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from the North of England
Introduced by Olive SHAPLEY
A thoroughly modern actress:
Diana Rigg in conversation with Barry Chambers
Red Guard: JEAN Robb describes a persona! encounter with the Red Guards of China
In partnership: Olive Shapley talks to GEORGE and JANET BRUCE who met and married at Pinderfields Hospital, Wakefield
All Grace and Glamour:
PAT LAWRENCE meets people on the rungs and at the top of the Ice dancing ladder
Hypocrisy over sex: A listener explains to Mary Redcliffe how she deals with sex humbug, and Dr. MARY Macaulay comme.nts on her views Jill BALCON reads
The JVice and the Good by Iris Murdoch
Tenth of fifteen instalments
Diana Rigg is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company


Introduced By: Olive Shapley
Unknown: Diana Rigg
Unknown: Jean Robb
Talks: Olive Shapley
Talks: Janet Bruce
Unknown: Pat Lawrence
Unknown: Mary Redcliffe
Unknown: Jill Balcon
Unknown: Iris Murdoch
Unknown: Diana Rigg

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