A course running through the academic year
Presented by Norman Hyland
Directed by DAVID ROSEVEARE For Schools
Repeated on Wednesday at 9.40 a.m. To accompany this series, a specially prepared booklet, containing examples and explanatory notes, can be obtained by sending a crossed postal order for 8d. to [address removed].
For the very young
New Picture Book
Vera McKechnie turns the pages in a new series
Edited by Maria Bird
Produced by FREDA Lincstrom BBC film
Hundreds of miles of continental highway are being built across the length and breadth of the United States. This is a programme about this vast engineering project and about its impact.
Introduced by Michael Collins
Film editor, Jesse Palmer
Produced by BARBARA Parker For Schools
La Cinquieme République
Introduced by Olivier Todd
A series of programmes in French on the politics and problems of the Fifth Republic 3: DfiMOC'RATIE ET INDIFFERENCE
Since the beginning of the Fifth Republic, vital decisions for France seem sometimes to have been taken by one man, General de Gaulle. the President -occasionally even against the inclinations of the elected parliamentary party and government who support him. Do the French care about this? Would they be content to be ruled by one man, or are they concerned about democratic government? This programme asks, ' Is parliamentary democracy a reality in France today? '
Film cameraman, John A. S. Turner
Film editor. Sheila S. Tomlinson Produced by Colin NEARS For Schools
John A. S.
Edrychwn ymhell ac yn agos Drwy mini a thrwy drafod
Daw Cymru a'r byd i'r aelwyd
Wrth eich cinlo
Conversation on issues of the day
A Monday meeting for people with opinions with Erskine Childers Produced by Richard FRANCI8
Introduced by John Morris
A series of programmes about the problems of young people 3: UNEMPLOYMENT
Recently teenage unemployment has increased. Why is this-and what is being done about it?
Film cameraman. Bill Munn
Film editor, Alma Davies
Produced by PAUL MITCHELL For Schools
Christopher Trace and Valerie Singleton introduce a magazine programme for younger viewers including
Petra the Blue Peter Puppy shows what she has learnt during the past few months
"The Green Grass Grew All Around" sung and played by Steve Benbow and John Langstaff, drawings by Tony Hart
and Elastic Gymnastics: How you can bounce ten feet in the air
with At'HILLE ZAVATTA as Cristobal
A second chance to see the film serial from France
Cristo and the Noble Art
Written by ALAN Poirier
English version by Alan Adair Directed by Jean Bacque
A daily presentation of news and views from
London and the South-East
Introduced by Michael Aspel followed by THE WEATHER
The exciting adventures of the famous
Western Stagecoach Service starring
DALE ROBERTSON in The Repentant Outlaw
That old reprobate Doc. Dawson helps Jim Hardie capture a gang of outlaws. Unfortunately his unorthodox methods cause him to pay out all the reward money in fines.
Look around with Derek Hart
Brian Redhead and a guest singer
Jack Gold. Derrick Amoore Kevin Billington Assistant editor, Elizabeth Cowley
Editor. GORDON WATKINS
Jimmy Edwards and a mystery guest celebrity
Research by Rosamund Davies Produced by RICHARD EVANB Devised by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman Televised by arrangement with C.B.L
A comedy film series of family life with never a dull moment starring
LUCILLE BALL with VIVIAN VANCE DICK MARTIN
Lucy and her Electric Mattress ... give everyone a shock at bedtime
The Window on the World
Panorama cameras look at
PEOPLE— PLACES— PROBLEMS that make news
Introduced by Richard Dimbleby with reports from
Panorama's regular team of commentators
Associate producer. David J. Webster
Editor. David WHEELER
with Robert Robinson
A quick look at points from the week's post
Next edition: Friday at 6.15 p.m.
Letters for inclusion in these programmes should be addressed to Points of View, BBC Television Centre, London, W.12.
by JOHN OTOOLE with MAXWELL SHAW
Produced by Chloe Gibson
Designer, Robert McGowan From the Midlands
When the Captain of the S.S. Pevensey orders his lifeboat to the rescue of a space capsule he little realises the scientific and international implications.
Captain of the Pevensey:
Dino de Laurentiis interviewed on location in Rome by Robert Robinson
At the age of sixteen, de Laurentiis became the world's youngest feature film producer, and now, at forty-three, is among the most successful.
When a film is good, everybody can take the credit. When it's bad, the producer alone is to blame.
There it no magical way of ensuring that a film will be a box office success, but I just shoot and re-shoot and re-shoot until the film is exactly what I want.
The best film a great actor makes is at the beginning of his career. At this time, he acts only and does not interfere with the director.
Film excerpts from Barabbas and La Strada by permission of Columbia and Curzon Films.
The latest news with the focus on the main stories of the day