featuring Carol* Hayman Nick Maloney Simon Molloy and Brian Southwood
Script and songs written bv ROB GRANT and DOUG NAYLOR
Musical accompaniment bv PETE LINGWOOD
Producer RON MCDONNELL BBC Manchester
(Repeated: Tues 10.30 pm)
12.55 Weather; programme news
with Sue MacGregor
Down By the Sea: DR PAUL gragg talks about the seasonal changes in marine life.
Talking Point: ANN CLWYD , MEP, and JOHN HANNAM, MP discuss employment opportunities for the disabled.
Curtain Up.' on the world of Arts and entertainment, with TONY BARNFIELD.
Believe it or Not: astrologer RUSSELL GRANT takes a peek at the future and discusses the Aries personality with ANNE NIGHTINGALE.
A Glass of Blessings (8) long wave only
Frank Muir and Alfred Marks with recorded comedy from BOB NEWHART ,
WOODY ALLEN , JACK BENNY , JIMMY EDWARDS , DICK BENTLEY and JUNE WHITFIELD
Written by FRANK MUIR and producer SIMON BRETT (Repeated: Wed 12.27 pm)
Party Going by NEVILLE TELLER based on the novel by HENRY GREEN
Victoria Station is fog-bound. A party of rich young socialites waits for the fog to lift so they can begin their holiday; but while they wait their lives change
Directed by CHRISTOPHER VENNING
Mr, wray/Floof Rwattet:
Counter Assistant/Room service:
Embassy Richard/Passer by:
A series of five talks.
A memory is triggered off by a sight, sound, smell, taste or touch. 3: Malysh
Bill Campbell possesses a piece of coarsely knitted cloth, which turned up in his luggage when he left Russia to live in England. Who put it there? Who was Malysh? Producer
Sporrans on the Behind ' In the original production of Macbeth, they wore the sporrans on their behinds. Does this mean that to produce Macbeth as originally intended, I have to do the same? I believe I have to do a production that stops people patronising the work.'
Elijah Moshinsky , whose production of Verdi's
Macbeth, opens at Covenl Garden on Friday, talks to Rodney Milnes about
Ms previous productions which include Peter Grimes , The Rake's
Prepress and Lohengrin. as well as his involvement with the Shakespeare plays on BBCtv.
Producer JOHN BOUNDY Editor ROSEMARY HART
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