A programme for children at home
Valerie Pitts , Brian Cant
In the story chair, Myrtle Richardson who reads
' The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse ' by BEATRIX POTTER
A course in drawing and observation
Look at the object carefully. How tall is it and how wider What can we find in the background to help us describe that curve at the topr
Ian Simpson invites you to join the studio group and make your own drawing
Producer, VICTOR POOLE
'I'm not talented.' 'I haven'the time.' 'I've tried but when people see the result they say " what's that? " '
Ask your friends if they'd like to draw and these are some of the replies you'll get. But the 'no-talent ' claim is often an excuse for laziness-and surely most of us can find the odd ten minutes a day for something we enjoy?
Can anyone learn to draw from the television screen? It depends on what they want to achieve and how enthusiastic they are. No one is likely to become another Rembrandt, but if you've ever wondered how and where to start, Eyeline provides the answer.
These ten programmes tackle the basic problems that are found in all drawing whatever the subject. They offer the viewer the chance to become part of a studio group and have a go at translating what they see on the screen into lines on paper. Only pencil and paper are needed; there's no age limit, or special skill required.
No easy road to success is offered. Instead you are encouraged to express yourself with results that we hope will be pleasing and satisfying.
The World Tonight
John Timpson , Peter Woods with Martin Bell, Michael Blakey
Michael Clayton , Tom Mangold Brian Saxton , David Tindall Richard Whitmore and the correspondents, at home and abroad, of BBC Newt
Gordon Wilkins covers the world of motoring
SPORT FOR SALE
Does motor racing and rallying Im- prove the family car? Will the urgent cash crisis in motor sport affect the motorist? How many drivers and constructors in the coming Grand Prix season will look to advertising to pay their way?
Colin Chapman , Lord Chesham, Dean Delamont , Peter Dimmock , Walter Hayes , Jackie Stewart , Stuart Turner , and John Webb debate the future of motor sport in Britain over dinner at the Royal Automobile Club in Pall Mall, London
Director, JOHN MILLS
Producer, BRIAN ROBINS
Is Stamp-Collecting an Investment ?
On the eve of a big London stamp sale The Money Programme looks at the profits of philately, and asks collectors and dealers what qualities sort out the men from the boys
Commentators, William Davis Brian Widlake , John Tusa
Produced by MICHAEL Bunci and ANDREW QUICKE
... is the threat to the new settlers from Mexicans and Indians
... and spells adventure in the Arizona territory of 1870 The Assassins
Big John overrides the caution of his brother Buck (Cameron Mitchell ) when they entertain some unexpected and unusual guests at High Chaparral-and neither brother can feel guilty of his attitude before or after the ensuing events.
by ALDOUS HUXLEY
A second chance to see this dramatisation in five parts by SIMON RAVEN
John Bidlake is fatally ill and has Joined his wife in the country. Elinor is finding Webley very attractive; and Burlap is pursuing Beatrice. PART 4: Death of a Freeman
Producer, DAVID Conroy
Directed by Rf.x TUCKER
Shown on Saturday
Race prejudice is very old. Trying to deal with it is very new
Margaret Mead who as an anthropologist sees the mid-twentieth century as an emergency for mankind talking to Robert McKenzie
She agrees that traditional values and practice are disappearing, but she is far from convinced that religion is something man is growing out of Producer, Oliver Hunkiji
A last look around the daily scene with Michael Dean , Joan Bakewell
Tony Bilbow , Brian King and Sheridan Morley
I am indifferent, and cannot enjoy it.