Jump too soon,
As high as the moon
Today's story: "The Jumping Shoes" by Peter Wiltshire.
Presenters this week Chloe Ashcroft, Lionel Morton
Author (The Jumping Shoes):
(This series is also running on BBC1 on Sunday afternoons)
With Richard Whitmore.
Reporting the world tonight with the BBC's reporters and correspondents at home and abroad.
A Western starring Dan Duryea, Keenan Wynn, Jeff Richards, Jarma Lewis.
A lone homesteader turns his small ranch house into a miniature fort as he prepares to face the private army assembled by a powerful and ruthless cattle baron - the marauders.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Arthur M. Loew
Match your musical wits tonight against Valerie Pitts, Richard Baker, Robin Ray. Guest musician George Malcolm
Chairman Joseph Cooper
In the name of race, six million Jews were murdered in Nazi Germany, and millions of Americans are today classified as black and underprivileged.
Throughout history, there have always been deprived groups, even the British - Cicero once described his British slaves as incredibly stupid and impossible to teach. But only in the last 100 years has the idea of 'race' led man to define more rigidly differences between various groups.
The resulting doctrines have cast a shadow over the last half-century, but what do they mean now to a biologist, an anthropologist, and psychologist?
In tonight's Horizon we examine these different interpretations and ask: how did ideas about race originate? What foundation does it have in scientific investigation? Could it turn out to be man's most dangerous myth?
Eight writers in a Birmingham Season
"There does come a time, I know, when age knows less than youth. I don't think I've reached it."