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A series of 15 programmes
3: Is Three-million Unemployed the Answer?
Is rising unemployment the price we have to pay for bringing inflation under control, or will it further weaken our economy?
Director ROBERT ALBURY Producer CHRIS JELLEY
Book (same title), £1.60, from bookshops

Contributors

Director:
Robert Albury
Producer:
Chris Jelley

A special edition
The Rt Hon Lord Selwyn-Lloyd talks for the first time about his life at the top in politics - Foreign Secretary at the time of Suez, the first Chancellor of the Exchequer to introduce a pay policy; Speaker of the House of Commons 1971-76. Interviewer Kenneth Harris following the news from Richard Whitmore
Producer MARGARET DOUGLAS

Contributors

Interviewer:
Kenneth Harris
Unknown:
Richard Whitmore
Producer:
Margaret Douglas

for the BBC2 Trophy Swinton v St Helens
Highlights of the first half and live coverage of the second half from Station Road.
Commentator EDDIE WARING Summariser ERIC ASHTON
Producer NICK HUNTER. BBC Manchester

Contributors

Commentator:
Eddie Waring
Commentator:
Summariser Eric Ashton
Producer:
Nick Hunter.

starring Tim Brooke-Taylor Graeme Garden Bill Oddie
Era 2001. The new generation of Goodies rediscover the ancient game of cricket and stage the match of the century - MCC (retired) versus Rollerball
With Oliver Gilbert

Contributors

Writer:
Graeme Garden
Writer:
Bill Oddie
Additional material:
Tim Brooke-Taylor
Music:
Bill Oddie
Music:
Dave MacRae
Film Editor:
John Jarvis
Film Cameraman:
Reg Pope
Visual Effects:
Peter Day
Designer:
Peter Blacker
Producer:
Jim Franklin
Tim:
Tim Brooke-Taylor
Graeme:
Graeme Garden
Bill:
Bill Oddie
[Actor]:
Oliver Gilbert

A free-wheeling adaptation of the Chinese classic in ten episodes.
A thousand years ago, in China, the souls of 108 heroes were reborn to fight the tyranny and corruption of the Government. They lived by their wits and their swords in the water margins of Liang Shan Po.
-6: Bandits who steal are executed but those who steal kingdoms become princes.
With the voices of MICHAEL MCCLAIN
MIRIAM MARGOLYES , PETER MARINKER SIMON LACK , RUPERT DAVIES
FRANK DUNCAN and BURT KWUOK
English adaptation by DAVID WEIR
Director TOSHIO MASUDA
Dubbing director MICHAEL BAKEWELL Produced by NTV, Tokyo

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael McClain
Unknown:
Miriam Margolyes
Unknown:
Peter Marinker
Unknown:
Simon Lack
Unknown:
Rupert Davies
Unknown:
Frank Duncan
Unknown:
Burt Kwuok
Unknown:
David Weir
Director:
Toshio Masuda
Director:
Michael Bakewell
Lin Chung:
Atsuo Nakamura
Hu San-niang:
Sanae Tsuchida
Kao Chiu:
Kei Sato
Wang Lam:
Yoshiro Kitahara

Reporter Jack Pizzey
'Rampage at the Carnival'... 'Battle at Notting Hill'... Headlines that told how everything had gone disastrously wrong. How did people who had worked for weeks making fantastic costumes and practising music for a carnival they hoped would be 'a little piece of heaven in the streets' suddenly find themselves caught in a battle between police and stone-throwing mobs? There are no simple answers, of course, but this film goes back to the beginning and follows the would-be revellers; the police; and the key men behind the carnival, as they make the plans that ended with bricks, truncheons and chaos.

'Carnival isn't just a chance to have a happy time, drink a lot of rum, fall down and forget. It's a time when our kids can identify with something that is ours.' As expressed by one of the organisers, that was the hope of Carnival 76. But it all went disastrously wrong. Summer of 76 tells the story of the Notting Hill' Carnival:' 10.15 pm

Contributors

Reporter:
Jack Pizzey
Cameraman:
Philip Bonham-Carter
Film recordist:
Chris King
Film Editor:
Peter Orton
Producer:
Shirley Fisher

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