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A series of matches played under 'knock-out' rules.
Featuring
The International Cavaliers XI
Captain, Denis Compton (Middlesex and England)
who today play
A Hampshire XI
at Tichborne Park, nr. Alresford, Hampshire.
Among those playing for the International Cavaliers XI today: Ted Dexter (Sussex and England), Colin Cowdrey (Kent and England), Godfrey Evans (Kent and England), Colin Ingleby-Mackenzie (Hampshire)
Introduced by Frank Bough.
Organised by the International Cavaliers Cricket Club in association with Rothmans of Pall Mall in aid of Peter Sainsbury's Benefit Fund

(to 16.00)

Contributors

Captain (The International Cavaliers XI):
Denis Compton
Cricketer (The International Cavaliers XI):
Ted Dexter
Cricketer (The International Cavaliers XI):
Colin Cowdrey
Cricketer (The International Cavaliers XI):
Godfrey Evans
Cricketer (The International Cavaliers XI):
Colin Ingleby-Mackenzie
Presenter:
Frank Bough
Commentator:
Sir Learie Constantine
Guest commentator:
John Arlott
Television presentation:
Alan Mouncer

for the deaf and hard of hearing
A look at the news of the week with film from all over the world and a commentary that can be seen as well as heard.

Contributors

Presenter:
Robert Dougall
Translator:
Joan Turner
Producer:
Bill Northwood

Around the World in Song.
Dai Francis and Tony Mercer are appearing in 'The Black and White Minstrel Show' at the Victoria Palace, London

Contributors

Soloist:
Dai Francis
Soloist:
Tony Mercer
Soloist:
Ted Darling
Soloist:
Margaret Savage
Musical director:
Robert De Cormier
Staged by:
Douglas Squires
Drawings:
Tony Hart
Costumes supervised by:
Betty Aidiss
Designer:
Bill Tregidden
Producer:
Travers Thorneloe

by William Shakespeare.
A recording of the Bristol Old Vic Company European Tour production, 1964

See page 12

Contributors

Author:
William Shakespeare
Theatre production directed by:
Val May
Settings and costumes designed by:
Michael Annals
Music for television production:
Robert Spencer
Television production, from the Theatre Royal, Bristol:
George R. Foa
Director:
Roger Jenkins
Ferdinand, King of Navarre:
David Dodimead
Berowne:
Richard Pasco
Longaville:
Michael Jayston
Dumaine:
Peter Baldwin
Dull:
Julian Curry
Costard:
Russell Hunter
Don Adriano de Armado:
Christopher Benjamin
Moth:
Stanley Bates
Jaquenetta:
Jennie Woodford
Boyet:
Terrence Hardiman
Princess of France:
Eithne Dunne
Rosaline:
Barbara Leigh-Hunt
Katharine:
Rowena Cooper
Maria:
Bonnie Hurren
Lord attendant on Princess:
Michael Fleming
Foresters:
Julian Battersby
Foresters:
Michael Quinto
Sir Nathaniel:
Frank Middlemass
Holofernes:
James Cossins
Chamberlain to the King:
Leader Hawkins
Lord attendant on the King:
Alan Knight
Lord attendant on the King:
Antony Vogel
Clerk to Holofernes:
Alan Collins
Mercade, a messenger:
Edgar Wreford
Villager:
Charles Pemberton
Villager:
Michael Quinto
Villager:
Noel Thorpe-Tracey

Written and narrated by John Berger.
South of Lyons, in a small French village, there is one of the most extraordinary buildings in the world - a palace built more than fifty years ago by the local postman.
In this new film John Berger, the art critic and author, explores the palace and tells the story of the man who built it, Le Facteur Cheval.
See page 13

Contributors

Writer/Narrator:
John Berger
Photographed by:
Peter Sargent
Sound:
Peter Jarvis
Film Editor:
Jesse Palmer
Producer/Director:
Michael Gill

by Stendhal.
Dramatised in five parts by Michael Barry.
Julien has visited London on a diplomatic mission for the Marquis. He has become Malthilde's lover, and as a result she has treated him with proud contempt.
Recorded in the BBC's Glasgow studio
(John Stride is a National Theatre player)
Repeated on Wednesday at 8.50

Contributors

Author:
null Stendhal
Dramatised by:
Michael Barry
Story Editor:
Michael Voysey
Music arranged by:
Dudley Simpson
Organist:
Nicholas Jackson
Percussion:
Alan Haiken
Lighting:
John McQuillan
Sound:
Ian Dunn
Costumes supervised by:
Anne Menzies
Make-up supervised by:
Anne Donnelly
Designer:
Jack Notman
Producer:
Douglas Allen
Director:
James Cellan Jones
Korasoff:
Adrian Ropes
Julien Sorel:
John Stride
Madame de Fervaques:
Lila Valmere
Father Pastanatl:
Andrew Robertson
Mathilde de la Mole:
Karin Fernald
Footman:
John Shedden
Marquis de Croisenois:
Brian Hankins
Marquise de la Mole:
Maud Risdon
Marquis de la Mole:
Gerald Cross
Father Pirard:
Hamilton Dyce
Marquis de Rouvray:
Christopher Denham
Louise de Renal:
June Tobin
Madame Derville:
Anne Ridler
Madame Valenod:
Ann Lancaster
Elisa:
Elizabeth Bell
Yvon:
Derek Lamden
Father Maslon:
Geoffrey Rose
President of the Court:
Noel Johnson
Fouque:
Emrys James
Priest:
Arthur Boland

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