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LONDON On the Town: BOB WELLINGS and JOAN BAKEWELL with their observations on the world of theatre and show business. Music by the JACK EMBLOW QUARTET.
SOUTH WEST The Visitor: Earlier this year the BBC invited viewers to write in with details of personal supernatural experiences. Amid the hundreds of replies were many stories rich in spine-chilling atmosphere and forbidding sensation. One such experience provides the basis for tonight's film ...
WEST Movie Magic: On the Move. GWYN Richards , with expert comment from JOHN HUNTLEY , looks through old film to see how people used to get about in the West Country.
SOUTH Music at the Barn: From the Elm Tree Inn. Ringwood. RICHARD CARTRIDGE presents a mixture of jazz and folk. with music from the PETE ALLAN JAZZ BAND and the KINGS HAT BAND.
MIDLANDS A Worcestershire Carol: A chance to revisit the Parish Church of Great Witley in Worcestershire. With the choir of ST MICHAEL'S COLLEGE. Ten-bury; the GRAFTON SINGERS from Bromsgrove; and the BRASS ENSEMBLE of the Birmingham School of Music. Organist JOHN JENKIN.
EAST Weekend: The who. why. what. where and when of life in the Eastern Counties. Introduced by JOHN MOUNTFORD. NORTH Close-Up North: The last of four programmes looking at topical issues in the region. Presenter KHALID AZIZ. NORTH EAST Mike on Friday:
MIKE NEVILLE presents his own end-of-the-week series. Including star guests. music from LINDISFARNE, and talking points of interest in the region.
NORTH WEST Home Ground: BRIAN REDHEAD and FRANK MELLOR explore the character of a region which never fails to intrigue. Tonight they visit the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester.

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Wellings
Unknown: Joan Bakewell
Unknown: Jack Emblow
Unknown: Gwyn Richards
Unknown: John Huntley
Unknown: Pete Allan
Organist: John Jenkin.
Introduced By: John Mountford.
Unknown: Mike Neville
Unknown: Frank Mellor

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