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Ten programmes for physically disabled people 1: Does he take Sugar?
CORBET WOODALL and JILL lumb (both disabled) explore embarrassments caused by the attitudes of the general public; some electronic aids available to disabled people; and a self-help project on access.
Director CHARLES PASCOE
Producer IAN WOOLF

Contributors

Unknown:
Corbet Woodall
Director:
Charles Pascoe
Producer:
Ian Woolf

Meeting Place from the Bristol studios
MIKE DORNAN asks a group of people interested in new forms of worship to answer in their way some questions raised by the services he has introduced from
Belfast on The Power of Jesus with the CIRCLE DANCE GROUP and children of ST GILDA'S JUNIOR SCHOOL, HORNSEY
Director CHRISTOPHER MANN
Series producer R. T. BROOKS

Contributors

Unknown:
Mike Dornan
Director:
Christopher Mann
Producer:
R. T. Brooks

with DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and PATRICIA HAYES
ROSEMARY LEACH
Script BARRY TOOK
Adults wanting help with reading can ring [number removed]or send their name, address and telephone number to: On the Move, [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald Gee
Unknown:
Bob Hoskins
Unknown:
Patricia Hayes
Unknown:
Rosemary Leach
Script:
Barry Took

Written by EWART ALEXANDER
Narrated by PHILIP MADOC
Few Welshmen would have believed, when rugby drifted into the valleys during the coal rush, that this class-ademtified English game would become a major source of national pride; or that for many people - perhaps too many - it would be a sort of faith.
Producer BRIAN TURVEY BBC Cymru/Wales

Contributors

Written By:
Ewart Alexander
Unknown:
Philip Madoc
Producer:
Brian Turvey

Starring Leif Erickson as Big John Cannon, Cameron Mitchell as Buck Cannon, Mark Slade as Blue, Linda Cristal as Victoria, Henry Darrow as Manolito
Guest stars Elizabeth Allen, Frank Silvera, Anthony Caruso

Manolito leaves the routine of the High Chaparral ranch to look for excitement...

Contributors

Big John Cannon:
Leif Erickson
Buck Cannon:
Cameron Mitchell
Blue:
Mark Slade
Victoria:
Linda Cristal
Manolito:
Henry Darrow
Ellie Strong:
Elizabeth Allen
Don Sebastian:
Frank Silvera
El Lobo:
Anthony Caruso

by CHARLES DICKENS
Dramatised in six parts by HUGH LEONARD
Part 4
Kate has been driven to distraction by Hawk's unwanted attentions. Nicholas, now an actor with the Crummies Company in Ports-mouth, has received a worrying Idtter from Newman Noggs.
Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Designer GRAHAM OAKLEY Producer BARRY LETTS
Director CHRISTOPHER BARRY

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Dickens
Unknown:
Hugh Leonard
Unknown:
Newman Noggs.
Editor:
Alistair Bell
Designer:
Graham Oakley
Producer:
Barry Letts
Director:
Christopher Barry
Smike:
Peter Bourke
Nicholas Nickleby:
Nigel Havers
Thomas Folair:
Peter Forbes-Robertson
Mrs Lenville:
Gloria Walker
Mr Lenville:
Tom Durham
Miss Snevellicci:
Joolia Cappleman
Mr Vincent Crummies:
Freddie Jones
Mrs Crummles:
Pauline Letts
The Infant Phenomenon:
Ann Hasson
Mr Snevellicci:
Raymond Young
Mr Lillyvick:
Edward Burnham
Miss Petowker:
Pauline Moran
Sir Mulberry Hawk:
Anthony Ainley
Lord Frederick Verisopht:
Nigel Hughes
Mr Pluck:
John Owens
Mr Pyke:
David Whitworth
Mr Alfred Mantalini:
Malcolm Reid
Newman Noggs:
Robert James
Ralph Nickleby:
Derek, Godfrey
Mme Mantalini:
Patricia Routledge
Mrs Nickleby:
Hilary Mason
Kate Nickleby:
Kate Nicholls
Charles Cheeryble:
Raymond Mason
Wackford Squeers:
Derek Francis
Wackford Jr:
Denis Gilmore
Tim Link'inwater:
Preston Lockwood
Edwin Cheeryble:
John Hewer
Miss La Creevy:
Patsy Smart
Mr Snawley:
Ron Pember
Old gentleman:
Tony Sympson
Keeper:
Ken Parry
John Browdie:
Andrew McCulloch
Fanny Squeers:
Isabelle Amyes
Matilda Price:
Henrietta Baynes
Waiter:
Philip Trewinnard

from the General Infirmary at Leeds
The Hospital Choir and the Headingiley Amateur Operatic Society join doctors, nurses and other staff, some of whom have been talking to MICHAEL BARRATT about their life, their faith and a choice of hymn.
Come thou-long expected Jesus (Stuttgart); 0 love that wilt not let me go (St Margaret); Guide me 0 thou great Jehovah (Cwm R'honddia); Holy, Holy, Holy (Nicaea); Nearer my God to thee (Horbury); Ave Verus Corpus; The God of love (St Columba); Thou Lord hast given thyself for our healing (Spean); God that madest earth and heaven (Ar Hyd y Nos)
Organist KEN BROOKS
Conductor ROBERT TEBB
Film director ANDREW BARR
Series producer RAYMOND short

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Barratt
Organist:
Ken Brooks
Conductor:
Robert Tebb
Director:
Andrew Barr

The fourth of a series of 13 plays reflecting life in the last 25 years. John Standing , Anthony Bate
Jill Dixon and Jessie Matthews in Nanny's Boy by DAVID AMBROSE
1956/57: 'If he's on the level, this is the intelligence coup of the decade ... but if it isn't ... we'd be walking straight into the biggest trap in a great deal longer.'
Script editor MERVYN HAISMAN Costume KEN MOREY
Designer SALLY HULKE
Producer PIETER ROGERS Director VALERIE HANSON

Contributors

Unknown:
John Standing
Unknown:
Anthony Bate
Unknown:
Jill Dixon
Unknown:
Jessie Matthews
Unknown:
David Ambrose
Editor:
Mervyn Haisman
Unknown:
Ken Morey
Designer:
Sally Hulke
Producer:
Pieter Rogers
Director:
Valerie Hanson
John Tallwatch:
John Standing
Fenwick:
Anthony Bate
Nanny Webster:
Jessie Matthews
Anne Tallwatch:
Jill Dixon
Rostrovitch:
Milos Kirek
Kalgunin:
John Line
Ian Phillips:
David Firth
Woods:
Grahame Rowe
Masters:
Anthony Nash
David Tallwatch:
Paul Moss
Dr Rimmer:
Anthony Webb
Nurse Redfield:
Aileen Raymond
Smithson:
Stephen Churchett
Fildes:
John Golightly
Commissionaire:
Will Stampe
Newsreader:
Philip Voss
CID man:
Ian Barritt

The saga of an American family by ALEX HALEY
A dramatisation in six parts of the best-selling book about one man's search for his roots. Part 4 starring
Kunta Kinte has married Bell and for them and their daughter Kizzy, now 16, life on Dr William Rey nolds's plantation seems settled and happy.
Written for television by JAMES LEE and M. CHARLES COHEN Producer STAN MARGULIES Director MARVIN CHOMSKY
A DAVID L. woLPER production

Contributors

Unknown:
Alex Haley
Unknown:
Kunta Kinte
Unknown:
Dr William Rey
Television By:
James Lee
Television By:
M. Charles Cohen
Producer:
Stan Margulies
Director:
Marvin Chomsky
Unknown:
David L. Wolper
Kunta Kinte (Toby):
John Amos
Matilda:
Olivia Cole
Tom Moore:
Chuck Connors
Mingo:
Scatman Crothers
Missy Anne:
Sandy Duncan
Stephen Bennett:
George Hamilton
Noah:
Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs
Mrs Moore:
Carolyn Jones
Dr Reynolds:
Robert Reed
Sam Bennett:
Richard Roundtree
Ordell:
John Schuck
Bell:
Madge Sinclair
Kizzy:
Leslie Uggams
Chicken George:
Ben Vereen
Malizy:
Roxie Roker
Mama Ada:
Elma Jackson
Slaver:
Brion James

Mia Farrow and Julie Andrews
The first in a series of six fortnightly programmes in which Andre Previn talks to guests of his choice drawn from the world of music and the theatre. JULIE ANDREWS and MIA FARROW both talk about the early steps which led to international stardom.
Designer ANNA RIDLEY
Producer IAN ENGELMANN

Contributors

Unknown:
Julie Andrews
Talks:
Andre Previn
Unknown:
Julie Andrews
Designer:
Anna Ridley
Producer:
Ian Engelmann

A series of ten programmes Songs with a story to tell Blow the Man Down
STAN HUGILL , the last of the shanty-men, takes us aboard the Cutty Sark and shows how songs were used to work the ships in the great days of sail.
With HILARY BEHRENS (fiddle) and GREENWICH SEA CADETS
Research GILES OAKLEY
Director ANNA JACKSON
Producer VICTOR POOLE

Contributors

Unknown:
Stan Hugill
Unknown:
Cutty Sark
Unknown:
Hilary Behrens
Unknown:
Giles Oakley
Director:
Anna Jackson
Producer:
Victor Poole

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