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Story: "Fearless Fred collects the Jumble" by Lionel Morton
Illustrated by Robin Shepherd

(Repeated on BBC1 at 4.20 pm)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Carol Chell
Presenter/Author (Fearless Fred collects the Jumble):
Lionel Morton
Illustrator (Fearless Fred collects the Jumble):
Robin Shepherd
Graphics:
Hilary Hayton
Pianist:
Harry Hayward
Designer:
Valerie Warrender
Script/Director:
Peter Charlton
Production:
Ann Reay
Series Producer:
Cynthia Felgate

The Philippine Islands - once a United States colony, now an important factor in America's South East Asian policy.
On the eve of the Constitutional Conference, which could produce radical changes in the entire structure - and the relationship with the US - Europa reports on the Philippines through the eyes of Swedish and West German television cameramen, and comes up with two very different reports.
Introduced by Derek Hart

Contributors

Presenter:
Derek Hart
Editor:
Ronnie Noble
on BBC Two England

Introduced by David Jones

Neruda at the Roundhouse
'If you are born a fool in Rumania you follow a fool's career,
If you are a fool in Avignon, you are known for what you are
But if you are born a fool in Chile,
They soon will make you an ambassador.'
Some lines by Latin America's leading poet which came home to roost when he was appointed Chilean ambassador in Paris. Last year Review filmed Neruda at the Roundhouse.

Homage to the Square
Josef Albers, teacher of such important contemporary painters as Robert Rauschenberg, has been described as the great disciplinarian of modern art. His glowing coloured squares have a life and energy that have inspired a whole generation of artists. Here he talks about his work and demonstrates the qualities that make his abstracts so vocal.

Bron and Bird
Eleanor Bron and John Bird continue their look at some aspects of the arts you may have missed.

(David Jones is a member of the RSC)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
David Jones
Subject (Neruda at the Roundhouse):
null Neruda
Director (Neruda at the Roundhouse):
Eric Mival
Presenter (Homage to the Square):
Josef Albers
Director (Homage to the Square):
Hans Namuth
Director (Homage to the Square):
Paul Falkenberg
Comedienne (Bron and Bird):
Eleanor Bron
Comedian (Bron and Bird):
John Bird
Producer:
Peter Adam
Producer:
Tony Staveacre

From Austria, the winner of The Golden Rose Trophy, The International Press Prize, The City of Montreux Comedy Prize
Starring Felix Dvorak, Miriam Dreifuss, Olivia Molina, C-Department

Contributors

Writer/Director:
Peter Lodynski
Writer:
Felix Dvorak
Produced for ORP by:
Kuno Knobl
Comedian:
Felix Dvorak
Performer:
Miriam Dreifuss
Singer:
Olivia Molina
Performers:
null C-Department

by Guy de Maupassant
A second chance to see this dramatisation in five parts by Robert Muller

Georges Duroy survived his duel with a rival journalist. Charles Forestier is now very ill and Georges remains in close attendance on Madeleine as she cares for her dying husband.
(First shown last Saturday)

Contributors

Author:
Guy de Maupassant
Dramatised by:
Robert Muller
Script Editor:
Lennox Phillips
Designer:
Chris Pemsel
Producer:
Martin Lisemore
Director:
John Davies
Charles Forestier:
James Cossins
Georges Duroy:
Robin Ellis
Priest:
Graham Leaman
Clotilde:
Elvi Hale
Manservant:
Maurice Quick
Jacques Rival:
Garfield Morgan
Tattle:
Arthur Pentelow
Comte de Vaudrec:
John Wentworth
Mme Walter:
Margaret Courtenay
Suzanne:
Wendy Allnutt
Rose:
Penny Thomas
Laurine:
Gillian Bailey
M. Walter:
John Bryans
Fencer:
Peter Bell
Fencer:
Ian McKay
Fencer:
Juliet Pease
Fencer:
Malcolm Ransom
Fencer:
Allison Steadman
Fencer:
John Shorter

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