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: Labour Party Conference

Live coverage of the third day in Blackpool. Commentators
Robin Day and Alan Watson

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Watson

: Play School

Story: Daniel's Different Day by IVY GALLAGHER Presenters
DIANE DORGAN , LIONEL MORTON

Contributors

Unknown: Diane Dorgan
Unknown: Lionel Morton

: Labour Party Conference

Further coverage from Blackpool

: Closedown

: Closedown

: Open University

: Man at Work

The series which examines our working lives
Asians on the Shop Floor
Many Indian and Pakistani workers in Britain speak no English, and their different customs make it all the harder for Asians and whites to adjust to one another in the workplace. Could training courses for shop stewards, foremen and Asian workers lead to better race relations inside and outside the factory?
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Series editor TONY MATTHEWS

Contributors

Editor: Tony Matthews

: Newsroom

with Richard Whitmore and at ten-to-eight
Conference Report
David Holmes reporting from the Labour Party Conference at Blackpool Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Whitmore
Unknown: David Holmes

: Music on 2

Radu Lupu (piano) and Szymon Goldberg (violin)
Handel Sonata for violin and keyboard, Op 1 No 13
Chopin Ballade No 1, in c minor, Op 23
Beethoven Spring Sonata (No 5) for violin and piano, Op 24
When RADU LUPU won the Leeds Piano Competition in 1969 SZYMON GOLDBERG was a member of the jury. Since then they have teamed up as a violin and piano Duo, and tonight make their first television appearance together.
Producer DAVID BUCKTON

Contributors

Piano: Radu Lupu
Violin: Szymon Goldberg
Violin: Handel Sonata
Unknown: Radu Lupu
Unknown: Szymon Goldberg
Producer: David Buckton

: Betjeman in Australia

Landmarks
Sir John concludes his view of Australia by looking at some of the grandest buildings and vistas in the sub-continent, from Brisbane's cathedral to Sydney's super State Cinema and opera house - ' a regatta in full flight, arrested at the water's edge.'
Film cameraman TONY WILSON Film editor KEN PEARCE
Producer MARGARET MCCALL
A BBC/Australian Broadcasting Commission co production

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Wilson
Editor: Ken Pearce
Producer: Margaret McCall

: Waugh on Crime

by ARDEN WINCH with Clive Swift as Inspector Waugh
2 : In which Inspector Waugh encounters the English Class System
Producer INNES LLOYD Director PHILIP DUDLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Clive Swift
Producer: Innes Lloyd
PC White: Robin Chadwick
Mortuary attendant: John Dawson
Fisher: David McKail
Maid: Cherry Gilliam
Mrs Maxwell Reece: Patricia Denys

: Man Alive: Out of School, Out of Work

Reporters
JEREMY JAMES , JEANNE LA CHARD JOHN PITMAN , DESMOND WILCOX HAROLD WILLIAMSON
Dole queues in Britain's depressed areas are getting younger as thousands of teenagers released from school join the unemployed. In Sunderland, where unemployment is more than twice the national average, JIM DOUGLAS HENRY found 2,000 school-leavers chasing 100 jobs.
From Sunderland DESMOND WILCOX invites the young unemployed and their parents to talk about a way out for the future with industrialists, union leaders, councillors and education experts.

Contributors

Reporter: Jeremy James
Reporter: Jeanne La Chard
Reporter: John Pitman
Reporter: Desmond Wilcox
Reporter: Harold Williamson
Reporter: Jim Douglas Henry
Producer: Harry Weisbloom
Editor: Adam Clapham

: Ways of Seeing

A second chance to see the highly praised series in which writer and critic John Berger talks about the ways in which we see paintings.
Film editor DAVID GLADWELL TIMES MICHAEL DIBB

Contributors

Talks: John Berger
Editor: David Gladwell
Unknown: Michael Dibb
The first of a stunning series: Sunday Times

: News on 2

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