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The John Player League
Hampshire v Nottinghamshire from Southampton
During the tea interval at 4.10* Talking Cricket
In his career Sir John Berry Hobbs scored an incredible 61,237 runs. Two of his friends, JOHN ARLOTT and ALF GOVER , recall moments from the life of this wonderful cricketer and gentleman.
FRANK BOUGH introduces the programme which includes news of today's other fixtures.
Commentators at Southampton JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
Television presentation by ROY NORTON and JOHN NORMAN Series producer BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown: Sir John Berry
Unknown: John Arlott
Unknown: Alf Gover
Presentation By: Roy Norton
Presentation By: John Norman
Producer: Bill Taylor

: News Summary

Weather

: News Review

A digest of the news of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Michael De Morgan
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD

: The World About Us

Special edition for holidaymakers The Changing Seashore: written and narrated by ALAN GIBSON
If it's fine today our beaches will be trodden on by more feet than ever before - but how many of us look beneath our toes?
In Torbay, where this film was made, a certain PHILIP GOSSE once looked ... what's more, his writings about what he saw started an odd craze that for a time filled Victorian drawing-rooms with marine aquaria. Today teacher and film-maker Leslie Jackman treads the same beaches observing, collecting for his own aquaria, opening the eyes of schoolchildren - and, perhaps, holidaymakers.
Filmed by LESLIE JACKMAN and RONALD PEGGS
Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS (from BristoD

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Gibson
Unknown: Philip Gosse
Unknown: Leslie Jackman
Unknown: Leslie Jackman
Editors: Anthony Isaacs
Editors: Christopher Parsons

: The Most Magnificent and Expensive Diversion

That was how the 17th-century diarist John Evelyn described opera in Venice.
In this Workshop programme Raymond Leppard describes the early days of opera and shows how these Venetian extravaganzas by Monteverdi and Cavalli can be staged today.
The programme ends with the first known performance since 1643 of the final scene of L'Egisto by CAVALLI
Kenneth Bowen as .Egisto
Anne Howells as Clori
Richard Angas as Ipparco
PATRICIA GREIG, ROSANNE CREFFIELD ANN MURRAY, NORMA BURROWES as The Four Hours
Script and musical direction RAYMOND LEPPARD
With the ACADEMIA CAVALLIANA Costumes ODETTE BARROW
Designer ROGER MURRAY-LEACH Director BARRIE GAVIN

Contributors

Unknown: John Evelyn
Unknown: Raymond Leppard
Unknown: Kenneth Bowen

: Eyeless in Gaza

by ALDOUS HUXLEY : dramatised in five parts by ROBIN CHAPMAN starring Ian Richardson
Helen returned to London and told Mark about the dog which fell on her and Anthony. Mark has gone to St Raphael to see Anthony.
2: With inward eyes illuminated
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE
Director JAMES CELLAN JONES

Contributors

Unknown: Aldous Huxley
Unknown: Robin Chapman
Unknown: Ian Richardson
Unknown: Anthony. Mark
Producer: Martin Lisemore
Director: James Cellan Jones
Brian Foxe: Gareth Forwood
Mark Staithes: Michael Gambon
Anthony Beavis: Ian Richardson
Helen Ledwidge: Lynn Farleigh
Ekki Giesbrecht: Harry Brooks Jr
Hugh Ledwidge: Clifford Rose
Schoolteacher: Brian Stirner
Schoolboy: Mark Dightam
Mary Amberley: Adrienne Corri
Joan Thursley: Philippa Markham
Helen (girl): Peggy-Loulse Vance
Joyce: Saba Sarol
Maid: Sharon Mughan
Sidney Gattick: Paul Hardwick
John Beavis: John Glyn-Jones
Pauline: Elspeth MacNaughton

: M*A*S*H

starring Alan Alda as Hawkeye Wayne Rogers as Trapper John in Major Fred C. Dobbs
Manpower crisis! Frank and Hot-lips have applied for transfers. #
Director DON WEIS

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Alda
Unknown: Hawkeye Wayne Rogers
Director: Don Weis
Colonel Biake: McLean Stevenson
Radar: Gary Burghoff
HotlipS: Loretta Swit
Maj Frank Burns: Larry Linville
Ginger: Odessa Cleveland

: The Space Between Words

First shown early in 1972, this series shows four situations in which people try to communicate. 4:Family
Families can go for years without a serious talk of any kind. When crisis comes - death, divorce, bankruptcy - members may discover they have never really understood one another.
For the Browns (this is not their real name), the London family in this film, the mother's earlier divorce began a series of problems with her teenage son. The family tries to discover how these developed, helped by a family therapist - DR AARON ESTERSON.
Film cameraman CHARLES STEWART Producer ROGER GRAEF
A BBCtv/KCETtv co-production

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Aaron Esterson.
Unknown: Charles Stewart
Producer: Roger Graef

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