All Falling Down
Written by GENE ZION illustrated by MARGARET BLOY GRAHAM
SARAH LONG , JOHNNY BALL
Pianist HARRY HAYWARD Designer JANET BUDDEN
Scriptwriter SHEILA WALKER Directors
PETER J. WILTSHIRE BARBARA DEEHAN Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Conjoint family therapy is one way of unfolding the dynamics of a family situation. In this programme a leading exponent of this technique works with a large and lively family.
DR A. C. R. SKYNNER Series editor JOHN RADCLIFFE
Producer BRIGIT BARRY
Never before has the economy been so closely analysed and agonised over. Economics and economic performance have become the central theme of all the political parties' claims and counter claims against each other. Economic theories are now party political slogans.
Each week The Money Programme looks at the view of the economic health of the nation from the shop floor, the office, the boardroom and Parliament.
Presented by PAUL GRIFFITHS and DAVID TAYLOR with ROBERT MCKENZIE
Producer PETER DUNKLEY Editor JOHN DEKKER
by PETER DRAPER starring
Kenneth Griffith as Isaac and John Clive as Rosko in Cut Yourself a Slice of Throat
' This marriage can' go on a minute longer ... I have been thinking a great deal about ground glass. It could be introduced very easily into her cornflakes at breakfast.'
Script editor MARTIN HALL Designer BARRIE DOBBINS
Producer DERRICK SHERWIN
Director GEORGE SPENTON-FOSTER
Rev Murchison Mort:
PC Machiavelli Edwards:
Powell the Post:
Hurt Hawks by PETER EVERETT
Having thrown open their house to the war-wounded, the adults attempt to live life as usual. Only a small boy recognises things will never be the same again.
Script editor ROBERT BUCKLER Designer DAVID CHANDLER Producer ANNE HEAD Director VOYTEK
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