A series in which you meet interesting and unusual people from all walks of life
Professional Golf Caddie
Leonard Weenan talks to
JACK Singleton about the strange way he became a caddie, and about the people he met in twenty-five years carrying the bag.
Broadcast on January 9
Exposures that shocked the nation with Jack May as the storyteller
3: The Mysterious Mrs. Crawford
Written by ENID HOLLINS and FIONA MCCONNELL
Produced by CHARLES MAXWELL
Sir Charles Dilke:
Mrs Nia Crawford:
Counsel for Donald Crawford:
Counsel for Sir Charles Dilke:
Mr Justice Butt:
Ladies First: Peter Wheeler talks to ALDERMAN MRS. NELLIE BEER, Lord Mayor of Manchester, and to ALDERMAN MRS. ELIZABETH YARWOOD , the Lord Mayor-elect
How to Make a Complaint: ' The higher we go in the organisation the better our treatment will be.' J. F. BAILEY speaks from successful experience
Comic Corner: a retired newspaper proof-reader. HERBERT HILTON, talks to Roy Cross about his collection of old children's comics
On the Scent: MOLLY WEEKS visits the Lake District in search of perfumes
A Question of Time: ' It was the grandfather clock that started it all '-according to JEAN DALLY
Introduced by BARRY CHAMBERS from the North of England
Latest regional news - The stories behind the headlines-Perspective on a talking point of the moment-Scotland Yard Calling-Weekend Road Report -Sports SpOt-FRED STREETER on Gardening
Introduced by BOB HOLNESS
Produced by the South-East news unit
A serial thriller in eight parts by Edward Boyd with Gordon Jackson
Johnny Maxen's search for his estranged wife Julia has apparently ended when she is found drowned near her lochside cottage, but Inspector Wardlaw touches off a new search.
Broadcast on Nov. 6. 1966 (Light)
Det -Insp Wardlaw:
with Ken Dodd
JOHN LAURIE , PATRICIA HAYES
GRAHAM STARK, JUDITH CHALMERS
NORTHERN DANCE ORCESTRA Conducted by BERNARD HERRMANN
Script by Eddie Braben and Ken Dodd
Produced by BILL WORSLEY
† Broadcast on Dec. 18. 1966 (Light)
Ian Partridge (tenor)
Kelly Isaacs (violin)
Sydney Humphreys (violin) Frances Mason (violin)
Tilford Festival Choir and Orchestra
Conducted by Denys Darlow
Brandenburg Concerto No. 1. in F major 1
Cantata No. 55: Ich armer J
Mensch, ich Sundenknecht
Background to the News
People in the News followed by NEWS-STAND
How the dailies have handled the week's news, the opinions they have expressed, and current trends in and out of Fleet Street are analysed by GERARD FAY
Reports from a tour just ended by JUDITH LISTOWEL
5: The Congo
No longer. Judith Listowel believes, Is the Congo the scandal of Africa. After five years of civil war. life s being picked up, peasants sell their produce. and many children go to school.
In Kinshasa, In an office like a chief's audience chamber, she talked to President Mobutu.
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