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: Conservative Party Conference

Live coverage of the second day in Blackpool
Commentators Robin Day and Alan Watson

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Watson

: Play School

Story: The Square by ANNA KIRK Presenters SARAH LONG , RICK JONES

Contributors

Unknown: Anna Kirk
Presenters: Sarah Long
Presenters: Rick Jones

: Conservative Party Conference

Further coverage from Blackpool

: Closedown

: * pm International Golf

The 1972 Piccadilly World Match Play Championship
Producers A, P. WILKINSON ALAN MOUNCER , FRED VINER and RICHARD TILLING

Contributors

Unknown: P. Wilkinson
Unknown: Alan Mouncer
Unknown: Fred Viner
Unknown: Richard Tilling

: Rosla and After

12: Careers and Work Experience

: Open University

: Newsroom

with Peter Woods and at ten-to-eight
Conference Report
David Holmes reporting from the Conservative Party Conference Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods
Unknown: David Holmes

: Europa

A year ago, a sleepy agricultural community in Germany woke to find bulldozers in its midst.
Tonight's film from Hamburg Television charts the ensuing rumpus. It's West Germany's version of Stansted. The development of the new airport at Hamburg is blocked in the courts. So far 9,000 protests - all must be answered individually - have been registered by locals. They urge a switch of their problem to their North Sea coast neighbours. Introduced by DEREK HART
Producer MARYSE ADDISON

Contributors

Introduced By: Derek Hart
Producer: Maryse Addison

: War and Peace

by LEO TOLSTOY dramatised in 20 parts by JACK PUT-MAN his father's title and estates and became sought after at social occasions. At one soiree he met his close friend Andrei who was about to take his pregnant wife Lisa to stay with his family at Bald Hills. Andrei left her there to join his regiment.
Cast in order of appearance
Producer DAVID CONROY Director JOHN DAVIES

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Put-Man
Producer: David Conroy
Director: John Davies
Napoleon: David Swift
French messenger: Richard Poore
Prince Lichtenstein: Jerome Willis
Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Alan Dobie
Kutuzov: Frank Middlemass
Austrian Officer: David Beale
General Mack: Michael Mulcaster
Russian Officers: John Cobner
Russian Officers: Brian Justice
Denisov: Gary Watson
Nikolai: Sylvester Morand
Telyanin: Colin Fisher
Lavrushka: Derek Chafer
Russian messenger: Joseph Wise
Prince Bagration: Tenniel Evans
Colonel Froissart: Giles Phibbs
Bagration's Adjutant: John Sterland
Russian Sgt-Major: James Appleby
Prince Murat: Gerard Hely
Captain Tushin: Haydn Jones
Russian General: Julian Herington

: Backstage

Sir John Gieigud talking about the theatre.
In the second conversation of the series, Gielgud recalls his great-aunt, Dame Ellen Terry , and other members of the Terry family.
Producer JOHN DRUMMOND

Contributors

Unknown: Sir John Gieigud
Unknown: Dame Ellen Terry
Producer: John Drummond

: Horizon

Hospital: 1922
Leeches extracted blood from swollen livers. Arthritics were treated by the removal of their teeth, tonsils and parts of their large intestine. Typical normal cases taken from the records of Charing Cross Hospital in 1922. With the help of today's doctors and nurses, Horizon reconstructs a day in the life of Charing Cross just 50 years ago. And contrasts it with the new Charing Cross shortly to be opened.
The programme shows how much we have advanced, and how people's expectations of life have changed: how much have we gained, or lost?
Narrator FRANK GILLARD
Film editor PETER DELFGOU Editor PETER GOODCHILD Producer BRIAN GIBSON
(Radio Times People: page 5)

Contributors

Narrator: Frank Gillard
Editor: Peter Delfgou
Editor: Peter Goodchild
Producer: Brian Gibson

: Thirty-Minute Theatre

Six writers in a second Birmingham season
1: DONALD HOWARTH 'S Scarborough
Holiday work in the countryside brings three young friends peace and tenderness. The richness and innocence of their experience carries with it the seeds of painful disintegration.
Script editor BARRY HANSON Designer MICHAEL EDWARDS Producer DAVID ROSE
Director PETER CREGEEN

Contributors

Unknown: Donald Howarth
Editor: Barry Hanson
Designer: Michael Edwards
Producer: David Rose
Director: Peter Cregeen
Daniel: David Sadgrove
Evelyn: Louisa Martin
Victor: Brian Deacon

: On Wenlock Edge

by Ralph Vaughan Williams (born 12 October 1872) A setting for tenor, piano, and string quartet of six poems from A. E. Housman 's
A Shropshire Lad
Singer RYLAND DAVIES
Players: COLIN STAVELEY (violin) CLIVE LANDER (violin) GEOFFREY YORK (viola) JOHN CULLIS (cello) and MARTIN JONES (piano)
Actors : VICTORIA PLUCKNETT and JOHN OGWEN
On the centenary of the composer's birth, this is an impression of the song-cycle, filmed in Shropshire in the spring and summer of this year.
Filmed by ROBIN ROLLINSON
Editor JOHN BREWSER. Producer
GETHYN STOODLEY THOMAS (BBC Wales) (Radio Times People: page 4)

Contributors

Unknown: Ralph Vaughan Williams
Unknown: A. E. Housman
Singer: Ryland Davies
Violin: Clive Lander
Viola: Geoffrey York
Cello: John Cullis
Cello: John Ogwen
Unknown: Robin Rollinson
Editor: John Brewser.








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