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LONDON Film 76


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: BARRY NORMAN goes to
WEST A Child in the Forest: dramatised documentary about the Forest of Dean south Report South: This Sporting Year. Sports personalities look back to 1975 and discuss prospects for 1976
SOUTH WEST Peninsula: MOURA LYMPANY talks to HUGH SCULLY and plays music by Chopin and Rachmaninov
EAST On Camera: So What Happened? Stories of 75 followed through to 76
MIDLAND Archie Hill Comes Home: a return to the Black Country - 1
NORTH Jimmy Savile's Yorkshire Speak-Easy. Singer
CLAIRE HAMILL NORTH EAST Geordierama. Music and humour with MIKE NEVILLE , GEORGE HOUSE N WEST Home Ground: with BRIAN REDHEAD. 1 - What is the North West, Anyway?


Unknown: Barry Norman
Unknown: Liza Minnelli
Unknown: Gene Hackman
Unknown: Burt Reynolds
Talks: Moura Lympany
Unknown: Hugh Scully
Singer: Claire Hamill
Unknown: Mike Neville
Unknown: George House
Unknown: Brian Redhead.

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