Today's story is 'The Tiger who came to tea'
Written and illustrated by Judith Kerr
(Repeated on BBC1 at 4.15 pm)
Writer/Illustrator (The Tiger who came to tea):
Commentary spoken by Ian Holm
A BBC/NDR production
with Peter Woods
Denis Tuohy talks to Harry Button
Harry Button was born in the Sheffield area and spent all his working life in the steel industry. Now 82, he looks back to when he signed on as a 13-year-old boy at a few shillings a week and links the widespread exploitation of those days with the gradual improvements which steel workers have won during his lifetime.
Reporters Jeremy James, Jeanne La Chard, John Pitman, Denis Tuohy, Desmond Wilcox, Harold Williamson
This week: VD - Who Cares?
An epidemic that, say critics of national policies, is being swept under the carpet. One person in every 200 today attends a venereal disease clinic. VD has become the second highest notifiable disease after measles. More alarming is the spread of the disease among the young - girls of 15-21 and boys from 19-24. Figures for gonorrhoea alone are 14 times higher among the under-25s than among the over-25s. Some people are beginning to ask - is this epidemic the price of the permissive society?
Jeremy James and a Man Alive film team have talked to patients and doctors at the clinics to discover how an undermanned and outdated part of the National Health Service is coping with the situation. In the studio parents, youngsters, doctors and patients, as well as health educationalists, discuss what needs to be done.
Tonight's film in this season of British films by some of the distinguished directors and writers who brought a new style to the cinema in the 60s.
Starring Richard Harris, Rachel Roberts
with Alan Badel, William Hartnell, Colin Blakely
The progress of Rugby League player Frank Machin is a chronicle of jubilation and despair. His success on the field is not matched in his private life with his unsuccessful attempts to win the trust and affection of an introverted widow.
Writer David Storey, director Lindsay Anderson, producer Karel Reisz, and actors Rachel Roberts and Richard Harris are in perfect harmony in this brilliant tale of an impossible love affair set in a northern industrial town.
There are some remarkable supporting performances from Alan Badel and Vanda Godsell as the industrialist and his wife who sponsor Machin, William Hartnell as a hanger-on and Colin Blakely as Machin's friend
(Rachel Roberts interview and This Week's Films: page 11)
Party political broadcast on behalf of the Conservative and Unionist Party
(Also on BBC1)
Joan Bakewell, Tony Bilbow, Sheridan Morley, Ray Taylor
Ray Taylor, the latest recruit to Line-Up is a Yorkshire actor who went to Canada and Australia where he compered his own shows.