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Kevin Godley, Lol Creme, Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart and Paul Burgess
A chance to see this Manchester group perform tracks from 10cc and Sheet Music.

Contributors

Musician:
Kevin Godley
Musician:
Lol Creme
Musician:
Graham Gouldman
Musician:
Eric Stewart
Musician:
Paul Burgess
Sound:
Adrian Bishop Laggett
Lighting:
Peter Wesson
Design:
Valerie Warrender
Production:
Johnnie Stewart

The Language of Sculpture
The artist outlines the main ideas which have directed his work over the years. He shows how he sets about constructing the massive walk-through forms which stand as high as houses. Narrator TONY CHURCH
Written and produced by JOHN READ

Contributors

Produced By:
John Read

starring
John Barrymore , Carole Lombard Walter Connolly , Roscoe Karns
A theatrical producer's attempts to make a temperamental actress sign a contract on the famous Twentieth Century train en route from Chicago to New York.
Director HOWARD HAWKS
This Week's Films: page 12

Contributors

Unknown:
John Barrymore
Unknown:
Carole Lombard
Unknown:
Walter Connolly
Unknown:
Roscoe Karns
Oscar Jarfe:
John Barrymore
Lily Garland:
Carole Lombard
Webb:
Walter Connolly
O'Malley:
Roscoe Karns
Jacobs:
Charles Levison
Clark:
Etienne Girardot
Sadie:
Dale Fuller
George Smith:
Ralph Forbes
Anita:
Billie Seward
Lockwood:
Clifford Thompson

In the final programme of the present series Tony Bilbow reviews a re-make of the 1950 French classic La Ronde, called Night of Love, starring Maria Schneider and Helmut Berger. Philip Jenkinson interviews the French director Claude Lelouch about La Bonne Annee, now showing in London. William Hall of London's Evening News reports from South Africa on Gold, with comments from its stars, Roger Moore, Susannah York and Ray Milland.
Philip Jenkinson: page 12

Contributors

Presenter:
Tony Bilbow
Interviewer:
Philip Jenkinson
Interviewee:
Claude Lelouch
Reporter:
William Hall
Interviewee:
Roger Moore
Interviewee:
Susannah York
Interviewee:
Ray Milland
Producer:
Barry Brown

BBC Two England

About BBC Two

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