Story: The Ugly Duckling by HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN Presenters JON GLOVER , CAROL CHELL
with Fred Herzberg
What makes us work hard? Is it just money, or is it something else? PROF HERZBERG puts forward some of his controversial views.
Producer PETER RIDING
from Penshurst Placo, Kent
Songs of the past ombine with 20th-century electronic instruments in one of England's finest baronial halls. STEELEYE SPAN step into history when they sing from 'he 14th-century Baron's Hall of Penshurst Place.
Producer BARRY BEVINS (Manchester)
Mr Heath addresses the nation, 13 December 1973: 'I want to speak to you simply and plainly about the grave emergency now facing our country ...' The three-day week was added to the oil shortage and railway disruption.
A film of how four people and their families faced up to a second darkest hour; how they carried on working or were laid off; how they voted; how they hoped things would turn out; and how they finally met at winter's end to look back on it all and consider the future.
A pipe-fitter, a shopkeeper, an insurance clerk and a small-business man in the winter of 1973-4. Directors PETER CARR. STEVE ROBERTS Executive producer WILL WYATT
A series of six plays created by MIDGE MACKENZIE , VERITY LAMBERT and GEORGIA BROWN with 1: The Pankhursts by KEN TAYLOR also starring
1898: Dr and Mrs Pankhurst and their four children are living comfortably in Manchester. However, in that year an event occurs which will radically change all their lives.
Incidental music by STANLEY MYERS Costume JOAN ELLACOTT
Script editor MIDGE MACKENZIE Designer SUSAN SPENCE
Producer VERITY LAMBERT Director WARIS HUSSEIN.
The RADIO TIMES SPECIAL, Shoulder to Shoulder, tells the remarkable story of the suffragettes and the fight for equal rights. It is on sale now from news-agents, price 30p
Mrs Rose Hyland:
Man in club:
Dr Margaret Bell:
Tony Bilbow reviews two family films for Easter-The Optimists with Peter Sellers and Swallows and Amazons based on Arthur Ransome's book. A preview of the film version of Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby starring Robert Redford which has its Charity Premiere in London next week.
Philip Jenkinson looks at earlier attempts to bring Scott Fitzgerald and his novels to the screen including The Last Time I Saw Paris, Beloved Infidel and Tender is the Night.
William Hall, film correspondent of London's Evening News, reports from Ceylon, where Dimitri de Grunwald has been making a 5th-century epic The God King.
Producer BARRY BROWN
Bob Harris with the news, views, and sounds of today's music. Argent; Cashman and West
Director COLIN STRONG
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
Presented by David Holmes with Peter Dorling ; Weather