Film ID: YFA 1702 OPEN DOOR TRIBUNAL 1975 Visitor TabsDescription This is a BBC film presented by James Moran, a semi-skilled Engineer employed by the International Harvester Company in Bradford. The film tells the story of a tribunal which began in January 1974 in response to the enforcement of a three day working week for employees at the International Harvester Company. Unable to claim Unemployment Benefits for the remaining two days a week, some employees challenged the system and brought their case in front of a local tribunal. James Moran narrates the story, and the cast is made up of his colleagues at the company. Original broadcast date 6/12/75. Title - By James Moran. Taking part in "Tribunal" were: Alan Bagshaw, Lawrie Clements, Eric Dean, Dorothy Dwyer, John Escoe, Patrick Gildea, Peter Hannon. Ted Jakiel, Jaqueline McGill, Herbert Shooter, Chris Thompson, Cecil Tikadar. The cast would like to thanks: International Harvester Co, of Great Britain, Ltd. Bradford Metropolitan Council Families and friends whose contributions behind the scenes helped to this programme possible. Camera: Colin Deeham Sound: Ian Sansam Film editor: Richard Trevor. And from 'Open door' whose skill, patience and understanding made these words and pictures something more than just another televisions programme: Jane Disbrey, Mike Fentiman and Brian Skilton. 'Open door' programmes are produced by the public. Production advice and support provided by 'Community programme unit'.