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Kipper Pate; Spiced Baked Gammon and Cumberland Sauce
Director JOHN LONGLEY Producer BETTY WHITE
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Unknown:
Delia Smith
Director:
John Longley

by MICHAEL FLANDERS and JOSEPH HOROVITZ sung by the King's Singers performed by the children of St Paul 's Way School, Bow, E4
A high-spirited musical version oj the old story
Children under the direction of JENNY DAVIES
Designer BABET Haider
Producer DAVID TURNBULL

Contributors

Unknown:
Joseph Horovitz
Unknown:
St Paul
Designer:
Babet Haider
Producer:
David Turnbull

Less Taxing for Some?
A taxpayer's affairs are traditionally private. So, too, are the activities of the Inland Revenue whose job it is to collect the tax. But how much tax is evaded each year, and what chance do the Inland Revenue really have of catching the evaders? Last year the tax men recovered less defrauded tax than in 1960. Are we more honest or just more devious? For the first time, the men from the Revenue talk to The Money Programme about the scale of evasion in Britain today. Presented by BRIAN WIDLAKE
With PAUL GRIFFITHS , DAVID TAYLOR and ROBERT MCKENZIE
Producer PETER DUNKLEY Editor JOHN DEKKER

Contributors

Presented By:
Brian Widlake
Unknown:
Paul Griffiths
Unknown:
David Taylor
Unknown:
Robert McKenzie
Producer:
Peter Dunkley
Editor:
John Dekker

The Camera of Phil Meheux and the Songs of David Campbell One Child Gone to the North
DAVID CAMPBELL, West Indian poet and singer, charts the emigration of his people from their tropical islands to the cities of the Mother Country -why they came and what they have experienced here. His songs portray the West Indian community in Moss Side, Manchester, on the inside looking out.
Musical arranger Russ HENDERSON Musicians THE RUSS HENDERSON BAN Producer JOHN BIRD
Director clem vallance

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Unknown:
Phil Meheux
Unknown:
David Campbell
Unknown:
Russ Henderson
Producer:
John Bird
Director:
Clem Vallance

starring Philippe Leroy
The story in four dramatic episodes of the most complete genius of all time.
Renaissance Italy provides a magnificent backcloth to this lavish account of the life and work of Leonardo da Vinci. Based on his own diaries and Vasari's biography, it includes hundreds of original drawings and meticulous reconstructions.
4: Royal Patronage and Reflection
Supported by a sympathetic French king, Leonardo passes his last days in the beautiful Loire valley under the ever-watchful eye of the ' Mona Lisa,' his greatest achievement.
Sets and costumes designed by ELIO FRIGLRIO . Music by ROMAN VLAD
Director of photography TONI SECCHI
Created for Radiotelevisione Italians by RENATO CASTELLANI ; adapted and narrated for BBCtv by EDWIN MULLINS English version directed by WILLIAM FITZWATER
Presented by DAVID FRANCIS

Contributors

Unknown:
Philippe Leroy
Designed By:
Elio Friglrio
Music By:
Roman Vlad
Unknown:
Toni Secchi
Unknown:
Renato Castellani
Unknown:
Edwin Mullins
Directed By:
William Fitzwater
Presented By:
David Francis
Leonardo da Vinci:
Philippe Leroy
Pandolfini:
Carlo Dori
Francesco Melzi:
Carlo Simoni
Pier Soderini MINO:
Dal Fabbro
Louis XII CHRISTIAlN DE:
La Tiljere
Due d'Amboise:
Germano Longo
Pope Leo X:
Mario Riccardini

' The best present you can give a young couple today is a tin opener ' - a characteristic remark from a disillusioned countryman. Yet 100 years ago English cooking was thought, even by some French-men. to be the finest in the world. Now Britain's regional foods are in danger of being packaged and processed out of existence. Severnside
This programme considers one region - Severnside. It examines the disappearance of Gloucestershire's succulent pork and strong cheese; and why it's the bottom of the barrel for scrumpy cider. Narrator DEREK JONES
Producer ANDREW SNELL (Manchester)

Contributors

Producer:
Andrew Snell

BBC Two England

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