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4: Higher Mill with Neil Cossons
Higher Mill was once the centre-piece of the Lancashire textile village of Helmshore.
Producer DAVID COLLISON
Silver in the City
' With a hammer and a tree trunk you've got all you need to be a silversmith.'
Encouraged by Michael Murray , men and women well into their 80s are learning a craft for the first time. Elderly beginners and raw apprentices get the same treatment from him and they love it.
His workshop is in the ' village ' of Clerkenwell, two steps from Smithfield Market, with a view of St Paul 's and the Barbican. Crafts-men have worked there since the Great Fire of London; now their workshop space is threatened by office blocks.
Executive producer JENNIFER JEREMY Producer ANDREE MOLYNEUX
A film series starring
Olivia has always been contented with her life as a busy wife and mother. Then, suddenly, she feels imprisoned by all the demands that her family make on her time and freedom.
Joseph Cooper as questionmaster invites you to match your musical wits against Joyce Grenfell
Bernard Levin , Michael Flanders Guest musician John Manduell
Director DENIS MORIARTY Producer WALTER TODDS
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An Element of Mystery
Mercury - panacea or poison?
Horizon looks at the sources, uses and properties of this unique metal, the only one to remain liquid at room temperature, and examines its role in modern society.
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Editor BRUCE NORMAN
Producer SIMON CAMPBELL-JONES
The last of five writers invites you to come to the party - and see what happens.
5 : Service Not Included by ALAN AYCKBOURN
A post-conference celebration at the Magpie Manor Hotel. Beneath the gaiety - welter of casual back-stabbing. The hotel staff look on with deafening silence, alert for the pickings.
Script editor ROBERT BUCKLER Designer PETER SEDDON Director HERBERT WISE
with David Holmes ; Weather
The Auxiliary Fire Service (1938-1968)
In which Our Heroes gallantly rescue a damsel in distress, fearlessly take on their critics, and dauntlessly try to convince the viewer that they are a force to be reckoned with. ' The Good Death' is the title given by The Voluntary Euthanasia Society to their programme, which discusses the human right to choose a merciful end.