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LONDON Maestro the


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DenisCompton - Cricketer:the master of Middlesex, once the hero of England, re-lives his career.
Denis Compton in conversatIon with Frank Keating. mm
In December 1980 Nick Castle broke his neck. This, the first of two films, shows his fight. not only to survive, but to rebuild his life.
SOUTH Southern Life
A topical series of film documentaries on the events, personalities and the stories in the South. WEST Public Life
Bristol Airport: four years ago it was claimed that unless millions of poufids were spent on expansion
Lulsgate might as well be closed.
Graham Purches looks at its future.
MIDLANDS Straight Talk
Tim Brooke-Taylor , the ' Goodies' star talks to Mike Dornan about his life and times. EAST Weekend
The who, why, what, where and when of life in the Eastern Counties introduced by John Mountford.
NORTH WEST Home Ground
Don't Go Down the Mine Daddy
Today there are only eight collieries left in the Lancashire coalfield - and fewer than 8,000 miners work in them. But the potential for disaster remains. Presented by Brian Redhead
NORTH EAST As Others See Us
The last of four programmes in which Eric Robson and a panel of guests look at the image of the north as reflected on film. NORTH One Plus One
Stanley Ellis of Leeds University talks to Ken Cooper about accents, dialects, and the changing nature of our language.


Unknown: Denis Compton
Unknown: Frank Keating.
Unknown: Nick Castle
Unknown: Graham Purches
Unknown: Tim Brooke-Taylor
Unknown: Mike Dornan
Introduced By: John Mountford.
Presented By: Brian Redhead
Unknown: Eric Robson
Unknown: Stanley Ellis
Unknown: Ken Cooper

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