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Just Another Day


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.
with John Pitman
Six films which go behind the scenes of places which are part of the British way of life. 2: Heathrow
Heathrow is the world's busiest airport - 45,000 people work here and cater for 75.000 passengers a day. Here is Bemadette MacDonaId, check-in girl. never without a smile on her face. 'It comes on when I arrive and it gets peeled off like a mask when I leave.'
Up on the roof the plane-spotters are bugging the control tower for up-to-date information. In terminal three, the photographers are snatching the stars. Today, it's Shirley Bassey.
There are tearful farewells and happy reunions. And, as evening draws in, 86-year-old Mrs Amelia Goodman from Clacton-on-Sea prepares to make her first flight. She's never been further than Margate. Today she is emigrating to Australia to be with her family.
Flying in is another greatgrandmother - HM The
Queen Mother For her, it's just another flight; for Amelia it's a big, brave new experience. 'Have 1 got to go in that?' she asks her son. as the Jumbo stands waiting. But go she does - giving everybody a little wave from the steps. Just like somebody else we all know and love ... Photography JOHN MCGLASHAN Film editor CHRISTINE GARNER Series producer ANN PAUL Director DESMOND LAPSLEY


Unknown: John Pitman
Unknown: Shirley Bassey.
Unknown: Mrs Amelia Goodman
Unknown: John McGlashan
Editor: Christine Garner
Producer: Ann Paul
Director: Desmond Lapsley

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