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One-upmanship

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
based on Gamesmanship,
Lifemanship and One-upmanship by STEPHEN POTTER
A series of six programmes
Adapted by BARRY TOOK , starring Richard Briers and Peter Jones
With FREDERICK JAEGER , DONALD GEE ANITA CAREY JAY NEILL and THE LICHFIELD CHORISTERS This week: Healthmanship
' Doctorship,' says STEPHEN POTTER , ' is the art of getting one up on the patient without actually killing him.' Tonight's episode of One-upmanship tackles many aspects of the doctor/patient relationship - it's a must for anyone who enjoys good, or indeed, bad health.
Music arranged and directed by PETER NOYCE
Sound JOHN DELANY
Lighting MIKE JEFFERIES Design PAUL ALLEN
Producer BERNARD THOMPSON

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Potter
Adapted By: Barry Took
Unknown: Richard Briers
Unknown: Peter Jones
Unknown: Frederick Jaeger
Unknown: Donald Gee
Unknown: Anita Carey
Unknown: Jay Neill
Unknown: Stephen Potter
Directed By: Peter Noyce
Directed By: Sound John Delany
Unknown: Mike Jefferies
Design: Paul Allen
Producer: Bernard Thompson






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