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Mrs Cluckabiddy Writes a Song by STEPHEN WEAVER
Illustrated by JULEK HELLER
Guest storyteller Percy Edwards PresentersCAROL CHELL , STAN ARNOLD

Contributors

Unknown:
Mrs Cluckabiddy
Unknown:
Stephen Weaver
Illustrated By:
Julek Heller
Unknown:
Percy Edwards
Presenters:
Carol Chell
Presenters:
Stan Arnold

2.30 Golden Hind Stakes (Old Mile)
3.5 Joe Coral Victoria Cup (Handicap: 7 furlongs)
3.40 Paradise Stakes (2 miles)
4.10 Crocker Bulteel Stakes (Handicap: 7 furlongs) Commentators
PETER O'SULLEVAN , CLIVE GRAHAM Interviewer JULIAN WILSON
TV presentation DENNIS MONGER

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter O'Sullevan
Unknown:
Clive Graham
Interviewer:
Julian Wilson
Unknown:
Dennis Monger

4: It Takes all Sorts
There are a few hundred species of fish on a coral reef. Why should there be so many? ROLAND VON HENTIG observes the way fish Jive and relates it to their shape and abilities. Lion fish are all spines and no fins - if sharks stop swimming they fall to the bottom.
Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY A BBC/NDR co-production
Coral World, £3.20, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown:
Roland Von Hentig
Producer:
David Cordingley

A second programme recorded at Britain's biggest country music event
The Sixth International Festival from the Empire Pool, Wembley Nashville star Bill Anderson introduces
The Oakridge Boys
Patsy Sledd, Mac Wiseman Johnny Rodriguez
Organiser MERVYN CONN
Commentator DAVID ALLAN Director DON SAYER
Producer DOUGLAS HESPE

Contributors

Introduces:
Bill Anderson
Unknown:
Mac Wiseman
Unknown:
Johnny Rodriguez
Unknown:
Organiser Mervyn Conn
Commentator:
David Allan
Director:
Don Sayer
Producer:
Douglas Hespe

Federico Fellini
As a prelude to the Fellini ' World Cinema ' season on BBC2 Philip Jenkinson talks to the noted Italian director.
Producer BARRY BROWN
Philip Jenkinson : page 9

Contributors

Unknown:
Federico Fellini
Talks:
Philip Jenkinson
Producer:
Barry Brown
Unknown:
Philip Jenkinson

A series of six plays created by MIDGE MACKENZIE , VERITY LAMBERT GEORGIA BROWN
5: Outrage by HUGH WHITEMORE also starring
The campaign grows: suffragettes destroy property and Emily Wilding Davison becomes a martyr to the cause.
Make-up CECILE LAY-ARTHUR Costume JOAN ELLACOTT Designer EILEEN DISS
Producer VERITY LAMBERT Director MOIRA ARMSTRONG
A RADIO TIMES SPECIAL (same title) is on sale from newsagents, price 30p

Contributors

Unknown:
Midge MacKenzie
Unknown:
Hugh Whitemore
Producer:
Verity Lambert
Director:
Moira Armstrong
Mrs Pankhurst:
Sian Phillips
Annie Kenney:
Georgia Brown
Sylvia Pankhurst:
Angela Down
Christabel Pankhurst:
Patricia Quinn
Dr Ethel Smyth:
Maureen Pryor
Emily Wilding Davison:
Sheila Ballantine
Mary Richardson:
Valerie Colgan
Zelie Emerson:
Lana Traverse
First labourer:
Ray Barron
Second labourer:
Clifford Cox
Alice Marlowe:
Hazel Douglas
Waiter:
Ray Marioni
Melvina Walker:
Andonia Katsaros
Junior Minister:
Tom MacAulay
Prisoner:
Sheelah Wilcocks
Prison doctor:
John Garvin
Wardress:
Nickola Sterne
Workman:
Harry Davis
Male warder:
James Appleby
Maisie Dunn:
Rosalind Ayres
May Kittel:
Lucinda MacDonald
Ida Kittel:
Tricia Clarke
Stella Kittel:
Anne-Louise Wakefield
Male voice:
Richard Hurndall
Nurse Pine:
Claire Davenport
Woman at bazaar:
Beryl Nesbitt
Flora Drummond:
Sally Miles
First East End girl:
Irene Barkett
Second East End girl:
Pamela Saire
Jack Dunn:
Bob Hoskins

A tangle of two tongues in Canada reported by David Parry-Jones .
Exactly 200 years ago a British Act of Parliament guaranteed the status of the French language in Quebec. Today, the 'French Fact' has exploded across the continent and all of Canada is officially a bi-lingual nation, for good or ill.
Cameraman TOM FRISWELL
Film editor CHRIS LAWRENCE Written and produced by SELWYN RODERICK

Contributors

Reported By:
David Parry-Jones
Editor:
Chris Lawrence
Produced By:
Selwyn Roderick

BBC Two England

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More