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Story: Harry's Walk
Written by URSULA DANIELS
Illustrated by GINGER TILLEY Presenters this week
Karen Platt , Brian Cant

Contributors

Written By:
Ursula Daniels
Illustrated By:
Ginger Tilley
Unknown:
Karen Platt

2: Mixing Colours
Have you ever said to yourself, I wish I could paint? IAN SIMPSON shows you how to begin.
Director TERRY DOYLE
Producer VICTOR POOLE

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Unknown:
Ian Simpson
Director:
Terry Doyle
Producer:
Victor Poole

The Self-help Show
Presented by Maggie Pinhorn and lain Watkinson
People getting together to help themselves; sharing problems and finding answers.
One family in ten is headed by a lone parent - tonight, Grapevine includes a look at ways in which these parents can get together to tackle some of their problems.
Also Grapevine's regular News-board - exchanging and updating information.
Director MARILYN WHEATCROFT Producer MIKE BOLLAND
The Community Programme Unit

Contributors

Presented By:
Maggie Pinhorn
Director:
Marilyn Wheatcroft
Producer:
Mike Bolland

Regional Variations (2)

The Two Ronnies

Series 5

Episode 8

Duration: 45 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

A spoof of Tomorrow's World shows labour-saving devices from the kitchen of the future. The story of the Phantom Raspberry Blower of Old London Town comes to an end. Show more

Introduced by Rene Cutforth
A programme from the BBCtv Archives for each of the past 25 years: 1952
Retrospect 1952
Television Newsreel's review of the year.
The voices:
EDWARD HALLIDAY , FRANK PHILLIPS
CHARLES GARDNER
MICHAEL HENDERSON
CHRISTOPHER STAGG
Script by PAUL FOX and MICHAEL BALKWILL Film editor THOMAS A. oliver Producer RICHARD CAWSTON

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Introduced By:
Rene Cutforth
Unknown:
Edward Halliday
Unknown:
Frank Phillips
Unknown:
Charles Gardner
Unknown:
Michael Henderson
Unknown:
Christopher Stagg
Script By:
Paul Fox
Script By:
Michael Balkwill
Editor:
Thomas A. Oliver
Producer:
Richard Cawston

Can a supermarket cashier, a television repair man, or a chemical worker influence the course of Government pay policy?
Reporter Nick Ross has followed members of USDAW, the Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers - a union which represents some of the country's lower-paid workers-to see how far a grass-roots decision does affect the attitude of their union executive and the TUC.
Producer MICHAEL HOGAN

Contributors

Reporter:
Nick Ross
Producer:
Michael Hogan

Michael Dean introduces a live edition of the programme which discussed TV output from 1964-1972.
David Frost talks about the Nixon interviews, his recent series - and about the dilemma of being more famous than his guests.
Also Dennis Potter , author of some 30 TV plays and TV critic for The Sunday Times, and Christopher Morahan , former Head of Plays for BBCtv, discuss the development and importance of the TV play from the 1960s - the so-called Golden Era of British TV - to the present day.
Studio director TOM CORCORAN Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT

Contributors

Introduces:
Michael Dean
Talks:
David Frost
Unknown:
Dennis Potter
Unknown:
Christopher Morahan
Director:
Tom Corcoran
Producer:
Philip Speight

BBC Two England

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