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A series of five programmes on skills for trade unionists 4: Branch Meeting
FRANK CASEY , a new shop steward, speaks to a motion. But will he survive the battle of the amendments?
Written by BOB HOULTON Director CHARLES PASCOE Producer TONY MATTHEWS

Contributors

Unknown:
Frank Casey
Written By:
Bob Houlton
Director:
Charles Pascoe
Producer:
Tony Matthews
on BBC Two England

with Ludovic Kennedy , Robin Day Richard Kershaw , Peter Woods
Every weekday evening brings you the News and a longer look at the important questions of our time with the men and women involved.

Contributors

Unknown:
Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown:
Robin Day
Unknown:
Richard Kershaw
Unknown:
Peter Woods

with Percy Thrower at Clacks Farm
In the south and parts of the Midlands sowing in the vegetable garden begins in earnest. Final preparation of the seed beds and first sowings of onions, parsnips and broad beans are some of the tasks which PERCY THROWER and ARTHUR BILLITT tackle, in this first programme for .1976 from Clacks Farm.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR BBC Birmingham
(Percy Thrower 's Guide to Gardeners' World, 50p, from bookshops)

Contributors

Unknown:
Percy Thrower
Unknown:
Arthur Billitt
Producer:
Barrie Edgar
Unknown:
Percy Thrower

A special edition directly from Paris with extracts from the current season. Among them
Jeanne Moreau in Wedekind's "Lulu" and the amazing Madeleine Renaud in Marguerite Duras's "Days in the Trees".
Plus an interview with the actress Delphine Seyrig.

Contributors

Actress:
Jeanne Moreau
Actress:
Madeleine Renaud
Interviewee:
Delphine Seyrig
Executive Producer:
David Cheshire
Producer:
Peter Adam

Special guest star
Dame Edna Everage with MADELEINE ORR , BETTY TURNER
JOYCE WINDSOR and JOAN BAKEWELL and THE NIGEL LYTHGOE DANCERS
' As sweet as a Strawberry Pav lova, as strong as a Holt's Hoist; her voice would charm the kookaburras from the trees.' With this chorus of praise ringing in her ears and recently honoured for her services to Australian culture, Edna Everage returns to what she graciously calls ' this sceptered isle' to make a little pilgrimage to Shakespeare's birthplace and to reveal the secrets of life with her Norm. in a unique TV interview.
Written by BARRY HUMPHFTIES With IAN DAVIDSON
Musical director KEN JONES
Special staging NIGEL LYTHGOE Film sequences directed by ROGER RACE
Film editor BILL WRIGHT
Film cameraman NIGEL WALLIS Designer ALLAN ANSON Producer TERRY HUGHES

Contributors

Unknown:
Dame Edna Everage
Unknown:
Madeleine Orr
Unknown:
Betty Turner
Unknown:
Joan Bakewell
Dancers:
Nigel Lythgoe
Unknown:
Strawberry Pav
Unknown:
Edna Everage
Written By:
Barry Humphries
Written By:
With Ian Davidson
Director:
Ken Jones
Unknown:
Nigel Lythgoe
Directed By:
Roger Race
Editor:
Bill Wright
Unknown:
Nigel Wallis
Designer:
Allan Anson
Producer:
Terry Hughes

Derek Nimmo concludes his present series with more people who play and live life to the full.
Research EVE LUCAS
Programme associates
NEIL SHAND and OLGA KERSNER Designer ROBERT BERK
Producer GARETH GWENLAN

Contributors

Unknown:
Derek Nimmo
Unknown:
Neil Shand
Unknown:
Olga Kersner
Designer:
Robert Berk
Producer:
Gareth Gwenlan

Devised by ATHOL FUGARD
JOHN KANI and WINSTON NTSHONA with (Winners of Broadway's Tony Award for the Best Acting Performances-of 1974) Two black South Africans discover what it means to lose a passbook, in a country where your passbook is your identity, in this vivid and original play about an everyday tragedy in the land of apartheid.
Script editor ANN SCOTT
Designer MICHAEL EDWARDS Producer GRAEME MCDONALD
Director JOHN DAVIES
Fast, funny and fierce (THE GUARDIAN)

Contributors

Unknown:
John Kani
Unknown:
Winston Ntshona
Editor:
Ann Scott
Designer:
Michael Edwards
Producer:
Graeme McDonald
Director:
John Davies
Styles and Buntu:
John Kani
Sizwe Bansi:
Winston Ntshona

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