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by H.G. Wells
Dramatised in four parts by Alun Richards

Mr Lewisham was forced to leave Whortley, where he had spent idyllic hours with Ethel Henderson. Three years later he is attending the Normal School of Science in Kensington.

Contributors

Author:
H.G. Wells
Dramatised by:
Alun Richards
Producer:
Martin Lisemore
Director:
Christopher Barry
Mr Lewisham:
Brian Deacon
Draper's assistant:
Alec Linstead
Miss Heydinger:
Jane Lapotaire
Mr Smithers:
Jeffrey Perry
Mr Lagune:
Gerald Cross
Emily:
Gloria Walker
Mr Chaffery:
Freddie Jones
Ethel Henderson:
Carolyn Courage
Parlourmaid:
Janice Anthony
Mrs Chaffery:
Hilary Mason
Registrar:
Sidney Johnson

A series of ten programmes
with Kenneth Hawley

In the quiet wooded valleys of Sheffield's five rivers, dramatic survivals can still be found of the great hammers and forges which made Sheffield's skill in working iron and steel the envy of the world.

Contributors

Presenter:
Kenneth Hawley
Producer:
Ray Sutcliffe

starring Sacha Distel who tonight welcomes as his special guests Mike and Bernie Winters, The Dudley Moore Trio, Clodagh Rodgers
Featuring a personal appearance of one of America's greatest composers Arthur Schwartz, in a medley of his well-known hits.
With The Norman Maen Dancers, The Maggie Stredder Singers and Three's a Crowd
Peter Knight and his Orchestra

Contributors

Singer:
Sacha Distel
Comedian:
Mike Winters
Comedian:
Bernie Winters
Musicians:
The Dudley Moore Trio
Singer:
Clodagh Rodgers
Guest:
Arthur Schwartz
Dancers:
The Norman Maen Dancers
Singers:
The Maggie Stredder Singers
Musicians:
Three's a Crowd
Musicians:
Peter Knight and his Orchestra
Special musical arrangements:
Peter Knight
Special musical arrangements:
Nick Ingman
Choreography:
Norman Main
Sound:
Len Shorey
Producer:
Michael Hurll

starring O.W. Fischer, Ruth Leuwerik

Ludwig, appalled by Bismarck's militarism, took solace in the music of Richard Wagner - here played by Herbert von Karajan and the Vienna Symphony Orchestra - and eventually retired from public life to design and build three magnificent castles.

(This Week's Films: page 19)
(Colour)

Contributors

Director:
Helmut Kautner
Ludwig II:
O.W. Fischer
Elisabeth:
Ruth Leuwerik
Princess Sophie:
Marianne Koch
Richard Wagner:
Paul Bildt
Bismarck:
Friedrich Domin
Graf Holnstein:
Rolf Kutschera
Dr Gudden:
Robert Meyn
Prince Luitpold:
Rudolf Fernau
Prince Otto:
Klaus Kinski
Franz Joseph:
Erik Frey
Musicians:
Vienna Symphony Orchestra
Conductor:
Herbert von Karajan

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