Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
Most of London's traffic wardens are girls in their mid-20s. Has this recruitment trend improved relations with the motorist? Or will the threat of £20 parking fines put the clock back?
From Le Mans, a report on the 24-hour sports car race which Britain could win for the first time since 1959.
In Germany, BARRIE GILL previews a new Volkswagen saloon designed to compete with many British rivals in the £ 1,500 range.
Directors TONY SALMON, PETER CLEAVER Producer JOHN MILLS Editor BRIAN ROBINS
The Claims of Friendship
Narrated by Bridget ARMSTRONG
After the drama programme* devoted to the writer Katherine Mansfield this documentary concentrates on one of the most revealing aspects of her life-her friendship with Lesley Moore , the woman known as L.M. Though K.M. died in 1923 L.M. is still alive and remembers their friendship with vivid intensity.
Film cameraman KEN MCMILLAN
Film editor JOHN NEEDHAM
Written and directed by TRISTRAM POWELL
by DON TAYLOR with and In 1665 a box of clothes came to the Derbyshire village of Eyam from London. Within hours a rash like a ring of roses was appearing on some of the inhabitants and soon after they were dead. The plague had begun ...
Music composed and conducted by HERBERT CHAPPELL played by the PHILIP JONES BRASS ENSEMBLE
Costume JOYCE HAWKINS Make-up JAN NETHERCOTT
Designer MICHAEL EDWARDS Producer DAVID rosi Director DON TAYLOR (from Birmingham)
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