A Western adventure series starring with guest stars Judy Carne Tom Ewell
The Root of It All
In the considered opinion of Smith and Jones, looking for buried treasure is not the most peaceful of pastimes. When a woman is also involved in the hunt they expect big trouble. And they get it.
A duel of words and wit between
Ann Morrish , Gyles Brandreth and Frank Muir
Janet Key , Julian Orchard Referee Robert Robinson
Call My Bluff devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN
Director PEGGY WALKER
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES (from Manchester)
Is it really vital for mothers to spend all their waking lives with their children? How do people in other lands go about teaching their kids to behave well? Are children happier in the Botswana bush, in the forests of New Guinea, or at boarding school in the Home Counties? Does it really do any harm for children to know all about sex?
The second programme to be repeated in The Family of Man series compares the way people go about bringing up children in five different places: Colne, Lancashire; Esher, Surrey; a village in the Indian Himalayas; another in northern Botswana; and a forest settlement in the highlands of New Guinea. The Family of Man is fun
One of the most fascinating ideas to reach TV in a long time
Written and produced by JOHN PERCIVAL
Day 1 : Crisis by DEREK HODDINOTT The plan of action formed in Pelham's mind as he circles the Gulf of Naples is doomed to failure before he leaves London.
Story created by INNES LLOYD and DEREK HODDINOTT Designer RAYMOND LONDON Producer INNES LLOYD
Director GILCHRIST CALDER
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