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on BBC Two England

Presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw with David Sells
Newsreader Richard Baker

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Charlton
Presenter:
Richard Kershaw
Newsreader:
Richard Baker
Assistant Editor:
Peter Ibbotson
Assistant Editor:
George Walker
Editor:
David Witherow

and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Part one of a special concert recorded at the Royal Festival Hall, London, last year. Special guest conductor Jimmy Webb
Musical director Alyn Ainsworth leader of the RPO Barry Griffiths
Sound Graham Haines
Production Terry Hughes

Contributors

Conductor:
Jimmy Webb
Musical director:
Alyn Ainsworth
Orchestra leader:
Barry Griffiths
Sound engineer:
Graham Haines
Producer:
Terry Hughes

A series of five plays by Mike Stott
Terror stalks the cold night streets of Pickersgill - and even tucked up safely in a warm bed there are things to worry about.
BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Writer:
Mike Stott
Script Editor:
Michael Wearing
Designer:
Charles Bond
Producer:
Tara Prem
Director:
Alan Dossor
PC Shane Pritchard:
Nick Stringer
Det-Con Billy Blincoe:
Philip Jackson
Brenda Blincoe:
Katherine Fahy
Dan Cockcroft:
Henry Livings
Edwin Clegg, JP:
Christopher Hancock
Edna Clegg:
Rosemary Martin
Piers Hatch:
Anthony Sher
Mavis Blackhead:
Prunella Scales

'To come out to India as an untried Memsahib was, I think, what nowadays would be called a cultural shock. Take somebody say from Richmond and dump her down in this extraordinary country full of strange sights, smells and sounds and she could be very lonely.'
Three Memsahibs, who joined their husbands in the British Raj between the wars, recall what it was like to be a woman in what was traditionally considered a man's country. A country where they were isolated from the Indian population and hedged round with imperial protocol, with little else to do other than run their homes and bring up their children. Life beyond the bungalow verandah could seem very alien and not a little frightening.
Film cameraman BILL MATTHEWS Film editor ROLAND ARMSTRONG Producer STEPHEN PEET
Directed and narrated by CHRISTOPHER COOK
Preview: page 15

Contributors

Editor:
Roland Armstrong
Producer:
Stephen Peet

The programme in which the BBC hands over air time to the public.
Tonight: The Value of Life
'Euthanasia is not a cost effective final solution for an ageing population. The right to live out our lives in peace and dignity - and without suffering - is worth more than money.
'Freedom from pain for their patients is the great achievement of the Hospice movement and Home Care units. This special care, recognising the value of every human being of whatever age or however frail, should be made available everywhere in Britain.'
Made by the Human Rights Society with the help of the Community Programme Unit

Men's Doubles Final from Kansas City
The most valuable doubles title to be won in the world.$80,000 is the cheque that the winning team will collect and naturally it has attracted all the great pairs in men's tennis - SMITH GOTTFRIED and LUTZ GOTTFRIED and RAMIREZ FILLOL and NASTASE
Introduced by JOHN BARRETT Commentator DAN MASKELL
TV presentation by MIZLOU TELEVISION

Contributors

Unknown:
Smith Gottfried
Unknown:
Lutz Gottfried
Unknown:
Ramirez Fillol
Introduced By:
John Barrett
Commentator:
Dan Maskell

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