Just when you thought it was safe to turn on the radio....! starring David Jason as Count Dracula,
Sheila Steatel as Frankenstein's bride and Jon Glover as Sir Keith Joseph
Script by LAURIE ROWLEY
ANDY HAMILTON , GUY JENKIN COLIN BOSTOCK-SMITH , RORY MCGRATH , CHARLIE ADAMS and BOB SINFIELD
Music by NICK SICÃT
Lyrics by ALISTAIR BEATON Producer JIMMY MULVILLE (Repeated: Tues 10.30 pm)
Introduced by Sue MacGregor including during the week some Talking Point discussions, your letters and other items.
Among these today:
Curtain Up: on the world of arts and entertainment With TONY BARNFIELD.
Collecting: advice and anecdotes from DAVID BENEDICTUS.
A Month in the Country (4)
Editor WVK KNOWLES
Tonic Water and Ice by JANE BEESON with Dick and Jan are seen by their friends as the couple who have everything -looks, money, the perfect marriage. However, Dick's unusually close relationship with his mother has become a serious threat to their happiness. During a long, hot summer weekend at his parents' country house bv the sea, the tension becomes unbearable. Directed by CHERRY COOKSON
(Repeated: Sun 2.30 pm) (Michael Pennington is a member of the Royal
Shakespeare Company; Francesca Annis is a National Theatre Player)
Dick as a child:
Ready When You Are, Mr DeMille !
On the occasion of CECIL B DEMILLE 'S centenary (born 12 August 1881), film critic and writer John Baxter both celebrates and re-evaluates the career of this legendary movie director and producer whose name was a byword for fast action, heavy melodrama and opulent spectacle.
With a cast of thousands. including ELMER BERNSTEIN DE WITT BODEEN,
YUL BRYNNER , FRANK CAPRA
DAVID CHIERICHETTI , AGNES DEMILLE , KATHERINE DEMILLE ,
WILLIAM K. EVERSON , SAMUEL FULLER EDITH HEAD,
CHARLTON HESTON , CHARLES HIGHAM DOROTHY LAMOUR , JESSE
LASKY JR, ROBERT PARRISH GLORIA SWANSON , KING VIDOR, NATALIE VISART FRANK WESTMORE
HENRY WILCOXON and CECIL B. DEMILLE. Producer
JOHN POWELL Editor
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