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Story: Joe's Bouncing Feet by RUTH CRAFT Presenters


Unknown: Heather Emmanuel

: Closedown r

: Cricket: Third Test

England v India
Final day ; - r' .'. '" Coverage of the final- stages of this match dii ec from Edgbaston ''A
Introduced by PETER WALKER Televisionpresentation by t'AV'W KENNING and JOHN SHREWSBURY


Introduced By: Peter Walker

: Closedown

: News Summary


: Masterclass

The second of three programmes in which Thomas Hemsley works with young professional singers on some of the songs of sreat German composers. tonight:
Wolf STUART HARLING sings TWO SONGSS' from the Italian song book and PATRICIA. SOWDEN-PRICE sings three songs from 'the : Spanish and Italian song books and the Morike songs.


Unknown: Thomas Hemsley
Unknown: Wolf Stuart Harling
Producer: Walter Todds

: The World of Robin Lehman

Wings and Things
An extraordinary miscellany of identifiable flying objects -from lighter - than - a - feather rubber-powered balsawoQd gliders to electronically controlled diesel-engined full-scale models -compete against each other and nature.
A film produced and directed by ROBIN LEHUAN


Directed By: Robin Lehuan

: The Lost Wilderness

A Borrovian stroll through what was once Wild: Wales.' 2: Away for the South
'I get my boots new soled, my umbrella mended; put 20 spvereigns in my purse and; then said, "I am all right for South Wales! "
John Seymour tramps the route taken by the sturdy Victorian writer and linguist George Bor row on his solitary walk through Wales in the late summer of 1854. Film editor CHRIS LAWRENCE Producer SELWYN RODERICK (Wales) Withies from Willows; pp 4-5


Unknown: John Seymour
Unknown: George Bor
Editor: Chris Lawrence
Producer: Selwyn Roderick

: Total Eclipse

Ian Ilogg as Paul Verlaine *nd ;.;' •••.■' Joseph Blatchley as Arthurr Rimbaud
-The passionate but destructive relationship of the two French poets, Verlaine and Rimbaud.
Superb performances by Joseph Blatch ' ley and Ian Hogg (The TIMES
Stunning pictorial quality (GUARDIAN) Script editor RICHARD BROKE Lighting DAVE SYDENHAM Designer DEREK DODD Producer MARK SHIVAS Director PETER CREGERN


Unknown: Christopher Hampton
Unknown: Ian Ilogg
Unknown: Paul Verlaine
Unknown: Joseph Blatchley
Unknown: Arthurr Rimbaud
Unknown: Joseph Blatch
Unknown: Ian Hogg
Unknown: Dave Sydenham
Designer: Derek Dodd
Director: Peter Cregern
Mme Maute de Fleuryville: Eve Pearce
Mathilde Verlaine: Sarah Craze
Charles Cros: Lewis Fiander
M Maute de Fleurville: Charles Lloyd Pack
Maid: Catherine Terris
Etienne Carjat: Hugh Walters
Ernest Cabaner: Kenton Moore
Jean Aicard: Gabriel Woolf
Eugenie Krantz: Yvonne Bonnamy
Barman: Mark Johnson
Isabelle Rimbaud: Avril Elgar

: The Old Grey Whistle Test

Part 1 featuring
Elton John. Dobie Gray on film Stevie Wonder plus album tracks and film Introduced by Bob Harris


Unknown: Elton John.
Unknown: Dobie Gray
Unknown: Stevie Wonder
Introduced By: Bob Harris

: News Extra

Presented by David Holmes Weather


Presented By: David Holmes

: The Old Grey Whistle Test

Part 2
BOB HARRIS winds up this series with Adam Faith , and, filmed during their 1965 tour of America, the Rolling Stones


Unknown: Bob Harris
Unknown: Adam Faith
Producer: Michael Appleton

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