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Jobs for the Girls
Why do only 25% of girls do any kind of job training after school? Is it conditioning, lack of opportunity, or both?
Producer SUZANNE DAVIES
Series producer JOHN TWITCHIN

Contributors

Producer:
Suzanne Davies
Producer:
John Twitchin

This week: In Whose Interest?
On the north coast of Anglesey, construction has already begun on a super-tanker oil terminal for Shell. It is a £50-million development which promises unexpected wealth, new jobs and financial security.
But there is a price to pay for this hope of a rosy future. The Anglesey Defence Action Group claim that the price is too high; that there is a grave risk of oil spillage on holiday beaches; that an area of outstanding beauty will be destroyed.
The oil men say the terminal is ' in the nation's interest '; that it is necessary to meet the increasing need for oil products in the Midlands and the North West.
Harold Williamson examines the arguments for both sides, and Desmond Wilcox chairs a town meeting with oil men, planners and the people of Anglesey.
Producer BRIAN JAMES Editor ADAM CLAPHAM
To pipe or not to pipe: page 3

Contributors

Unknown:
Harold Williamson
Unknown:
Desmond Wilcox
Producer:
Brian James
Editor:
Adam Clapham

by Jeremy Burnham
Starring William Gaunt

Lord, sent to a lonely house in Scotland, finds he is not alone. And he has a flair for making enemies.

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Contributors

Writer:
Jeremy Burnham
Producer:
Jordan Lawrence
Director:
Gareth Davies
Lord:
William Gaunt
Major Ryder:
Geoffrey Palmer
Alison Ryder:
Denise Buckley
Van driver:
Jackie Farrell
Craig:
James Copeland
Ellis:
Michael Gambon
Henley:
Leslie Schofield
Bowen:
Godfrey James
Street:
Malcolm Terris
Jarrett:
Garfield Morgan
Newman:
Victor Winding

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