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4th Dimension


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John Dunn introduces the Saturday show for young listeners

Arthur Poskett - Man of Destiny: 2: Wings Over the Wold
With John Franklyn Robbins and Carole Hayman
Written by Brian Thompson
Producer Tony Cliff

4.5 All Yours
Stories, poems and music written and performed by you.

4.20 Your Next School
Many of you will be changing schools next term and moving on to a secondary modern, a comprehensive or a public school. This series tells you something of what you may expect to find.
1: Peter Wheeler talks to the Headmistress and pupils of Nantwich County Secondary School for Girls, Cheshire.
Producer Herbert Smith

4.30 Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator by Roald Dahl - 4 Back to the Chocolate Factory
told by Martin Muncaster
Producer Peter Movis

4.50 Strange Music
3: Ensembles and Orchestras
Weird antique sounds played on human and animal bones.
Narrated and produced by Madeau Stewart
Editor Graham Gauld


Introduced by: John Dunn
Writer (Arthur Poskett - Man of Destiny): Brian Thompson
Producer (Arthur Poskett - Man of Destiny): Tony Cliff
Presenter (Your Next School): Peter Wheeler
Producer (Your Next School): Herbert Smith
Producer (Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator): Peter Novis
Narrator/ producer (Strange Music): Madeau Stewart
Editor (Strange Music): Graham Gauld

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