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An adaptation of Martin Ross and Edith Somerville's witty tales set in turn-of-the-century Ireland, read by Jim Norton. 8: TheAussolas
Martin Cat. Flurry Knox sets out to foil hisgrandmother's attempts to sell the house. Abridged by Sarah Kilgarriff

Contributors

Unknown:
Martin Ross
Read By:
Jim Norton.
Abridged By:
Sarah Kilgarriff

The first of three programmes to find the UK's finest youth brass band. The first semi-final features the Smithills School Senior
Brass Band from Bofton, conducted by Chris Wormaid , and St Keverne Youth Brass Band from the Lizard, Cornwall, conducted by Derek Greenwood.
Presented by Frank Renton. Producers Bob McDowall and Cali Snook

Contributors

Conducted By:
Chris Wormaid
Conducted By:
Derek Greenwood.
Presented By:
Frank Renton.
Producers:
Bob McDowall
Producers:
Cali Snook

David Jacobs presents a series on the successful
Oscar-winning so ngwriting duo Alan and Marilyn Bergman. 3: Where Is It Written? With
Marvin Hamlisch , Johnny Mathis and Billy Goldenberg.

Contributors

Unknown:
David Jacobs
Unknown:
Marilyn Bergman.
Unknown:
Marvin Hamlisch
Unknown:
Johnny Mathis
Unknown:
Billy Goldenberg.

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