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: Man at Work

The series which examines our working lives.
I'd Like to Work with Babies
When ANGELA REYNOLDS left school in the West Riding this year, she wanted ' to work with babies.' Instead she went to work at the mill with her mother. Why?

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Reynolds

: Money at Work

The Pensions Business
State pensions, private pensions - will we get value for our money when we retire?
Presented by BRIAN WIDLAKE

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Widlake

: Horizon

Tanks
Ever since tanks arrived at the front line in 1916 they have dominated land warfare, and have demonstrated how military thinking often lags a whole generation behind technology.
Narrator ALUN CHALFONT
Editor PETER GOODCHII. D Producer BRIAN GIBSON

Contributors

Editor: Peter Goodchii.
Producer: Brian Gibson

: News Review

A digest of the news of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Michael De Morgan
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD

: News

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: Doubts and Certainties

His Excellency
President Kaunda of Zambia talking to
JAMES MOSSMAN
'If Christ came today, he would carry a gun ...'
Producer OLIVER HUNKIN

Contributors

Unknown: James Mossman
Producer: Oliver Hunkin

: America

A Personal History of the United States in 13 parts written and narrated by Alistair Cooke
2: The New Found Land
In this tribute to the French and Spanish adventurers who were the first Europeans to explore North America, ALISTAIR COOKE retraces the epic journeys of Coronado in 1540 across the deserts of the south-west. The Spanish were lured on by their desire for gold, but in the north, the French were ranging the forests for furs. They discovered the great central waterways, and founded the port of New Orleans. Both nations were out to exploit the new found land, and it was left to the English to settle it. Film cameramen
KENNETH MACMILLAN , JOHN WYATT Associate producer ANN TURNER
Producer and director MICHAEL GILL (Repeated: Monday, 10.25 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth MacMillan
Unknown: John Wyatt
Producer: Ann Turner
Director: Michael Gill

: Wide World of Entertainment

Poland Dances
130 dancers, singers and musicians from the Mazowsze Dance Company present a colourful spectacle reflecting the traditions and costumes of their Polish heritage at the Royal Festival Hall Artistic director
MIRA ZIMINSKA-SYGIETYNSKA
Dance director WITOLD ZAPALA Musical directors
JAN GRABIA , STANISLAW WYSOCKI Commentator RAY MOORE
Television presentation douglas HESPE
(The Mazowsze appeared by arrangement with Victor Hochhauser Ltd ;

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Grabia
Unknown: Stanislaw Wysocki
Unknown: Victor Hochhauser Ltd

: Scoop

by EVELYN WAUGH : starring
Harry Worth as William Boot Adapted in seven parts by BARRY TOOK
7: A Surfeit of Boots
The Daily Beast and Lord Copper prepare to celebrate their star war correspondent's return ...
Film cameraman JAMES BALFOUR Film sound BILL WILD Film editor BOB RYMER
Costume design VALERIE SPOONER Lighting FRANK CRESSWELL Sound JOHN DE1.ANY
(Kenneth J. Warren is in ' Canterbury Tales ' at the Phoenix Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Evelyn Waugh
Unknown: Harry Worth
Unknown: James Balfour
Editor: Bob Rymer
Design: Valerie Spooner
Unknown: Kenneth J. Warren
Mrs Stitch: Sheila Hancock
Salter: Brian Oulton
Lord Copper: J Kenneth Warren
Uncle Theodore: Meredith Edwards
Loper: Brian Hayes
Prime Minister: Kenneth Benda
PPS: David Rowlands
John Boot: Gerald Flood
Sir Algernon: Hilary Wontner
Customs officer: Jay Neill
Great Aunt Anne: Jean Anderson
Uncle Roderick: Charles Lloyd Pack
Nanny Bloggs: Miriam Raymond
Nanny Price: Pauline Crow
Sister Watts: Natalie Kent
Bentinck: Arthur Brough
Man at Boot Magna Halt: Edward Hardwicke
Loony Bert Tyler: Cyril Cross
Salter's secretary: Trisha Ellis
Voice of Katchen: Sinead Cusack

: Dead of Night: Bedtime

by Hugh Whitemore
A new series of seven ghost stories
Victorian brass bedsteads are all the rage these days. Lorna and Geoffrey are delighted when they find one at a bargain price...

Contributors

Writer: Hugh Whitemore
Designer: John Wood
Producer: Innes Lloyd
Director: Simon Langton
Lorna: Sarah Badel
Piers Wickett: Terrence Hardiman
Mrs Thirkell: Joan Heath
Antique dealer: Sidney Johnson
Mrs Barnes: Lala Lloyd
Sarah Hopkirk: Jacqueline Pearce
Keith Hopkirk: James Smilie
Geoffrey Hamilton: Neil Stacy
Gertrud Wickett: Yutte Stensgaard

: Up Sunday

James Cameron Kenny Everett
William Rushton and John Wells
- to name but a few - look back at the way some of us were last week.
Director Tom CORCORAN Producer IAN KEILL

Contributors

Unknown: James Cameron
Unknown: Kenny Everett
Unknown: William Rushton
Unknown: John Wells
Director: Tom Corcoran
Producer: Ian Keill

: John Ford's My Darling Clementine

A season of films by one of the masters of the cinema - JOHN FORD starring
Henry Fonda Victor Mature Linda Darnell with Walter Brennan
Tim Holt , Cathy Downs
The classic Western story of Wyatt Earp , who accepts the job as Marshal of Tombstone to bring to justice the murderer of his younger brother - a task which leads him to the OK Corrall and one of the most famous gun-fights of all time.
Director JOHN FORD
(This Week's Films: page 13)

Contributors

Unknown: John Ford
Unknown: Henry Fonda
Unknown: Victor Mature
Unknown: Linda Darnell
Unknown: Walter Brennan
Unknown: Tim Holt
Unknown: Wyatt Earp
Director: John Ford
Wyatt Earp: Henry Fonda
Chihuahua: Linda Darnell
Doc Holliday: Victor Mature
Old Man Clanton: Walter Brennan
Virgil Earp: Tim Holt
Clementine: Cathy Downs
Morgan Earp: Ward Bond
Thorndyke: Alan Mowbray
Billy Clanton: John Ireland
Mayor: Roy Roberts
Kate Nelson: Jane Darwell
Ike Clanton: Grant Withers
Bartender: J Farrell MacDonald
John Simpson: Russell Simpson
James Earp: Don Garner

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