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: Play School

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: Search for the Ideal

Reflections on Neo-Classicism.
ROBERT ERSKINE talks about the sources of neo-classical art.
Producer NANCY THOMAS 4

Contributors

Producer: Nancy Thomas

: Newsroom

with Clive Jacobs ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Clive Jacobs

: Money at Work

Europe - Who Gets What?
In Britain's first year inside the Common Market we will have to pay nearly ten per cent of the total European Budget - most of it towards subsidising continental farmers. What will this country get back? Money at Work looks at our future Common Market outgoings, and at what we may expect in return for our own declining industries, where nearly half of us earn our living. Presented by BRIAN WIDLAKE
With KEITH KYLE and ROBERT MCKENZIE
Associate producer PETER DUNKLET Executive producer JOHN dekker

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Widlake
Unknown: Keith Kyle
Unknown: Robert McKenzie
Producer: Peter Dunklet
Producer: John Dekker

: One Man's China

A Great Treasure House A report by Felix Greene
The final film of the series looks at Chinese Medicine and Pharmacology which was referred to by Chairman Mao Tse-tung as a ' great treasure house.'
Felix Greene , freelance British reporter and friend of Red China, was recently given facilities unique for a Westerner, to travel far and wide to look at developments in medicine since the Cultural Revolution.
This unusual film shows how Western and Chinese methods are frequently combined - and illustrates the contrasts between the larger urban medical centres and the ' barefoot' doctors who travel from village to village in the more remote parts of China.
Produced and written by FELIX greene (Getting the needle ... : page 13)

Contributors

Unknown: Felix Greene
Unknown: Mao Tse-Tung
Unknown: Felix Greene
Written By: Felix Greene

: World Cinema: Les Enfants du Paradis: Part 2

The second of two films by the great French director Marcel Carne.
Starring Arletty, Jean-Louis Barrault, Pierre Brasseur, Marcel Herrand

The second part of Carat's film, L'Homme Blanc, takes up the story five years later. Baptiste and Frederic have now become the idols of Paris. When Garance reappears, old jealousies are revived and this time the repercussions are more disastrous.
Marcel Carne's masterpiece, and one of the most famous of all French films. Set against a background of the Paris Theatre of the mid-19th century, the story concerns the lives, careers, and love affairs of a group of mimes and actors who are at the mercy of the audience in the galleries - Les Enfants du Paradis.
(This Week's Films: page 11)

Contributors

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

: Film Night

Fat City made American actor Stacy Keach a star. After years of minor appearances in films like Doc and The Travelling Executioner, he now co-stars with George C. Scott in Precinct 45 and makes a guest appearance in Paul Newman 's film The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean.
Stacy Keach talks about his career to SHERIDAN MORLEY and PHILIP JENKINSON.
Producer BARRY brown Editor MICHAEL HILL

Contributors

Unknown: Stacy Keach
Unknown: George C. Scott
Unknown: Paul Newman
Unknown: Judge Roy Bean.
Talks: Stacy Keach
Unknown: Sheridan Morley
Unknown: Philip Jenkinson.
Producer: Barry Brown
Editor: Michael Hill

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