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The Afternoon Programme


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Take a new look at the afternoon with Alan Towers and Iris Chapple Guests you may like to meet and some items from programmes you may have missed - plus Friday's regular features ...
2.55* Exercise the Lazy Way With JOANNA LEWIS
3.0* What's On at the Pictures?
New films on release around the country
3.15* News Headlines
3.17* The Short Story Jack Hedley tells Split Nolan by BILL NAUGHTON
' Split Nolan was a pal of mine. He was the champion trolley-rider of Cotton Pocket; that was the district in which we lived. He had a very good balance, and sharp wits, and he was very brave.'
3.30* Joyce Hopkirk asks ...
3.45* In the Junk Room with TONY HAWES and guest star Bob Monkhouse


Unknown: Iris Chapple
Unknown: Joanna Lewis
Unknown: Jack Hedley
Unknown: Split Nolan
Unknown: Bill Naughton
Unknown: Joyce Hopkirk
Unknown: Tony Hawes
Unknown: Bob Monkhouse
Director: Martin L. Bell
Producer: Janet Hoenig

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The Afternoon Programme

BBC One London, 19 April 1974 14.45

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