Thirty minutes of non-stop beat and shake.
presenting Adam Faith and the Roulettes, The Isley Brothers, Alan Elsdon and the Voodoos, Howling Wolf and Hubert Sumlin, Shelley, Jan Douglas.
Resident Group: Peter and the Headlines
The Beat Girls
Introduced by Pat Campbell.
To be repeated next Saturday
Adam Faith and the
Alan Elsdon and the
Peter and the
It's a way of life you see. You get used to it and there you are. You just keep hoping that things will get better.
Things are not likely to get better for the small farmer. Every week one hundred small dairy farmers alone go out of business. And as they go, the traditional patchwork of the countryside gives way to large-scale farms like factories or to council houses and commuters.
The Human Side visits Bethersden in Kent and looks at the problems of the departing farmer and the arriving commuter.
Introduced by Bill Wedderburn.
Film directed by:
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