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Story: The Wind Blew Written and illustrated by PAT HUTCHINS Presenters JULIE STEVENS , BRIAN CANT
Pianist PETER GOSLING
Designer ANDRÉE WELSTEAD HORNBY Scriptwriter/director JOHN LANE Producer ANNE COBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Illustrated By:
Pat Hutchins
Presenters:
Julie Stevens
Pianist:
Brian Cant
Pianist:
Peter Gosling
Designer:
Andrée Welstead Hornby
Director:
John Lane
Producer:
Anne Cobey
Producer:
Cynthia Felgate

A series of 11 programmes about interpersonal relationships, built around the work of a group. 5: Are You with Me? (part 1)
How far do we get across what we really want to say to one another?
What are the barriers to communication? Can words sometimes get in the way of feelings?
Introduced by GAlE HOUSTON and IAN FALLOON with SUSAN GLANVILLE and PAUL ARLINGTON
Director RON BLOOMFIELD Producer JOHN RADCLIFFE

Contributors

Introduced By:
Gale Houston
Unknown:
Ian Falloon
Unknown:
Susan Glanville
Unknown:
Paul Arlington
Director:
Ron Bloomfield
Producer:
John Radcliffe

Spring into Summer with Delia Smith
A new series of 13 programmes with a simple approach to seasonal cooking, including tonight: a stroll through Smithfield, when Delia Smith accompanies a butcher buying meat for his shop and discusses the various cuts.
3: Making the Most of Meat
Chilli con Carne; Ragout of Mutton; Peppered Liver
In these days of more and more expensive meat, it pays to find recipes calling for cuts of meat least likely to burn a hole in the housekeeping.
Producer BETTY WHITE
Family Fare 3, 35p, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown:
Delia Smith
Unknown:
Delia Smith

Bob Harris with the news, views, and sounds of today's music Doctor Hook and Joan Armatrading plus album tracks, films and guests
Director Tom CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETOM

Contributors

Unknown:
Bob Harris
Unknown:
Joan Armatrading
Director:
Tom Corcoran
Producer:
Michael Appletom

The fifth in a series of six Country Tales
A short story by IVAN BENBROOK
Read by Sara Kestelman
Cast:
Film cameraman BERNARD HEDGES Film editor JIM TOBIN Director JOHN KING (Bristol)

Contributors

Story By:
Ivan Benbrook
Read By:
Sara Kestelman
Unknown:
Bernard Hedges
Editor:
Jim Tobin
Director:
John King
Girl:
Susan Brodrick
Woodman:
Will Knightley
Miner:
Seymour Matthews

Booming Back?
Is the slump over? Is Britain heading for a boom? If so - and some experts think that way-can we modernise fast enough? Are the men in the Board Rooms ready to spend money on expansion, and can they get that money from investors and the taxpayers?
Presented by RICHARD WAKELY with ROBERT MCKENZIE
Assistant editor PAUL ELLIS Editor JOHN DEKKER
How Money Works, 40p,/rom bookshops

Contributors

Presented By:
Richard Wakely
Unknown:
Robert McKenzie
Editor:
Paul Ellis
Editor:
John Dekker

by Robert Muller.
A series of six plays.
A prince, a dictator, an Irish politician, an actor and two writers, all men of vastly different backgrounds destined to make their mark in life yet finding time for love. This series of plays looks behind the 'public' man and enters the web of romantic entanglement beginning with Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald in the Paris of 1925.

Contributors

Writer:
Robert Muller
Lighting:
Nigel Wright
Designer:
Moira Tait
Script Editor:
Frank Hatherley
Producer:
Rosemary Hill
Director:
Philip Saville
F. Scott Fitzgerald:
David Hemmings
Zelda Fitzgerald:
Annie Lambert
Ernest Hemingway:
Charles Keating
Scottie Fitzgerald:
Lamya Al-Malazi
Nanny:
Ann Queensberry
Man with moustache:
Chris Brown
Madame:
Elaine Ives-Cameron
Clara:
Seretta Wilson
Edward:
Seymour Green
Sergei:
Jonathan David
Richard:
Christopher Muncke
Callaghan:
Val Mussetti

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