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A series of programmes examining problems in labour relations.

An unofficial strike threatens production in an engineering factory. The dispute is seen through the eyes of the chief participants-a worker and his shop steward, a foreman, and a works manager.
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, David McCallum

Daniel Boone and the pioneer settlers of Boonesborough face a massive Indian attack provoked by the British.
(Postponed from October 27)

Contributors

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

with Paul Tortelier
Second of a new series of six programmes in which the distinguished French cellist coaches advanced students and professional musicians.
Tonight: Tortelier prepares and performs movements from Brahms's Cello Sonata in E minor, Op. 38
with Richard Markson (cello), Jan Stegenga (cello) and Geoffrey Pratley (piano)
(Postponed from October 20)
(Beethoven's 'Archduke' Trio: Nov. 17)

Contributors

Presenter/Cellist:
Paul Tortelier
Cellist:
Richard Markson
Cellist:
Jan Stegenga
Pianist:
Geoffrey Pratley
Producer:
Brian Large

The second of two programmes.
Starring Blues singer, Joe Turner, Buck Clayton (trumpet), Vic Dickenson (trombone) with Humphrey Lyttelton and his Band.
Introduced by Humphrey Lyttelton.
(Vic Dickenson appears by arrangement with Harold Davison)
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Contributors

Singer:
Joe Turner
Trumpeter:
Buck Clayton
Trombonist:
Vic Dickenson
Musicians:
Humphrey Lyttelton and his Band
Presenter:
Humphrey Lyttelton
Producer:
Terry Henebery

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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