Asians on the Shop Floor
Could training courses for shop stewards, foremen and Asian workers lead to better race relations?
The Conservative Economy
Two years ago, the Conservatives seemed set to change the whole basis of government financial involvement in industry.
Tastes of Foods to Come
In the next year or two we can expect to be able to buy chicken, lamb or beef for a fifth of the present price - because it will be made out of fungus.
This programme looks at the people who will bring us tomorrow's foods and flavours.
Editor PETER GOODCHILD Producer BRIAN GIBSON
A digest of the news of the week and other matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world. The interesting, the picturesque, the important and the dramatic - plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with John Edmunds
This week News Review features an experimental holiday abroad for people who could enjoy it even without the sound: Quietly to the Rhine with Bill Northwood
by MICHAEL FLANDERS and JOSEPH HOROVITZ sung by the King's Singers performed by the children of St Paul 's Way School, Bow, E4
A high-spirited musical version of the old story
Children under the direction of JENNY DAVIES
Designer BABET HAIDER
Producer DAVID TURNBULL
The Insect Man A tribute to
Jean-Henri Fabre (1823-1915) with Ralph Michael as the great French entomologist
At the beginning of the century Fabre was known to thousands of readers for his vivid descriptions of insect behaviour. Among his greatest contributions to science were his studies of the hunting wasps, which paralyse prey for their larvae to feed on in their underground cells. Fabre was an enthusiastic populariser, to whom moaern methods of communication such as radio and television would have had an instant appeal.
This programme takes the form of an imaginary television visit to his home in Provence, in which Fabre talks about his life and work and recreates many of the field experiments which so fascinated his readers years ago. Written by ALAN GIBSON
Devised and produced by CHRISTOPHER PARSONS (from Bristol)
leader WILLIAM ARMON featuring Vince Hill and speciality dancer DENYS PALMER
THE ROY GUNSON DANCERS
THE TONY MANSELL SINGERS
Choreographer ROY GUNSON Designer ROBERT MACGOWAN Producer JOHN STREET
'by EVELYN WAUGH starring
Harry Worth as William Boot Adapted in seven parts by BARRY TOOK
1: The Stitch Service with and, in order of appearance:
Film cameraman JAMES BALFOUR Film editor BOB RYMER
Costume design VALERIE SPOONER Make-up ANGELA SEYFANG Lighting JIMMY PURDIE Design
ROGER MURRAY-LEACH Producer MICHAEL MILLS
(Kenneth J. Warren is in ' Canterbury Tales ' at the Phoenix Theatre, London) (' I'm Worth of the Daily Beast see pages 9 and 11)
Great Aunt Anne:
by JULIAN BOND
Gallery of Faces with Events transform Richard Drew 's return to Milan and Lucy into a tragi-comedy of errors.
Producer STELLA RICHMAN Director ALASTAIR REID
Man on tram:
James Cagney , Horst Buchholz Pamela Tiffin , Arlene Francis A season of BILLY WILDER 'S most celebrated comedies
The career of an American executive in West Berlin is threatened when his boss's visiting 17-year-old daughter disappears behind the Iron Curtain - and then turns up with a rabid young communist she's secretly married.
Producer and director BILLY WILDER (This Week's Films: page 11)