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with Ludovic Kennedy
Richard Kershaw , Peter Woods
Throughout the week Newsday brings you the latest news. TV'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.
Associate producer john REYNOLDS ProducerCHRISTOPHER capron

Contributors

Unknown:
Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown:
Richard Kershaw
Unknown:
Peter Woods
Producer:
John Reynolds
Producer:
Christopher Capron

starring
The
Shivaree Olivia Walton arranges a real family wedding for the daughter of an old friend and her city-bred fiance. But a fun-loving mountain custom threatens to destroy the marriage.
Based on EARL HAMNER jr's autobiographical novel Spencer's Mountain

Contributors

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

by CHARLES DICKENS
The BBC2 serial: dramatised in seven parts by JULIA JONES and DONALD CHURCHILL Boffin's sudden miserliness has alerted Bella (Jane Seymour , right) to the evils of wealth and she has had a change of heart towards Rokesmith. Meanwhile Silas Wegg is plotting the ' Golden Dustman's ' downfall. Part 6
Music composed and conducted by CARL davis
Script editor BETTY wiliingale Designer CHRIS pf.msel
Producer martin lisemore Director PETER Hammond

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Dickens
Unknown:
Julia Jones
Unknown:
Donald Churchill
Unknown:
Jane Seymour
Unknown:
Silas Wegg
Conducted By:
Carl Davis
Editor:
Betty Wiliingale
Producer:
Martin Lisemore
Director:
Peter Hammond
Bella:
Jane Seymour
Mr Wilfer:
Ray Mort
John Rokesmith:
John McEnery
Mr Boffin:
Leo McKern
Silas Wegg:
Alfie Bass
Mr Venus:
Ronald Lacey
Sloppy:
David Troughton
Jenny Wren:
Polly James
Eugene Wrayburn:
Nicholas Jones
Mr Dolls:
Edmond Bennett
Mortimer Lightwood:
Andrew Ray
Bradley Headstone:
Warren Clarke
Rogue Riderhood:
John Collin
Lizzie:
Lesley Dunlop
on BBC Two England

Geronimo's Children
For 300 years the Apache, the Indians of the Hollywood legend, outfought Mexican, Spanish and American armies. It was only 90 years ago that their leader Geronimo surrendered and the Apache wars were over.
For the tribe there followed years of imprisonment, a struggle against an outright attempt to destroy their culture. Even in the 1950s there was no proper housing and children were dying from the cold. It was then that the Apache took their future into their own hands. Their aims - economic independence and the revival of the Indian values - have met with enormous success.
In the first such film permitted on the reservation, Horizon asks how this legendary people, with their Stone Age culture, have made the transition.
Narrator paul DANEMAN
Film editors ROY FRY , ANDREW HALL Editor PETER GOODCHILD
Written and produced by MICHAEL BARNES

Contributors

Narrator:
Paul Daneman
Editors:
Roy Fry
Editors:
Andrew Hall
Editor:
Peter Goodchild
Produced By:
Michael Barnes

The Songs of Harvey Andrews and Graham Cooper The Country Life
How much do we love or even care for our countryside? Who's the country for?
Lions, litter, concrete, black and white pub, golf club and safari park - all are game for the pens Of HARVEY ANDREWS and GRAHAM COOPER
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Photography ELMER COSSEY
Musical arranger johnny PATRICK Recorded by CHRIS LYCETT Film editor COLIN HILL
Production assistant IAN SHARP Producer john bird
Record (same title*. No bei.p 006. £2.95, or Cassette No RMC 4034, L3.25, available from record shops. Review: page 66

Contributors

Unknown:
Harvey Andrews
Unknown:
Graham Cooper
Unknown:
Harvey Andrews
Unknown:
Graham Cooper
Unknown:
Elmer Cossey
Unknown:
Johnny Patrick
Unknown:
Chris Lycett
Editor:
Colin Hill
Unknown:
Ian Sharp

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