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Michael Freedland presents a four-part personal exploration of the British film industry over the last 60 years. In the first programme he takes a look at the British industry as a whole, and talks about the film studios like
Pinewood, Elstree, Denham and Ealing. With contributions from Bryan Forbes , Peter Rogers , David Puttnam ,
Michael Winner and Jack Gold.
Producer Neil Rosser
* Michael Freedland : Face behind the Voice, page 143

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Freedland
Unknown:
Bryan Forbes
Unknown:
Peter Rogers
Unknown:
David Puttnam
Unknown:
Michael Winner
Unknown:
Jack Gold.
Producer:
Neil Rosser
Producer:
Michael Freedland

Introduced by Richard Baker from the Hippodrome,
Golders Green, London. Barry Wordsworth conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra, with guest artists Janis Kelly , Richard Whitehouse and pianist Geoff Eales. At 8.15, during the interval, Richard Baker introduces music on disc from Placido Domingo. Producer Alan Boyd Repeat

Contributors

Introduced By:
Richard Baker
Unknown:
Barry Wordsworth
Artists:
Janis Kelly
Artists:
Richard Whitehouse
Pianist:
Geoff Eales.
Introduces:
Richard Baker
Producer:
Alan Boyd

Paul McGann concludes a seven-part reading of Emily Bronte's classic tale of passion, jealousy and revenge. Abridged by Neville Teller Producer Olivia Landsberg

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul McGann
Abridged By:
Neville Teller
Producer:
Olivia Landsberg

Frank Renton presents extracts from the Massed Brass Band
Concert given by Fodens
(Courtois) and Brighouse and Rastrick, conducted by Frank Renton himself and titled A
Night at the Opera.

Contributors

Unknown:
Frank Renton
Conducted By:
Frank Renton

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