Things are a bit frosty between the Tysons and the Priors, but at No 1 Clift has a plan to restore good cheer. Liz gives Maurice a flea in the ear at the Herald, and Dicken goes off to woo Trudy Window again - with unexpected consequences! At the Old Bakery Alexis threatens industrial action. George has a splendid surprise in store.
Written by TERRY JAMES Directed by ANTON GILL and PENNY LEICESTER
The Multi-National Eisteddfod Show
A variety bill featuring the best acts from the world of entertainment. This week's stars are:
Kenny Smiles Peter Gordeno Music by the Max Harris Orchestra
Written by PETER spenci JIMMY MULVILLE and RORY MCGRATH
Producer RICHARD WILCOX
A musical magazine from the movie world, presenting star personalities; news from the studios; album and film reviews and listeners' favourite songs and themes. Introduced by David Bellan
Written and compiled by LYN FAIRHURST
Producer TONY LUKE
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