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Ten portraits of Italians.
4: The Venetian Dance Master
Ferruccio Berolo is a * passionate enthusiast.
About Venice, where he lives. About Venetian food and wine. And about dance, which he once performed and now teaches.
This is the most important week of Ferruccio's year. He is preparing the 95 children of his ballet school for their end-of-year show. Narrated by Michael Pennington
Producer EDWARD MLRZOEFF (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Ferruccio Berolo
Unknown:
Michael Pennington
Producer:
Edward Mlrzoeff

A series of six films Selling Shilstone
A real-life drama played out on Dartmoor. Rita Webber, a widow, finds herself obliged to put her family farmhouse up for auction. She then discovers things about her home that she had never suspected, which bring about a most unexpected outcome to the sale.
Producer COLIN ROSE
Director JENNI BURROWS
• INFO: page 77

Contributors

Producer:
Colin Rose
Director:
Jenni Burrows

Bloodaxe Books
Bloodaxe Books mainly publishes poetry, and its editions of the work of Irina Ratushinskaya , produced while she was a prisoner in a Russian labour camp, fuelled the campaign for her release. Founder Neil Astley looks back ovw ten years of work in Newcastle upon Tyne. Producer SUE DURKAN BBC Newcastle

Contributors

Unknown:
Irina Ratushinskaya
Unknown:
Neil Astley

[Starring] John Wayne
also starring Gail Russell, Harry Carey, Bruce Cabot

Pursued by armed horsemen, wounded and exhausted, a lone rider is thrown by his mount near the Worth family's ranchhouse. He is Quirt Evans, one of the toughest, bravest men in the West. The Worths are devout Quakers, and daughter Penny is the angel who wants to save Quirt's body and soul.
Films: page 18

Contributors

Screenplay/Director:
James Edward Grant
Producer:
John Wayne
Quirt Evans:
John Wayne
Penny Worth:
Gail Russell
Wistful McClintock:
Harry Carey
Laredo Stevens:
Bruce Cabot
Mrs Worth:
Irene Rich
Randy McCall:
Lee Dixon
Johnny Worth:
Stephen Grant
Dr Mangrum:
Tom Powers
Carson:
Paul Hurst
Bradley:
Olin Howlin
Thomas North:
John Halloran
Lila:
Joan Barton
Ward Withers:
Craig Woods
Nelson:
Marshall Reed

Detroit
Introduced by Jonathan King In America say 'Detroit' and everyone goes 'Ugh' - but it's not bad really. Cars and music are what this city is famous for and sometimes both together. JK looks at the cars of yesterday, today and tomorrow - and visits the home of it all, the original Motown studio, meets the King and Queen of Soul: Smokey Robinson and Aretha Franklin , along with Lionel Richie and Annie Lennox.
Producer GORDON ELSBURY

Contributors

Introduced By:
Jonathan King
Unknown:
Smokey Robinson
Unknown:
Aretha Franklin
Unknown:
Lionel Richie
Unknown:
Annie Lennox.
Producer:
Gordon Elsbury

The fourth programme in the series in which David Taylor and Kathy Tayler explore major issues affecting sport. Among tonight's subjects: it is now 25 years since a minister was appointed with responsibility for sport. Ron Pickering argues that successive governments have done little for sport in that time. In the studio to answer the criticisms will be the Sports Minister, Colin Moynihan. Also: horse race betting - do the punters get a good run for their money? Tonight's Commentary Box guest is Jeffrey Archer.

Contributors

Presenter:
David Taylor
Presenter:
Kathy Tayler
Reporter:
Ron Pickering
Interviewee:
Colin Moynihan
Guest (Commentary Box):
Jeffrey Archer
Studio Director:
Robert Khodadad
Series Producer:
Malcolm Betney
Editor:
Colin Cameron

A drama series in six parts starringwith
3:
George sets out to create a fighting force composed of men from all the colonies.
Written and produced by RICHARD FIELDER
Directed by BUZZ KULIK (R)

Contributors

Produced By:
Richard Fielder
Directed By:
Buzz Kulik
George Washington:
Barry Bostwick
Sally:
Jaclyn Smith
Martha:
Patty Duke Astin
Will Fairfax:
David Dukes
Lord Fairfax:
Trevor Howard
General Braddock:
James Mason
Lt Governor Dinwiddie:
Jose Ferrer
Quinn:
Lloyd Bridges
John Adams:
Hal Holbrook
Gen Stark:
Robert Stack
Mary:
Rosemary Murphy
George Mason:
Richard Kiley
Laurence Fairfax:
Will Lyman
Anne:
Ann McDonough
Lord Loudoun:
Clive Revill
Jacky:
Jon Matthews
Actor:
Elva Leff

interviewed by Anne Clwyd Barbara Wootton is ranked as one of the outstanding social scientists of our time.
But she also achieved eminence as a criminologist, economist and served on four
Royal Commissions. She became one of the first women life peers - but fought all her life to abolish the House of Lords.
This programme, made four years ago, reveals her remarkable character - full of wit, and intelligence yet not suffering fools gladly. Director JILL DAWSON
Producer LOUISE PANTON
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Interviewed By:
Anne Clwyd
Interviewed By:
Barbara Wootton
Director:
Jill Dawson
Producer:
Louise Panton

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