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with Ludovic Kennedy , Robin Day Richard Kcrshaw , Peter Woods
Throughout the week Newsday brings you the latest news. Television's most experienced interviewers bring a series of personal and topical interviews and discussions with the leaders in this country and from all over the world who make the decisions that matter and the men and women - affected by them.
Associate producer JOHN REYNOLDS Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON

Contributors

Unknown:
Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown:
Robin Day
Unknown:
Richard Kcrshaw
Unknown:
Peter Woods
Producer:
John Reynolds
Producer:
Christopher Capron

Richard Thomas as John-Boy Michael Learned as Olivia Walton Ralph Waite as John Walton Will Geer as Grandpa Ellen Corby as Grandma The Caretakers

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Thomas
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John-Boy Michael Learned
Unknown:
Olivia Walton
Unknown:
Ralph Waite
Unknown:
John Walton
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Will Geer
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Grandpa Ellen Corby

by CHARLES DICKENS
The BBC2 serial: dramatised in seven parts by JULIA JONES and DONALD CHURCHILL Lizzie (Lesley Dunlop , right) has rejected Headstone's marriage proposal. Frightened by his reaction, she has fled into hiding. Determined to prove Bella's worth, John Kokesmith continues to hide his true identity.... : Part 5
Music composed and conducted by CARL DAVIS
Script editor BETTY WILLINGALE Designer CHRIS PEMSEL
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Director PETER HAMMOND

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Dickens
Unknown:
Julia Jones
Unknown:
Donald Churchill
Unknown:
Lesley Dunlop
Unknown:
John Kokesmith
Conducted By:
Carl Davis
Editor:
Betty Willingale
Designer:
Chris Pemsel
Producer:
Martin Lisemore
Director:
Peter Hammond
Abbey Potterson:
Joan Hickson
Jenny Wren:
Polly James
Riah:
Harold Goldblatt
Bob Gliddery:
Alan Collins
Tom Tootle:
James Appleby
Rogue Riderhoood:
John Collin
Doctor:
Garth Watkins
Pleasant Riderhood:
Lois Baxter
Mr Wilfer:
Ray Mort
Bella:
Jane Seymour
Mrs Wilter:
Patricia Lawrence
Lavinia:
Debbie Ash
Mr Boffin:
Leo McKern
John Rokesmith:
John McEnery
Mrs Boffin:
Kathleen Harrison
Silas Wegg:
Alfie Bass
Mr Venus:
Ronald Lacey
Betty Higden:
Hilda Barry
Lizzie:
Lesley Dunlop
Sloppy:
David Troughton
Vicar:
Christopher Hodge

The Pathway from Madness
Schizophrenia-classical madness-is one of the major diseases of mankind. Nine million people around the world suffer from it. RICHARD CAREY has been in hospital twice with schizophrenic episodes. Through his experiences Horizon looks at what it's like to become mad, and what the problems are of returning to the community afterwards.
Schizophrenia is not multiple personality-like Jekyll and Hyde. Rather the mind fragments, breaks apart so nothing makes sense.
But what causes it? Is it inherited? Can it be prevented and if so how? After years of controversy and confusion science is beginning to answer some of these questions. The knowledge now exists to keep thousands of schizophrenics like Richard Carey sane - if the necessary care is provided.
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Film editor CHRISTOPHER WOOLLEY Editor PETER GOODCHILD
Written and produced by ROBIN BATES and VIVIENNE KING

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Carey
Unknown:
Richard Carey
Narrator:
Paul Vaughan
Editor:
Christopher Woolley
Editor:
Peter Goodchild
Produced By:
Robin Bates

The Songs of Ann Mortifee ' Nature's Way'
Sometimes I wonder
Where my life will go Sometimes I wonder
If I'll ever really know
'Cause I've been searching For such a long time ...
The music and the pictures peer and search through nature from flesh to earth to tree to sky to sea and back to flesh. The location-Vancouver, British Columbia.
Photography JOHN HOOPER
Musical arranger DOUG EDWARDS Research MARY ROSE-RICHARDS Film editor COLIN HILL
Producers JOHN BIRD , TONY BROUGHTON

Contributors

Unknown:
Ann Mortifee
Unknown:
John Hooper
Unknown:
Doug Edwards
Unknown:
Mary Rose-Richards
Editor:
Colin Hill
Producers:
John Bird
Producers:
Tony Broughton

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