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Mr. and Mrs. Mumbo
with Reginald Jeffryes.

Stories of the Piano: 1: Beethoven
told by Sidney Harrison.

Men at Work: The Coalminer
A miner from South Wales, with the help of Alun Williams, tells you about his job.

(to 17.40)

Contributors

Illustrator (Mr. and Mrs. Mumbo):
Reginald Jeffryes
Script (Mr. and Mrs. Mumbo):
Tom Twigge
Presenter/pianist (Stories of the Piano):
Sidney Harrison
Presenter (Men at Work):
Alun Williams

Members of the public at a meeting in Newcastle take part in a free and frank exchange of views.
With
Sir Claude Gibb, F.R.S., Industrialist
Sam Watson, Secretary, Durham Miners' Association
Dennis Chapman, Senior Lecturer in Social Science, Liverpool University
In the Chair, Lyall Wilkes

Contributors

Panellist:
Sir Claude Gibb
Panellist:
Sam Watson
Panellist:
Dennis Chapman
Chairman:
Lyall Wilkes
Arranged by:
Grahame D. Miller
Presented by:
Derek Burrell-Davis

Introduced by Eric Robinson.
With Malcuzynski, Sari Barabas, Anna Russell, Rekha Devi, Camilleri and Elizabeth Boyd, Winifred Barman, Joan Bramhall, Frea Harrington, Jean Waugh, Margaret Young, Leslie Andrews, Bowles Bevan, Fred Davies, John Holmes, David Kelly, John L. Mitchison, Edward Morgan, Brendan O'Dowda, David Sharpe.
Concert Orchestra (Leader, Sidney Sax)
See page 15

Contributors

Presenter:
Eric Robinson
Pianist:
null Malcuzynski
Soprano:
Sari Barabas
Singer:
Anna Russell
Performer:
Rekha Devi
Accordionist:
null Camilleri
Singer:
Elizabeth Boyd
Singer:
Winifred Barman
Singer:
Joan Bramhall
Singer:
Frea Harrington
Singer:
Jean Waugh
Singer:
Margaret Young
Singer:
Leslie Andrews
Singer:
Bowles Bevan
Singer:
Fred Davies
Singer:
John Holmes
Singer:
David Kelly
Singer:
John L. Mitchison
Singer:
Edward Morgan
Tenor:
Brendan O'Dowda
Singer:
David Sharpe
Musical Associate:
James Turner
Musicians:
Concert Orchestra
Orchestra leader:
Sidney Sax
Designer:
Stephen Taylor
Producer:
Patricia Foy

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