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  1. Athletes for Ballet

    Date released
    8 May 1961
    Series name
    Colour Pictorial
    Issue no
    332
    NoS ID
    121059
    Story no
    3 / 3
    Extras
    1 film clip

    NoS Summary - Young male ballet students perform gymnastic exercises in the grounds of the Royal Ballet School, Richmond, and practise ballet movements in an indoor studio.

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  2. Margot Fonteyn (2012)

    Subject
    Dance; Women’s studies

    A short podcast looking at the life and legacy of Margot Fonteyn, widely considered to be one of the greatest classical dancers of the 20th century. Part of The New Elizabethans, a series presented by James...

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  3. Mats Ek’s Juliet and Romeo (2017 Television)

    Director
    Thomas Grimm

    A full-length, ballet based on Williams Shakespeare’s tragic romance, Romeo and Juliet. The Royal Swedish Ballet performs to the music of Pyotr Tchaikovsky. The musical adaptation is by Anders Högstedt.

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  4. Death of Sir Frederick Ashton (1988)

    Genre
    Interview; Tribute

    Unidentified female speaker on her memories of Sir Frederick Ashton, the international dancer and choreographer, who has died at his home in Suffolk (18/10/88). Sir Frederick was founder choreographer of the...

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  5. Centre Stage: one of a series of popular arts programmes (1985)

    CENTRE STAGE [Series RADIO VICTORY ARCHIVE] One of a series of popular arts programmes called Centre Stage. Presented by MATT HOPPER. TRACK 1- Music. Interview with Lucy Brett. She talks about the Royal...

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  6. Spandau Ballet music special [Part 1] (1987)

    This year Spandau Ballet are looking back over 10 years together. They have enjoyed huge success for seven years as front-runners in British pop, but the band have remained remarkably level headed. Gary...

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  7. Ballet legend Rudolf Nureyev dies (1993)

    Genre
    Interview; Tribute

    John Percival, The Times dance critic pays tribute after the death of ballet legend and his personal friend Rudolf Nureyev in a Paris hospital at the age of 54 (believed to be from AIDS-related illness).

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  8. Andris Liepa on the Russian ballet (1990)

    Genre
    Interview

    One of the stars of the Kirov’s London season is Andris Liepa, who has just joined the Leningrad company after spending a year in New York with the American Ballet Theatre. Liepa is an example of the...

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  9. Royal Ballet School appeal (1988)

    Genre
    Interview

    LBC dance correspondent, Debra Craine interviews Dame Merle Park, Royal Ballet School, about launching an appeal to raise three million pounds. Coincides with a 90th birthday tribute to Dame Ninette de Valois.

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  10. London Festival Ballet (1986)

    Genre
    Interview; Music

    London Festival Ballet celebrates its 35th birthday. Predominantly music from Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker. Also contains interviews with Artitistic Director Peter Schaufuss; John Travis from the...

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