A course in drawing and observation.
Supposing you want to draw your dog or your cat! An important aspect of an animal is its fur and this means experimenting with 'texture'.
Ian Simpson invites you to join the studio group and make your own drawing.
See BBC Further Education Publications panel on page 39
What happens when a city has to depend on cars to keep it moving? Are commuters late for work? Do traffic jams get worse? Are the poor and the elderly who depend on public transport stranded in their homes? Wheelbase reports from Liverpool, where an unofficial strike of drivers and conductors kept buses off the streets for over two months.
Reporters, William Davis, Brian Widlake
The Last Day of the G.P.O.
Next year the G.P.O. will change from a Government Department into a public corporation but there are already signs of an internal revolution. In tonight's programme John Tusa reports on one part of the post office - the telephones and communications side where big money is being spent and future expansion will be most dramatic. What will this mean for us as subscribers and for industry?
Blue finds a notorious Mexican bandit wounded in the desert. The result of nursing him back to health at High Chaparral is dramatic and dangerous. (Colour)
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