A programme for children at home
Presenters, Maria Landi
Today's story is called
' The Happy Owls ' by CELESTINO PIATTI
A course in drawing and observation
In life all objects occupy three-dimensional space-yet our paper is flat! How do we create the illusion of depthr
Ian Simpson invites you to join the studio group and make your own drawing
Producer, VICTOR Pools
The World Tonight
Peter Woods and the reporters and correspondents, at home and abroad, of BBC News
Gordon Wilkins covers the world of motoring
MRS. CASTLE AND HER CRITICS
Mrs. Barbara Castle's new Transport Bill-among other things-aims to transfer long-distance freight from road to rail, and some lorry-drivers see this as a threat to their livelihood. At a transport cafe on the M 1, the road haulage men say why they oppose the Bill, and Mrs. Castle replies to their criticism from her office at the Ministry of Transport in London
Director, Tony SALMON
Producer, BRIAN ROBINS
WILL THE GAMING HAVE TO STOP?
Has the Home Secretary killed an industry in an attempt to punish vice? Will gambling now be restricted to the black tie atmosphere of exclusive London clubs, or will profits from the tables still continue to attract criminals as well as casuals?
Commentators: William Davis Brian Widlake , David Powell
Produced by MICHAEL BUNCS and ANDREW QUICKE
.. is the bid of a family seeking roots in the newly won West
Big John (Leif Erickson ) and his son are captured by Apaches and submitted to an ordeal which only the toughest and bravest could hope to endure.
by ALDOUS HUXLEY
A second chance to see this dramatisation in five parts by SIMON RAVEN
Gladys has confronted Sidney Quarles with her pregnancy. Elinor has been summoned to the country because her son is ill. Spandrell, assisted by Illidge, has murdered Webley.
PART 5: The Kingdom of Heaven
Cast in order of appearance:
Lighting, Gerry Millerson
Costumes, Raymond Hughes Make-up, Anna Chesterman Designer, Richard Wilmot
Producer, DAVID Conrot Directed by REX Tucksb
Shown on Saturday
Frank Illidge ,:
I live every day under the threat of death
Martin Luther King talking to
Martin Luther King , the youngest Nobel prize-winner in history, grew up as an agnostic. He doubted, he questioned. But today he sees himself first and foremost as a Christian minister, called to put the Christian gospel into action. He takes his stand not only for his Negro people, but for all the oppressed. He has faith in a kind of framework of moral structure which nothing can shake. It is this faith which will uphold him on his planned march to Washington.
Producers, MISCHA Scoreb and OLIVER HUNKIN
A last look around the daily scene with Michael Dean , Joan Bakewell Tony Bilbow , Brian King and Sheridan Morley
What's easy for i is so hard for 1: