Story: Desmond the Dinosaur by ALTHEA
Presenters this week
Julie Stevens , Don Spencer
Every evening this week a special series examines the education and training we need for life inside the EEC.
1: Promises, promises ...
What's your qualification worth abroad? What's being done for your children?
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES
On the Edge
GLYN HUGHES was born on a Manchester housing estate, but he was drawn ' by the magical world of the farms.' He became a small-holder and grew everything he needed on his land. But now he has become a poet, and most of his income is from readings in universities, schools or wherever he is invited.
Producer ANDRÉE MOLYNEUX
Executive producer JENNIFER JEREMY
with guest stars
Walter Brennan , Dick Cavett
Steve Forrest , Pernell Roberts 21 Days to Tenstrike
Although their experience as cowboys is practically non-existent, Smith and Jones persuade a trail boss to hire them for a cattle drive to Tenstrike. But an unknown murderer starts systematically killing off the men in the outfit one by one
A cartoon film from the drawings Of GERARD HOFFNUNG The Vacuum Cleaner in which a housewife makes an unusual choice.
Music by FRANCIS CHAGRIN Director JOHN HALAS
Produced by Halas and Batchelor In association with BBCtv
A duel of words and wit between Frank Muir
Cyd Hayman , George Cole and Patrick Campbell
Hattie Jacques , John Reed Referee Robert Robinson
Call My Bluff devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN Director PEGGY WALKER
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES (from Manchester)
featuring the 44-strong
James Last Orchestra and Chorus in a programme of their highly individual music recorded during James Last's recent successful tour of Great Britain.
Lighting RITCHIE RICHARDSON Sound ADRIAN BISHOP-LAGGETT Designer MARTIN COLLINS Producer. JAMES MOIR
The Viceroy sent for me ...
In 1943 Brigadier Wheeler was called away from the battlefields of North Africa and Italy to become Director-General of Archaeology for the Indian subcontinent.
Tonight the second of Chronicle's two films on the life of our greatest living archaeologist takes him from a Roman trading station on the Bay of Bengal to Mohenjo Daro - queen of cities of the great Indus Valley civilisation.
Back in England, in 1954, he was voted Television Personality of the Year for his starring role in Animal, Vegetable, Mineral; almost 20 years later, on the steps of the Parthenon, he still holds an audience in the palm of his hand.
At 82, Sir Mortimer Wheeler is still crusading, still voicing his battle cry: ' One's whole life is devoted to recreating the past and making it live.'
Introduced by Magnus Magnusson
Film cameramen JOHN HOOPER NAT CROSBY , JOHN BAKER Film editor KEITH RAVEN
Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTON. Producer DAVID COLLISON
with John Edmunds Weather
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