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BBC One London

Serendipity

Crafts with KATY MANNING 7: Carving
Producer CHARGES PASCOE
Series editor SHEILA INNES
Book (same title), 40p, from bookshop.
BBC One London

Serendipity: 6: Weaving, Macrame and Crochet

Crafts with Katy Manning
Producer Charles Pascoe, Series editor Sheila Innes
Book (same title), 40p, from bookshops
BBC One London

Serendipity: 5: Modelling in Clay

Crafts with Katy Manning
Book (same title), 40p, from bookshops
BBC One London

Serendipity

Crafts with KATY MANNING 4: Gemstones
Producer CHARLES PASCOE
Series editor SHEILA INNES
Book (same title), 40p, from bookshops
BBC One London

Serendipity

Crafts With KATY MANNING 3: Metal Jewellery
Producer CHARI.ES PASCOE
Series editor SHEII.A INNES ‡
Book (same title), 40p, from boofcshops
BBC One London

Serendipity

Crafts with KATY MANNING 2: Dyeing and Printing
Series editor SHEILA INNES
Book (same title) 40p, from bookshops
BBC One London

Serendipity

Crafts with KATY MANNING
1: Where to Start
Producer CHARLES PASCOE
Series editor SHEILA INNES
Book (same title), 40p, from bookshops
BBC One London

Serendipity

Crafts are for everyone
A series of ten programmes With KATY MANNING
10: Don'throw it away!
Producer CHARLES PASCOE
Series editor SHEILA INNES
BBC One London

Serendipity

Crafts with KATY MANNING 9: Polyester jewellery
Producer CHARLES PASCOE Series editor SHEILA INNES
BBC One London

Serendipity

Crafts with KATY MANNING 8: Carving
Producer CHARLES PASCOE Series editor SHEILA INNES Book 40p: see page 94
BBC One London

Serendipity

Crafts with KATY MANNING
7: Weaving, macramé and crochet
Producer CHARLES PASCOE Series editor SHEILA INNES
Book to be published next week, 40p
BBC One London

Serendipity

Crafts are for everyone
A series of ten programmes With KATY MANNING 6: Modelling in Clay
Director JENNY ROGERS
Producer CHARLES PASCOE Series editor SHEILA INNES
BBC One London

Serendipity

Introduced by KATY MANNING 5: Modern Embroidery
Producer CHARLES PASCOE Series editor SHEILA INNES
BBC One London

Serendipity

Introduced by KATY MANNING 4: Gemstones
Producer CHARLES PASCOE Series editor SHEILA INNES
BBC One London

Serendipity

Introduced by KATY MANNING 3: Metal jewellery
Producer CHARLES PASCOE Series editor SHEILA INNES
BBC One London

Serendipity

Crafts are for everyone
A series of ten programmes With KATY MANNING
2:Dyeing and Printing
Director CAROL WISEMAN Producer CHARLES PASCOE Series editor SHEILA INNES
BBC One London

Serendipity

Crafts are for everyone
A series of ten programmes with Katy Manning
1: Where to start
Producer Charles Pascoe
Series editor Sheila Innes
BBC One London

A View from Richard Baker

Coral reefs, children at school, work and money, poetry, languages - these are only some of the topics of new series starting on BBC Television next week. Richard Baker previews them with Katy Manning who reveals what is hidden behind the title of her new series Serendipity.
Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY
Rptd Monday 11.40 pm (not Scotland)
More details about the series previewed by Richard Baker and some others are <n the Look, Listen and Learn supplement, available from BBC Publications on request, see page 78






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