Ludovic Kennedy introduces this weekly programme on the expanding world of leisure with Jeremy James and Chris Rainbow.
School at 7.30
At four o'clock school is over for millions of children. At 7.30 p.m. school begins for a million parents. What do they learn? Why do they learn it?
A look at the leisure hours of those who go to evening institutes.
by Frederick Knott.
with David Buck, Elizabeth MacLennan, James Villiers, Noel Hood, T. P. McKenna
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Italy plans 4,000 miles of new motorway, but will there be enough motorists to pay for them? New taxes cause a slump in Italian car output; do they also threaten British cars?
Robin Richards and Michael Frostick look for answers at the opening of the Turin Motor Show.
In collaboration with the Italian Television Service
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