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A series of programmes examining problems in labour relations.

"A foreman is afraid of the shop stewards - and he's afraid to please the shop stewards in case he comes at cross-purposes with higher management." (Liverpool Shop Steward)
What is the foreman's role on the shop floor?
Introduced by Harold Webb.

Contributors

Presenter:
Harold Webb
Director:
Nancy Thomas
Producer:
Tony Matthews

A film series based on stories from the American past.
Starring Peter Graves and David McCallum

Daniel Boone and the pioneer settlers of Boonesborough face a massive Indian attack provoked by the British.

Contributors

Narrator:
Russell Johnson
Director:
Philip Leacock
Theme music:
Richard Rodgers
Daniel Boone:
Peter Graves
Captain Hanning:
David McCallum
Simon Kenton:
Arthur Hunnicutt
Col. Callaway:
Andrew Duggan
Mrs. Callaway:
Peggy McCay
Jemima Boone:
Judee Morton

A topical magazine of the arts.
Introduced by Julian Jebb.
This edition includes:

An interview with Ann Jellicoe
Author of The Knack, The Sport of My Mad Mother, and now, just opened, Shelley.

**** and ????
A portrait of Eduardo Paolozzi, painter.

Pamphlets Without Passion
by Anthony Arblaster.

Contributors

Presenter:
Julian Jebb
Interviewee:
Ann Jellicoe
Subject (**** and ????):
Eduardo Paolozzi
Item presenter (Pamphlets Without Passion):
Anthony Arblaster
Film Editor:
Alan Martin
Director:
Leo Aylen
Director:
Jack Bond
Director:
Tristram Powell
Producer:
Melvyn Bragg

The child star Shirley Temple joins Gary Cooper, Carole Lombard in "Now and Forever"

Contributors

Director:
Henry Hathaway
Producer:
Louis D. Lighton
Story by:
Jack Kirkland
Story by:
Melville Baker
Screenplay:
Vincent Lawrence
Screenplay:
Sylvia Thalberg
Jerry Day:
Gary Cooper
Toni Carstairs:
Carole Lombard
Pennie:
Shirley Temple
Felix Evans:
Guy Standing
Mrs. Crane:
Charlotte Granville
Jeweller:
Akim Tamiroff

BBC Two England

About BBC Two

BBC Two is a lively channel of depth and substance, carrying a range of knowledge-building programming complemented by great drama, comedy and arts.

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