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: Play School

Story: Moonfisher by HELEN PALMER Presenters
CARMEN MUNRO , LIONEL MORTON
Pianist PAUL READE
Percussionist FRED TAYLOR Designer BARBARA GOSNALD
Scriptwriter and director HELEN PALMER Producer MICHAEL COLE
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Palmer
Unknown: Carmen Munro
Unknown: Lionel Morton
Pianist: Paul Reade
Unknown: Percussionist Fred Taylor
Designer: Barbara Gosnald
Director: Helen Palmer
Producer: Michael Cole
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Ireland

Some episodes from her past in a series of ten programmes
10: Home Rule is Rome Rule!
It's an old slogan. What does it mean? Was it true 100 years ago?
Is it true today? pirector BRIGIT BARRY
Producer HOWARD SMITH

Contributors

Unknown: Brigit Barry
Producer: Howard Smith

: Closedown

: Newsroom

with John Edmunds
Reporting the world tonight with the BBC's reporters and correspondents at home and abroad Weather

Contributors

Unknown: John Edmunds

: Money at Work

The Divine Wind
No other country resembles us more than Japan - a group of offshore islands with few natural resources and only their wits to live on. Yet Japan's industry threatens to dominate the Western world. Can Britain's manufacturers stand up to the ' Divine Wind' of Japanese competition? How do we compare with our opposite numbers in Japan?
From Japan PAUL GRIFFITHS reporting, and the British economic scene surveyed by BRIAN WIDLAKE and DAVID TAYLOR With ROBERT MCKENZIE.
Associate producer PETER DUNKI. EY Executive producer JOHN DEKNER

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Widlake
Unknown: David Taylor
Unknown: Robert McKenzie.
Producer: Peter Dunki.
Producer: John Dekner

: One Man's China

' Friendship first.... '
Felix Greene continues his look at China since the cultural revolution.
Table tennis is the national sport in Communist China but many western sports like skating, ice hockey and basketball are now catching on. But as in all countries of the world not everybody takes part in, or watches, the competitive games. Tonight, Felix Greene - British reporter and friend of Red China - looks at the leisure and sporting activities of the 770 million people of China, many of whom prefer to spend their leisure time visiting reminders of China's past -the palaces of the Emperors, the Temple of Heaven and the Great Wall.
Produced and written by FELIX GREENE

Contributors

Unknown: Felix Greene
Written By: Felix Greene

: World Cinema: Les Enfants du Paradis: Part 1: Le Boulevard du Crime

The second of two films by the great French director Marcel Carne.
Starring Arlett, Jean-Louis Barrault, Pierre Brasseur, Marcel Herrand
Shown in two parts, as originally intended, part one, Le Boulevard du Crime introduces the four men who fall under the hypnotic spell of the beautiful and elusive Garance, played by Arletty.
(Part 2 next Friday)
(This Week's Films: page 11)

Contributors

Screenplay: Jacques Prevert
Director: Marcel Carne
Garance: Arletty
Baptiste Debureau: Jean-Louis Barrault
Frederic Lemattre: Pierre Brasseur
Jericho: Pierre Renoir
Lacenaire: Marcel Herrand
Nathalie: Maria Casares
Le Comte de Montray: Louis Salou
Avril: Fabien Loris
Anselme Debureau: Etienne Decroux

: News on 2

Weather

: Film Night

The Secret World of Federico Fellini
A profile of Italy's best known film-maker, Federico Fellini , by SHERIDAN MORLEY and PHILIP JENKINSON including an interview in Rome about his latest film Roma and a look back at La Strada, La Dolce Vita , Juliet of the Spirits and Satyricon.
Producer BARRY BROWN Editor MICHAEL HILL

Contributors

Unknown: Federico Fellini
Unknown: Federico Fellini
Unknown: Sheridan Morley
Unknown: Philip Jenkinson
Unknown: La Dolce Vita
Producer: Barry Brown
Editor: Michael Hill








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