Brian Sibley concludes the story of Walt Disney's leading ladies - in life and on screen.
6: Modern Girls. Diane
Disney Miller describes the power struggle within the Disney Company following her father's death, and the new animated feature Mulan is previewed, With contributions from Julie
Andrews, Roy E Disney, Betty White , Ilene Woods , Ming Na Wen and Michael Eisner.
Producer Malcolm Prince
Introduced by Richard Baker from the Hippodrome,
Golders Green, London.
Richard Balcombe conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday , with guest artists Janine Roebuck and Alan Opie , and Kevin Morgan on the tuba.
Producer Alan Boyd Repeat
Andrew Sachs concludes the serialisation of Gabriel
Chevallier's comic masterpiece about small-town politics, religion and public conveniences.
8: Clochemerle experiences a spot of divine retribution.Abridged by John Hartley Producer Paul Kent
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