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Story: Grotty and the Housework by CATHERINE GAVIN
Pianist HARRY HAYWARD
Percussionist ALAN GRAHAME
Designer INGRID CARTER-JOHNSON Scriptwriter/director AVRIL PRICE Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Pianist:
Catherine Gavin
Pianist:
Harry Hayward
Pianist:
Percussionist Alan Grahame
Designer:
Ingrid Carter-Johnson

with Percy Thrower at Clacks Farm, Ombersley
September is a busy time in the fruit garden, with apples and pears to be harvested and stored, strawberries to be planted in pots and the open ground, and soil prepared for autumn planting.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR (Birmingham)
Percy Thrower 's Guide to Gardeners' World, 50p, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown:
Percy Thrower
Producer:
Barrie Edgar
Unknown:
Percy Thrower

Harry Watt
J was just a brash, overbearing, cheeky and opinionated youngster who unexpectedly got the chance to make films ...
Born in Edinburgh in 1906, HARRY WATT joined John Grierson 's newly formed Empire Marketing Board film unit in 1931. Of that original group of realist film directors, Watt has had one of the longest and most varied careers, ranging from his first government-sponsored documentaries to the large-scale commercial features he directed for Ealing Studios.
Tonight he looks back over his life's work and shows some of his own favourite sequences from the films he directed, including: Night Mail (1936), North Sea (1938), Squadron 992 (1940), Target for Tonight (1941), The Overlanders (1946), and Where No Vultures Fly (1951). At Ealing Studios he talks to actor GORDON JACKSON , who made his first screen appearance in Harry Watt 's Nine Men (1942).
Film cameraman EUGENE CARR Film editor PETER SYMES
Executive producer NORMAN SWALLOW Director TONY STAVEACRE

Contributors

Unknown:
Harry Watt
Unknown:
Harry Watt
Unknown:
John Grierson
Unknown:
Gordon Jackson
Unknown:
Harry Watt
Unknown:
Eugene Carr
Editor:
Peter Symes
Director:
Tony Staveacre

A comedy film series re-creating the successful feature film starring
Two young surgeons who work in a mobile army surgical hospital and are intensely dedicated to off-duty relaxation.
Carry on Hawkeye
Trapper, being one of the early casualties when the flu bug hits the 4077th, is left in the care of an attractive new nurse, and Hawkeye is the only doctor left to operate, when an announcement comes in that battle casualties are being brought in. ProducerGENE REYNOLDS

Contributors

Producer:
Gene Reynolds
Hawkeye:
Alan Alda
Trapper John:
Wayne Rodgers
Colonel Blake:
McLean Stevenson
Radar:
Gary Burghoff
Hotlips:
Loretta Swit
Major Frank Burns:
Larry Linville

A season of classic films that have influenced the development of world cinema. The Blue Angel starring
Marlene Dietrich , Emil Jannings
An ageing English teacher who falls for the charms of a ruthless night-club singer and leaves his job to tour with her, soon finds himself demoted to the role of servant. I
Dietrich's singing, Jannings's acting and Von Sternberg 's atmospheric direction combine to make The Blue Angel Germany's finest sound film of the period.
Based on the novel by HEINRICH MANN Producer ERICH POMMER
An early blue film: page 4; This Week's Films: page 19

Contributors

Unknown:
Marlene Dietrich
Unknown:
Emil Jannings
Unknown:
Von Sternberg
Novel By:
Heinrich Mann
Producer:
Erich Pommer
Professor Rath:
Emil Jannings
Lola Frohlich:
Marlene Dietrich
Kiepert:
Kurt Gerron
Guste Kiepert:
Rosa Valetti
Mazeppa:
Hans Albers

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