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The Camera and the Song


We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
A series of 13 programmes The Songs of The Fivepenny Piece
This new series will alternate between Britain and North America. This week the film is set in the area around Stalybridge. 1: Come To Your Tea
Memories - some tears and some laughing. When he comes to tea, it's almost as good as an engagement ring for a Lancashire lass. Lancashire? Yes, but Yorkshire's dun the road, Cheshire across the street and Derbyshire at the bottom of the yard.
Musical arranger HARRY ROBINSON Dubbing mixer ALAN DYKES Film editor PAUL CARTER
Record (same title). No BELP006 £2 95 or Cassette No RMC4034, £3.25, available from record shops


Unknown: John McGlashan
Unknown: Harry Robinson
Unknown: Alan Dykes
Editor: Paul Carter
Unknown: Tony Broughton

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The Camera and the Song

BBC Two England, 8 March 1976 22.40

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