Wouldn't you say,
Everyone laughs a different way.
Today's story: 'Jenny's Smile' by Jean Watson.
Author of Story:
A new warehouse at Redditch, under the microscope.
With Richard Whitmore.
Conflict takes over when communications break down in this series of five programmes about situations that depend on good communications - work, family, school, politics, even diplomacy.
President Nixon's cautious words on the explosive subject of school desegregation have pleased no one. Blacks and Liberals think he's against it. Southern Conservatives think he's for it - and they're all angry.
To clear up the confusion, a Senate Committee holds a set of hearings, headed by Kennedy-style Democrat Senator Walter Mondale. Their target is the Justice Department - whose job it is is to enforce the Supreme Court rulings on desegregation. By discovering just how it enforces them, Mondale hopes to expose Nixon's real position.
It's a classic political duel, conducted through all available media, ending with a Perry Mason-style cross-examination of the Attorney General of the United States. Afterwards, the question remains: Would British politicians behave differently?
A BBCtv production in association with KCET tv (Los Angeles)
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This week's subjects include:
Painting Restoration: Do you own a painting and have you considered having it restored? What will it cost? How long will it take? Is it really worth having done?
These are some of the questions Barrie Penrose asked a London picture restorer.
James Norbury answers questions.
Introduced by Hugh Scully.
by John Hopkins.
The second of six plays for BBC2 by contemporary authors.
With Ken Haward, Billy Cornelius, Peter Kodak.
(I would live in Cambodia with John: cover story, pp 6-7)
Richard Williams with the news the views, the sounds of today's music. In the studio Seals and Crofts, The Strawbs and any guests who may drop in.