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LONDON A Family Band
Third of six programmes about families who make music together. Presented by Roy Castle , featuring The Cummings, from London.
SOUTH WEST New series The Attic Archives with Donald Heighway
Treasured cine film showing life in the South West over the past 60 years as seen by amateur movie makers.
SOUTH Jazz at the Park
The Lennie Best Quintet with Ruth Allen. Lennie keeps the best musical company with Kathy Sto bart (soprano and tenor saxes), Alan Berry (piano), Tony Archer (bass) and Tony Kinsey (drums). WEST Soon Comes Night by JOHN ELLIOT. An impression of Ivor Gumey-west country composer and poet, 1890-1937.
MIDLANDS New series Together
Six programmes about different ethnic communities living in the Midlands. John Holmes and Bob Ramdhanie meet the Ukrainians of Nottingham.
EAST Weekend
What's on, where and why, presented by John Mountford.
A Change of Air - how Blackpool is seeking to change without destroying its character.
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
Animal, Vegetable, Mineral
For the 150th anniversary of the University Museum at Durham, Magnus Magnusson chairs a recreation of television's popular panel game. With David Bellamy , Rosemary Cramp and Louis Allen NORTHERN IRELAND
As I Roved Out: Ralph McTell
Singer/songwriter Ralph McTell and guests Jargon present a programme of folk music.
The Beechgrove Garden: with George Barron and Jim McColl


Presented By: Roy Castle
Unknown: Donald Heighway
Unknown: Ruth Allen.
Unknown: Kathy Sto
Piano: Alan Berry
Piano: Tony Archer
Piano: Tony Kinsey
Unknown: John Elliot.
Unknown: Ivor Gumey-West
Unknown: Bob Ramdhanie
Unknown: John Mountford.
Unknown: Magnus Magnusson
Unknown: David Bellamy
Unknown: Rosemary Cramp
Singer: Ralph McTell
Songwriter: Ralph McTell
Unknown: George Barron
Unknown: Jim McColl

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