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Part of the Union
Women are now joining unions at twice the rate of men. What are the obstacles to women's full participation in union affairs?
Producer SUZANNE DAVIES
Series producer JOHN TWITCHIN

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Producer: Suzanne Davies
Producer: John Twitchin

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: Midweek Film: Work is a Four Letter Word

David Warner , Cilla Black with Zia Mohyeddin , David Waller Elizabeth Spriggs
In the Britain of the not too distant future, in a world of automation gone mad, Val Brose is a natural rebel. The ruling passion of his life is growing mushrooms and, after intensive experimentation, he has evolved a species which, when eaten raw, produces some very unusual effects.
Screenplay by JEREMY BROOKS adapted from the play Eh? by HENRY LIVINGS Producer THOMAS CLYDE Director PETER HALL
This Week's Films: page 9

Contributors

Unknown: David Warner
Unknown: Cilla Black
Unknown: Zia Mohyeddin
Unknown: David Waller
Unknown: Elizabeth Spriggs
Unknown: Val Brose
Unknown: Jeremy Brooks
Producer: Thomas Clyde
Director: Peter Hall
Val Brose: David Warner
Betty Dorrick: Cilla Black
Mrs Murray: Elizabeth Spriggs
Dr Narayana: Zia Mohyeddin
Pa Brose: Joe Gladwyn
Mrs Dorrick: Julie May
Rev Mort: Alan Howard
Mrs Price: Jan Holden
Mr Price: David Waller

: One Pair of Eyes

Hon Lady Betjeman Penelope Chetwode in this series of highly personal films declares
A Passion for India
In the course of an exotic and adventurous journey the wife of the Poet Laureate, astride an Indian hill pony, carries out her own crusade against progress among the foothills of the western Himalayas.
In search of remote and unexploited hill temples and a simple life, she tilts at concrete buildings, the internal combustion engine, modern education, the drug-mysticism of hippies, and the indiscreet placing of electricity cables.
Lady Betjeman was the daughter of Lord Chetwode, Commander-in-Chief in India during the 30s. Her love affair with India began as a girl of 18, now, as a highly eccentric, amusing and determined explorer, she returns whenever she can.
Film cameraman JOHN MCGLASHAN Sound recordist DAVE BRINICOMBE Film editor PAM BOSWORTH Producer MALCOLM BROWN Director JONATHAN STEDALL

Contributors

Unknown: Lady Betjeman Penelope Chetwode
Unknown: John McGlashan
Unknown: Dave Brinicombe
Producer: Malcolm Brown
Director: Jonathan Stedall

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