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Wednesday
12/7/1978
Programme Details 3 GVs demonstration at the Lyceum Theatre Liverpool. 12 Women dressed as charwomen turned out to make a token start on cleaning the building to gain support for the campaign to save the historic building. Hallas. mute. (John oov) 0 mins 27 secs
Wednesday
12/7/1978
Programme Details 4 GVs pickets at Vauxhalls at Ellesmere Port keeping work at a standstill for the 2nd day. The lorry drivers are striking over new working hours. Hallas mute (John oov) 0 mins 23 secs
Wednesday
12/7/1978
Programme Details 5 Mr Albert Laugharne, the new Chief Constable of Lancashire ,who began work today as the head of the force. ((John oov) 0 mins 20 secs
Wednesday
12/7/1978
Programme Details 6 GVs Boeing 707 the Manchester Lass the first all cargo consignment to leave Manchester Airport - Pelican Air Transport aims to provide a service for exporters from the North. Park. mute, (John oov) 0 mins 20 secs
Wednesday
12/7/1978
Programme Details 7 GVs Woodworking co-operative in Skelmersdale, set up by a group which includes redundant Courtaulds workers, which is being helped by the co-operative bank. BBC stock. mute. (Richard oov) 0 mins 30 secs
Wednesday
12/7/1978
Programme Details 8 A Day in the Life of...a newspaper editor. We follow Noel Wild, the editor of 3 papers - serving Barnoldswick, Earby and Nelson and Colne, through a typical day. Higginson. sepmag. 4 mins 57 secs
Thursday
13/7/1978
Programme Details 1 GVs Oldham General Hospital, where the worlds first test tube baby is expected shortly. Mrs Lesley Brown’s room in the hospital is guarded by men hired by Oldham Health Authority. BBC Stock. mute. (John oov) 0 mins 12 secs
Thursday
13/7/1978
Programme Details 2 GVs Speke Airport, Liverpool, where 200 of the airline staff have threatened to strike tomorrow over British Airways decision to leave the airport in November. BBC Stock .mute. (John oov) 0 mins 18 secs
Thursday
13/7/1978
Programme Details 3 Police cadets on parade at Preston. With GVs of part of their training. Hallas. Mute. (John oov) 0 mins 18 secs
Thursday
13/7/1978
Programme Details 4 Steve Ireland snf on an elephant hunt in Bolton,. He spoke to Eddie Runswick, Publicity Officer of Bolton, about the elephants - who will soon be moved to a new site yet to be chosen. Park. Mute / sepmag. 1 mins 42 secs
Thursday
13/7/1978
Programme Details 5 Alistair Macdonald snf following the orchid saga in Greater Manchester, Eccles and particularly in Coppull. He spoke to Bill Guiver and George Price of the Residents Action Committee, who are fighting to preserve the reclaimed land and let the orchids grow. They are also fighting Barron Investments Ltd. an Isle of Man firm who want to return the land to agricultural land. Alistair also spoke to Bill Ainscough, Managing Director of Wain homes, a building firm who would use the land for a tip. Chorley council will consider the planning permission for the tip by the end of the month. Higginson. commag. 3 mins 33 secs
Thursday
13/7/1978
Programme Details 6 Frank Mellor continuing our series on fishing. This week he spoke to, and followed through the day, a milkman - Bert Naylor from Wigan, and learnt some of the art of coarse fishing. Higginson. sepmag. 7 mins 00 secs
Friday
14/7/1978
Programme Details 1 Richard Duckenfield, snf, talking to Councillor Ken Burlinson, the Airport Committee Chairman about the future of Liverpool Airport. The 243-hour token strike by British Airways staff over the decision to pull out of the airport and let British Midland take over comes at the same time as the disclosure of excellent news about the airport’s long term prospects. 3 mins 45 secs
Friday
14/7/1978
Programme Details 2 Alistair Macdonald, snf, talking to George Morton, the successful Labour candidate in the Moss Side by-election, and to Clive Webb, Conservative election worker who discussed the trouble at the Conservative headquarters as the poll closed. Park. Commag. 2 mins 23 secs
Friday
14/7/1978
Programme Details 3 GVs of the American invasion of Dobcross - for John Schlesinger’s latest film ‘Yanks’. Park. Mute. (John oov) 0 mins 22 secs
Friday
14/7/1978
Programme Details 4 GVs protest march against ban on dogs in Burnley parks. Park. Mute. (Stuart oov) 0 mins 30 secs
Friday
14/7/1978
Programme Details 5 Frank Mellor talking to John Mansell, professional balloonist, and taking to the air in a hot air balloon as a preview to Morecambe’s Hot Air Rally this weekend. Park. Commag. 4 mins 40 secs
Monday
17/7/1978
Programme Details [Unknown. See studio-based and videotape material for this programme in ‘programme details’] 0 mins 0 secs
Tuesday
18/7/1978
Programme Details 1 Richard Duckenfield snf reporting on the latest developments in the controversy about development plans for the Ribble Estuary. He talked to the Chief Executive of West Lancashire District Council, John Cowdall. Selwood. Sepmag. 2 mins 50 secs
Tuesday
18/7/1978
Programme Details 2 Nick Clarke snf reporting on the resignation of the managing director of Leyland vehicles, Mr Des Pitcher. Including 16mm film of British Leyland. BBC Stock. Commag. (Nick oov) 19’ 0-30 1 mins 20 secs
 
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