The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on August 7, 1964 · 45
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Page 20 TV Weekly TV Weekly Page 5 Listings for Friday, August 14 CBOT Channel 4 , 2.0O Billboard 2.15 Feature Film 3.57 News 4.00 RCMP 4.30 Vacation Time. 5.30 Mr. Piper 6.00 Cuisine i , 6.30 Town Crier 7.00 News, Sports 8.00 A Place For Everything 8.30 The Defenders 9.30 Telescope 10.00 The Nurses 11.00 News 11.14 Viewpoint -11.20 Night Final 11.26 Weather 11.28 Sportstime 11.36 Channel Four Playhouse CBOFT Channel 9 3.12 Aujourd'hui a CBOFT 3.27 Premier bulletin ' 3.30 Long Metrage ' 5.00 Ulysse et Oscar - 5.30 CF-RCK 6.00 Denis la petite peste 6.30 Telejournal : 6.43 Nouvelles locales : 6.53 Quoi de 9 ; 7.00 Aujourd'hui 8.00 Fenetre sur scene 8.15 Sans ceremonie , ' 8.30 Cinema International 10.15 Peintres d'aujourd'hui 10.30 Telejournal 10.44 Derniere edition 10.50 Nouvelles sportives 11.00 Cinema cjoh Channels 13 and 8 ; 1.30 Good Afternoon 1.40 Treasure Trackdown 3.10-Coffee Club ........ ; 4.10 Picture Page 4.20 News and Preview 14.30 Ask John - 5.30 Danger Man , .6.00 TV Bingo ; 6.30 Rawhide 7.20 News and Weather "7.30 Richard Boone Show 8.30 Andy Griffith - 9.00 Friday Night Double Bill . 11.00 News 11.15 Night Beat 11.30 Friday Night Double Bill Continued 1.30 Picture Page 1.40 Bible Readings CBC radio highlights SATURDAY 11.15 Accent On Careers: A panel , discussion between three high school students and a guest from a popular profession. This week: topic is journalism and guest is Walter O'Hearn, managing editor of Montreal Star. 2.00 Opera Time: Ruby Mercer talks with bass Maurice Brown, appearing at the Stratford Music Festival, and with Canadian pianist-conductor, Mario Bernardi, presently at Sadler's Wells, London. The program also includes a feature on folk music in opera. 3.30 Saturday Sports Date: Origination is from the Canadian Olympic track and field trials at St. Lambert, Quebec. There will also be reports from Calgary on the Ladies' Open Golf Championship. ' 11.00 Old Time Fiddlers' Contest: The finals of the an-. nual Canadian Open Championship from Shelburne, Ontario. Special guests are Gor-die Tapp, The Commodores, Bruce Marsh, Don Fairbairn and accompanist Edgar Goodaire. SUNDAY 2.30 International Festivals: Excerpts from the 1964 Helsinki Festival. Symphony No. 5, (Sibelius) (Helsinki Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jorma Panula); Sonata for violin and piano in G minor, (Debussy) (violinist Christian Ferras and pianist Timo Mikkila); Ele-gia II for two string quartets, (Erkki Salmenhaara) (instrumental octet). 5.00 Venture: (Sunday, August 9r 5 p.m.) First of a two - part interview with Laurens van der Post, writer and explorer who several years ago travelled into the depths of the Kalahari to seek out the Bushman of Kalahari. x 8.05 Marriage Of Figaro: (Sunday, August 9, 8.05 p.m.) Stratford Festival production ,of Mozart's opera, directed by Richard Bonynge; with Jan Rubes as Figaro, Laurel Hurley as Suzanna, Cornelius Opthof as the Count, and others. MONDAY 9.15 Music In The Morning: Cantabile, V. Thomson; Death and Transfiguration, . (R. Strauss). i 8.00 Assignment: First in a series of five interviews with Hollywood stars conducted by Tony Thomas. Today: Susan Hay ward. x 8.30 Sounds of The Sixties: Trombones Incorporated. Orchestra consists of five trombones, one bass trombone, one valve trombone, organ, bass, guitar and drums. Conductor-arranger is Dave Robbins, and vocal group The Accents. 9.30 Distinguished Artists: From Toronto, violist Les Malowany and pianist, MaHo Bernardi. Sonata in F minor, opus 120, (Brahms). 10.20 Speaking Personally: Right Over the Dam, C. H. Clay, Divisional Engineer of, the Federal Department of t Fisheries in Vancouver tells 'of the many types of fish-ways used from Nova Scotia to the Yukon. ' TUESDAY 9.15 Music In The Morning: Iphegenia in A u 1 i s, (Gluck); Symphony No. 46 in B, (Haydn). 2.03 Trans - Canada Matinee: Presents Side-by-side. Hostess Pat Patterson interviews Carlos Montoya. 8.00 Assignment: Second in a series of five interviews with Hollywood stars by Tony Thomas. Today: Tony Randall. Host: Bill McNeil. 9.30 Music In Shakespeare's England: Lutenist Julian Bream, the Bream Consort of Viols and the Purcell Singers, directed by Imogen Hoist. Seculal Elizabeth music by Thomas Weel-kes, John Dowland, John Farmer and William Hol-bourne. WEDNESDAY 9.15 Music In The Morning: Bagatelle (Berger): Variations, Chaconne and Finale, (Dello Joio). 9.45 Summer Diary: Marshall Summer talks about, and plays the music of Brahms. 7.30 Christian Frontiers: Flemish Church Music: psalms and motets by Orlando di Lasso (the Purcell Singers, the Aldeburgh Festival Instrumental Ensemble and instrumental soloists directed by Imogen Hoist). , 8.00 Assignment: Third in a series of five interviews with Hollywood stars conducted by Tony Thomas. Today: Rod Taylor. . . 9.30 CBC Strings: Conducted by Boris Brott. Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, (Bach); Concerto Grosso, (Handel). THURSDAY 9.15 Music In The Morning: Three Equali for F o u r T r o m bones, (Beethoven') ; Sonata No. 5, (G. Muffat). 6.30 Shakespeare Survey: Excerpts from Shakespeare plays dramatized with commentary on the play and characters. Local groups portray characters. Continued page 21 Denis Matthews plays Mozart In' a television concert from Vancouver, the noted English pianist and musicologist Denis Matthews introduces and performs an all-Mozart program on the CBC-TV network, Sunday, Aug. 16 at 6 p.m. EDT. In the one - hour music special, Matthews is joined Purina Dog CHOW $6 50 lb. bag Other sizes avallale FREE DELIVERY 27 YORK ST. Telephone 236-0454 OHflK 1 JUKI VI as im, mm SOUTH GARDEN "The Best in Ottawa South" CHINESE FOOD TO TAKE OUT 1238 Bank St. 731-4513 Near Billings Bridge by Jack Kessler and Mary Tierney, violinists; John Ar-nott, clarinetist; Rodney McLeod, violist; Doug Kent, on the French, horn; Audrey Piggott, cellist; George Zuk-erman, bassoonist; and Warren Stannard, oboist. The program, titled Matthews and Mozart, presents movements from a number of works, including the Sonata in E Minor, Trio in E Flat, Piano Quartet in G Minor, clarinet and wind quintets. Well known as a foremost interpreter of the music of Mozart, Denis Matthews is in Vancouver lecturing at the University of British Columbia Summer School of the Arts. Prior to his arrival, he completed a tour of the South Pacific which included New Zealand. Matthews' interest in the Telescope Creative Welder "My work looks like space travel and science fiction because that's our world now. There's no more beautiful sculpture in the world than a rocket." That's how Gerald Gladstone, one of Canada's most successful avant - garde sculptors describes the sources of his inspiration on a CBC-TV Telescope program Friday, Aug. 14 at 9.30 p.m. EDT. In Gladstone's opinion, art in Canada is already 100 years too late. "There's no point in doing something that looks as if it was just dug out of the ground," he says. Recently, the versatile Toronto artist extended his creativity into the fields of painting and musique concrete. The 30 - minute program, entitled The Creative Welder and originally telecast on Telescope in April, was written and directed by Kerry Feltham. Host is Fletcher Markle. wider sphere of music, in addition to his reputation as a pianist, has made him well known for his lectures and lecture - recitals. He has been described as "a musician of exceptional technical and intellectual gifts, displaying a remarkable memory and a rare grasp of form and style". Bron in Coventry, England, in 1919, he was twelve when, hearing Beethoven's Fifth Symphony for the first time, he decided on a musical career. In 1935 he won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music in London, where he studied piano with Harold Claxton and composition with William Alwyn. During his days at the Academy, he won "the most distinguished student". During a wartime stint with the Royal Air Force, he toured the United States (in 194445) with the RAF Symphony Orchestra. After the war, his reputation as an interpreter, of Mozart and Beethoven increased, and he was in demand as a soloist with all the major British orchestras, also as a recital-ist. His recordings gained wide circulation, and on the strength of them he was invited to perform The; Well-Tempered Clavier at the . Vienna Bach Festival in 1950. Since then, Denis Matthews has given concerts and lecture-recitals in Belgium, Holland, Germany, Austria, Poland, Egypt, South Africa, the United States and Canada. ?3 i BUY CANADIAN jlAaiyon Creations Introduces for the first time in Canada NEW FLOCKED FLOWERS in All Colours Processed in Ottawa Exclusive artificial floral arrangements created by top designers. O CUSTOM MADE ARRANGEMENTS from $3.98 O HOME PLANTER BOXES and ARTIFICIAL TREES A SPECIALTY Wholesale and Retail S3 i i 5:3 Enquire about our NEW RENTAL PLAN Arrangements for all occasions changed to suit all your requirements every two months. 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