The series which examines our working lives.
How can school-leavers decide which job -and which employer-will best suit their personalities and talents?
Europe - are we ready?
Whether it likes it or not British industry will be in the Common Market from 1 January. New laws, new markets, new competition are waiting. How prepared is the average British businessman? Presented by BRIAN WIDLAKE
The Making of a Natural History Film
Two years ago Horizon asked some Natural History film makers to make a film and then, in the intervening years, filmed how they did it.
How, for example, do you get cameras inside birds' nests that are in dark holes in trees, or into the bottom of an insect-eating pitcher plant to film the plant's eye-view of its dinner? How do you arrange for a pike to catch a stickleback successfully in full view of the camera and lights?
It's probably the most detailed film ever made of the life of the stickleback, even down to the way he sees the world through a haze of tiny animals that lodge in the lens of his eye.
with Michael De Morgan
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
Chuck Stone, Chairman of the US National Conference on Black Power talking to GERALD PRIESTLAND
'There are two things you can't be in America. One, you can't be a nigger. Two, you can't be a nigger who enjoys himself...'
Producer OLIVER HUNKIN
A Personal History of the United States in 13 parts written and narrated by Alistair Cooke 3: Home from Home
Two kinds of colonists went out from 17th-century England. Merchant adventurers founded plantations in Virginia and the south, and experimented with ' democratical' government and new crops like tobacco. Religious dissidents, the Pilgrims and Puritans, landed up in New England and, under the leadership of Governor John Winthrop , hoped to lead more independent and godly lives through their congregational establishment. Both communities came to settle and trade, and by the mid-18th century a thin strip of British colonies extended the length of the eastern seaboard.
The man who most typified the optimism and ' morning innocence ' of that America was from Philadelphia in the middle colonies: the printer, writer, inventor, diplomat, and statesman, Benjamin Franklin.
Director ANN TURNER
Producer MICHAEL GILL
(Repeated: Monday. 10.10 pm. and currently printed in The Listener)
2 : The Graceful Stars bring you the Best of Both Worlds
Top skaters and gymnasts from America and Europe combine in a unique programme of music and movement.
Including skating stars
Janet Lynn , Toller Cranston Gross and Kagelmann and World Modern Gymnastics Champion Vera Marinova with the Norwegian Olympic Gymnastics Team
Commentator BRIAN MATTHEW
Recorded at Queens Ice Club and Guildford Sports Centre Producer DON SAYER
An ironic look at the world through the eyes of Fleet Street's top columnists and cartoonists - Nat Gubbins , Timothy Shy , Osbert Lancaster , Beachcomber, Giles, Vicky, Glenda Slag , Zee and many more. starring Julian Orchard with Anna Quayle William Rushton and KEN WYNNE
ROLAND MACLEOD , NORMAN CHAPPELL DAMARIS HAYMAN , PAUL MCDOWELL Special guest Michael Hordern
Music KEN JONES
Designer ROBERT BERK
Adapted and produced by BARRY TOOK Director SYDNEY LOTTERBY
by Peter Draper
A series of seven ghost stories
Powys Jubb, a world-famous writer, wakes up every morning at 4.20 when his bedroom clock stops ticking. He feels that at 4.20 one morning he will die.
James Cameron , Kenny Everett , William Rushton and John Wells -to name but a few - look at the way some of us were last week.
Director TONY LARYEA Producer IAN KEILL
A season of films by one of the masters of the cinema - JOHN FORD starring
Ben Johnson , Joanne Dru
Harry Carey Jr, Ward Bond
In the Fall of 1879 a Mormon wagon train is setting out westward to establish new settlements on the Utah-Arizona border. The leader of the group persuades two footloose young horse-traders to guide them through unfamiliar and dangerous country.
Director JOHN FORD
Jr, Ward Bond
Dr Locksley Hall: