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2: Sticklepath with Kenneth Hudson
A second look at Britain's industrial heritage.
Sticklepath, a tiny hamlet in Devon, is the unlikely home of a complete water-driven forge foundry which served all the special needs of a local community.
Producer RAY SUTCLIFFE
The World of Blaster Bates
' When you drive around with half a hundredweight of jelly in the boot, you have to laugh or you'd be round the twist and on sunflower seeds.'
'BLASTER' BATES is not only one of Britain's leading demolition experts, but also an inspired comedian - calling on his wealth of experience as a blaster.
Much of his time when he's not blasting down chimneys or redundant buildings is spent in describing his exploits to a convulsed gathering.
Executive producer JENNIFER JEREMY Producer BARRY BEVINS (Manchester)
A film series.
John-Boy sees mysterious lights coming from a deserted old house. He and his father investigate and find a young girl, Jenny Pendleton, who used to live there with her father. The Waltons take her in, and while Jenny responds happily to the warmth and love of their close family life John-Boy falls in love for the first time.
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A musical quiz
Joseph Cooper as questionmaster invites you to match your musical wits against
Joyce Grenfell Richard Baker Robin Ray
Guest musician Tamas Vasary
The Hunting of the Quark
No one knows for sure what quarks are because no one has yet found one. Some physicists believe though that they might be the first particles to be created after the big bang beginning of the universe - and that is why quarks might be very important. The search for the existence of the quarks is one of the most intriguing detective stories of science. It exercises the minds of the world's leading physicists who are attempting to take matter apart and look back at the very early stages of creation. Why do they do it? Curiosity-the sheer excitement of discovery and of finding beauty and unity in nature at its most fundamental level. Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Film editor CHRISTOPHER WOOLLEY Editor BRUCE NORMAN
Producer DAVID PATERSON
Six writers invite you to come to the party - and see what happens. Miitzen Ah! by CHARLES WOOD
The Nazi-hunting industry's celebrations concerning the discovery of a notorious war criminal in South America receive a jolt when a rival candidate crops up in Munich.
Lewis LEONARD ROSSITER
Script editor ROBERT BUCKLER DesignerJEREMY BEAR Producer HERBERT WISE Director GRAHAM EVANS
Sir Frederick White:
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