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: Play School

Play School visits the Scottish fishing village of Dunure. Story: King Canute
Presenters this week Toni Arthur, Brian Cant

Contributors

Presenter: Toni Arthur
Presenter: Brian Cant

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: Look, Stranger

Spin, blind Wheel
MOGG WILLIAMS was a miner in South Wales for 25 years until he was disabled at 40. His poetry reflects his feelings about coal and miners and the close-knit valley community where he still lives.
Producer JENNIFER JEREMY
Darker than dead of night: page 5

Contributors

Unknown: Mogg Williams
Producer: Jennifer Jeremy

: The Waltons: The Reunion

A film series
The Baldwin sisters, two charming elderly ladies, are famous for their recipe - a drink made from secret ingredients.
Based on Earl Hamner Jr's autobiographical novel Spencer's Mountain

Contributors

Executive producer: Lee Rich
John-Boy: Richard Thomas
Olivia Walton: Michael Learned
John Walton: Ralph Waite
Grandpa: Will Geer
Grandma: Ellen Corby
Cousin Homer Lee Baldwin: Denver Pyle
Emily Baldwin: Mary Jackson
Mamie Baldwin: Helen Kleeb

: Just a Nimmo

with Derek Nimmo
Although we all eat and drink, very few of us are able to wine and dine. Derek's guests tonight discuss their involvement in gastronomy.
Barbara Mullen
Humphrey Lyttelton
Silvino Trumpetto , Maitre Chef des Cuisines, Savoy Hotel
John Axon , Master of Wine
Script SPIKE MULLINS
Designer STEVE brownsey
Producer VERNON LAWRENCE
(Derek Nimmo is in ' Why Not Stay for Breakfast? ' at the Apollo Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Nimmo
Unknown: Barbara Mullen
Unknown: Humphrey Lyttelton
Unknown: Silvino Trumpetto
Unknown: John Axon
Script: Spike Mullins
Designer: Steve Brownsey
Producer: Vernon Lawrence
Unknown: Derek Nimmo

: Horizon

The Future Goes Boom!
In a hundred years' time 90 per cent of the world could be living at much higher than current American standards of living. Each family with two cars, a helicopter and a submarine. So say the Hudson Institute, who are making the most cheerful forecasts about the 21st century - including the boom of Scotland, even though it is at England's expense.
At the centre of this exercise in ' futurology ' is Herman Kahn , whizz-man with an IQ that no one can equal.
But does it really reflect what is most likely to happen, or is it a commercial propaganda exercise? Narrator PAUL vaughan
Editor BRUCE NORMAN
Producer Brian J. GIBSON

Contributors

Unknown: Herman Kahn
Editor: Bruce Norman
Producer: Brian J. Gibson

: Second City Firsts

A season of six original plays from Birmingham
3: Bold Face - Condensed by PETER RANSLEY
' Waiting for pages half my life ' - but this time the printer is drunk and the editor has a deadline to meet.
Script editor TARA PREM
Designer MICHAEL EDWARDS Producer barry HANSON Director JOHN BRUCE

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Ransley
Designer: Michael Edwards
Producer: Barry Hanson
Director: John Bruce
John: Michael Gambon
Steve: Terence Budd
Stan: Geoffrey Reed

: News Extra

Presented by David Holmes with Peter Dorling ; Weather

Contributors

Presented By: David Holmes
Unknown: Peter Dorling

: Open Door

The Homoeopathic Research and Educational Trust
A different approach to the treatment of illness which does not rely on powerful drugs. It is available under the NHS but has its full value been recognised?

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