The Tortoise Plays a Trick Presenters
JULIE STEVENS , DON SPENCER
Pianist PETER PETTINGER
Designer INGRID CARTER-JOHNSON
Scriptwriter/director BARBARA DEEHAN Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Family cooking from the regions of France: a series of ten programmes.
Normandy Paul Jeanroy talks to
Zena Skinner and demonstrates Merlans au gratin
Coquilles Saint-Jacques mayonnaise
Director BRIAN DAVIES
Producer TONY ROBERTS
Bon Appetit !, 35p from bookshops
Edwin Mullins looks at 3: Leighton House
Lord Leighton, President of the Royal Academy, and the only artist ever to be made a peer, built a great house for himself in Kensington. It had an enormous studio, and an Arab hall with a fountain and tiles brought from all over the Islamic world.
Producer CHRISTOPHER MARTINt
with Cliff Michelmore.
Sail off Brittany with the British team in the first World Dinghy Championships for women. Drive over the mountains of Turkey, Yugoslavia and Austria to the finish of the World Cup Rally at Munich. Fly with artist MICHAEL TURNER as he paints the RAF Red Arrows.
Director PETER CLEAVER Producer TONY SALMON Editor BRIAN ROBINS
With film from Swedish television Europa starts a two-part investigation into the trial of the Italian anarchist leader PIETRO VALPREDA. He is accused of killing 16 people as a result of a bomb explosion in a Milan bank. But before his trial 12 people connected with the case died mysteriously. Allegations are heard that the Italian police, on instructions from fascist groups, have murdered witnesses.
Many Italians are convinced that not only is Valpreda innocent but that the circumstances of the trial suggest a sinister and secret alliance beween the Italian police, political parties and the judiciary. It is a trial which the defence lawyers call a test of the Italian system of justice.
Introduced by Derek Hart
Producer MARYSE ADDISON
A new play, the fourth in this series produced by TONY GARNETT Steven is a beautiful, lovable little boy. But there is something about him that sets him apart....
Costumes HAZEL PETHIG
. Sound MICHAEL TURNER
Camera BRIAN TUFANO Editor ROBERT WAUGH
Devised and directed by BRIAN FARKER
Steven (aged 4):
Social security man:
Fifteen years ago the British drinker took his pick from 3,000 different brews. Today the number is halved and purists insist the quality of the beer has declined.
Christopher Hutt , Chairman of the Campaign for Real Ale, and the Guardian's beer correspondent, Richard Boston , also claim that there is a deterioration in the service the brewers offer the public. Village pubs are closed and city houses destroyed by modernisation. In tonight's programme the oft-attacked brewers confront their critics.
PETER CARR Boston 's bitter brew: page 4
Bob Harris introduces
America, Randy Newman
Director COLIN STRONG
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
David Holmes ; Weather