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Film 74

Synopsis

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(London only)
Barry Norman reviews the first new films of the New Year and talks to Rod Steiger about his attitudes to acting and about his new role as Mussolini: I don'know how good an actor I am but how do you do a man that was such a bad actor, at least in his public life? '
Producer PATRICIA INGRAM
Executive producer MICHAEL HILL
9.25 Regional Programmes South Colour: New series
' Glorious Goodwood ' - 1: A House and a Family. The story of the house and its treasures. South West Colour
Peninsula: That Other Peninsula 1: John Earle compares Cornwall and Brittany. West Colour
Two Kinds of Folk: The Pigsty Hill Light Orchestra and White on Black.
Midland Colour
Painless Childbirth: Dr J. Selwyn
Crawford and Jean Hallum explain.
East Anglia
On Camera - For Your Information: miscellany of topics for local viewers. North Colour
The Syd Lawrence Orchestra: Swing in the 70s with Roy Mars den, Jeannie Lambe and The Serenaders.
North West Colour
Now Look Here: The A6 Mess, Nick Clarke looks at 40 years of overcrowding on the A6 south of Manchester. North East
The Great Gun-maker: the story of Lord Armstrong.
Narrator David Dougan.

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Norman
Unknown: Rod Steiger
Producer: Patricia Ingram
Unknown: John Earle
Unknown: Dr J. Selwyn
Unknown: Jean Hallum
Unknown: Syd Lawrence
Unknown: Roy Mars
Unknown: Jeannie Lambe
Unknown: Nick Clarke
Narrator: David Dougan.






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