Story: The Duck Pond by MALCOLM CARRICK Presenters CARMEN MUNRO , LIONEL MORTON
7: The more we are together ... Should all 16-19-year-olds be educated under one roof?
Producer DAVID ALLEN
(Book, 80 p: p63)
Animal behaviour and survival. 5: Animal Senses
Some moths can detect females at a range of six miles. Discovering how animal sense organs function is important, for not only are they often superior to our own but they are the guides for the behaviour of the animals themselves. Narrator HUGH FALKUS
PROFESSOR NIKO TINBERGEN
Presented by CHRISTOPHER PARSONS (from Bristol)
No one in Holland is surprised to see a monk in a lounge suit standing as a left-wing delegate on a town council, or a nun donning a crash helmet and motor-cycling to work everyday. It's all part of the liberalisation of religious attitudes for which the Dutch Church blazed the trail some years ago. But in this atmosphere of revolution, there are many who want to return to the strict disciplines of the traditional Church.
Two contrasting reports from a free commune and a closed order. Introduced by DEREK HART
Producer MARYSE ADDISON
by GUY DE MAUPASSANT: dramatised in five parts by ROBERT MULLER
Georges Duroy , an ex-Hussar, is working as a junior railway clerk in Paris. Badly paid, he feels drawn towards the apparently unattainable rich life of Paris which teems all around him.
Dancers, acrobats, jugglers:
ELIZABETH BERKELEY, UNITY GRIM-WOOD, LAURETTA KERR, JACQUI LETHERBY, ELIZABETH STEVENSON , KAY ZIMMERMAN , TED DURANTE , REUBIN MARTIN , JOHNNY LAMONTE and BILLY THOMPSON
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Director JOHN DAVIES
Norbert de Varenne:
Comte de Vaudrec:
GORDON SNELL talks to Sir Frederic Osborn
New Towns give people better living conditions nearer their work. They owe much to the pioneers of the Garden City movement. SIR FREDERIC OSBORN became one of the first of a new profession, the Town Planner; in 1920 he established Welwyn Garden City. Producer RICHARD THOMAS
At 100 mph a passenger train can't dodge out of danger like a car. But, statistically, you are 200 times safer in the compartment of a British passenger train than you are in a car.
This film, using the few steam trains that remain, recreates the circumstances of past rail accidents-Clayton Tunnel in 1861, Armagh in 1889, Quintinshill in 1915-and shows how our technical wizardry and high rail-safety record has been bought with the lives of Victorian travellers. Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
... it fulfilled all three of the basic obligations of the Corporation's overall duty to inform, educate and entertain Editor PETER GOODCHILB THE TIMES Producer hick RHODES ‡
by DAVID RUDKIN
The sixth in this season of short plays from Birmingham.
'The nice dreams they end just a moment too soon. Nightmares they end just in time. Good job.... !
Designer STANLEY MORRIS Producer DAVID rose
Director BARRY HANSON
Stranger in Waxworks:
The Kinks Kronikle brought up to date, from the raucous You Really Got Me ' to the brass band revival of ' The Village Green Preservation Society.'
RAY DAVIES (lead vocals/guitar) DAVE DAVIES (lead guitar) JOHN DALTON (bass guitar) JOHN GOSLING (piano) MICK AVERY (drums)
MIKE COTTON (trumpet)
ALAN HOLMES (saxophone) JOHN BEECHAM (trombone)
Musical director pip WILLIAMS
Sound LARRY GOODSON
Lighting DENNIS CHANNON Design JEREMY DAVIES
Producer STANLEY DORFMAN
with David Tindall ; Weather
A weekly round-up of issues concerning the world of television. Michael Dean surveys the week's output and invites others to assess its achievements and effect.
Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT