Story: The Early Birthday Present by ELIZABETH MACDONALD Presenters
DIANE DORGAN , JON GLOVER
Pianist JOHN GOULD Flautist BOB DOWNES
Designer ROCHELLE SELWYN
Scriptwriter/director CAROLE WARD
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
with Percy Thrower from ' The Magnolias' near Shrewsbury, Shropshire
The care of rock and alpine plants, flowering shrubs, hanging baskets and hardy border plants.
Producer BILL DUNCALF (from Birmingham) Book 50p: page 55
A Night's Darkness, A Day's Sail
One of the most outstanding writers and one of the most remarkable women of her time.
Virginia Woolf struggled all her life with recurrent periods of madness which culminated in her suicide in 1941. This film examines her writing, and evokes her personality through the recollections of relatives and friends, among whom are her husband the late Leonard Woolf , her nephew and biographer Quentin Bell , Lord David Cecil , Duncan Grant , Raymond Mortimer and the late Elizabeth Bowen.
Narrator GAVIN MILLAR
Film editor ROGER CRITTENDEN Director JULIAN JEBB
Sports columnist Ian Wooldridge introduces an open discussion on controversial sporting topics, adding his own viewpoint to those of the experts:
Mary Peters , gold medallist in the pentathlon at last year's Munich Olympic Games
Joe Mercer , general manager of Coventry City FC and a former England wing-half
Harry Carpenter , BBC's boxing correspondent
The questions are put by members of the audience at Gedling Miners' Welfare, Nottingham - who come back at the experts with their own opinions.
Director TERRY LONG Producer KEN HAWKES
(il Mattatore) starring Vittorio Gassman with Anna Maria Ferrero
Dorian Gray , Peppino De Filippo Gerardo is a successful con man - a master of invention and disguise. When finally tricked into marriage by his female accomplice he still has one more card to play ...
In this delightful Italian comedy Vittorio Gassman stars as the charming crook who continues to fool some of the people all of the time.
Director DINO RISI
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The Commissioner ALDO:
with Richard Whitmore Weather