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: Liberal Party Assembly

Live coverage of the second day in Brighton.
Reporting team Alastair Burnet Robin Day and Alan Watson

Contributors

Unknown: Alastair Burnet
Unknown: Robin Day
Unknown: Alan Watson

: Play School

Story: Mr Drip the Painter by JUDITH SHONE Guest storyteller Brian Croucher Presenters
CAROL CHELL , DON SPENCER

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Croucher
Unknown: Carol Chell
Unknown: Don Spencer

: Liberal Party Assembly

Further coverage from Brighton
12.45* Morning Report
A round-up of the debates.

: Closedown

2.0 pm Live coverage of the afternoon's debates.

: * Closedown

: News Summary

Weather

: Today at the Liberal Assembly

Reporting team Alastair Burnet Robin Day and Alan Watson with news and analysis of the main topics on the second day.

Contributors

Unknown: Alastair Burnet
Unknown: Robin Day
Unknown: Alan Watson

: To Cast a Bell

A church bell in 1973 is made according to the instructions laid down eight centuries earlier by a medieval monk. Commentary by THEOPHILUS the Monk
Producer ROGER MILLS

: The Gates of Asia

Six programmes on the civilisations of Turkey
Written and introduced by John Julius Norwich
6: The Ottoman Empire
The Harem of the Turkish sultans in Topkapi Palace has for centuries been a byword for splendour and decadence. From these dazzling rooms the Ottoman empire was governed and misruled. Their capital, Constantinople, was transformed by buildings such as the Blue Mosque into the Istanbul of today. In the final programme of the series LORD NORWICH brings his survey of Turkish history up to the present.
Film cameraman JOHN BAKER Film editor ANNA BENSON GYLES Producer DAVID CHESHIRE

Contributors

Introduced By: John Julius Norwich
Unknown: John Baker
Editor: Anna Benson Gyles

: The Haggard Falcon

A second chance to see the last part of this historical thriller by BILL CRAIG
4: The Tercel

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Craig

: Show of the Week: Sergio Mendes

and Brasil 77 at London's Talk of the Town
This unique group was first formed in Ipanema and has travelled the world since making their first album in 1966. Pianist SERGIO MENDES combines the best in Latin American music with a taste of jazz, and some results of his superb musicianship can be seen and heard tonight.
Lighting JOHN MASON Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE
Television presentation JOHNNIE STEWART ‡:

Contributors

Pianist: Sergio Mendes
Unknown: Johnnie Stewart

: Leonardo

A four-part film starring
Philippe Leroy as Leonardo
Renaissance Italy provides a magnificent back-cloth to this lavish account of the life and work of Leonardo da Vinci.
3: Genius in Full Flower
With ' The Last Supper' completed, Leonardo turns his thoughts to warfare and invents an arsenal of weapons and military devices which are to have profound influence on the future of civilisation.
Written and directed by RENATO CASTELI. ANI
English commentary written and spoken by EDWIN MULLINS

Contributors

Unknown: Philippe Leroy
Directed By: Renato Casteli.
Spoken By: Edwin Mullins
Isabella d'Este: Bianca Toccafondi
Michelangelo: Bruno Cirino
Cesare Borgia: Federico Pietrabruna
Pier Soderini NINO: Dal Fabbro
Salay: Bruno Piergentili
Savonarola: Franco Leo

: News Extra

Presented by David Holmes Weather

Contributors

Presented By: David Holmes

: Closedown









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