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Time Out: The State of Play

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A weekly programme on the expanding world of leisure with Robert Erskine,
Christopher Rainbow, Jeremy James, Valerie Singleton.
investigating
The State of Play
April 30, 1964
How much leisure have we? How much shall we have? How do we spend it? with comments from Lord Chandos, Professor Richard Hoggart, Kenneth Tynan.
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Contributors

Presenter: Robert Erskine
Presenter: Christopher Rainbow
Presenter: Jeremy James
Presenter: Valerie Singleton
Speaker: Lord Chandos
Speaker: Professor Richard Hoggart
Speaker: Kenneth Tynan
Production team: Phil Pilley
Production team: Dick Gilling
Production team: Bob Duncan
Production team: Bill Fitzwater
Production team: Ken Ashton
Production team: Peter Loizos
Production team: John Percival
Production team: Robert Symes
Production team: Jill Pound-Corner
Additional writing by: Michael Williams
Studio director: Tom Conway

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Time Out: The State of Play

BBC Two England, 30 April 1964 19.30






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