Nick Jackson asks What's New at the Movies
This week John Benson concludes his look at the work of Hollywood musical director George Stoll and Bob Ainsworth continues his Bluffers'
Guide to the Movies with some cinema name-dropping.
Written and compiled by LYN FArRHURST
Producer TONY LUKE
9.57 Sports Desk
Albert. Carl, Graham, Maurice and Robin
Invite you to join them for another 30 minutes of Grumiblewieed fun. This week sees Uncle Rubbish selling his nick-nacks and Wilf getting into training for the 4 x 100 gasmask relay.
Written by MIKE CRAIG and RON MCDONNELL Additional material BARRY FAULKNER
Producer MIKE CRAIG BBC Manchester
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