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Cliff Michelmore covers the motoring news of the week.
Tonight the three most promising young racing drivers of the year receive £1,000 at the annual Grovewood Awards prizegiving in London.
Charles Gardner, wartime air correspondent and Concorde publicist introduces The Great Trog Conspiracy, his new book about queue-minded motorists published this week.
From Italy, a preview of the Turin Motor Show which opens tomorrow with the announcement of Fiat's new baby car.

Contributors

Presenter:
Cliff Michelmore
Interviewee:
Charles Gardner
Director:
Tony Salmon
Director:
Peter Cleaver
Producer:
John Mills
Editor:
Brian Robins

Adapted by Hugh Leonard
from James Joyce's "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man" and "Stephen Hero".
A Stage 2 presentation

A sensitive and compelling impression of Joyce's childhood, loss of the Faith and eventual severance from his family.
with
Donal McCann as Stephen Dedalus

(First shown on BBC1)
(Colour)

Contributors

Adapter:
Hugh Leonard
Author (A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Stephen Hero):
James Joyce
Producer:
Cedric Messina
Director:
Donald McWhinnie
Stephen Dedalus:
Donal McCann
Mrs Dedalus:
Pamela Duncan
Mr Dedalus:
Martin Dempsey
Dante:
Pauline Delany
Stephen, as boy:
James Aspinall
Fleming:
Adrian Hall
Wells:
Anthony O'Keefe
Athy:
Kevin Hourigan
Thunder:
Chris Kelly
Fr Arnall:
Eddie Byrne
Fr Dolan/Confessor:
Desmond Perry
Mr Casey/Director of College:
David Kelly
Uncle Charles/President of University:
Dominic Roche
Johnny Cashman:
Derry Power
Maurice:
Ron Flanagan
Isobel:
Eileen Murphy
Cranly:
Tony Doyle
McCann:
Tony Hayes
Dixon:
Brendan Price
Temple:
Sean Barrett
Davin:
Aidan Murphy
Flower seller:
Brenda Gogan
Emma:
Brenda Fricker
Woman:
Maggie Fitzgerald
Singer:
Marti Webb

BBC Two England

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