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16: Be Quiet!
You can'say that nowadays. But what kind of talk does help children when they start school?

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: Man at Work

Workers on the Board and all that JACK PEEL , Director of Industrial Relations at the EEC Commission, explains and defends the Common Market proposals. Introduced by BOB HOULTON
Series producer JOHN TWITCHIN


Unknown: Jack Peel
Introduced By: Bob Houlton
Director: Bryn Brooks
Producer: Peter Riding
Producer: John Twitchin

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: Midweek Film: What's So Bad About Feeling Good?

starring George Peppard Mary Tyler Moore with Dom De Luise , John McMartin Susan Saint James , Don Stroud
When the normally morose crew of a Greek freighter docked in New York find themselves laughing and dancing, health authorities believe they are the victims of a rare ' 'happy' virus which is carried by a mysterious toucan. But the bird eludes capture and flies off to the East Village home of a group of hippies and drop-outs - who soon experience some startling personality changes.
Producer and director GEORGE SEATON This Week's Films: page 9


Unknown: George Peppard
Unknown: Mary Tyler Moore
Unknown: Dom de Luise
Unknown: John McMartin
Unknown: Susan Saint James
Unknown: Don Stroud
Director: George Seaton
Pete: George Peppard
Liz: Mary Tyler Moore
J Gardner Monroe: Dom de Lulse
The Mayor: John McMartin
Conrad: Nathaniel Frey
Dr Shapiro: Charles Lane
Gertrude: Jeanne Arnold
Murgatroyd: George Furth
Sgt Gunty: Morty Gunty
Officer Ponazecki: Joe Ponazecki
Capt Wallace: Frank Campanella
Aida: Susan Saint James
Barney: Don Stroud

: Man Alive

This week: Praise Cromwell and pass the Ammunition
Sometimes today seems just too much: mid-winter, industrial disputes and the fuel crisis may seem to conspire to make the 20th century most unattractive.
Some dislike it so much they take every opportunity to escape into the past and spend their Sunday afternoons at Newbury, Worcester or Edgehill re-fighting the battles of the Civil War. On a good weekend as many as 2,000 troops and 10,000 spectators turn out.
The Knights and Ladies of the Round Table of Camelot prefer their escapism even further back. JEREMY JAMES and a Man Alive team go back with them all to the good old days.


Reporters: Jeremy James
Unknown: Jeanne La Chard,
Unknown: John Pitman
Unknown: Jack Pizzey
Unknown: Desmond Wilcox
Unknown: Harold Williamson
Unknown: Jeremy James
Producer: Brian James
Editor: Adam Clapham

: Midweek

Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy together with NICHOLAS HARMAN including a News Summary


Introduced By: Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown: Nicholas Harman

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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.

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