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CEEFAX: a synopsis of current events in Citizens is on page 744
A series of six programmes. l:StfMn'ng .
Patrick Hannan confirms that there should be a swear box by the despatch box, considers putting one in the royal box. but concedes that the biggest ones are needed in the press box and on the goggle box.
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In the last of the series,
John Amis and Frank Muir chaUenge lan Wallace and Denis Norden.
In the chair Steve Race.
Questions compiled by STEVE RACE Producer PETE ATKtN Stereo
by BARBARA LACEY With and Gilbert's dad has always wanted him to become a fishmonger. But now Gilbert has fallen in love with Sandra and she cannot abide the smell of fish.
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The British Horn Society is holding its tenth annual festival on Easter Saturday. Among those who will be performing are this afternoon's guests. Michael Thompson.
Frank Lloyd and Davtd Pyatt. Producer JUDITH ROLES. Stereo
by STEVE WETTON. Starring and 2: Getting It Together
'What's it all in aid of, Mum?'
'Well, in glossy magazines they call it togetherness.'
'Oh. you mean Dad's going jogging as well? 1 thought he'd dressed up like that for the Subuteo....'
Producer LISSA EVANS. Stereo
Tom and Pat Hollingsworth:
In a series of six documentaries presented by Ferdinand Dennis, peoples of African ancestry describe their experience of today's Britain.
African, Negro, coloured, 'boy', Black: terms which offer a barometer of status over the centuries, but deny a positive identity.
How pejorative is current nomenclature and will African-British be the last word?
Among those reflecting on the ambiguities of culture and pride are actress Judith Jacob, writers James Berry, Stella Dadzie, J.D. Douglas, Ben Okri, Kwesi Owusu, Tony Sewell and sociologists Stuart Hall, Winston James and Orlando Patterson.
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