by Professor Richard Gregory
The Royal Institution, London Annual Christmas Lectures to Young People
Learning to See Things
Our eyes and our brain have to learn to live with each other, for the eye shows the brain a strange ' upside-down ' world which the brain has to sort out and make sense of Presented for television by Alan Sleath
Lecture 3: Tuesday at 6.30 pm
Waterloo v. Gosforth
These two premier clubs, formed within two years of each other some ninety years ago, represent areas famous for their affiliation to the Rugby Football Union.
Introduced by KEITH MACKLIN JEFFREY ARCHER reports from Blundellsands
Directed by ALAN MOUNCES
by W. M. Thackeray
dramatised in five parts by Rex Tucker
starring Susan Hampshire
Becky has been presented at Court and triumphed in London society. Rawdon has found her in a compromising situation with her benefactor, Lord Steyne, and has struck him.
For cast see Thursday, 9.55 p.m.
Alan Whicker dials
Tonight we hit Arab Street
A chicken squawks, a cry of death, a knife flashes, and the spouting blood religiously collected cleanses the sins of a dead woman. The Chinese have many traditions, but in the new city state of Singapore things must change. A multi-racial society is not easy to control, and in this impression of Singapore ALAN WHICKER observes its police force: patrolling its seas for infiltrators; discussing murder and kidnap; raiding opium dens; dealing with secret societies; steering an ancient society towards a newer way of life
Produced and directed by PAUL WATSON
JULIE FELIX with special guests.
Musical director, JOHN CAMERON
Script. NEIL SHAND
Designer. Roger Cheveley
Producer. STANLEY DORFMAN
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...into the world of films, plays, books, art, and music off
A special edition for the end of the year
What has 1967 meant in the arts?
Will it be remembered for the start of something big?
Or as a year without much character?
Among all the trends and tendencies, which will prove to be significant in 19681
The Release correspondents
Robert Hughes , Peter Lewis
William Mann , Alexander Walker
Irving Wardle discuss the year in the arts
Producer. Olin NEARS
Editor, Lorna Pegram
Introduced by Tony Bilbow looks at
The Film World Past and Present and Philip Jenkinson shows more of your film requests Letters to Philip Jenkinson should be addressed c/o Late Night Line-Up. BBC Television Centre. London. W.12
JAMES CAGNEY in Run for Cover with John Derek , Viveca Lindfors Ernest Borgnine
Directed by Nicholas Ray
Matt Dow , a lonely cowboy with a secret past. To a desperate youth he teaches the art of courage ... to a restless young land. the wisdom of justice.