Story: The Guitarist who lost his Plectrum by MALCOLM CARRICK Presenters MIRANDA CONNELL , DON SPENCER
In-Service Education Project for Teachers and Youth Workers A series of ten programmes 7: Helping Individuals
Many opportunities occur spontaneously for the youth leader to talk to individuals about personal problems. Should he offer solutions - or can he help young people to run their own lives?
Producer ROGER TONGE
Introduced by Jeffery Boswall 2: To the Falls of Iguazu
The expedition discovers howler monkeys and colourful toucans in the steamy sub-tropical jungles; water-loving capybaras - the world's largest rodent - with fly-catchers riding on their backs through the fresh-water marshes; and stealthy alligators lurking in the Rio Iguazu. Blizzards of brilliant butterflies are matched in variety only by the night-flying moths. The falls of Iguazu form the most impressive cataract' in the western hemisphere.
Filmed by DOUGLAS FISHER Producer JEFFERY BOSWALL
(from Bristol: first shown on BBC1)
May 1871 - May 1968. Separated by almost a century, two dates which marked a turning-point in French, if not world, history.
In the first of two programmes, Soviet TV looks at Paris in the light of the Commune of 1871 where, it has been said, modem revolution was born.
Introduced by DEREK HART
Producer MARYSE ADDISON
by HERMANN SUDERMANN dramatised in five parts by ROBERT MULLER
The story of Lilli Czepanek 's search for her ideal lover. It is set mainly in Vienna in the last carefree years before the outbreak of the First World War.
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Lighting JOHN TREAYS Designer CHRIS PEMSEL
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Director PETER WOOD
Gray's elocution: see page 5
Lt Von Prelt:
Count von Mertzbach:
What a Waste!
Every year each of us throws away 140 bottles and 200 tins. Every family junks half a ton of paper and spends roughly £100 on wrappers and packs which go straight into the dustbin.
Every scrap of paper, every piece of steel and plastic is made from imported material. Yet once it has got to our dustbin our whole refuse disposal system is geared to burying it or burning materials which are still useful.
By re-cycling and re-using our rubbish we could save millions of pounds of imports. We already have the technical know-how, but, apparently, not the inclination. Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Film editor PAUL FOXALL Editor BRUCE NORMAN
Producers DAVID PATERSON and MICHAEL ANDREWS
Not just a load of old rubbish: p 11
GERRY BECKLEY , DEWEY BUNNELL DAN PEEK
With DAVE ATTWOOD , DAVE DICKIE
Sound RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN Lighting DENNIS CHANNON Designer GARY PRITCHARD
Producer STANLEY DORFMAN
Edward Burra , one of the most original and gifted artists of his generation, is now 69. This week, a retrospective exhibition of his work opens at the Tate Gallery. Here, he talks reluctantly about himself and his painting.
Introduced by KEITH DEWHURST
Producer PETER K. SMITH
with John Edmunds ; Weather
Michael Dean surveys the week's TV output.
Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT