A programme for children at home.
A survey of social work and welfare.
Introduced by Tony Gibson.
with J. Hanson, G. K. Pollard, M. G. Speed.
Presented for television by:
The tribe, the gang, the club, people coming together, for work or pleasure; sometimes we are insiders, more often outsiders. In this documentary series the camera is inside
Ten stevedores in Southampton Docks. An enclosed world of loyalty and character-'we work with people we want to work with, that's the important thing'.
From the West
Produced and directed by:
Every week at this time BBC-2 presents an outstanding feature from the world of music.
Tonight: Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 5, in E minor
played by the Toronto Symphony under their brilliant young Japanese conductor
"I have not been so excited by Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony for a long time" - Gerald Larner (The Guardian)
"The Toronto Symphony Orchestra gave one of the most stunning performances I have yet heard on the South Bank" - Felix Aprahamian (Sunday Times)
The programme begins with Leonard Bernstein's Overture: Candide and also includes an interview with Seiji Ozawa.
Introduced by Humphrey Burton.
Recorded during the orchestra's visit to the Commonwealth Arts Festival
A series in which Malcolm Muggeridge talks to outstanding artists, writers, actors, and directors about the influences and experiences that have contributed to their work.
Tonight: Robert Graves one of the most brilliant as well as disconcerting poets of our time, who is equally famous for his historical novels, essays, translations, short stories, and children's books.
Graves writes that 'the poet - like his poetry - is himself the result of the fusion of incongruous forces'. It is these forces that Malcolm Muggeridge investigates.
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rounds off the day with Denis Tuohy, Joan Bakewell, Michael Dean, Nicholas Tresilian and Philip Jenkinson with Film Requests.
Item presenter (Film Requests):