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: Play School

Story: The Happy Owls by CELESTINO PIATTI Presenters
JULIE STEVENS , DON SPENCER

Contributors

Unknown: Celestino Piatti
Unknown: Julie Stevens
Unknown: Don Spencer

: Closedown

: Man at Work

In at the Deep End: how do young people react to working life during their first jobs?
Director BRYN brooks
Series editor TONY MATTHEWS

Contributors

Editor: Tony Matthews

: Newsroom

with Clive Jacobs ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Clive Jacobs

: Times Remembered

JOAN BAKEWELL talks with Lew Stone 's widow, Joyce Stone
JOYCE STONE 'S parents weren'exactly pleased to hear that their daughter intended to marry a bandleader, but during his lifetime Lew Stone became one of the most important influences on popular music in Britain.
Producer JAMES KENELM CLARKE

Contributors

Talks: Joan Bakewell
Unknown: Lew Stone
Unknown: Joyce Stone
Unknown: Joyce Stone
Unknown: Lew Stone
Producer: James Kenelm Clarke

: Royal Concert

From the Royal Albert Hall , London, in the presence of HM Queen Elizabeth
The Queen Mother and HRH The Duchess of Kent a concert to celebrate the Festival of the Patron Saint of Music, St Cecilia.
Craig Sheppard (piano)
Prizewinner in the 1972 Leeds Piano Competition
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra leader CLIFFORD KNOWLES conductor Charles Groves
Fanfare and the National Anthem arranged by Gordon Jacob
Trumpeters of the ROYAL MILITARY SCHOOL OF MUSIC (Kneller Hall) conducted by LT-COL R. B. BASHFORD Rossini Overture: William Tell
Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 3, in D minor
Introduced by RICHARD BAKER
Director BRIAN LARGE

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Music: St Cecilia.
Piano: Craig Sheppard
Leader: Clifford Knowles
Conductor: Charles Groves
Arranged By: Gordon Jacob
Conducted By: Lt-Col R. B. Bashford
Introduced By: Richard Baker
Director: Brian Large

: Man Alive

Reporters
JEREMY JAMES , JEANNE LA CHARD JOHN PITMAN , DESMOND WILCOX HAROLD WILLIAMSON A Job is Not Enough
All over Britain the traditional industries are declining. Coal mines, shipyards and steelworks close; men and women are thrown out of work. The drift to the south east and to the cities continues.
It is a familiar pattern, one which faced Dartington in Devon in 1925. But one man, Leonard Elmhirst , believed that by bringing industry to the countryside and efficiency to agriculture he could halt the rural decline. He believed too that a job is not enough - that everyone had a right to ' the abundant life.' Now Dartington is reaching out again. This time to help the mining town of Conisbrough in Yorkshire.
GORDON SNELL asks 79-year-old LEONARD ELMHIRST what lessons can be learned from his experience. Is the Dartington way a lesson for the future?
Producer richard THOMAS Editor ADAM CI.APHAM

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy James
Unknown: Jeanne La Chard
Unknown: John Pitman
Unknown: Desmond Wilcox
Unknown: Harold Williamson
Unknown: Leonard Elmhirst
Unknown: Thomas Editor Adam

: Party Political Broadcast

on behalf of the Labour Party
(Also on BBCl)

: In Praise of Watercolour: 4: Points of View

Basil Taylor shows how English poets and painters turned their eyes to the beauties of nature within their own island, and found there the elements of the Picturesque and Sublime.

Contributors

Presenter: Basil Taylor
Producer: John Read

: Thirty-Minute Theatre

Krapp's Last Tape by SAMUEL BECKETT starring Patrick Magee
Krapp, an old man, is alone with his memories and the reels of tape he has recorded during his life. As he reviews the years listening to his diary, he finally makes a conclusion about the most important thing that has ever happened to him.
Lighting JOHN TREAYS Designer MIKE PORTER Producer TIM ASPINALL
Director DONALD MCWHINNIE
(Why Beckett's boxes became tins: pages 13, 15)

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Magee
Unknown: John Treays
Designer: Mike Porter
Producer: Tim Aspinall
Director: Donald McWhinnie

: The Edwardian Affair

Things Fall Apart: Women's Lib, Workers Control and the Ulster problem - by 1914 England seemed on the brink of civil war.
Producer PETER JARVIS

Contributors

Producer: Peter Jarvis








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