A programme for children at home
Valerie Pitts , Rick Jones
Today's story: ' The Sailor *
Written and illustrated by DICK BRUNA
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 News followed by THE WEATHER
The Camphill Village Trust was born out of sixteen years' work and experience with mentally handicapped children. It is an attempt to create communities where, as adults, the mentally handicapped can lead a full and productive life. Tonight's film looks at one such community-Botton Village in Yorkshire.
Ben is blind but helps in the bakery and is in charge of the oven. He also looks after the bakery accounts, using a system devised by himself.
Commentary narrated by Alan Dobie
Written and produced by JONATHAN STEDALL
Tales of the Twenties Majesty by F. SCOTT FITZGERALD dramatised by Peter NICHOLS starring
Title music, RON GRAINER
Costumes, Sonia Kerr
Script editor, Andrew Brown
Designer, William McCrow Producer, HARRY MOORE
Directed by MICHAEL HAYES
' Let me tell you about the very rich. They are different from you and me....'
Fitzgerald could have been describing Emily Castleton , one of his most fabulous flappers. This arch-type of the poor little rich girl was different from everyone. At twenty-four, Emily's score was one affair, many engagements, and an embittered heart when she settled for Brevoort Blair-the catch of the year.
A quarter of a million dollars' worth of gifts poured in. A thousand guests crowded the church. The music began. But no bride came down the aisle, for Emily had left for Europe to find her destiny ...
See colour feature on centre pages
The last in a series of programmes in which European television crosses the frontiers of the more remote areas of the world to report on those countries which for reasons of distance or politics still remain relatively unknown.
A French view of her former Colony
Directed by FRANÇOlS CHALAIS for O.R.T.F. Paris
Presented for BBC-tv by Peter Ceresole
Dead men don'bleed ...
Robert Graves the poet, who was left for dead for twenty-two hours, was reported to have ' died of wounds' and believes that Jesus survived crucifixion talking to
Producer, OLIVER HUNKIN
A last look around the daily scene with Michael Dean , Joan Bakewell
Tony Bilbow , Brian King
Editor, ROWAN AYERS