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The Afternoon Programme

Synopsis

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 Alan Towers and Iris Chapple
Guests you may like to meet and a selection of other items.
2.55* Exercise the Lazy Way
With Joanna Lewis
3.0* Dr David Delvin talks about....
The Coil/Loop
3.15* News Headlines
3.17* Dig This!
Introduced by Donny Macleod. If your garden happens to be a balcony in a city tower block, this is the show for you. Our 'man at the top' Clay Jones. There's Richard Bisgrove with this week's design problem. And the lazy gardener's guide to instant colour - Peter Seabrook reviews bedding plants.
Producer Jeremy Pallant (Birmingham)
3.45* Shopping Basket
A weekly check on food prices
3.50* Delia Smith with cookery hints and ideas
Director Martin L. Bell Producer Janet Hoenig
3.58 What's On/Regional News

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Towers
Unknown: Iris Chappie
Unknown: Joanna Lewis
Talks: Dr David Delvin
Introduced By: Donny MacLeod.
Unknown: Richard Bisgrove
Unknown: Peter Seabrook
Unknown: Delia Smith
Director: Martin L. Bell
Producer: Janet Hoenig

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The Afternoon Programme

BBC One London, 8 May 1974 14.45






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