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Australia v England from Brisbane, Queensland.
Third day: highlights introduced by RICHIE BENAUD Commentators FRANK TYSON
PETER BURGE , NORMAN MAY and ALLAN SYMONDS
Presented in association with the AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING COMMISSION
Producers DAVID KENNING and DENIS KELLY

Contributors

Introduced By:
Richie Benaud
Commentators:
Frank Tyson
Unknown:
Peter Burge
Unknown:
Norman May
Unknown:
Allan Symonds
Producers:
David Kenning
Producers:
Denis Kelly

The story of Jesus told in pictures 10: This is the Man
Storyteller RAY SMITH
Designer PAUL BIRKBECK Music RAYMOND PREMRU
Adapted and produced by MOLLY cox

Contributors

Unknown:
Ray Smith
Designer:
Paul Birkbeck
Music:
Raymond Premru
Produced By:
Molly Cox

Bill Kirkpatrick
' My team are anything from Christian, Buddhist or Atheist - to me it is through caring and sharing that mankind will come together, not through the dogmas, rules and regulations of institutions.'
BILL KIRKPATRICK is a priest and director of Centrepoint-a night shelter in Soho for young people -he believes in giving love and support not only to those who need care, but also to the workers who do the caring.
Film editorGEOFFREY FRY ProducerSUE BOYD

Contributors

Unknown:
Bill Kirkpatrick
Unknown:
Bill Kirkpatrick
Editor:
Geoffrey Fry
Producer:
Sue Boyd

Yanomama: The Sons of Blood
Narrated by DAVID ATTENBOROUGH ' This is how the first Yanomama were born. Suhirina took an arrow and shot it at the spirit of the moon. The wound bled profusely, and as the blood hit the earth each drop turned into a man. The Yanomama are proud that their forefathers were born in blood.'
This is the legend that describes the origins of the Yanomama Indians, who live in southern Venezuela and northern Brazil. Their lives are surrounded by violence and warfare. And to help them face their violent physical and spiritual world they use drugs. Drugs are as important to the Yanomama as food and drink, and they end each day with a drug session that is used to bring them closer to their gods and each other.
Producer ALBERTO CANONICA Film editor PATRICK WILSON
Written and presented by GEOFF DUNLOP Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS

Contributors

Unknown:
David Attenborough
Editor:
Patrick Wilson
Presented By:
Geoff Dunlop
Editors:
Anthony Isaacs
Editors:
Christopher Parsons

A new series, filmed on location, in which Dana sings her way round the country.
Special guest Don Maclean Musical director
JOHNNIE COLEMAN
Cameramen PETER CHAPMAN. KEN WILLICOMBE Film editor RAY MILLICHOPE
Sound recordist BRYAN SHOWELL Music recording LEN SHOREY Producer PETER WHITMORE A date with Dana:~page 4

Contributors

Unknown:
Johnnie Coleman
Unknown:
Cameramen Peter Chapman.
Producer:
Peter Whitmore

with the English Chamber Orchestra
The first in a series of four weekly programmes with the ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, each including a Mozart Concerto.
Tonight, Pinchas Zukerman plays and conducts an all-Mozart programme.
Rondo in c (K 373)
Violin Concerto, No 4 in D (K 218) Symphony, No 29 in A (K 201)
Director CHRISTOPHER NUPEN Produced by ALLEGRO FILMS

Contributors

Unknown:
Pinchas Zukerman
Director:
Christopher Nupen
Produced By:
Allegro Films

The story of George Sand by HARRY w. JUNKIN in seven parts starring Rosemary Harris also starring Brian Blessed Izabella Telezynska and George Chakiris as Chopin 5: Prelude
Having just met the young Polish composer, Chopin, George Sand is determined to know him better.
Producer PIETER ROGERS DirectorWARIS HUSSEIN

Contributors

Unknown:
George Sand
Unknown:
Harry W. Junkin
Unknown:
Rosemary Harris
Unknown:
Brian Blessed
Unknown:
Izabella Telezynska
Unknown:
George Chakiris
Unknown:
George Sand
Producer:
Pieter Rogers
Director:
Waris Hussein
Aurore - George Sand:
Rosemary Harris
Frederic Chopin:
George Chakiris
Albert Grzymala:
Brian Blessed
Carlotta Marliani:
Izabella Telezynska
Doctor Rodriguez:
William Wilde
Ursule Josse:
Marina McConnell
Ignace Duran:
Peter Whitbread
Customs official:
Saeed Jaffrey
Maria Antonina:
Josephine Gordon
Maurice:
Stephen Galloway
Solange:
Cindy-Jane Tyson

Even in winter 'the company' are still presenting their curious musical entertainments - long into the night and far out to sea. Tonight, in the third of six programmes, John Wells John Fortune , Carl Davis
Madeline Smith , John Laurie and Ivor Cutler present the musical comedy: Rig O'Doom
Settings by BOB GALE
Director ANDREW GOSLING Producer IAN KEILL

Contributors

Unknown:
John Wells
Unknown:
John Fortune
Unknown:
Carl Davis
Unknown:
Madeline Smith
Unknown:
John Laurie
Unknown:
Ivor Cutler
Unknown:
Bob Gale
Director:
Andrew Gosling
Producer:
Ian Keill

People make Television Tonight, these people:, Mrs Eleanor Cook
Thousands of people are nursing elderly and chronically sick relatives at home. Not enough help and advice is given to them, so in this programme Nursing Sister Eleanor Cook presents her own practical guide.
Mr George Pluckwell
Makes a plea for more working-class poetry:
I am no la de dah poet, Using fine words,
When simple ones will do .:, A worker poet,
One of the people.
Open Door is produced by the public. Skilled advice is available from the BBC's Community Programme Unit.

Contributors

Unknown:
Eleanor Cook
Unknown:
Mr George Pluckwell

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