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Ten programmes for home dress-makers.

The Trouser Suit
including a full-length trouser suit and a Bermuda shorts suit.
Brian Hoey introduces Gerald McCann, designer, Ann Ladbury, demonstrator
(Shown yesterday on BBC-1)

Contributors

Presenter:
Brian Hoey
Designer:
Gerald McCann
Demonstrator:
Ann Ladbury
Programme arranged by:
Iris Furlong
Director:
Bryn Brooks
Executive producer:
Beryl Radley

A weekly programme which focuses on people and the situations which shape their lives.

John Cousins never stood on the steps of Transport House to declare that, like father, he'd someday become boss of the gigantic Transport and General Workers Union. Douglas Hogg hasn't said he'll be as prominent a barrister or politician as father Quintin. Children of famous fathers, they are having a go at the same careers in which their fathers distinguished themselves. Living up to father's name is a big task. Yet even when entering a vastly different field there are still pressures, criticisms, accusations of 'string pulling'. Unlike his father, David Montgomery, son of the Field-Marshal, isn't a soldier. He works in the perfume business. But like the others he finds there are always comparisons and the personal worry of living up to the name.
See page 49
(Colour)

Contributors

Subject:
John Cousins
Subject:
Douglas Hogg
Subject:
David Montgomery
Producer:
Tom Conway
Editor:
Desmond Wilcox
Editor:
Bill Morton

A celebration of the 20th Aldeburgh Festival opened in the presence of H.M. The Queen.
with Julian Bream, The Vienna Boys Choir, Sviatoslav Richter, Henry Moore, Sir William Walton, Peter Pears, Joyce Grenfell, King's College Chapel Choir, Cambridge University Musical Society, English Chamber Orchestra, English Opera Group, Colin Graham, Owen Brannigan, Margaret Price, James Bowman, E. M. Forster, Marion, Countess of Harewood, Stephen Reiss, John Culshaw, James Blades, Bryan Drake and Benjamin Britten
Narrated by Patrick Allen
A co-production by Henry Jaffe Enterprises Inc., and the BBC
See page 49 and colour feature on centre pages
(Colour)

Contributors

Speaker:
Julian Bream
Singers:
The Vienna Boys Choir
Pianist:
Sviatoslav Richter
Sculptor:
Henry Moore
Speaker:
Sir William Walton
Tenor:
Peter Pears
Performer:
Joyce Grenfell
Singers:
King's College Chapel Choir
Musicians:
Cambridge University Musical Society
Musicians:
English Chamber Orchestra
Singers:
English Opera Group
Singer:
Colin Graham
Singer:
Owen Brannigan
Singer:
Margaret Price
Singer:
James Bowman
Subject:
E. M. Forster
Subject:
Marion, Countess of Harewood
Subject:
Stephen Reiss
Subject:
John Culshaw
Percussionist:
James Blades
Baritone:
Bryan Drake
Subject:
Benjamin Britten
Narrator:
Patrick Allen
Producer:
Nathan Kroll
Producer:
Humphrey Burton
Editor:
Graham Bunn
Director:
Tony Palmer

by Emily Bronte.
A second chance to see this dramatisation in four parts by Hugh Leonard.
(Shown on Saturday)

Contributors

Author:
Emily Bronte
Dramatised by:
Hugh Leonard
Designer:
Peter Kindred
Producer:
David Conroy
Director:
Peter Sasdy
Ellen:
Anne Stallybrass
Hareton:
Keith Buckley
Joseph:
John Garrie
Zillah:
Janet Bruce
Linton:
Michael Wennink
Heathcliff:
Ian McShane
Catherine:
Angela Scoular
Robert:
Anthony Edwards
Manservant:
James Haswell
First gravedigger:
George Betton
Second gravedigger:
Alan Mason
Lockwood:
Jeremy Longhurst

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