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: Open University

The four-page supplement of 1974 Open University programmes, as printed in Radio Times recently, is obtainable from the Open University, [address removed]

: Closedown.

: The Book Programme

Introduced by Robert Robinson

Contributors

Introduced By: Robert Robinson

: News Review

A digest of the news of the week and other world matters. with Michael De Morgan
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD

: The Dalai Lama

Unique colour film of ceremonies in Tibet that have vanished, probably for ever.
In conversation with PETER MONTAGNON, the Dalai Lama talks about his fundamental beliefs, his attitude to life, and to death.
Director OLIVER HUNKIN

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Mon
Talks: Dalai Lama
Director: Oliver Hunkin

: Margrethe, Queen of Denmark

A World About Us Special
Margrethe, Queen of Denmark, is, at 34, the youngest reigning Queen. She is a great-great-grand-daughter of Queen Victoria and a cousin of our present Queen. The Danish Monarchy is the oldest in Europe and probably the oldest in the world, going back 1,000 years to Viking times. This week the Queen and her husband Prince Henrik are making a State Visit to Britain.
Queen Margrethe has attended five universities, was at Girton College, Cambridge, and the London School of Economics, speaks perfect English and has been on the throne of Denmark for just over two years. She is married to a Frenchman and is the mother of two young sons.
This film profile shows the Queen and her family both in their formal role and informally at home in their Palaces. For the first time on television a reigning Queen talks about her education for monarchy, her personal interests, her role as Monarch in the 20th century and the relationship in a modern society between Queen and people.
Written and narrated by JIM DOUGLAS HENRY
Cameraman OLE SCHULTZ Film editor COLIN MOFFAT Producer JEREMY BENNETT
Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS
The State Visit: Tues 11.30 am BBC2

Contributors

Unknown: Jim Douglas Henry
Unknown: Cameraman Ole Schultz
Editor: Colin Moffat
Producer: Jeremy Bennett
Editors: Anthony Isaacs
Editors: Christopher Parsons

: The Big Bands from the Dorchester

A series of programmes featuring the best in big band music. This week
John Dankworth and his Orchestra
MARTIN DROVER, ALAN DOWNEY TREVOR BARBER , HENRY SHAW RAY HARRIS (trumpets)
KEN GIBSON , DEREK WADSWORTH
MALCOLM GRIFFITHS (trombones)
JOHN DANKWORTH , DON RENDELL ALAN WAKEMAN , MIKE PAGE (saxophones)
JOHN GIRVAN (guitar)
PAUL HART (bass guitar) TONY HYMAS (piano) ROY JONES (drums)
Sound CHRIS HOLCOLMBE , JOHN TIMPERLEY Lighting TOMMY THOMAS
Producer STANLEY DORFMAN

Contributors

Unknown: John Dankworth
Unknown: Alan Downey
Unknown: Trevor Barber
Unknown: Henry Shaw
Unknown: Ray Harris
Unknown: Ken Gibson
Unknown: Derek Wadsworth
Unknown: Malcolm Griffiths
Unknown: John Dankworth
Unknown: Don Rendell
Unknown: Alan Wakeman
Bass: Paul Hart
Piano: Tony Hymas
Unknown: Chris Holcolmbe
Unknown: John Timperley
Unknown: Lighting Tommy Thomas
Producer: Stanley Dorfman

: Song Recital

Anna Reynolds (mezzo-soprano) and Geoffrey Parsons (piano)
In this recital ANNA REYNOLDS , the celebrated British singer well known throughout the world particularly as one of the foremost Wagner singers of the day, sings songs by Schubert, Mahler, Faure, Purcell and Britten.
The programme begins with An die Musik, and includes three early Mahler ' Songs of Youth' and Britten's Charm of Lullabies.
Sound ADRIAN STOCKS Lighting BILL MILLAR
Designer VALERIE WARRENDER Director DENIS MORIARTY

Contributors

Piano: Geoffrey Parsons
Unknown: Anna Reynolds
Director: Denis Moriarty

: The Carnforth Practice

with Maurice Denham and Michael Elwyn
Hon Greville Carnforth in The Last Roman by DONALD BULL A magistrate of the highest integrity is known to be guilty of a crime. Where do Greville Carnforth's loyalties lie?
Created by COLIN MORRIS , DIANE CAMPBELL Designer GRAHAM OAKLEY Producer COLIN MORRIS Director CYRIL COKE

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice Denham
Unknown: Michael Elwyn
Unknown: Colin Morris
Unknown: Diane Campbell
Designer: Graham Oakley
Producer: Colin Morris
Director: Cyril Coke
Ernest Railton: Maurice Denham
Gaunt: Neville Jason
Dog owner: Alan Troy
Yvonne: Carrie Kirstein
Clerk of the Court: John Devaut
Tim: Brian Gilbert
Angela: Caroline Whitaker
Miss Railton: Sylvia Coleridge
Lady Mary, Dowager Countess of Penmere: Aimee Delamain
Lord Penmere: Mark Edwards
Boyle: Arnold Locke
James Railton: Terrence Hardiman
Parson: Ronald Markham
Dr Helen Rheinman: Pamela Salem

: News on 2

Weather

: M*A*S*H

starring Alan Alda as Hawkeye and Wayne Rogers as Trapper
Kim: Among the latest batch of casualties is a five-year-old Korean boy, full of shrapnel. But this little survivor is lucky.

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Alda
Unknown: Wayne Rogers

: Closedown









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