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A five-part documentary
The City of Sheffield has been offered a piece of public sculpture. In the foundry, sculptor DAVID WYNN watches anxiously as the stainless steel sections are welded together ready for the final journey to the site where the public will see it for the first time.
5: Horse and Rider -on View
Director BARBARA DERKOW Producer VICTOR POOLS

Contributors

Unknown:
David Wynn
Director:
Barbara Derkow
Producer:
Victor Pools

The news, the people, the issues in Britain and around the world presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw with David Sells
Newsreader Peter Woods
Assistant editors
PETER IBBOTSON and GEORGE WALKER Editor DAVID WITHEROW

Contributors

Presented By:
Michael Charlton
Presented By:
Richard Kershaw
Unknown:
Peter Woods
Unknown:
George Walker
Editor:
David Witherow

Regional Variations (2)

The Two Ronnies

Series 6

Episode 2

Duration: 45 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

In Stop! You're Killing Me, Piggy and Charlie arrive at Drake's Bottom, the village where all the dead yokels come from. Welsh miners perform in the musical finale.

Kenneth More in An Englishman's Castle A play in three parts by PHILIP MACKIE with Anthony Bate and Isla Blair
2: Peter Ingram. producer and author of An Englishman's Castle, the soap opera which has brought him fame and fortune, is confronted by difficult decisions of conscience .. ,
Lighting PETER WINN
Script editor GILES FOSTER Designer DAVID SPODE Producer INNES LLOYD
Directed by PAUL CIAPPESSONI

Contributors

Unknown:
Philip MacKie
Unknown:
Anthony Bate
Unknown:
Isla Blair
Unknown:
Peter Ingram.
Producer:
Innes Lloyd
Directed By:
Paul Ciappessoni
'Mr Worth '/John:
Peter Hughes
'Mrs Worth '/Connie:
Noël Dyson
' Frank '/Arthur:
Anthony Stafford
Peter Ingram:
Kenneth More
Harmer:
Anthony Bate
Susan:
Fiona Gray
Jimmy:
Brian Peck
Henry Ingram:
David Meyer
Soldiers:
Derek Holt
Soldiers:
Edward Kalinski
Soldiers:
Dyfed Thomas
TheO:
Jonathan Newth
'Sally'/Jill:
Ista Blair
' Bert '/Adrian:
Bob Edwards
Mrs Ingram:
Kathleen Byron
Inspector:
Philip Bond
Mark Ingram:
Nigel Havers
Policeman:
Ian Munro
Anja:
Suzanne Roquette
Head waiter:
David Roy Paul

The last of the Yesterday's Witness series about British life in India in the 20s and 30s. One of the Community
' It never struck me as odd that Father Christmas should arrive on an elephant, or a camel, or a railway engine.' For Irene Green it was all part of the pleasure of growing up in India. Her father was English. He'd been a soldier - ' My mother was coffee coloured and when I was born she was very pleased I was " off-white " and had fair hair. In an Anglo-Indian family when a child is born like that they say " a fairy was at her birth " ..
IRENE GREEN - now Mrs Irene Edwards - tells of the pride and prejudices of childhood in the much-maligned Anglo-Indian community and her adventurous time as a nursing sister on the North West Frontier in the early 30s.
Film cameraman BILL MATTHEWS Film editor ROLAND ARMSTRONG Directed and narrated by CHRISTOPHER COOK
Producer STEPHEN PEET

Contributors

Unknown:
Irene Green
Unknown:
Mrs Irene
Editor:
Roland Armstrong
Unknown:
Christopher Cook
Producer:
Stephen Peet

by Ted Walker
A series of six filmed narrative dramas.
Narrated by Leo McKern

Archie was determined to teach his son a lesson. But as he stood there on the beach at Dover - all beer gut and goggles - being greased up for his Channel Swim, he began to wonder who exactly was teaching who.

BBC Bristol

Contributors

Writer:
Ted Walker
Producer:
Roger Jenkins
Director:
Colin Godman
Narrator:
Leo McKern
Archie:
Bob Bryan
Harry:
Gary Warren
Albert:
Reg Lye
Doreen:
Juliet Harmer

Miss Mercer in Mayfair: 3
Tonight's programme includes ' Time Heals Everything' and songs by Cole Porter and Noel Coward. It was recorded at The Playboy Club.
Producer TRISTRAM POWELL

Contributors

Songs By:
Cole Porter
Songs By:
Noel Coward.
Producer:
Tristram Powell

BBC Two England

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