A programme for children at home.
Presenters this week, Carole Ward, Wally Whyton
In the story chair, Vera McKechnie
This week Carole and Wally have thought out an original idea in collecting which you could try.
Dressing-up Day on Tuesday sees Wally as a special sort of artist - a sculptor - and afterwards Carole reads the story 'How Big is a Boot?' written and illustrated by Rolf Myller. On Thursday Wally tells the story of Robinson Crusoe who was shipwrecked, and the round window shows the sun, sea, and sand of a desert island.
Vera McKechnie is the storyteller this week, and today after her first story, 'Planting Bulbs', the arched window shows a hyacinth bulb growing. Her other stories are called 'Beach-ball' and 'Flying the Kite'.
Ten programmes in which Magnus Magnusson enquires into the problems and methods of psychology today.
We make decisions all the time. but do we take a gamble or a calculated risk?
With Professor John Cohen, Dr. Robert Phillips.
Written by Patrick O'Donovan.
A series of six travel films each telling a story.
(This film won the Bronze Dove for television documentaries at the U.N.D.A. Festival, Monte Carlo 1965)
by Fay Weldon.
With Frances Cuka as Ellie, Bridget Armstrong as Audrey, Martin Jarvis as Chris,
Terence Rigby as Clive
(Frances Cuka and Terence Rigby are members of the Royal Shakespeare Company)
Ellie is married. Ellie's husband is an artist, determined to starve. But Ellie's glass bracelet isn't glass - it's diamonds. Is it a lover, or is it 'worse'?
Kenneth Williams introduces
Tonight's star Lance Percival
from Spain, Valente-Valente
from France, Mismoune
and from Italy, Tony Del Monaco
The music of I Hotorini
The cabaret orchestra under the direction of:
A review of the sciences.
Christopher Chataway introduces:
Sex-change frequently makes press headlines along with confusing reports of the physiology involved. The withdrawal of five gold-medal-winning women athletes from this year's European Championships, supposedly to avoid the recently introduced 'sex checks', has raised the question again.
What does 'sex-change' mean?
Does it, in fact, happen? In one of tonight's items Horizon looks at this complex psychological and physiological subject.
by Clemence Dane.
A dramatisation in eight parts by Michael Barry.
1839. William has gone. Alone with her sons and her bitterness, Lettice Broome turns from the theatre that has robbed her of youth and happiness.
Shown last Tuesday
Dramatised by/Directed and produced by:
A last look around the world of television.
Criticism, Discussion, Diversion with Denis Tuohy, Michael Dean, Joan Bakewell, Tony Bilbow and tonight's guests.