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: Westminster

A close look at the politicians, the tactics and progress of Parliament.

: The Money Programme

Brave New City?: Part 1
The City is a square-mile complex of international finance. What is its future?

: Open Door

Countryside Crisis

: The Ascent of Man

A personal view hy J. Bronowskt 1: Lower than the Angels

Contributors

Unknown: J. Bronowskt

: News Review

A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world. with Michael De Morgan
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD

: Remembrance Sunday

1914-1918; 1939-1945
Scenes from the cenotaph in Whitehall, where this morning the nation remembered the dead of two World Wars; and from places in Europe that have shared the tragedy of these and other conflicts.
Commentator TOM FLEMING
Directors
ANTONY CRAXTON and PHILIP S. GILBERT

Contributors

Commentator: Tom Fleming
Commentator: Philip S. Gilbert

: The World About Us

The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau
Hippo! ,
How do you persuade an irate hippo to pose for your underwater cameras? On an inland expedition to study the wildlife of Africa's internal shorelines, Cousteau tries several methods. A plastic life-sized hippo called ' Lolita,' concealing two divers, proves hilarious but unsuccessful; two remote-controlled cameras are smashed by a charging hippo. There is nothing left but to dive with the hippos.
Narrator HUGH FALKUS
A production of Les Requins Associes and Metromedia Producers Corporation Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS (Bristol)

Contributors

Unknown: Jacques Cousteau
Narrator: Hugh Falkus
Editors: Anthony Isaacs
Editors: Christopher Parsons

: The Shadow of the Tower

The Schooling of Apes by BRIAN RAWLINSON with JAMES MAXWELL as Henry VII. Since Henry has dealt effectively with the three genuine claimants to the crown, the rebels are forced to find a fourth claimant.
Producer JORDAN LAWRENCE
Director PRUDENCE FITZGERALD Book 30p: see page 90

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Rawlinson
Producer: Jordan Lawrence
Director: Prudence Fitzgerald
Henry VII: James Maxwell
Richard Simmons: David Collings
Lambert Simnel: Gary Warren
Simnel's father: John Garrie
Abbot Sante: Morris Perry
Christopher Swan: Tenniel Evans
John Mayne: Geoffrey Palmer
Jasper Tudor: Brian Badcoe
Earl of Lincoln: James Laurenson
Bishop Fox: Barrie Cookson
Archbishop Morton: Denis Carey
Broughton: Donald Douglas
Lord Lovell: Michael Johnson
Margaret of Burgundy: Rachel Kempson
Lord Stanley: Robert James
Earl of Oxford: Hugh Sullivan
Duke of Suffolk: Lindsay Campbell
Sir William Stanley: John Franklyn-Robbins
Elizabeth Woodville: Stephanie Bidmead
Marquis of Dorset: Leonard Gregory
Earl of Warwick: Jake Robson

: Poulenc

Devised and introduced by John Amis
Francis Poulenc , one of the French composers in the group known as Les Six, died ten years ago. His music displays two aspects of his character: the charmer of 1920s Paris and the serious side of his later choral works. His life and music are recalled by baritone Pierre Bernac with Georges Auric and Darius Milhaud , two survivors of the group. The film was shot in and around Poulenc's Loire home and in the Dordogne.
Georgina Parkinson dances the Adagietto from Les Biches; excerpts from Poulenc's work are played by JACQUES FÉVRIER (piano), ROBERT CASIER (oboe) and GERARD FAISANDIER (bassoon). STEPHEN VARCOE (baritone) and JONATHAN ALDER (piano), JENNIFER SMITH (soprano) and JOHN FRASER (piano) take part in a Master Class.
Film cameraman JOHN BAKER Film editor PETER WEST Director DENIS MORIARTY
(Georgina Parkinson appears by permission of the General Administrator, Royal Opera House. Covent Garden)
Poulenc's opera Dialogues des Carmelites: this afternoon at 3.0, Radio 3

Contributors

Introduced By: John Amis
Introduced By: Francis Poulenc
Baritone: Pierre Bernac
Unknown: Georges Auric
Unknown: Darius Milhaud
Unknown: Georgina Parkinson
Bassoon: Gerard Faisandier
Piano: Jennifer Smith
Piano: John Fraser
Unknown: John Baker
Director: Denis Moriarty
Unknown: Georgina Parkinson

: The Scene from Melbury House

The everyday pageant of a part of London as recorded from a rooftop in Marylebone.
A British Transport film Producer EDGAR ANSTEY

Contributors

Producer: Edgar Anstey

: Morecambe and Wise

Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise Written by EDDIE BRABEN with Wilma Reading, Springfield Revival featuring ALLAN CUTHBERTSON
ANN HAMILTON with JAN ROSSINI
Orchestra directed by PETER KNIGHT Designer TONY SNOADEN Producer JOHN AMMONDS

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Morecambe
Written By: Eddie Braben
Unknown: Allan Cuthbertson
Unknown: Ann Hamilton
Directed By: Peter Knight
Designer: Tony Snoaden
Producer: John Ammonds

: Up Sunday

- A Right Royal Occasion
William Rushton , John Wells, John Fortune
James Cameron and Clive James reflect on a special week in the life of a girl of our time.
They will be encouraged in this joyful enterprise by Vivian Stanshall and Gryphon.
Animation BOB GALE Director TONY TYLEY Producer IAN KEILL
Gentle send up: page 5

Contributors

Unknown: William Rushton
Unknown: John Wells
Unknown: John Fortune
Unknown: James Cameron
Unknown: Clive James
Unknown: Vivian Stanshall

: Closedown









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