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Introduced by Simon Parkin - starting with:

Playbus
which stops today at The Patch Stop at Middleton, Manchester.
Story: "Stan and the Dumper"

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC):
Simon Parkin
Storyteller (Playbus):
Trish Cooke
Writer (Stan and the Dumper) (Playbus):
Kathleen Dean
Illustrator (Stan and the Dumper) (Playbus):
Jean de Lemos
Producer (Playbus):
Anne Gobey
Patch's friend (Playbus):
Colin Kerrigan

by Gary Hopkins.
"Paul! This interview. Pete's threatened to break every bone in my body if I say anything. What would you do?"
(For cast see page 58)
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Writer:
Gary Hopkins
Director:
Philip Draycott

Les Dawson has a great head for comedy, and he should have it examined regularly. You can do just that tonight in the last of this series of music and humour.
Special guests: Leo Sayer , Christopher Timothy , The Fairer Sax with Lia Malcolm and Wayne Eagling.
Musical director JOHN COLEMAN
Choreography GRAHAM FLETCHER Written by LES DAWSON.
CHARLIE ADAMS. PAUL ALEXANDER. GAVIN OSBON and ANDY WALKER Design JOHN ANDERSON
Production STEWART MORRIS

Contributors

Unknown:
Leo Sayer
Unknown:
Christopher Timothy
Unknown:
Lia Malcolm
Unknown:
Wayne Eagling.
Director:
John Coleman
Unknown:
Choreography Graham Fletcher
Unknown:
Charlie Adams.
Unknown:
Paul Alexander.
Unknown:
Andy Walker
Design:
John Anderson
Unknown:
Stewart Morris

starring Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones. The Untreated Version with Janine Duvitski Chris Langham Josie Lawrence
Maggie Ollerenshaw Heather Tobias and Kate Williams.
Original music by PETER BREWIS Written by CLIVE ANDERSON ,
ROBIN DRISCOLL. SIMON GREENALL. PETE MCCARTHY. PAUL SMITH.
TERRY RYAN and GRIFF RHYS JONES Director JOHN KILBY Producer JAMIE RIX
A Talkback production for BBCtv •CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Mel Smith
Unknown:
Griff Rhys Jones.
Unknown:
Janine Duvitski
Unknown:
Chris Langham
Unknown:
Josie Lawrence
Unknown:
Maggie Ollerenshaw
Unknown:
Heather Tobias
Unknown:
Kate Williams.
Music By:
Peter Brewis
Written By:
Clive Anderson
Written By:
Robin Driscoll.
Written By:
Simon Greenall.
Written By:
Pete McCarthy.
Unknown:
Paul Smith.
Unknown:
Terry Ryan
Unknown:
Griff Rhys Jones
Director:
John Kilby
Producer:
Jamie Rix

The weekly opportunity for the general public to pose the questions and debate the answers with those in power, those who seek it and those who influence events.
Among the guests with Peter Sissons this evening at the Greenwood Theatre in London are:
Menzies Campbell, QC, mp Bryan Gould , MP and Chantel Cuer.
Producer SUE ROBERTSON Editor BARBARA MAXWELL

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Sissons
Unknown:
Bryan Gould
Unknown:
Chantel Cuer.
Producer:
Sue Robertson
Editor:
Barbara Maxwell

starring Sharon Gless as Chris Cagney and Tyne Daly as Mary Beth Lacey in Burnt Out
Mary Beth gradually loses control of balancing her hectic life as a detective and as a housewife and mother. Written by DEL REISMAN Directed by DON WEIS (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Sharon Gless
Unknown:
Chris Cagney
Unknown:
Tyne Daly
Unknown:
Mary Beth Lacey
Unknown:
Mary Beth
Written By:
Del Reisman
Directed By:
Don Weis

In the final programme of the series, Martyn Lewis and Lynn Perrie look at some of the recent successes in cancer treatment, and the exciting developments in the medical profession's ability to target treatments more specifically at each patient. Graphics PETER LOAM

Contributors

Unknown:
Martyn Lewis
Unknown:
Lynn Perrie

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