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A continuation of a history in 26 parts, in the words of those who have made the history.
10: Size, Steel and Steam The Industrial Revolution, the steel shipyard and the scientific naval architect create ships and sea-faring of a totally new kind; and new kinds of worker to design, build and power them. It is the age of the hammers of the Clyde and Tyne.
Readers ANTHONY HALL , DAVID CASEY , NIGEL LAM BERT, MALCOLM TERRIS , DAVID MARCH, ROBERT TROTTER, LEONARD MAGUIRK , RONALD HERDMAN , GARARD GREEN, RONALD BADDILEY , GORDON GOSTELOW , DAVID ASHFORD and TIMOTHY BATESON.
Special sound by DICK MILLS. BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Programme Consultant and presenter Ewan Cor lett, Chairman, Burness, Corlett and Partners, Naval Architects.
The series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON. in collaboration With the NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM
The British Seafarer it published by BBC Publications and Hutchinson at £5 95 paperback and £9.95 hardback

Contributors

Readers:
Anthony Hall
Readers:
David Casey
Readers:
Nigel Lam
Unknown:
Malcolm Terris
Unknown:
Leonard Maguirk
Unknown:
Ronald Herdman
Unknown:
Ronald Baddiley
Unknown:
Gordon Gostelow
Unknown:
David Ashford
Unknown:
Timothy Bateson.
Unknown:
Dick Mills.
Presenter:
Ewan Cor
Directed By:
Michael Mason.

A history in 26 parts, in the words of those who have made the history. 12: The Tramp and the Liner
The tramp steamer was a legend of rust, soot. decks awash and dirty, smelly cargoes bound for steamy or icy ports. The liner was a legend of Metro-Goldwyn-Baroque d6cor, blazing lights. haute cuisine and triple expansion engines 40 feet high. The legends were not too far from reality.
Readers GORDON GOSTELOW , ROBERT LANG , ROBERT TROTTER , MALCOLM TERRIS , RONALD HERDMAN , HENRY KNOWLES , KATHLEEN HELM ,DOUGLAS BLACKWELL , JOE DUNLOP. LEONARD MAGUIRE , ANTHONY NEWLANDS , DAVID CASEY. TIMOTHY BENTlNCK and ANTHONY HALL
Special sound by DICK MILLS , BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Programme consultant and presenter Robin Craig , Lecturer in Economic Hisstorv, University College, London
Composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON , in collaboration with the NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM
The British Seafarer is published by BBC Publications and Hutchinson at £5.95 paperback, and 19.95 hardback

Contributors

Readers:
Gordon Gostelow
Readers:
Robert Lang
Readers:
Robert Trotter
Readers:
Malcolm Terris
Readers:
Ronald Herdman
Readers:
Henry Knowles
Readers:
Kathleen Helm
Readers:
Douglas Blackwell
Readers:
Joe Dunlop.
Readers:
Leonard Maguire
Readers:
Anthony Newlands
Readers:
David Casey.
Unknown:
Timothy Bentlnck
Unknown:
Anthony Hall
Unknown:
Dick Mills
Presenter:
Robin Craig
Directed By:
Michael Mason

A history in 26 parts
11: Missing, Lost and Saved
Men and ships are small; the sea is vast, merciless, and terrifyingly powerful, and there is very little you can do about it. But that little has often included miracles of courage and skill which have proved just enough.
Readers NIGEL LAMBERT , GORDON GOSTELOW , LEONARD MAGUIRE , RONALD BADDILEY , GARARD GREEN, DAVID CASEY , DOUGLAS BLACKWELL , MALCOLM TERRIS , ROBERT LANG , MICHAEL GOLDIE , HENRT KNOWLES , ROBERT TROTTER and ANTHONY NEWLANDS
'The ship in distress' sung by CHARLES PARKER ; ' The unseaworthy ship ' sung by STORMALONG JOHN , produced by STAN AMBROSE. Special sound by DICK MILLS. BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Programme consultant and presenter
Robin Craig , Lecturer in Economic History, University College, London
Composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON , in collaboration with the NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM
The British Seafarer is published by BBC Publications and Hutchinson at f5.95 paperback and £9.95 hardback

Contributors

Readers:
Nigel Lambert
Readers:
Gordon Gostelow
Readers:
Leonard Maguire
Readers:
Ronald Baddiley
Unknown:
David Casey
Unknown:
Douglas Blackwell
Unknown:
Malcolm Terris
Unknown:
Robert Lang
Unknown:
Michael Goldie
Unknown:
Henrt Knowles
Unknown:
Robert Trotter
Unknown:
Anthony Newlands
Sung By:
Charles Parker
Sung By:
Stormalong John
Produced By:
Stan Ambrose.
Unknown:
Dick Mills.
Unknown:
Robin Craig
Directed By:
Michael Mason

A history in 26 parts in the words of those who have made the history
6: The Complete Seaman A good candidate for the ideal British sailor is Captain Cook. merchant seaman, naval officer, explorer. scientist and humanitarian. In him the civilisation of the enlightenment goes to sea and all-round seamanship is raised to the level of genius. with Ronald Baddiley as Captain Cook
Readers: ANTHONY HALL. HENRY KNOWLES , DOUGLAS BLACKWELL , MALCOLM TERRIS , DAVID MARCH, NIGEL LAM BERT, TIMOTHY BATESON , ROBERT TROTTER , LEONARD MAGUIREand GARARD GREEN. Special sound by DICK MILLS. BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Programme consultant ALAN STIMSON , Curator of Navigation, National Maritime Museum. Greenwich The series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON. in collaboration with the National Maritime Museum

Contributors

Unknown:
Ronald Baddiley
Unknown:
Henry Knowles
Unknown:
Douglas Blackwell
Unknown:
Malcolm Terris
Unknown:
Nigel Lam
Unknown:
Timothy Bateson
Unknown:
Robert Trotter
Unknown:
Leonard Maguireand Garard
Unknown:
Dick Mills.
Unknown:
Alan Stimson
Directed By:
Michael Mason.

A history in 26 parts In the words of those who have made the history. 3: The High Seas
The Elizabethan age was the first great explosion of British seafaring activity. Its achievements have rightly become legendary, but their reality was far removed from the legends of Westward Ho! and Errol Flynn. In this programme Elizabethan sailors themselves tell us what was achieved and what it cost.
Readers MICHAEL GOLDIE, DAVID MARCH,
TIMOTHY BATESON , GARARD GREEN, ANTHONY HALL , ROBERT LANG , DAVID ASHFORD ,
ANTHONY NEWLANDS , RONALD BADDILEY , GORDON GOSTELOW and NIGEL LAMBERT
Programme consultant and presenter:
Kenneth Andrews ,
Reader in History at the University of Hull
Special sound by dick mills of the BBC
Radiophonic Workshop Series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON , in collaboration with the National
Maritime Museum

Contributors

Unknown:
Errol Flynn.
Unknown:
Timothy Bateson
Unknown:
Anthony Hall
Unknown:
Robert Lang
Unknown:
David Ashford
Unknown:
Anthony Newlands
Unknown:
Ronald Baddiley
Unknown:
Gordon Gostelow
Unknown:
Nigel Lambert
Reader:
Kenneth Andrews
Directed By:
Michael Mason

A history in 26 parts In the words of those who have made the history.
6: The Complete Seaman A good candidate for the ideal British sailor is
Captain Cook - merchant seaman, naval officer, explorer, scientist and humanitarian. In him the civilisation of the Enlightenment goes to sea and all-round seamanship is raised to the level of genius. with Ronald Baddiley as Captain Cook Readers ANTHONY hall
HENRY KNOWLES , DOUGLAS BLACKWELL. MALCOLM TERRIS , DAVID MARCH
NIGEL LAMBERT. TIMOTHY BATESON , ROBERT TROTTER LEONARD MAGUIRE and GARARD GREEN
Special sound by DICK MILLS of the BBC
Radiophonic Workshop Consultant ALAN STIMSON , Curator of Navigation, National Maritime
Museum, Greenwich Series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON , in collaboration with the National
Maritime Museum Book (same title) £5.95 paperback, £9.95 hardback from booksellers

Contributors

Unknown:
Ronald Baddiley
Unknown:
Captain Cook Readers Anthony
Unknown:
Henry Knowles
Unknown:
Douglas Blackwell.
Unknown:
Malcolm Terris
Unknown:
Nigel Lambert.
Unknown:
Timothy Bateson
Unknown:
Robert Trotter
Unknown:
Leonard Maguire
Unknown:
Dick Mills
Unknown:
Alan Stimson
Directed By:
Michael Mason

A history in 26 parts in the words of those who have made the history 3: The High Seas
The Elizabethan age Is the first great explosion of British seafaring activity. Its achievements have rightly become legendary, but their reality was far removed from the legends of Westward Ho! and Errol Flynn. In this programme Elizabethan sailors themselves tell us what was achieved and what it cost.
Readers: MICHAEL GOLDIE , DAVID MARCH, TIMOTHY BATE SON. GARARD GREEN, ANTHONY HALL , ROBERT LANG , DAVID ASHFORD , ANTHONY NEWLANDS , RONALD BADDILEY , CORDON GOSTELOW and NIGEL LAMBERT
Programme consultant and presenter Kenneth Andrews (Reader in History. University of Hull)
Special sound by DICK MILLS of the BBC Radio-phonic Workshop
Scries composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON , in collaboration with the National Maritime Museum

Contributors

Unknown:
Errol Flynn.
Readers:
Michael Goldie
Unknown:
Timothy Bate
Unknown:
Anthony Hall
Unknown:
Robert Lang
Unknown:
David Ashford
Unknown:
Anthony Newlands
Unknown:
Ronald Baddiley
Unknown:
Nigel Lambert
Reader:
Kenneth Andrews
Unknown:
Dick Mills
Directed By:
Michael Mason

A history in 26 parts
25: Supercarrier - the revolution in seafaring after World War II
' The whole industry's changed ... the relationship between officers and men is entirely different. Years ago. the master was the master, but today you can call the master and the mate by their first names.....
Compiled and directed by MICHAEL MASON

Contributors

Directed By:
Michael Mason

A history In 26 parts In the words of those who have made the history. 25: Supercarrier - the revolution in seafaring after World War II
1 The whole industry's changed ... the relationship between officers and men is entirely different. Years ago, the master was the master, but today you can call the master and the mate by their first names ... '
Consultant and presenter Alastair Couper , Master Mariner and Professor of Maritime Studies,
University of Wales,
Cardiff. Special sound by DICK MILLS, BBC
Radiophonic Workshop Composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON Book (same title), f5.95 paperback, £9.95 hardback from booksellers

Contributors

Presenter:
Alastair Couper
Presenter:
Master Mariner
Directed By:
Michael Mason

A history in 26 parts in the words of those who have made the history. 19: The Afate, the Bosun and the Cook
The captain was God (or the devil) and looms large in literature. But in reality the sailor was much more concerned with ' what's the mate like? Who's going bosun? And who's sailing cook then? '
Readers ANTHONY HALL
JOHN HOLLIS ,
MICHAEL SHANNON , STEVE HODSON LEONARD MAGUIRE and GORDON GOSTELOW
Programme consultant and presenter Campbell McMurray , Assistant
Keeper. Department of Printed Books and MSS, National Maritime Museum
Composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON
Book (same title), f9.95 hardback, £5.95 paperback, from bookshops

Contributors

Readers:
Anthony Hall
Readers:
John Hollis
Readers:
Michael Shannon
Unknown:
Steve Hodson
Unknown:
Leonard Maguire
Unknown:
Gordon Gostelow
Presenter:
Campbell McMurray
Directed By:
Michael Mason

A history in 26 parts in the words of those who have made the history
2: Canvas, Hemp and Wood The three-masted wooden sailing ship is ' the space capsule of the Renaissance '. How she was made, how she worked, where she could go and what she could do, shaped the sailor's life for him from the 15th century to the 19th. And she was She: not It.
Readers: MICHAEL GOLDIE, ANTHONY HALL , TIMOTHY BATESON , RONALD HERDMAN , LEONARD MAGUIRE , ROBERT LANG. DAVID MARCH, DAVID ASHFORD, ANTHONY NEW-LANDS, HENRY KNOWLES , CAROLE BOYD and DOUGLAS BLACKWELL.
Programme consultant and presenter:
Basil Greenhill (Director. the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich)
Special sound by DICK MILLS of the BBC Radio-phonic Workshop.
Series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON , in collaboration with the National Maritime Museum.

Contributors

Unknown:
Anthony Hall
Unknown:
Timothy Bateson
Unknown:
Ronald Herdman
Unknown:
Leonard Maguire
Unknown:
Robert Lang.
Unknown:
Henry Knowles
Unknown:
Carole Boyd
Unknown:
Douglas Blackwell.
Unknown:
Dick Mills
Directed By:
Michael Mason

A history in 26 parts in the words of those who have made the history.
26: Offshore and Undersea The land has been transformed by man; the sea remains unchanged. Despite the technological revolutions, seafaring remains unchanged too in many ways; yet it is also opening into new dimensions undreamed of before.

A history in 26 parts
19: The Mate, the Bosun and the Cook
The captain was God (or the devil), and looms large in literature. But in reality the sailor was much more concerned with ' What's the mate like? Who's going bosun? And who's sailing cook. then? '
Readers ANTHONY HALL JOHN IIOLLIS , MICHAEL
SHANNON STEVE HODSON LEONARD MAGUIRE and GORDON GOSTELOW
Programme consultant and presenter Campbell McMurray , Assistant
Keeper, Department of Printed Books and mss.
National Maritime Museum Series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON

Contributors

Readers:
Anthony Hall
Readers:
John Iiollis
Unknown:
Leonard Maguire
Unknown:
Gordon Gostelow
Presenter:
Campbell McMurray
Directed By:
Michael Mason

A history in 26 parts in the words of those who have made the history. 8: The Long Blockade The typical seafaring experience of the Age of Nelsonwasnotbattles like Trafalgar, but the endlessdailyendurance of maintaining command of the seas through 20 yearsofcontinuous blockade. And the great Unknown Warrior of this story is Admiral
Collingwood. with Readers
NIGEL LAMBERT
CORDON GOSTELOW . ANTHONY HALL . MALCOLM TERRIS
RONALD BADDILEY ,
RONALD HERDMAN , LEONARD MAGUIRE TIMOTHY BATESON. DAVID MARCH , GARARD GREEN
ROBERT TROTTER. ROBERT LANG , MICIIAEL GOLDIE
KATHLEEN HELM , CAROLE BOYD Consultant and presenter Piers Mackesy. Fellow of Pembroke College. Oxford Series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON. in collaboration with the National Maritime Museum.
Book (same title) £5.95 paperback, £9.95 hardback from booksellers

Contributors

Readers:
Nigel Lambert
Readers:
Cordon Gostelow
Unknown:
Anthony Hall
Unknown:
Malcolm Terris
Unknown:
Ronald Baddiley
Unknown:
Ronald Herdman
Unknown:
Leonard Maguire
Unknown:
Timothy Bateson.
Unknown:
David March
Unknown:
Garard Green
Unknown:
Robert Trotter.
Unknown:
Robert Lang
Unknown:
Miciiael Goldie
Unknown:
Kathleen Helm
Unknown:
Carole Boyd
Presenter:
Piers MacKesy.
Directed By:
Michael Mason.
Admiral Collingwood:
Geoffrey Bayldon

A history in 26 parts in the words of those who have made the history. 2: Canvas, Hemp and Wood
The three-masted wooden sailing ship is ' the space capsule of the Renaissance '. How she was made, how she worked, where she could go and what she could do shaped the sailor's life for him from the 15th century to the 19th. And she was She: not It. Readers MICHAEL GOLDIE, ANTHONY HALL ,
TIMOTHY BATESON , RONALD HERDMAN , LEONARD MAGUIRE , ROBERT LANG , DAVID MARCH, DAVID ASHFORD,
ANTHONY NEWLANDS , HENRY KNOWLES , MALCOLM TERRIS , RONALD BADDILEY , GARARD GREEN, CAROLE BOYD and DOUGLAS BLACKWELL
Programme consultant and presenter:
Basil Greenhill, Director, National Maritime
Museum. Greenwich Special sound by DICK MILLS of the BBC
Radiophonic Workshop Series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON , in collaboration with the National
Maritime Museum.

Contributors

Unknown:
Anthony Hall
Unknown:
Timothy Bateson
Unknown:
Ronald Herdman
Unknown:
Leonard Maguire
Unknown:
Robert Lang
Unknown:
Anthony Newlands
Unknown:
Henry Knowles
Unknown:
Malcolm Terris
Unknown:
Ronald Baddiley
Unknown:
Carole Boyd
Unknown:
Douglas Blackwell
Unknown:
Dick Mills
Directed By:
Michael Mason

A history in 26 parts in the words of those who have made the history.
10: Size, Steel and Steam The Industrial Revolution, the steel shipyard and the scientific naval architect create ships and seafaring
, of a totally new kind: and new kinds of worker to design, build and power them. It is the age of the hammers of the Clyde and Tyne.
Readers ANTHONY HALL , DAVID CASEY ,
NIGEL LAMBERT , MALCOLM TERRIS , DAVID MARCH ,
ROBERT TROTTER , LEONARD MAGUIRE , RONALD HERDMAN , GARARD GREEN , RONALD BADDILEY ,
GORDON GOSTELOW , DAVID ASHFORD and TIMOTHY BATESON
Special sound by DICK MILLS , BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Consultant and presenter Ewan Corlett , Chairman of Burness, Corlett and Partners, naval architects Series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON , in collaboration with the National Maritime Museum.

Contributors

Readers:
Anthony Hall
Readers:
David Casey
Readers:
Nigel Lambert
Readers:
Malcolm Terris
Readers:
David March
Readers:
Robert Trotter
Readers:
Leonard Maguire
Readers:
Ronald Herdman
Readers:
Garard Green
Readers:
Ronald Baddiley
Unknown:
Gordon Gostelow
Unknown:
David Ashford
Unknown:
Timothy Bateson
Unknown:
Dick Mills
Presenter:
Ewan Corlett
Directed By:
Michael Mason

A history in 26 parts in the words of those who have made the history. 1: Introduction - The Deep Sea
Sea covers 70 per cent of the globe; man himself was cradled in it. Our maritime history is a story which everyone thinks they know - and which on the whole they don't; the great unknown subject. It is an amazing human achievement, and all the more so because so much of it is salt sores, the stench of bilge-water and weevilly biscuits.
Readers: garard GREEN, CAROLE BOYD. DAVID MARCH ,
TIMOTHY BATESON .
NIGEL LAMBERT , RONALD BADDILKY , MICHAEL GOLDIE. ANTHONY
HALL. DAVID CASEY , MALCOLM TERRIS. I.EONAItD MAGUIRK , GORDON GOSTLLOW. HENRY KNOWLES , ROBERT LANG. DOUGLAS BLACKWELL and KATHLEEN HELM
Programme consultants and presenters:
Basil Greenhill (Director, the National Maritime
Museum) and Robin Craig (Lecturer in Economic History, University College, London).
Special sound by dick MILLS of the BBC
Radiophonic Workshop. Series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON. in collaboration with the National Maritime Museum. (Repeal)

Contributors

Unknown:
Carole Boyd.
Unknown:
David March
Unknown:
Timothy Bateson
Unknown:
Nigel Lambert
Unknown:
Ronald Baddilky
Unknown:
Michael Goldie.
Unknown:
David Casey
Unknown:
Malcolm Terris.
Unknown:
I.Eonaitd Maguirk
Unknown:
Gordon Gostllow.
Unknown:
Henry Knowles
Unknown:
Robert Lang.
Unknown:
Douglas Blackwell
Unknown:
Kathleen Helm
Unknown:
Basil Greenhill
Directed By:
Michael Mason.

A history in 26 parts In the words of those who have made the history. 9: Owners
To the sailor, the shipowner has often been the demon king who makes a fortune out of the sailor's dangers and sufferings. To the shipowner, shipping has often been a gamble - risky, slump-prone and subject to ruthless international competition.
Readers: TIMOTHY BATESON ', NIGEL LAMBERT , ROBERT TROTTER , HENRY KNOWLES , DAVID MARCH, GORDON COSTE-LOW, RONALD BADDILEY , MALCOLM TERRIS, RONALD HERD-MAN, KATHLEEN HELME , LEONARD MAGUIRE , DAVID CASEY ,
DOUGLAS BLACKWELL , MICHAEL GOLDIE, ANTHONY HALL. Special sound by DICK MILLS of the BBC Radio-phonic Workshop. Programme consultant and presenter Robin Craig , Lecturer in Economic History. University College, London
Series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON , in collaboration with the National Maritime Museum

Contributors

Readers:
Timothy Bateson
Readers:
Nigel Lambert
Readers:
Robert Trotter
Readers:
Henry Knowles
Unknown:
Ronald Baddiley
Unknown:
Kathleen Helme
Unknown:
Leonard Maguire
Unknown:
David Casey
Unknown:
Douglas Blackwell
Unknown:
Dick Mills
Presenter:
Robin Craig
Unknown:
Michael Mason

A history in 26 parts in the words of those who have made the history
5: Charts, Sea-Clocks and Stars
Navigation is vital: without it rocks, shoals and the vastness of the open sea quickly become lethal. It depends on an odd partnership between the scientist in his study and the sailor on the poop - wet, cold, tired and not too keen on arithmetic anyhow.
Readers: NIGEL LAMBERT. MALCOLM TERRIS , GORDON GOSTELOW , ROBERT LANG , DAVID MARCH, ANTHONY HALL , MICHAEL GOLDIE, DAVID ASH-FORD, RONALD BADDILEY , TIMOTHY BATESON , LEONARD MAGUIRE and JOE DUNLOP Programme consultant
ALAN STIMSON ,Curator of Navigation, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich Special sound by DICK MILLS of the BBC Radio-phonic Workshop
Series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON , in collaboration with the National Maritime Museum

Contributors

Readers:
Nigel Lambert.
Readers:
Malcolm Terris
Readers:
Gordon Gostelow
Readers:
Robert Lang
Unknown:
Anthony Hall
Unknown:
Ronald Baddiley
Unknown:
Timothy Bateson
Unknown:
Leonard Maguire
Unknown:
Alan Stimson
Unknown:
Dick Mills
Unknown:
Michael Mason

A history in 26 parts in the words of those who have made the history
1: Introduction-The Deep Sea
Sea covers 70 per cent of the globe; man himself was cradled in it. Our maritime history is a story which everyone thinks they know - and which on the whole they don't: the great unknown subject. It is an amazing human achievement, and all the more so because so much of it is salt sores, the stench of bilge-water, and weevilly biscuits.
Readers: GARARD GREEN. CAROLE BOYD , DAVID MARCH, TIMOTHY BATESON , NIGEL LAMBERT , RONALD BADDILEY , MICHAEL GOLDIE , ANTHONY HALL , DAVID CASEY. MALCOLM TERRIS , TIMOTHY BENTINCK , RONALD HERDMAN , LEONARD MAGUIRE , ROBERT TROTTER. GORDON GOSTELOW , HENRY KNOWLES , ROBERT LANG , DOUGLAS BLACKWELL and KATHLEEN HELM.
Programme consultants and presenters: Basil Greenhill (Director, the National Maritime Museum) and Robin Craig (Lecturer in Economic History, University College, London)
Special sound by DICK MILLS of the BBC Radio-phonic Workshop Series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON , , in collaboration with the Na- , tional Maritime
Museum
(Neat week: 2 - Canvas, Hemp and Wood)

Contributors

Unknown:
Carole Boyd
Unknown:
Timothy Bateson
Unknown:
Nigel Lambert
Unknown:
Ronald Baddiley
Unknown:
Michael Goldie
Unknown:
Anthony Hall
Unknown:
David Casey.
Unknown:
Malcolm Terris
Unknown:
Timothy Bentinck
Unknown:
Ronald Herdman
Unknown:
Leonard Maguire
Unknown:
Robert Trotter.
Unknown:
Gordon Gostelow
Unknown:
Henry Knowles
Unknown:
Robert Lang
Unknown:
Douglas Blackwell
Presenters:
Basil Greenhill
Presenters:
Robin Craig
Unknown:
Dick Mills
Unknown:
Michael Mason