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The Further Adventures of Lucky Jim. Seven programmes written by DICK CLEMENT and IAN LA FRENAIS. with Enn Reitel as Jim 5: Eckersley Revisited SOUTH WEST
Country Scene. Sue King visits a farm in south east Cornwall. Plus a wildlife photographic competition by The Devon Trust and film-maker Andrew Cooper. Tom Salmon takes a personal look at some local villages.
Southern Life. Penrose
Sir Roland Penrose was born in 1900. The man who astonished the British public in 1936 with the first International Surrealist Exhibition is still busy and still enjoys surprises. He talks to Gavin Henderson WEST
Women and Waugh. Talking to Auberon Waugh are Stella Clarke , a magistrate in the juvenile court and Aileen Bescoby , a probation officer. MIDLANDS
Midlands Tonight. Presented live from Birmingham by Mike Dornan with reporter ANNE BROWN
Weekend. John Mountford presents his Friday night look at life. Put your point of view by calling Norwich [number removed](During transmission only). NORTH WEST
Bonny Brid. A story of the cotton famine by MICHAEL CHURCH with songs and poems from the time.
2: What Weary Times ...The Ashtons have no work, no money and Susan's baby is due. The Poor Law looms. NORTH EAST
Coast to Coast. Eric Robson introduces a programme which reflects the rich and varied life in the north. NORTH
Northern Lights. A weekly look at the northern arts scene. Presented by Paul Allen. Events Diary presented by Clare Harrison


Written By: Dick Clement
Written By: Ian La Frenais.
Unknown: Enn Reitel
Unknown: Andrew Cooper.
Unknown: Tom Salmon
Unknown: Sir Roland Penrose
Unknown: Gavin Henderson
Unknown: Auberon Waugh
Unknown: Stella Clarke
Unknown: Aileen Bescoby
Unknown: Mike Dornan
Reporter: Anne Brown
Unknown: John Mountford
Presented By: Paul Allen.
Presented By: Clare Harrison

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