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A series of ten programmes
9: Are You Living Comfortably*
PAT O'SULLIVAN shows how to use basic ideas to get rid of the ' zones of discomfort' in your living room.
Director CHRISTOPHER SERLE
Producer MICHAEL GARROD !

Contributors

Director:
Christopher Serle
Producer:
Michael Garrod

George Steiner , Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Geneva University, says England has given its political language to most of the world but is now in a state where it is no longer communicating with itself. His assertions and his arguments are scrutinised by Dr John Rae and others
Chairman Graham Turner
Director
MICHAEL HOGAN London producer JENNY MONAHAN Manchester producer CYRIL GATES Editor DONALD BAVERSTOCK

Contributors

Unknown:
George Steiner
Unknown:
Dr John Rae
Unknown:
Graham Turner
Unknown:
Michael Hogan
Producer:
Jenny Monahan
Producer:
Cyril Gates
Editor:
Donald Baverstock

A series of six plays by FREDERIC RAPHAEL 2: A Love Life
1955: in their final year at Cambridge, Adam's friends make their preparation for life in the outside world, some by laying the foundation stones of their careers, many pairing off in the marriage stakes, a few by doing both.
Riveting drama (DAILY EXPRESS) Producer MARK SHIVAS
Director ROBERT KNIGHTS

Contributors

Producer:
Mark Shivas
Director:
Robert Knights
Adam Morris:
Tom Conti
Joyce Hadleigh:
Angela Down
Actor:
Barbara Kellerman
Actor:
Barbara Morris
Actor:
Anna Carteret
Actor:
Barbara Ransome
Alan Parks:
John Gregg
Dan Bradley:
Malcolm Stoddard
Mike Clode:
Mark Wing-Davey
Anna Cunningham:
Emily Richard
John Cadman:
Jeremy Child
Denis Porson:
Nigel Havers
Marigold:
Georgine Anderson
Bruno Lazlo:
Steve Plytas
Jill Petersen:
Connie Booth
Ken Hobbs:
Simon Cadell
Freddie:
Martin Wimbush
Felicity:
Caroline Langrishe

Brecht in Newcastle
Songs! Battles! Laughter! Tragedy! Playwrights EDWARD BOND and PETER BARNES and actress JANET SUZMAN make their personal contributions to this special 20th anniversary tribute to Bertolt Brecht at Newcastle's University Theatre. With scenes from The Good Woman of Setzuan, and late-night performances of prose, poetry and music by Brecht, Weill and others, including British premieres of Roundheads and Pointed Heads and The Breadshop.
Also, an exclusive sneak preview of the 1976 Plays and Players awards. We discover whom the London theatre critics have nominated as the year's best actress and actor, the most promising newcomers, the best new play and the best production.
Directors CHRIS mohr , CHARLES CHABOT Producer PETER ADAM

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Barnes
Unknown:
Janet Suzman
Directors:
Chris Mohr
Directors:
Charles Chabot
Producer:
Peter Adam

BBC Two England

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