A programme for children at home.
Presenters this week, Carole Ward, Barry Wilsher
The world population will double by the year 2000. This increase will hit the poorer countries hardest. What is the prospect in Brazil?
Arranged in collaboration with National Educational Television of America by:
by Ray Jenkins.
Starring John Cairney
and Ellen McIntosh, Leonard Maguire
Guest stars: Roddy McMillan, Eve Belton
At thirteen it is hard to be aware of adults' problems, and Stevie's bewilderment has repercussions which threaten Ian Craig's career.
Featuring some hilarious moments from the golden age of screen comedy.
A review of the sciences.
Introduced by Christopher Chataway.
How Best to Make a Man
Learning begins at birth. A Harvard scientist has begun a series of experiments to try to understand some of the complex processes involved. This film shows the first intriguing steps he has taken with a three-month-old baby: possibly the earliest stages in discovering...
How Best to Make a Scientist
Most people in this country are scientifically illiterate, yet most of us were taught some science at school. Is it so difficult-or were we taught in the wrong way? Horizon takes a critical look at some new approaches to science teaching.
A look at the world through European eyes.
Introduced this week by Olivier Todd with the help of the cameras of the European television networks.
by John Galsworthy.
A second chance to see this dramatisation by Donald Wilson.
Soames has protested at Philip's extravagance with building costs. Irene and Philip are in love, and June's suspicions have been aroused.
(Shown on Saturday)
A last look around the world of television.
Criticism, Discussion, Diversion with Denis Tuohy, Michael Dean, Joan Bakewell, Tony Bilbow and tonight's guests also Philip Jenkinson with more film requests.
Letters to Philip Jenkinson should be addressed c/o Late Night Line-Up, [address removed]
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