Wragg: David Hargreaves
Countess Irene: Elaine Garreau
Natalie: Elyse Clare
The Tenant: Ronald Forfar

: Show of the Week: Keith Michell

at The New
The second programme of 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
Special guests Polly James
Dilys Watling , Judith Arthy and VYVYAN LORRAYNE
PAUL CLARKE , BRIAN BERTSCHEB of The Royal Ballet
THE IRVING DAVIES DANCERS
THE MIKE SAMMES SINGERS
Musical director and special arrangements PETER KNIGHT Choreography IRVING DAVIES Le.s Patineurs choreography FREDERICK ASHTON
Designer MARTIN COLI. INS
Producer YVONNE LITTLEWOOD
(Dilys Watling is in ' Company ' at Her Majesty's Theatre. Vyvyan Lorrayne , Paul Clarke , Brian Bertscher appear by arrangement with Gen Administrator , Royal Opera House Covent Garden).

Contributors

Written By: Ian Thorne
Unknown: Polly James
Unknown: Dilys Watling
Unknown: Judith Arthy
Unknown: Vyvyan Lorrayne
Unknown: Paul Clarke
Unknown: Brian Bertscheb
Dancers: Irving Davies
Unknown: Frederick Ashton
Designer: Martin Coli.
Producer: Yvonne Littlewood
Unknown: Dilys Watling
Unknown: Vyvyan Lorrayne
Unknown: Paul Clarke
Unknown: Brian Bertscher
Arrangement With: Gen Administrator

: Match of the Day

'from Wimbledon
The Lawn Tennis Championships
I Highlights of today's outstanding match on the fourth day's play
Presented by huw JONES, JEFF GODDARD Executive producer A. P. WILKINSON

Contributors

Producer: A. P. Wilkinson

: World Cinema: Pandora's Box

The second of three films by the German director Georg W. Pabst starring
Louise Brooks , Fritz Kortner Franz Lederer , Carl Gotz
Louise Brooks 's cool, innocent expression and open beckoning smile make her an ideal choice for Lulu, the prostitute who inspired evil unawares. Frank Wedekind 's play shocked audiences in the 1890s, and in the 20s Pabst's film caused a furore. The music for tonight's presentation has been selected by Carey Blyton
(This Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Director: Georg W. Pabst
Unknown: Louise Brooks
Unknown: Fritz Kortner
Unknown: Franz Lederer
Unknown: Carl Gotz
Unknown: Louise Brooks
Unknown: Frank Wedekind
Unknown: Carey Blyton
Lulu: Louise Brooks
Dr Peter Schon: Fritz Kortner
Alwa Schon: Franz Lederer
Schigolch: Carl Gotz
Countess Anna Geschwitz: Alice Roberts
Marie de Zarniko: Daisy D'Ora
Rodrigo Quast: Krafft Raschig
The Marquis Casti-Piani: Michael von Newlinsky
Stage manager: Siegfried Arno
Jack the Ripper: Gustav Diessl

: Closedown









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