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proudly presents a mishmash of mix-ups in a miscellany of mistakes, mishaps and misunderstandings featuring
Tricia George , George A. Cooper David Copperfield , Jack Joseph and with contributions from
WYN EDWARDS
TOM MAGEE-ENGELFIELD
TONY RICH , TERRY RAVENSCROFT
HOWARD IMBER , ERNEST FORBES
NORMAN BEARDSLEY
Illustrations by GRAHAM ROUND
Written and directed by PETER CAMPBELL Producer DAPHNE JONES

Contributors

Unknown:
Tricia George
Unknown:
George A. Cooper
Unknown:
David Copperfield
Unknown:
Jack Joseph
Unknown:
Wyn Edwards
Unknown:
Tom Magee-Engelfield
Unknown:
Tony Rich
Unknown:
Terry Ravenscroft
Unknown:
Howard Imber
Unknown:
Ernest Forbes
Unknown:
Norman Beardsley
Illustrations By:
Graham Round
Directed By:
Peter Campbell
Producer:
Daphne Jones

Four reports by Tom Mangold on life inside Britain's jails today. 4: Long-term Prisoners
1 You wake up in the morning and you wish you hadn't. You think, what is the purpose of life now? I'm only ticking over till I decay. It's like bailing a rowing boat out in the middle of the Pacific. If you're never going to reach the shore, what's the use of bailing? ' How do prisons cope with the increasing number of lifers and long-termers? And how do individuals cope with the prospect of decades inside? This film was made in two maximum security jails, and contains revealing interviews with men society wants kept out of circulation.
Film cameraman BUTCH CALDERWOOD Film editor DAVID HOPE
Producer JOHN PENYCATE

Contributors

Unknown:
Tom Mangold
Unknown:
Butch Calderwood
Producer:
John Penycate

Profiles of five stars from the golden age of Hollywood. Written and presented by Barry Norman
With personal comments from Lauren Bacall, Bogart's fourth wife, Richard Burton, whom Bogart helped in Hollywood, Nathaniel Benchley, writer and friend, Ingrid Bergman, Bogart's co-star in Casablanca, Sam Jaffe, Bogart's agent and friend, Helen Hayes, who worked with Bogart on the New York stage, Howard Hawks, director of To Have and Have Not and The Big Sleep, Joan Bennett, actress and friend, Robert Morley, who first met Bogart on The African Queen, Joe Hyams,
Bogart's biographer, Stanley Kramer, producer of The Caine Mutiny.

Contributors

Writer/Presenter:
Barry Norman
Interviewee:
Lauren Bacall
Interviewee:
Richard Burton
Interviewee:
Nathaniel Benchley
Interviewee:
Ingrid Bergman
Interviewee:
Sam Jaffe
Interviewee:
Helen Hayes
Interviewee:
Howard Hawks
Interviewee:
Joan Bennett
Interviewee:
Robert Morley
Interviewee:
Joe Hyams
Interviewee:
Stanley Kramer
Film Editor:
Bert Meadows
Production Assistant:
Margaret Sharp
Production Assistant:
Judy Lindsay
Producer:
Barry Brown

Two Sundays by 'SIMON GRAY
Two boys at school in the 1950s. Two professional men in their dubious prime today. Two Sundays and two crises. What have they to do with each other and which child is father of the man?
Peculiarly haunting ... a very fine piece. The acting was so good that one hardly noticed it. (NEW STATESMAN) One of the most memorable pieces of television drama in recent years.
(THE GUARDIAN)
With the sheer joy of Gray's witty script, it was at any level an enjoyable and successful play. (DAILY MAIL)
Producer KENITH TRODD
Director MICHAEL LINDSAY-HOGG

Contributors

Producer:
Kenith Trodd
Director:
Michael Lindsay-Hogg
Charles:
Alan Bates
Peter:
Dinsdale Landen
Hilary:
Georgina Hale
Alison:
Rosemary Martin
Boy:
Stephen Grover
Boy:
Andrew Burleigh
House master:
Benjamin Whitrow
Master:
Simon Cadell
Master:
Victor Langley

BBC One London

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BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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