with Robin Day , Ludovic Kennedy News from Angela Rippon Newsday Debate:
Hugh Scanlon , President of the AUEW, and John Boyd , General Secretary, debate their contrasting views of Trade Union power and practices.
in Q6 written by SPIKE MILLIGAN and NEIL SHAND with John Bluthal
Robert Doming. Peter Jones Special guest Jack Watling
Also appearing ALEC BREGONZI , CHRIS LANGHAM MARGARET NOLAN, JULIA BRECK Mr Skillicorn Dances performed by DOGGEREL BANK
Make-up ELAINE SMITH
Costumes JUDY PEPPERDINE
Sound MICHAEL MCCARTHY
Lighting KEN MACGREGOR
Designer ROBERT BERK
Producer IAN MACNAUGHTON
The first of a short season of films featuring Britain's knights of the stage in some of their most distinguished film performances. Tonight
Michael Redgrave stars with Jean Kent, Nigel Patrick, Wilfrid Hyde White Andrew Crocker-Harris is enduring his last day as classics master at a major public school. The career, begun with such confidence, is ending in disaster and disillusionment. But then a simple farewell gift - the Browning version of the Agamemnon - from one of the boys changes Crocker-Harris's cold reserved outlook on the world and moves him deeply.
Screenplay by TERENCE RATTIGAN from his own play
Producer TEDDY BAIRD
Director ANTHONY ASQUITH
A review of new films by DAVID CASTELL
JANE MERCER and CHRIS PETIT including Ken Russell 's Lisztomania with Roger Daltry as Franz Liszt ; Jack Starrett 's Race with the Devil starring Peter Fonda and Warren Oates , and Bob Fosse 's Lenny featuring Dustin Hoffman as the American satirist
Producer BARRY BROWN
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