Be Your Own Boss
' I want to work for myself, not for a guv'nor.' What does it take to set up in business on your own - and is it worth it?
Success and Failure
In this season of economic contradictions, what makes for success and what for failure in business?
The Curtain of Silence
What's it like to be deaf? This film shows how deafness can affect anyone at any time and reports on what is being done to help.
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
A digest of the news of the week and other world 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
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
Alan Paton author of Cry the Beloved Country talking to HUGH BURNETT
' Many of my associates were not Christians - they were Jews and Hindus, and non-believers ...' Alan Paton lost his passport in 1960 and still thinks his telephone is being tapped. But he's not unhopeful about the future: ' I don't regard a non-racist society as an impossibility - I regard it as an inevitability.'
Presented by OLIVER HUNKIN
A Personal History of the United States in 13 parts written and narrated by Alistair Cooke 12: The Arsenal
On a July day in 1945 the first atomic bomb was exploded in the New Mexico desert. Three weeks later President Truman ordered the bomb to be dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
In two centuries America had gone from a small nation trusting in a rifle by the fireside to the ' shatterer of worlds.'
From a parade ground in Washington, where Marine recruits learn to be ' tough hombres in uniform,' to a single aircraft commanding 1,000 nuclear missiles, ALISTAIR COOKE looks at the way warfare has changed as America has become a military mammoth. ' Will the technology of the unthinkable war,' he asks, ' grow so strong and subtle as to acquire a momentum all its own which mere men will be powerless to resist? '
Director DAVID HEYCOCK Producer MICHAEL GILL
(Rptd: Monday, 10.10 pm. This series is currently printed in The Listener)
A programme featuring weekly some of the world's most popular music starring The Young Generation and Vince Hill with artists who have sold a million records
This week's guests Dusty Springfield Tony Christie
With ALYN AINSWORTH
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Choreographer NIGEL LYTHCOE
Script by ROY TUVEY and MAURICE SELLAR Design KENNETH SHARP
Producers STEWART MORRIS
The second half of the best of Consequence starring
Kenneth Griffith , Frank Thornton Sheila Steafel with a selection of comedy sketches from the original revue-type series.
Script editor DAVID NOBBS Producer ROGER RACE
by Edward Boyd
with Roddy McMillan as Pike
Pike becomes involved in drugs and murder when a body is found in a hearse - but on the front seat.
Writer/Series devised by:
Chief Insp McArthur:
Does its best to stave off Monday
James Cameron , William Rushton and John Wells -to name but a few - invite you to another of their cosy soirees.
Producer IAN KEILL
Executive producer MIKE FENTIMAN
Charles Winninger with Arleen Whelan
John Russell , Stepin Fetchit
Forty years have passed since the end of the Civil War, but the Confederate spirit, typified by the amiable, ageing Judge Priest , still rules the town of Fairfield, Kentucky. It is election eve, and the Judge is up for re-election once again-but this time seriously rivalled by the State's Attorney, a sharp Yankee politician.
Director JOHN FORD
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