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Open House


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People - Places - Pops
Introduced by Gay Byrne assisted by Peter Haigh.

Helping to provide the entertainment: The Applejacks, Brian Poole and The
Tremeloes, Eden Kane and The Downbeats, Peter and Gordon, Monty Sunshine, Linda Stephens, Tony Hart, Al Koran, Tony Osborne and his Orchestra.

People Worth Meeting

Where to Go Tomorrow

Picture Parade - with scenes from "The Incredible Journey" and "The Bargee" by courtesy of Walt Disney Productions and Warner-Pathe
See facing page
(to 18.00)


Presenter: Gay Byrne
Assisted by: Peter Haigh
Musicians: The Applejacks
Musicians: Brian Poole and The Tremeloes
Musicians: Eden Kane and The Downbeats
Singers: Peter and Gordon
Clarinettist: Monty Sunshine
Performer: Linda Stephens
Artist: Tony Hart
Mentalist: Al Koran
Musicians: Tony Osborne and his Orchestra
Musical arrangements: Tony Osborne
Research: John Dalzell
Research: Angela Goldsborough
Research: Penny Graham
Research: Alan Haire
Research: Liam Nolan
Research: Nickola Sterne
Research: Suzanne Twiston-Davies
Script: Tony Marriott
Design: Leo Austin
Design: Martin Johnson
Executive Producer: T. Leslie Jackson
Production Team: Kenneth Milne-Buckley
Production Team: Mark Patterson
Production Team: Margaret McCall
Production Team: David Matthews
Production Team: David Kennard
Production: Stewart Morris

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