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A weekly programme on the expanding world of leisure with Jeremy James,
Christopher Rainbow
Including:
The Cult of Judo
Judo, once a purely Japanese art, receives its accolade as an international sport this month when it appears for the first time in the Olympic Games. But judo is no merely a sport: it has its own philosophy' Time Out finds what it's all about... traces its rise as a leisure pursuit in Britain... talks to the man who pioneered it as an international sport and who still practices judo in his eightieth year.

Contributors

Presenter:
Jeremy James
Presenter:
Christopher Rainbow
Producer:
Dick Gilling
Producer:
Bob Duncan
Producer:
Bill Fitzwater
Producer:
Roy Harris
Cameraman:
Butch Calderwood
Sound:
Maurice Everett
Film Editor:
Bert Meadows
Film Editor:
Roy Fry
Film Editor:
John House
Studio Director:
Tom Conway
Associate Editor:
Phil Pilley
Editor:
Christopher Brasher

A filmed production by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation of Charles E. Israel's play.
Starring James Doohan
with Alice Hill, Budd Knapp, Arch McDonell
and introducing Janis Orenstein as Abbie

Contributors

Author:
Charles E. Israel
Produced and directed by:
Paul Almond
Paul:
James Doohan
[Actress]:
Alice Hill
Minister:
Budd Knapp
[Actor]:
Arch McDonell
Abbie:
Janis Orenstein

Gordon Wilkins covers the world of motoring.

This week: French Flair
A report from Paris on New fashions in cars at the 51st Salon de I'Automobile.
with Robin Richards and Michael Frostick
Presented in collaboration with the French Television Service

Contributors

Presenter:
Gordon Wilkins
Reporter:
Robin Richards
Reporter:
Michael Frostick
Research:
John Ebbrell
Research:
Ken Pitman
Director:
Douglas Hespe
Producer:
Brian Robins

BBC Two England

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