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BBC North West Regional News Material 1973-1986: Programme Details
Record 1 – 10 of 10 news stories found.
Further details for Look North West: Monday 10/3/1973
Studio-based and videotape material in this programme (not usually held at the NWFA but please enquire)
On Monday 10/3/1973 there were 10 news stories transmitted.
Film Item Number
(news descriptions are taken directly from BBC's Programme as Broadcast sheets.)
Headline of fire service item. Stephens.Mure. (Stuart oov)
0 mins 08 secs
Richard Duckenfield, snf, talked to Sir John Eden Con.Mbr. for Bournemouth West on his visit to the ICI Laboratories at Alderley Edge to investigate stories of animals being exploited. Stephens. Commag.
3 mins 23 secs
Demonstration by mothers and children at Oldham Town Hall protesting against the withdrawal of aid from four play groups. Park.Mute. (Stuart oov)
0 mins 25 secs
Fire at St. Margaret’s school, Prestwich started by two young boys. Park.Mute.
0 mins 20 secs
GV’s of Old People’s flats at Royton. Park. Mute. (Stuart oov)
0 mins 25 secs
GV’s of Preston Bridge at Penwortham. Hallas. Mute. (Stuart oov)
0 mins 15 secs
Sue Potten reporting Sefton Council’s declared war on the local pigeon population. Talked to John Halewood, Environmental Health Office for Sefton. Higginson. Sepmag. (Stuart oov 35’’)
2 mins 11 secs
Michael Delahaye, snf, reporting on the effect of the hospital consultants strike at Leighton Hospital, near Crewe. BBC Stock. Sepmag. (Felicity oov 45’’)
4 mins 25 secs
Felicity Goodey reporting on the two week campaign by Manchester Fire Service to show people fire hazards. Stephens. Sepmag.
(Felicity oov 45’’)
3 mins 30 secs
Richard Duckenfield reporting on the Merseyside Metropolitan Railway Bill, and Mr. Anthony Steen’s fight for adequate compensation for people who have to move. Higginson. Sepmag. (Richard oov 45”)