[Starring] Cyril Fletcher and Betty Astell in their musical
[with] Harry Secombe, Hilda Meacham, Gordon Holdom, Ian Francis, Nugent Marshall, Joan Chorlton, Bunny Reeves, Peggy Walker, Margaret Miles, Jean Praill, June Fox, Shirley Baker, Brenda Bobby
Orchestra directed by:
Presented for television by:
A series presenting ideas from recent books:
The Book: 'Managers, Men, and Morale', a new view of the importance of human relationships in different kinds of work.
The Authors: Wilfred Brown and Winifred Raphael
The Spokesman: Wilfred Brown, Chairman and Managing Director of a Light Engineering Works
The Critic: Robert Appleby, Member of the Council of the British Institute of Management
The different views of two practical industrialists are illustrated by films and acted scenes.
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