SAY NO TO NO SAY - GLC CINEMA ADVERT
Mari Wilson runs up to a door and knocks, answered by Warren Mitchell. 'The GLC is in danger' he follows; similar with Barbara Windsor knocking on the door of David Yip. Then a pov shot from inside a house looking out of an open door to a group of the above and others, including Lionel Blair who says 'Drop everything, the GLC's is trouble'. The group then jump onto a bus and all seated upstairs discuss amongst each other - Gerald Harper, Ann Raeburn talking to a young female punk, Magnus Pyke talking to Mari Wilson. On the voice over - 'No GLC means less jobs and increased costs'. Barbara Windsor - 'London without the GLC? Well it wouldn't be London would it?' Voiceover - 'If you're a Londoner, shouldn't you have a say?' End shot a view over the Thames to Westminster with the captions - 'say No to Say No' and 'Keep GLC Working For London'