Gloria visits the wonderful world of Disney in a Bank
Holiday Special where Walt Disney's original dream for a theme park for children of all ages has become the reality of his imagination. She takes a journey of fantasy and also visits the hidden world that thrives underground. But if the Magic Kingdom is very much a world of Disney's creative genius, then EPCOT is his vision of the next century, where technology, education and imagination combine to create a whole new concept in theme parks. There Gloria will be journeying upwards into
Spaceship Earth - a trip through the Age of Communications. Researcher
LAURIS MORGAN-GRIFFITHS Producer COUN MARTIN
ALBERT, CARL. GRAHAM, MAURICE and ROBIN invite you to
Grumbleweed Towers. Join in the madness and see how many times they can embarrass their guest Derek Batey.
Written and produced by MIKE CRAIG BBC Manchester
A date to remember....
26 May - petrol rationing ended, Evel Knievel jumped over 13 buses and the last British public execution took place.
Chairman David Hamilton and panellists: Ruth Madoc
June Whitfield , Kenneth Williams and Ernie Wise
Written by ROB METCALFE Producer PAUL SPENCER
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