A Revolution and its aftermath written by PATRICK NUTTGENS
This film re-examines the impact of the Industrial Revolution and its legacy in the cities of the North, and questions whether the idea of Jerusalem, Blake's Promised City, still holds a meaning.
Commentary spoken by ALAN DOBIE
Executive producer JOHN DRUMMOND Director CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
A stroll through ' Wild Wales' 4: Into Snoicdonia
John Seymour follows the path of writer George Borrow to the summit of Snowdon, visited by more people in the last 50 years than ever before. It goes on through country far emptier now than it was 100 years ago.
Producer SELWYN RODERICK Knead your own loaf; page 5
Monsieur Jourdain, a' retired draper, resolves to pose as a man of quality. with ROGER CAREL , JEAN-PIERRE DARRAS
GEORGES AUDOUBERT , HENRI VIRLO -JEUX, JACQUES LEGRAS
Producer PIERRE BABEL for ORTF
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