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A series of five programmes for people with impaired hearing, those who live and work with them, and for the plain curious.... 3: Deaf, not Daft
Introduced by POLLY ELWES and RICHARD BAKER
(The programme will be captioned for those who cannot hear).
Magazine for the deal on Ceelax p 169

Contributors

Introduced By:
Polly Elwes
Introduced By:
Richard Baker

A practical guide to everyday writing. Today there's more help with writing letters of complaint. Presented by BARRY TOOK with MICHAEL GAMBON and ZENA WALKER
Producer CAROLINE PICK

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Gambon
Unknown:
Zena Walker
Producer:
Caroline Pick

Brush up your reading and writing with BRIAN REDHEAD
Script BARRY TOOK
Adviser CATHERINE MOORHOUSE Director CAROLINE PICK
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES
Book (same title), £1.20, from oookshops

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Redhead
Script:
Barry Took
Unknown:
Catherine Moorhouse
Director:
Caroline Pick
Producer:
David Hargreaves

A series of seven programmes for Lent.
Vernon Sproxton invites viewers to share in prayer and worship through words, music and images. Theme:
The Call and Experience of God Reader PHILIP LATHAM
THE TREBLES OF WELLS CATHEDRAL conducted by ANTHONY CROSSLAND THE HIGHFIELD SINGERS conducted by JOHN BISHOP
Readings: Genesis 28, vv 10-17; Isaiah *, vv 1-8; Luke 5, vv 1-11
Music: 0 thou who earnest from above, Come, my way (The call); My gracious Lord; Love divine.
Images: The stained glass and stone of Wells Cathedral
Direction CHRISTOPHER MANN , JOHN DOBSON Production PETER FIRTH , BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown:
Vernon Sproxton
Reader:
Philip Latham
Conducted By:
Anthony Crossland
Conducted By:
John Bishop
Unknown:
Christopher Mann
Unknown:
John Dobson
Unknown:
Peter Firth

continues the season of British films of the 40s. starring Stewart Granger, John Mills, Alastair Sim

With husband Jim away in the army. Tillie Colter feels lonely and unhappy, forced to live in cramped conditions with her in-laws and a lodger. Tillie is attracted to Ted Purvis, the local lady-killer in the Waterloo Road area. Jim is told all is not well at home...
Screenplay by VAL VALENTINE , from a story by SIDNEY GILLIAT. Produced by EDWARD BLACK . Directed by SIDNEY GILLIAT . Films: page 17

Contributors

Unknown:
Stewart Granger
Unknown:
John Mills
Unknown:
Alastair Sim
Unknown:
Tillie Colter
Unknown:
Ted Purvis
Unknown:
Val Valentine
Unknown:
Sidney Gilliat.
Produced By:
Edward Black
Directed By:
Sidney Gilliat
Ted Purvis:
Stewart Granger
Jim Colter:
John Mills
Dr Montgomery:
Alastair Sim
Tillie Colter:
Joy Shelton
Mrs Colter:
Beatrice Varley
Ruby:
Alison Leggatt
Fred:
Arthur Denton
Vera:
Vera Frances
Mike Duggan:
Leslie Bradley
Corporal Lewis:
Ben Williams
Tom Mason:
George Carney
Toni:
Jean Kent

The Caxton Young Citizens of the Year Awards
Introduced by John Craven With PAUL MCDOWELL from the Mansion House, London.
This is one of the few awards programmes where the people receiving the honours are not famous. They are ordinary children, chosen by the judges because they have done some extraordinary things, ranging from acts of great bravery to examples of remarkable concern for others.
Outside broadcast director PETER CHARLTON Producer ERIC ROWAN
BACK PAGE: 82

Contributors

Introduced By:
John Craven
Introduced By:
With Paul McDowell
Director:
Peter Charlton
Producer:
Eric Rowan

The story of two sisters by JANE AUSTEN. Dramatised in seven episodes by ALEXANDER BARON starring
5: Marianne's heart is doubly broken by a yet more callous rejection by Willoughby. Elinor is to meet Edward's mother who, ignorant of the engagement to Lucy Steele , plans to marry him to the heiress to a great fortune.
From an outline by DENIS CONSTANDUROS Music by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Costume designer DOROTHEA WALLACE Script editor ALISTAIR BELL
Designer PAUL JOEL. Producer BARRY LETTS Directed by RODNEY BENNETT
Ceefax sub-titles on page 170

Contributors

Unknown:
Jane Austen.
Unknown:
Alexander Baron
Unknown:
Lucy Steele
Unknown:
Denis Constanduros
Music By:
Dudley Simpson
Designer:
Dorothea Wallace
Editor:
Alistair Bell
Designer:
Paul Joel.
Producer:
Barry Letts
Directed By:
Rodney Bennett
Elinor:
Irene Richard
Marianne:
Tracey Childs
Mrs Jennings:
Annie Leon
Colonel Brandon:
Robert Swann
Edward Ferrars:
Bosco Hogan
John Dashwood:
Peter Gale
Fanny Dashwood:
Amanda Boxer
Anne Steele:
Pippa Sparkes
Lucy Steele:
Julia Chambers
Mrs Ferrars:
Margot van Der Burgh
Robert Ferrars:
Philip Bowen
Sir John Middleton:
Donald Douglas
Lady Middleton:
Marjorie Bland
Clay:
William Lawford

Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
The colourful and bustling community of Hong Kong is now much easier to reach since the cost of air fares has been dramatically reduced. It's a great place in which to do your duty free holiday shopping, but what else can the colony offer its visitors? CLIFF MICHEL MORE reports. The canals and rivers of France are attracting more and more British holidaymakers. Brittany is especially popular for such holidays, as John Carter discovers. Frank and Nesta Bough continue their Italian journey, travelling from Asolo in the Veneto.
Film editor MAX WHEELER
Executive producer TOM SAVAGE Producer CLEM VALLANCE

Contributors

Introduced By:
Cliff Michelmore
Unknown:
Cliff Michel
Unknown:
John Carter
Unknown:
Nesta Bough
Editor:
Max Wheeler
Producer:
Clem Vallance

from St David 's. Dyfed, West Wales. In the Middle Ages it was said that two visits to St David 's were as good as one pilgrimage to Rome. This evening Noreen Bray visits the town and talks to some of the local community, including a farmer and a newly-fledged Baptist minister. The united churches sing their praise for St David's Day in St David's Cathedral.
All creatures of our God and King (Lasst uns erfreuen); Dear Lord and Father (Repton); Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us (Mannheim): For all the saints (Sine nomine); Amazing grace: All people that on earth (Old 100th); Breathe on me. breath of God (Bod alwyn); Praise the Lord. ye heavens adore him (Hyfrydol) Conductor JOHN HUGHES
Organist SIR NICHOLAS JACKSON
Producer HUW BRIAN WILLIAMS . Series producer RAYMOND SHORT . BBC Cymru/Wales

Contributors

Unknown:
St David
Unknown:
St David
Unknown:
Noreen Bray
Conductor:
John Hughes
Organist:
Sir Nicholas Jackson
Producer:
Huw Brian Williams
Unknown:
Raymond Short

by John Hale
A series of six plays
Starring Glenda Jackson
with Ronald Hines, Daphne Slater, Rachel Kempson
Cast in order of appearance: [see below]

"It was history without tears and very addictive and successful into the bargain." (Daily Telegraph)
"...the standards of acting, the superb characterisations, the spaciousness of it all, still remain as absorbing." (Daily Express)

This series won five 1971-2 Emmy Awards

Contributors

Writer:
John Hale
Music:
David Munrow
Producer:
Roderick Graham
Director:
Claude Whatham
Thomas Seymour, uncle of Edward VI:
John Ronane
Fowler, Secretary to the King:
Ian Barritt
Edward VI:
Jason Kemp
John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, Lord Protector:
Philip Brack
Elizabeth I:
Glenda Jackson
Kat Ashley, Elizabeth's governess:
Rachel Kempson
Sir Thomas Parry, Treasurer:
Blake Butler
Sir Robert Tyrwhit:
Stanley Lebor
Catherine Parr, widow of Henry VIII:
Rosalie Crutchley
Lady Tyrwhit:
Nicolette Bernard
William Cecil:
Ronald Hines
Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury:
Bernard Hepton
Mary Tudor:
Daphne Slater
Guildford Dudley:
Robert Barry
Lady Jane Grey:
Sarah Frampton
de Noailles, French Ambassador:
Julian Holloway
Renard, Ambassador to the Holy Roman Empire:
Brendan Barry
Sir Thomas Wyatt:
Robert Garrett
Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester and Lord Chancellor:
Basil Dignam
Earl Of Sussex:
John Shrapnel
Bridges, Lieutenant of the Tower:
Kevin Brennan
Guard:
Richard Parry
Sir Henry Bedingfield:
Alan Foss
Philip of Spain:
Peter Jeffrey

Esther Rantzen and reporters Paul Heiney and Chris Serle investigate the more bizarre consumer sagas and real-life problems. Also featuring Cyril Fletcher with your odes and oddities of the week.
Director BOB MARSLAND
Producers HENRY MURRAY , ESTHER RANTZEN Editor RONALD NEIL

Contributors

Unknown:
Esther Rantzen
Reporters:
Paul Heiney
Reporters:
Chris Serle
Unknown:
Cyril Fletcher
Director:
Bob Marsland
Producers:
Henry Murray
Producers:
Esther Rantzen
Editor:
Ronald Neil

That much-loved Welshman Harry Secombe introduces this, the seventh festival of massed male voice choirs. The songs performed range from ' The drinking song' from The Student Prince to ' All through the night', and Harry adds his own infectious style to the proceedings.
Musical director NOEL DAVIES Accompanists
CARYS HUGHES , MARILYN PHILLIPS Producer RICK GARDNER

Contributors

Introduces:
Harry Secombe
Accompanists:
Noel Davies
Accompanists:
Carys Hughes
Accompanists:
Marilyn Phillips
Producer:
Rick Gardner

Wales v England for the Unipart Trophy
Highlights of today's international match, including coverage of the ladies' event, with England captained by Maureen Flowers , internationally ranked No 1, and Wales by JANET DEWAN , ranked No 3. Introduced by PETER PURVES from Afan Lido, Aberavon Commentators
SID WADDELL , TONY GREEN

Contributors

Unknown:
Maureen Flowers
Unknown:
Janet Dewan
Introduced By:
Peter Purves
Unknown:
Sid Waddell

BBC One London

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