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A weekly review of the arts Introduced by George MacBeth
This special film edition will probably include
The American film director
Nicholas Ray in conversation with Paul Mayersberg
Lan Cameron on the films of the French director Claude Chabrol


Introduced By: George MacBeth
Unknown: Nicholas Ray
Unknown: Paul Mayersberg
Director: Claude Chabrol


Cards of Identity
From the novel by NIGEL DENNIS adaptation by Michael Bakewell with Paul Daneman
Kenneth Griffith , Aubrey Woods
Miss Paradise.Dorothy Holmes-Gore
Other parts played by Barry Bermange and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Produced by MICHAELBAKEWELL : see page 38


Novel By: Nigel Dennis
Unknown: Michael Bakewell
Unknown: Paul Daneman
Unknown: Kenneth Griffith
Unknown: Aubrey Woods
Unknown: Dorothy Holmes-Gore
Played By: Barry Bermange
Henry Paradise (Jellicoe): Charles Leno
Beaufort: Aubrey Woods
Captain Mallet: Paul Daneman
Mrs Mallet: Elizabeth Proud
Dr Towzer: Brian Haines
Nurse Stephenson (Miss Tray): Janette Richer
Lolly Paradise (Stapleton): Hugh Walters
The President: David King
Father Orfe: Kenneth Griffith
Doctor Shubunkin: Heron Carvic
Mrs Finch (Chirk): Gillian Webb
Doctor Bitterling: Rolf Lefebvre
Vinson: Michael Spice
Channing: Derek Birch
Violet: Mary Wimbush
Jamesworth: Philip Leaver
Harcourt: Will Leighton
Doctor Musk: Anthony Viccars
The Abbot: Malcolm Hayes


Aimée van de Wiele (harpsichord)


by Fr. MichaelO'Dwyer of Westminster Cathedral
This year the Roman Catholic Church stands on the threshold of an Ecumenical Council which Protestant and Orthodox Christians may well he invited to attend informally. Four hundred years ago political intrigue and religious bigotry defeated the efforts of Pope Pius IV to invite Elizabeth I of England and the Protestant German princes to the Council of Trent.

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