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Story: Mrs Toppledopple`s New Hat Written by PHYLLIS PEARCE
Illustrated by CHARLES FRONT Presenters this week
Delia Morgan , Fred Harris

Contributors

Unknown:
Mrs Toppledopple`s New Hat
Written By:
Phyllis Pearce
Illustrated By:
Charles Front
Unknown:
Delia Morgan
Unknown:
Fred Harris

Ten programmes for physically disabled people.
6: Educationally handicapped?
Does physical handicap inevitably lead to educational handicap? CORBET WOODALL and JILL LUMB look at educational opportunities.
Director CHARLES PASCOE Producer IAN WOOLF

Contributors

Unknown:
Corbet Woodall
Director:
Charles Pascoe
Producer:
Ian Woolf

Aspects of Delinquency
Introduced by LAURIE TAYLOR Professor of Sociology, University of York
Home, Sweet Home ...
In the seventh of ten documentaries LAURIE TAYLOR looks at the role of the Assessment Centre and Community School.
Producer GORDON CROTON

Contributors

Introduced By:
Laurie Taylor
Unknown:
Laurie Taylor

Ten programmes about communicating through the spoken word 7: First Language
Most children learn hundreds of words and a great deal of grammar before they are four. Parents can help in this process.
Introduced by ANDREW WILKINSON
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
(Wordpower Correspondence Course is published with this series. Details from [address removed])

Contributors

Introduced By:
Andrew Wilkinson
Producer:
Bernard Adams

One year in Heddington, Wiltshire. A documentary serial in seven parts 1: A Scattered Village, a Mucky Village
November 1975, and the lanes are splattered with mud - and worse. Should the farmers clean up the mess their cows are making? And I there's another problem. The i Parochial Church Council is faced I with the task of raising £10,000 in a hurry. If it fails to do so, the church roof will collapse. The only solution - and that is fraught with problems - is to sell their one heirloom, an Elizabethan flagon. To crown all, Mother Goose , the village panto, runs into disaster on the very eve of the First Night. Narrator DAVID PRITCHARD
Film editor JOHN BARNES
Producer MARK ANDERSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Mother Goose
Editor:
John Barnes
Producer:
Mark Anderson

A television special made entirely on location on the island of Hawaii with guest stars
Petula Clark , George Carlin and Don Ho also featuring
Tavana's Polynesian Troupe
Choral supervision and special musical material RAY CHARLES
Musical director NICK PERITO Written by NICK CASTLE JR
Producer/directorDICK FOSTER
Executive producerBOB BANNER

Contributors

Unknown:
Petula Clark
Unknown:
George Carlin
Unknown:
Ray Charles
Director:
Nick Perito
Written By:
Nick Castle
Director:
Dick Foster
Producer:
Bob Banner

A six-part series by John Challen
starring Frank Windsor, Colin Douglas, Michael Byrne
Russell invites Fisher and Philips with their wives to dinner. After a pleasant meal, the conversation inevitably turns to 'shop' and the occasion becomes distinctly less than sociable.

Contributors

Writer:
John Challen
Theme Music:
Dudley Simpson
Studio Lighting:
Sam Barclay
Designer:
Daphne Shortman
Producer:
Raymond Menmuir
Director:
Richard Martin
Fisher:
Frank Windsor
Philips:
Colin Douglas
Margaret Fisher:
Ann Kennedy
June:
Lucinda Curtis
Mrs Foster:
Cherry Morris
Patterson:
Brian Oulton
Andrew:
Davidson Knight
Peter:
Michael Friedlander
Russell:
Michael Byrne
Edwards:
David Hargreaves
Saunders:
Ian Thompson
Hart:
Tom Georgeson
Eric:
Colm Daly
Clive:
Jesse Birdsall
Christopher:
Patrick Leslie
Claire Russell:
Geraldine Moffatt
Betty Philips:
Peggy Ann Wood

A 13-part personal view by John Kenneth Galbraith of the rise and crisis of Industrial Society 7 : The Mandarin Revolution
' But Keynes, who was once a heretic, is now the prophet of the established faith, and the faithful are still waiting for his remedies against inflation to work.'
The Depression years were a miserable treadmill that seemed endless. Rescue came with the policies Of JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES , who drew the blueprint for the post-war economic boom. PROFESSOR GALBRAITH recalls his own involvement in those momentous years.
Film cameramen
PHIL MEHEUX ,HENRY FARRAR Film editorPAM BOSWORTH ProducerDICK GTLLING
Executive producer ADRIAN MALONE
Book (same title), £7.25 from bookshops from 24 February

Contributors

Unknown:
John Kenneth Galbraith
Unknown:
John Maynard Keynes
Unknown:
Professor Galbraith
Unknown:
Phil Meheux
Unknown:
Henry Farrar
Editor:
Pam Bosworth
Producer:
Dick Gtlling
Producer:
Adrian Malone

Auntie Kathleen's Old Clothes by MICHAEL HASTINGS
Right daft, the family call Auntie Kathleen. As for Uncle Eddie , he's a toad. For young Gerald, a visit to the old house is a step into a strange, adult world.
Script editor ALAN SEYMOUR Designer PETER KINDRED Producer ANNE HEAD Director FRANK cox

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Hastings
Unknown:
Auntie Kathleen.
Unknown:
Uncle Eddie
Editor:
Alan Seymour
Designer:
Peter Kindred
Producer:
Anne Head
Director:
Frank Cox
Auntie Kathleen:
Brenda Bruce
Uncle Eddie:
John Stratton
Gerald:
Kevin Moreton
Nancy:
Helen Horton

Regional Variations (2)

Open Door

The Scottish Minorities Group: Glad to Be Gay?

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

The public access TV programme opens its doors to the Scottish Minorities Group, which works for the rights and welfare of gay men and women. (1976) Show more

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