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Study on 4

Synopsis

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4.0 Six Walks with Mike Harding ; This week MIKE HARDING follows the Leeds and Liverpool canal from Leeds city centre to the village of Rodley, with industrial archaeologist KENNETH HUDSON.
4.30 Get By in French
3: Getting Your Shopping Done Course writer CELJA WEBER
5.0 People's Theatre JOHN RUSSELL BROWN presents the first of eight programmes on amateur drama in Britain in the 1980s. Mummers' and Mystery Plays John Russell Brown looks at two early forms of folk theatre that have survived to the present day, and considers their relevance to modern audiences. Also taking part are SIMON WARD , TOBY ROBERTSON , MICHAEL BILTON , MICHAEL DEEKS and STEVE HODSON Series producer DENNIS SIMMONS
5.30 A Great Day Out ... on the River
6: JENNI MILLS and some friends hire a canal boat for the day.

Contributors

Unknown: Mike Harding
Unknown: Mike Harding
Unknown: Kenneth Hudson.
Unknown: Celja Weber
Unknown: John Russell Brown
Unknown: John Russell Brown
Unknown: Simon Ward
Unknown: Toby Robertson
Unknown: Michael Bilton
Unknown: Michael Deeks
Unknown: Steve Hodson
Producer: Dennis Simmons

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