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: Open University

6.40 Choosing a Material

7.5 Transition Metals

7.30 Adolf Loos

: Closedown

: Gharbar

TAJUNISSA HASNAIN talks about ' Holidays KAILESH PURI talks about ' Social Work for the Host Community', and PARVEEN MIRZA about ' Too Much Attention Being Given to Kids! '. The story is The Cats and the Monkey told by RANI DUBE, and the music item is performed by ALAM LOHAR.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL
An Asian Unit presentation BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Talks: Tajunissa Hasnain
Producer: Ashok Rampal

: Play School

: Closedown

: Open University

4.55 Schools Council Curriculum Project

5.20 Isotopes in Geology

5.45 Perfect Solids

6.10 Oxidative Phosphorylation: 1

6.35 Appearance and Reality

: News on 2 Headlines

with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2

: Mr Smith's Flower Garden

The last of five programmes presented by Geoffrey Smith
The Mixed Border: GEOFFREY SMITH designs and builds a border in a typical suburban garden.
Series producer PETER RIDING
Director BRIAN DAVIES

Contributors

Presented By: Geoffrey Smith
Unknown: Geoffrey Smith
Director: Brian Davies

: Newsday

Presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw with David Sells Newsreader Angela Rippon

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Charlton
Presented By: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: David Sells
Unknown: Newsreader Angela Rippon

: Dance Month

An Evening with the Royal Danish Ballet live from The Royal Theatre, Copenhagen
The Royal Danish Ballet has an unbroken tradition going back to the second half of the 18th century. In tonight's programme, they present ballets by three of their most famous ballet masters.
The first ballet is by AUGUST BOURNONVILLE, ballet master 1830-1877 The Conservatory (The Dancing School)
A re-creation of a ballet class in a Paris dancing school of the 1820s. Ballet Master Flemming Ryberg Pupils Annemarie Dybdal, Linda Hindberg , and artists of the ROYAL DANISH BALLET
During the interval, a documentary film Not Only for Pleasure tells the history of the Royal Theatre at 8.45* The Miraculous Mandarin Choreographed by the Company's present director FLEMMING FLINDT in 1967, it uses BELA BARTOK 'S famous score of the same name. The ballet tells the story of three ruffians who force a prostitute to rob her customers. A Mandarin appears and they try to kill him, but he cannot die until the young girl finally submits to his desire.
In The Spirit of the Rose
A film that tells the story of ballet in Denmark at 9.55* Etudes
Choreographed by HARALD LANDER in 1948, it starts with a demonstration of basic ballet positions and ends with the company in a dazzling display of dance technique. The soloists Mette Henningen Ib Andersen , Niels Kehlet
Palle Jacobsen , and artists of the ROYAL DANISH BALLET
THE ROYAL DANISH ORCHESTRA was conducted by PETER ERNST LASSEN and TAMÁS veto
Film commentary PAUL VAUGHAN
The Conservatory: Music by H. s. PAULJ Designer OVE CHRISTIAN PEDERSEN
Choreography AUGUST BOURNONVILLE The Miraculous Mandarin MuSiC BELA BARTOK
Designer PREBEN HORNUNG
Choreography FLEMMING FLINIDT
TV presentation for Denmark Radio by PREBEN MONTELL

Contributors

Unknown: Bour Nonville
Unknown: Flemming Ryberg
Unknown: Pupils Annemarie Dybdal
Unknown: Linda Hindberg
Unknown: Bela Bartok
Unknown: Harald Lander
Soloists: Mette Henningen
Soloists: Ib Andersen
Soloists: Niels Kehlet
Unknown: Palle Jacobsen
Conducted By: Peter Ernst Lassen
Unknown: Tamás Veto
Unknown: Paul Vaughan
Music By: H. S. Paulj
Designer: Ove Christian Pedersen
Unknown: August Bournonville
Music: Bela Bartok
Designer: Preben Hornung
Unknown: Preben Montell
The Mandarin: Flemming Flindt
The prostitute: Vivi Flindt
Three ruffians: Aage Poulsen
JOHNNY ELIASEN: Torben Jeppesen
Man about town.: Fredbj0rn Bj0rnsson
Young man: Hans Jakob Kolgard

: William Wilson

A Tale by Edgar Allan Poe adapted by Hugh Whitemore
with Norman Eshley as William Wilson and Stephen Murray as Dr Bransby

Contributors

Unknown: Edgar Allan Poe
Adapted By: Hugh Whitemore
Producer: Louis Marks
Director: James Ormerod
William Wilson: Norman Eshley
Dr Bransby: Stephen Murray
William Wilson(as a schoolboy): Matthew Stones
William Wilson (at Eton): Charles Spicer
Ashcroft: Thomas Bulman
Pargeter: Peter Demin
Glendinning: Anthony Daniels
Preston: Robert Tayman
Danby: Nigel Bowden
Gondolier: Anthony Herrick
Valentina di Broglio: Ludmila Nova
Schoolboy: James Levine
Schoolboy: David Obermeister
Schoolboy: David Laurie
Schoolboy: William Goodchild,
Schoolboy: James Barnard
Schoolboy: Michael Hatt
Schoolboy: Thomas Henry
Schoolboy: Anthony Weiss
Schoolboy: Simon Wilkinson

: * Late News on 2

Weather

: Closedown

Sir Hugh Casson talks about The Travelling Companions by Augustus Egg, reproduced by courtesy of Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery.

Contributors

Speaker: Sir Hugh Casson








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