A film about two representative teaching situations with day release students - a discussion group and an art class - which sets out to examine what the teachers were trying to do and how their students reacted to their efforts.
Gordon Wilkins covers the motoring news of the week with Maxwell Boyd, Michael Frostick and Judith Jackson.
More than 35,000 motorists took part in a Daily Telegraph contest to find the best driver in Britain. Meet the winners of the top prizes - a Jaguar XJ6 and a Triumph Toledo - and watch them in action on the final tests at Cobham in Surrey.
Tonight's programme also reports on the future of Driving Schools and examines the prospects for insurance based on the driver instead of the car.
by Martin Worth
Starring Patrick Mower, Georgina Hale
The cottage is empty. The owners appear to have gone away - yet one of them could be dead.
Theme music composed by:
Admiral Yamamoto was C-in-C Japanese Combined Fleet. The man who had successfutly destroyed the American Fleet at Pearl Harbour. The man on whom the Japanese depended for final victory.
In late 1942, as the direct result of a code-break, the Americans might be able to kill the enemy leader. Should they attempt a political assassination? If they did, what would be the result?
Based on the book "The Codebreakers" by:
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