Lord's Day

Episodes

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19880102]

Even Lords and Ladies work, and some have unusual and Margaretsurprising jobs, Howard discovers in this series of four programmes.

The second Baron Teviot, an old Etonian, spent five years as a Brighton bus driver, during which time he wooed and won for a bride his bus conductress, once a Wimbledon tennis player. He and his wife are now genealogists.

Producer GRAHAM TAYAR

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19880109]

Lady Emma Curzon , sister of the seventh Earl Howe , was, until recently, nursing sister in charge of a pain control unit at a London hospital. One ancestral Howe, descended from an illegitimate sister of George I, was an admiral of the line. Both her parents were on the stage, but a long and successful nursing career was a new departure for an old family. She talks to Margaret Howard. Producer GRAHAM TAYAR

Genome: [r4 Bd=19880109]

Unknown: Lady Emma Curzon

Unknown: Earl Howe

Unknown: Margaret Howard.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19880116]

The 15th Duke of Hamilton (and 12th of Brandon),

Scotland's premier peer, has been a jet pilot and instructor, motor racing and test driver, engineer and inventor.

Apart from his hereditary chores, he is at present developing all-terrain vehicles which can scale rocks, climb mountains and take to the water.

Margaret Howard rode in one with him.

Producer GRAHAM TAYAR

Genome: [r4 Bd=19880116]

Unknown: Margaret Howard

Genome: [r4 Bd=19880123]

The second Baron Colwyn leads a busy life. His days are divided between his successful dental practice and the House of Lords; but at night he plays the trumpet m his own society dance band. Margaret Howard snatched some moments with him between engagements in this last programme of the series.

Producer GRAHAM TAYAR

Genome: [r4 Bd=19880123]