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Six programmes about the cinema and public opinion in the 1940s 3 : The New Jerusalem
The Coalition government of 1940-45 had avoided any declaration of war aims in order to preserve party unity. But the government's own propaganda machine was used during the war to encourage just such a debate about the post-war years.
Written by Nicholas pronat Produced by Howard smith

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Written By:
Nicholas Pronat
Produced By:
Howard Smith

The Marley Trophy
The Sportsmen v The Entertainers petee alliss introduces the second of this new series of four-ball matches played over nine selected holes at the Queen's Course, Glen-eagles Hotel, Scotland. Today's match features
Bruce Forsyth and Johnny Miller v Tony Greig and Tony Jacklin
The ENTERTAINERS won the opening match thanks to their captain SEAN CONNERY. Bruce is confident that he can make it two victories in a row but he also knows that Tony Greig-making his debut in Pro-Celebrity Golf is no 'pushover'.
TV presentation by RICHARD TILLING FRED VINER and ALASTAIR SCOTT Producer A. P. WILKINSON

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Unknown:
Bruce Forsyth
Unknown:
Sean Connery.
Unknown:
Tony Greig-Making
Presentation By:
Richard Tilling
Presentation By:
Fred Viner
Presentation By:
Alastair Scott

in Q7 written by SPIKE MILLIGAN and NEIL SHAND with JOHN BLUTHAL
ALAN CLARE , JOHN D. COLLINS ROBERT DORNING , DAVID LODGE NEIL SHAND , KEITH SMITH JULIA BRECK
SHEILA STEAFEL , STELLA TANNER
The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba performed by SHEBA SOUND
Designer jih CLAY
Produced by jan maCnaughton

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Written By:
Spike Milligan
Written By:
Neil Shand
Unknown:
John Bluthal
Unknown:
Alan Clare
Unknown:
John D. Collins
Unknown:
Robert Dorning
Unknown:
David Lodge
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Neil Shand
Unknown:
Keith Smith
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Julia Breck
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Sheila Steafel
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Stella Tanner
Produced By:
Jan MacNaughton

This is a story which newspapers are unwilling or unable to tell. It's about a negotiation between a powerful print union facing technological change and a newspaper management determined to bring about a revolution in Fleet Street.
National newspapers are struggling to survive. The first to seek a radical answer is Mirror Group Newspapers who plan to increase efficiency and profits by introducing electronic methods of producing its five newspapers which include the Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror. But this will mean redundancies and a completely changed work-style for the men affected. They are skilled and highly-paid craftsmen who belong to the National Graphical Association - a union which accepts the need for change but only on a socially just and humane basis.
Over the past year a BBC film crew has followed the progress of the leading negotiators:
Les Dixon, President of the NGA, represents his members at the Mirror Group who seek a wage of over £200 for a three-day week plus eight weeks' holiday a year, as compensation for the loss of job opportunities and new methods - of working.
Ted Blackmore , Production Director, puts forward the price t*GN is prepared to pay for viability. He wants 247 craftsmen in London and Manchester to accept volun: tary redundancy. He seeks agreement on a common pay rate for new technology, and an end to piece work and restrictive practices.
It is a price which recognises the possibility of disruption and this came late last year in the form of a £3m shutdown which resulted from pay claims for new technology, not from printworkers, but journalists.
Research SALLY HARDCASTLE film: cameraman PAT TURLEY Film editor MARTIN crump Written and produced by ILWYN PARRY JONES

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Unknown:
Ted Blackmore
Unknown:
Sally Hardcastle
Unknown:
Pat Turley
Produced By:
Ilwyn Parry

The second of six musical adventures starring John Fortune, John Wells, Madeline Smith and Carl Davis
Who are the Eroticas? Can they be the fantasy factor? And why did Bones's father disappear in such mysterious circumstances? The answers are reflected in the looking glass.
Guests: Richard Murdoch, Ruth Kettlewell and Gillian Gregory
Written by JOHN FORTUNE and JOHN WELLS
Music composed by CARL DAVIS
Lyrics by JOHN WELLS
Choreography by GILLIAN GREGORY
Artwork and animation by GRAHAM MCCALLUM
Director ANDREW GOSLING
Producer IAN KEILL

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Unknown:
John Fortune
Unknown:
John Wells
Unknown:
Madeline Smith
Unknown:
Carl Davis
Unknown:
Richard Murdoch
Unknown:
Ruth Kettlewell
Unknown:
Gillian Gregory
Composed By:
Carl Davis
Choreography By:
Gillian Gregory
Artwork and animation by:
Graham McCallum
Director:
Andrew Gosling
Producer:
Ian Keill

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