Anthony Steel , Barbara Rush with I. S. Johar
For Harry Black , killing tigers was a business - a way of life in which courage was a matter of course. But with the arrival of two old friends from England, love and loyalty make it much less simple.
Director HUGO FREGONESE
(This Week's Films: page 11)
An entertainment for children with Brian Cant
CHLOE ASHCROFT , TONI ARTHUR JOHNNY BALL , JONATHAN COHEN SPIKE HEATLEY , ALAN RUSHTON
People and places-music and jokes. Games for indoors and out.
Producer ANN REAY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Grand Canyon by Kayak and Raft In 1869 John Wesley Powell became the first man to navigate the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River.
A hundred years later a dozen of the world's top canoeists, backed by three rescue rafts, retraced Powell's voyage into uncertainty; at the bottom of a chasm over a mile deep, they too risked their lives amid the 20-ft waves, vast whirlpools, and giant rapids of one of the most powerful rivers in the world.
Winner of First Prize in the Rank Newsreel Documentary Awards for 1970.
Narrated by ANDREW FAULDS
Photographed by PAUL BERRIFF Written and produced by RICHARD ROBINSON
A Job is Not Enough
LEONARD ELMHIRST tried to break the pattern of industrial decline at Dartington, Devon, in 1925. Now Dartington is reaching out again-to help the Yorkshire mining town of Conisbrough.
Directors AI.AN DORSON, STEPHEN ROSE Producer PETER BRUCE
David Holmes on the political scene
Editor MICHAEL PAYNE
The 1972/73 Tour of The 7th All Blacks
Match No 11: Wales v New Zealand
Introduced by Cliff Morgan
1905, 1935 and 1953: the three famous years when Wales beat an All Blacks Test side. After two supremely successful seasons and their recognised contribution to the 1971 British Lions, do Wales, without John Dawes and Barry John , still have the potential to beat Ian Kirkpatrick's team to give them the 'rubber' at Cardiff Arms Park? Commentator at the National Rugby Stadium Bill McLaren
Outside broadcast director DEWI GRIFFITHS
Series producer ALAN MOUNCER
by LEO TOLSTOY
A second chance to see this dramatisation in 20 parts by JACK PULMAN 10: Madness
Andrei proposed to Natasha and was accepted. However, his father insisted they wait for a year before marrying and Andrei went abroad. Nikolai returned home and re-affirmed his love for Sonya.
Designer DON HOMFRAY
Costume designer CHARLES KNODE
Costume supervisor CHRISTINE RAWLINS Make-up DAWN ALCOCK
Studio lighting JOHN SUMMERS
Studio sound DEREK MILLER-TIMMINS Film cameraman PETER HALL Film sound GRAHAM HARE
Film editor GORDON CLARKE
Visual effects MICHEALJOHN HARRIS Translator ROSEMARY EDMONDS
Choreographer GERALDINE STEPHENSON
(An 84-page illustrated guide is available from newsagents, price 25p)
(Having a lovely time: pages 70-75)
Introduced by David Dimbleby
What's happening in our schools? And what should be?
And should schools happen?
With historical assistance from Plato, Leo Tolstoy, The Amazing McMillan Sisters, Tom Brown, Various Living Notables, and of course Children
With film reports from:
Richard Lindley on today's
France (Where they order things differently)
Russia (Where it's even more different)
Leeds and Leicester
And an examination of Nursery Education
'Parentes and maisters should be familiarly linked in amitie, and contynual conference for their common care.' (Richard Mulcaster: 17th century)
'I don't know, Ma'am, why they make all this fuss about education. None of the Pagets can read, and they get on well enough.' (Lord Melbourne to Queen Victoria: 19th century)
'In his shop, or his office, in managing his estate or his family... (a man) is very little aided by this knowledge he took so many years to acquire...'
(Herbert Spencer: 19th century)
' Is it any ... use at all?' (School Leaver: 1972)
Director MARK PATTERSON
Production team: SIMON ALBURY, INGRID MATTHEWS, RONALD WEBSTER
Producer ANTONY rouse
(Where the learning begins: pages 10-20)
starring Peter Wyngarde
Janet Blair , Margaret Johnston
A lecturer in psychology is alarmed to discover that his wife is obsessed with witchcraft and the practice of black magic. She explains that her collection of occult objects - a human skull, a dead frog - is their only defence against the forces of evil.
Director SIDNEY HAYERS
(This Week's Films: page 11)
Prof Lindsay Carr: