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LONDON A Family Band


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Roy Castle features
The Owens from North Wales. The Norrises from Worcester. SOUTH WEST According to Hoyle
Don Hoyle deals with gardening on stony ground, and Andrew Cooper looks at life in the pool. SOUTH Southern Life A View of the Park
John Cox tells the story of the Arts Centre on South Hill Park.
WEST Royal Crescent
Auberon Waugh looks at the historical background of the Royal Crescent in Bath.
MIDLANDS Midlands Tonight
The news and issues behind the headlines presented live from Birmingham by Mike Dornan with reporter Anne Brown. EAST Weekend
What's on, why and where presented by John Mountford NORTH WEST Changes The Substance of Change
Two North-West scientists 50 years ago made a discovery. Now we take polythene for granted. NORTH EAST Coast to Coast
Eric Robson with a programme reflecting the rich and varied life in the North.
North Election Direct Line
A live phone-in programme. Your chance to quiz party representatives on the issues. Ring Leeds [number removed]. Lines open from 7.0 pm. NORTHERN IRELAND
New series As I Roved Out Music and song with Tommy Makem and Liam Clancy
SCOTLAND The Beechgrove Garden
George Barron and Jim McColl are busy with summer bedding plants.


Unknown: Andrew Cooper
Unknown: Mike Dornan
Reporter: Anne Brown.
Unknown: John Mountford
Unknown: Tommy Makem
Unknown: Liam Clancy
Unknown: George Barron
Unknown: Jim McColl

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LONDON A Family Band

BBC One London, 27 May 1983 22.40

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