A programme for children at home.
Today's story is called "Follow this Line" by Michael O'Leary.
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An introduction to Quantum Mechanics by Professor Philip Morrison.
(First shown on BBC-1)
Have women really won equality? Should a mother go out to work?
From among the 400 people in this one London square come very different answers. The old remember past hardships; three young working mothers show that the present has its problems, too.
"It is clear that the director, Lawrence Gordon Clark, and the producer, Ian Martin (both new names to me), have managed a remarkably sustained achievement." (The Listener)
"In the convenient arena of a single London square sixty years of social history are encompassed, plus the roots of sixty to come." (Sunday Telegraph)
A literary panel game with Anthony Blond, Cyril Connolly, Philip Hope-Wallace, Claire Tomalin.
Chairman, Alan Brien
Extracts read by:
A season of programmes entered for the Prix Italia 1966.
This week, "Maison Avenue"
A look, through German eyes, at the world's advertising centre.
A film with English commentary made by the First German Television Network
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A thriller in six parts by Peter O'Donnell.
Ambrose gets Dominique into an office from which she can keep watch on Feinster. But the 'office' proves to be a photographic studio and Dominique is posing almost naked when Feinster walks in.
A series presenting the best in international jazz recorded in concert from Britain's foremost colleges and universities.
This week from: The University of Wales, Cardiff
The Stan Tracey Quartet: Stan Tracey (piano), Bobby Wellins (saxophone), Jeff Clyne (bass), Jackie Dougan (drums) play the critically acclaimed jazz suite "Under Milk Wood," with readings by Donald Houston.
Introduced by Humphrey Lyttelton.
A last look around the world of television.
Criticism, Discussion, Diversion with Michael Dean, Joan Bakewell, Tony Bilbow, Sheridan Morley and tonight's guests.