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: Follow the Rhine

with Johnny Morris
6: ... to the North Sea
' The glittering glasshouses of Holland. Mile after mile of tropical growing power. A great and tremendous conjuring trick with glass, sun and silt.... And the Rhine brought the silt to start the business going.'
Producer BRIAN PATTEN (from Bristol)

Contributors

Unknown: Johnny Morris
Producer: Brian Patten

: The Advisers

A documentary series of six stories in which advisers set out to solve other people's problems. 3: The Advertising Agent
The maker of a new sports car needs the advice of an advertising agency to promote his car.
The agency decides that the ' image ' of the car is too feminine, that a radical sex-change is required. It dreams up a scheme to inject virility into the vehicle. The car's maker must now decide whether to accept the advice ...
Film editor DON FAIRSERVICE
Written and produced by ROGER MILLS Director REX BLOOMSTEIN

Contributors

Produced By: Roger Mills
Director: Rex Bloomstein

: A Pin to See the Peepshow

by F. TENNYSON JESSE: dramatised in four parts by ELAINE MORGAN
Julia Starling , at 21, is a successful business woman. But she has made an ill-judged wartime marriage. In 1918 she faces the return of her husband from the war. Part 2
Music arranged and played by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Designer PAUL ALLEN Producer REX TUCKER
Director RAYMOND MENMUIR

Contributors

Unknown: F. Tennyson
Unknown: Elaine Morgan
Unknown: Julia Starling
Played By: Dudley Simpson
Editor: Lennox Phillips
Designer: Paul Allen
Producer: Rex Tucker
Director: Raymond Menmuir
Julia: Francesca Annis
Marian Lestrange: Jill Melford
Gipsy Danvers: Charlotte Howard
Emily: Sylvia Barter
Bertha Starling: Georgine Anderson
Anne Ackroyd: Petronella Barker
Herbert Starling: Bernard Hepton
George Beale: John Nettleton
Mildred Beale: Maggie Flint
Mrs Almond: Mary Chester
Elsa Beale: Rosemary Blake
Leonard Carr: John Duttine
Mrs Carr: Maryann Turner

: Horizon

Awarded the Prix Futura in Gold, Berlin 1973
Are you doing this for me Doctor, or am I doing it for you?
Each week in British hospitals over 5,000 researchers conduct hundreds of experiments on people. Most of the experiments are done on ordinary patients with common diseases like bronchitis, asthma and heart failure.
How many are carried out for the good of the patients concerned? How many for the benefit of medical science?
Horizon talks both to the new breed of doctor-scientists, and their critics, and looks at several human experiments - at hospitals in London, Birmingham, Edinburgh and New York.
Narrator PALL VAUGHAN
Film editor Richard SIDWELL Editor PETER GOODCHILD
Producer PETER JONES

Contributors

Narrator: Pall Vaughan
Editor: Richard Sidwell
Editor: Peter Goodchild
Producer: Peter Jones

: The Museum Attendant

by MICHAEL ABBENSETTS
The other attendants get through the day easily enough, with their jokes and arguments, but things are different for Howard.
Designer AUSTIN RUDDY Producer ANN scott
Director DEREK BENNETT

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Abbensetts
Designer: Austin Ruddy
Producer: Ann Scott
Director: Derek Bennett
Regan: Joseph Greig
Dennis: David Battley
Frank: Robin Parkinson
Flynn: Tony Selby
Howard: Horace James
John: Kwesi Kay
Bill: John Moore
American: Bill Mills

: Sir Walter Scott Lived Here

In the seventh programme of this series about the writer's world,
Lady Antonia Fraser visits Abbotsford and explores the extraordinary house which was the fulfilment of a Scottish writer's dream.
Film cameramanNAT CROSBY Director JULIAN JEBB

Contributors

Unknown: Lady Antonia Fraser
Unknown: Nat Crosby
Director: Julian Jebb

: News Extra

with John Edmunds Weather

Contributors

Unknown: John Edmunds

: Closedown









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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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