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Five Medicine Today films about the general practice health team. 2: New Roles for Nurses
When is a nurse not a nurse? Should she take on new challenges such as doing some of the doctor's visits for him or should she remain his handmaiden?
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
Series editor MICHAEL GARROD Book, 11.30, from bookshop*

Contributors

Editor:
Michael Garrod

rehearses students and young singers in scenes from
Berg's ' Wozzeck' translation by HARFORD and BLACKALL
With CHRISTOPHER BLADES
ALAN OKE , PAUL ARDEN-GRIFFITH SIMON MASTERTON-SMITH
RACHEL GETTLER , TERENCE WALTERS Repetiteur JEFFREY TATE
In the second class of the series Sir Geraint works on a famous 20th-century tragedy about a character oppressed by his circumstances and exploited by his superiors.
Scenes staged by MALCOLM FRASER Sound ALAN EDMONDS Lighting PETER SMEE
Designer KEITH CHEETHAM Producer DAVID BUCKTON Director CLIVE BENNETT

Contributors

Unknown:
Christopher Blades
Unknown:
Alan Oke
Unknown:
Paul Arden-Griffith
Unknown:
Simon Masterton-Smith
Unknown:
Rachel Gettler
Unknown:
Terence Walters
Repetiteur:
Jeffrey Tate
Unknown:
Malcolm Fraser
Unknown:
Sound Alan Edmonds
Designer:
Keith Cheetham
Producer:
David Buckton
Director:
Clive Bennett

starring The Marx Brothers
Dr Hugo Z. Hackenbush, a horse doctor, is engaged to take charge of a general sanatorium - the results are predictably hilarious.
This Week's Films: page 19

Contributors

Peoducer/Director:
Sam Wood
Dr Hackenbush:
Groucho Marx
Tony:
Chico Marx
Stuffy:
Harpo Marx
Gil:
Allan Jones
Judy:
Maureen O'Sullivan
Mrs Upjohn:
Margaret Dumont
Whitmore:
Leonard Ceeley
Morgan:
Douglass Dumbrille
'Flo':
Esther Muir
Dr Steinberg:
Sig Rumann
Sheriff:
Robert Middlemass

BBC Two England

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