... In Town
Tony Soper shows how our towns and cities can be just as interesting as our countryside for the naturalist to explore because, despite the noise and bustle, a host of animals and plants find town life is good.
Paul Daneman , Julian Glover in Lorna by JEREMY BURNHAM : 2
Serial devised by ROBERT BARR
starring Tim Brooke-Taylor Graeme Garden , Bill Oddie and featuring Henry McGee and the voice of CILLA BLACK
Written by GRAEME GARDEN and BILL ODDIE With TIM BROOKE-TAYLOR
Music by BILL ODDIE and MICHAEL GIBBS Director JIM FRANKLIN
Producer JOHN HOWARD DAVIES
2: A Return to - The Signalbox
PENNY WISE and her husband JOHN both work on the railways in charge of signalboxes in Manchester. Penny took the job because she couldn't stand house-work and had a horror of being left behind when her husband went out to work. John chose the railways to get out of the drudgery of factory work, but neither found satisfaction in their work. That was three years ago.
HAROLD WILLIAMSON , in a second visit to the Wises, finds them still unfulfilled at work, but in their spare time they have widened their horizons. John has won his way into university; Penny runs 16 women's clubs.
Producer RICHARD THOMAS
Editors DESMOND WILCOX and BILL MORTON
by Peter Terson
'We ain't pigs, lads, we ain't pigs. No brown aleing, no being sick over the wall, no signs of wear and tear - we'll show our wives we can be civilised without them.' Three miners plan a blameless weekend fishing the cad.
Presented by Ludovic Kennedy With AUSTIN MITCHELL and reports from
BERNARD FALK , MAX HASTINGS JAMES HOGG , DAVID JESSEL DAVID LOMAX , TOM MANGOLD
BARRIE PENROSE and DAVID TAYLOR special contributions from
KEITH KYLE and ROBERT MCKENZIE with the latest news in pictures
His credentials as a Yorkshireman are impeccable - the film was made in and around his home high on Ilkley Moor itself. This humorous, hard-bitten tyke develops his argument that he's become the world's best show-jumping rider because he was born and bred on the broad acres.
Director FRANK MILLS -
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