How much does a cup of tea really cost? What is the real price of a bar of chocolate?
This programme, the second in a series of six on the widening gap between the rich countries and the poor, examines the tea trade with Ceylon and the cocoa trade with Ghana.
John Percival compares the standards of living of rich and poor people involved in both trades and asks some very fundamental questions about the ideas that govern trade. In a world of limited resources how long can we go on buying cheap and selling dear, promising ourselves an ever-rising standard of living, ever-rising expectations of greater prosperity to come?
Producer JOHN PERCIVAL
Cliff Michelmore covers the world of motoring, with maxwell BOYD JUDITH JACKSON , GORDON WILKINS
Dunlop pioneer the idea of motoring without a spare wheel but will the motor manufacturers buy it?
A 7-year-old girl dies in a fall from a car on the M4. Which child safety seats are best?
From Casablanca, an all-action report on the Rally of Morocco, a battle of rally stars among the mountains and deserts of North Africa.
Director TONY SALMON Producer JOHN mills Editor BRIAN ROBINS
Anne Boleyn by NICK MCCARTY
Dorothy Tutin as Anne starring with Patrick Troughton and Sheila Burrell
Cast in order of appearance
Series based on an idea by MAURICE COWAN
Make-up PAM MEAGER
Costumes by JOHN BLOOMFIELD Lighting ROBERT WRIGHT Designer PETER SEDDON
Producers RONALD TRAVERS. MARK SHIVAS Director NAOMI CAPON
George Viscount Rochford:
Duke of Norfolk:
Sir Henry Norreys:
Earl of Surrey:
Sir William Kingston:
Sir Christopher Hales:
Richard Williams looks at the news, the views, the sounds of today's music. In the studio Tom Paxton The Doors and any guests who may drop in Director COLIN STRONG
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
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