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: Closedown

: Play School

Story: The Lonely Dragon
Written by SARAH O'MAHONY Illustrated by RAY MUTIMER Presenters this week
Chloe Ashcroft , Don Spencer
Musicians MICK WAYNE , DAVE MOSES Designer JANET BUDDEN
Scriptwriter/director CAROLE WARD Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
The Bold Bad Bus, o book of rhyming stories from Play School: fl.60
Illustrated book, Storytime from Play School: 25p from booksellers

Contributors

Written By: Sarah O'Mahony
Illustrated By: Ray Mutimer
Unknown: Chloe Ashcroft
Unknown: Don Spencer
Unknown: Musicians Mick Wayne
Unknown: Dave Moses
Designer: Janet Budden

: Closedown

: Open University

: Parents and Children

A weekly look at the pleasures and problems of raising a family. Children of No Man's Land

: Look, Stranger: Ski Fever

For half the year Don Rumbold works sheet metal in Bradford, Yorkshire, to pay for the other half of his life - skiing on Cairngorm in Scotland. He was in his mid-20s when he first saw a pair of skis - on a Bradford golf course. He asked to have a go and finished up in a bunker. Now, ten years later, he's a ski instructor.
(North East)

Contributors

Subject: Don Rumbold
Executive Producer: Jennifer Jeremy
Producer: David Bean

: Just a Nimmo

with Derek Nimmo
The advent of TV has been blamed for the demise of live Variety in the Halls. Derek's guests reminisce about their experiences both in front of tabs and backstage Florence Desmond, Ted Ray Leonard Sachs
George Cooper, stage doorkeeper of the London Palladium
Designer Steve Brownsey
Producer Vernon Lawrence
(Derek Nimmo is in 'Why Not Stay for Breakfast?' at the Apollo Theatre, London)

Contributors

Performer: Derek Nimmo
Performer: Florence Desmond
Performer: Ted Ray
Performer: Leonard Sachs
Stage doorman: George Cooper
Designer: Steve Brownsey
Producer: Vernon Lawrence

: The Waltons: The Minstrel

A film series
Jamie, a young musician who wanders the world collecting songs, arrives at the Waltons. Mary-Ellen, who longs to travel, is captivated.
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
Mary-Ellen: Judy Norton
Jamie: Peter Hooten
Jason: John Walmsley

: The Philpott File

Trevor Philpott reports on Four Corners of the Marketplace We call it the ' Common Market' but, according to the corner of it in which you have the luck to be born, your chances of wealth and happiness are going to be vastly different.
1: The Calcutta of Europe
Naples was once the Queen of the Mediterranean, the proud capital of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. Now the city is so far gone in decay that it's hard to recognise as a European city at all.
It's the city of the street boss, the child labourer and the confidence man; the city which hankers after departed kings and believes both in the Evil Eye and miraculous saints.
Film cameraman DAVID FEIG Film editor ANDREW DENNY
Assistant producer MICHAEL MABER Producer TREVOR PHILPOTT

Contributors

Unknown: Trevor Philpott
Unknown: David Feig
Editor: Andrew Denny
Producer: Michael Maber
Producer: Trevor Philpott

: Second City Firsts: 6: Lunch Duty

by Rony Robinson
Original plays from Birmingham
Janet wanted her pupils to break the windows, smash the tannoys, and paint the school red. Why wouldn't they?

Contributors

Writer: Rony Robinson
Script Editor: Tara Prem
Designer: Myles Lang
Director: Harry Hanson
Janet: Anne Raitt
Keith Peters: Donald Douglas
Richard: Paul Rosebury
Janet's father: Richard Butler

: News Extra

Presented by David Holmes with Peter Dorling ; Weather

Contributors

Presented By: David Holmes
Unknown: Peter Dorling

: Open Door

Black Workers' Rights Group
' There has been a rash of strikes recently by black workers against discrimination on the shop floor. We want to show why the Trade Union movement must face up to its obligations towards them or else be confronted by an intractable problem that could split it apart.'

: Closedown









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