3/4. Singer, actress and songwriter Petula Clark talks candidly about her personal life and her formidable career in a conversation with longtime friend Desmond Carrington , recorded recently at his home in Scotland. This edition recalls her performances on stage (The Sound of Music, 1981, Blood
Brothers, 1993, Sunset Boulevard, 1995, and 1989's Someone Like
You, which Clark co-wrote) and on the big screen (the 1969 hits
Finian's Rainbow and Goodbye Mr Chips , plus over 20 postwar films).
Corin Redgrave reads an abridged version of George Orwell 's tale of an omnipresent political state.
6/8. The Thought Police discover Winston and Julia hiding above Mr Charrington 's junk shop. Abridged by Neville Teller
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