Story: The Wobbly Chair (traditional) Presenters
A series for teachers in schools and colleges of further education. 2: Getting across
Two teachers who appear to be involving their students and one who admits to failing.
Producer david ALLEN
(Booklet, 80p: page 59)
The last of six films that show the beautiful intertwinings of the living things on our varied earth. The Living Lakes
The Great Rift Valley in Kenya contains a string of remarkable lakes each with its own specialised wealth of wildlife. There are huge contrasts.-from sizzling soda flats with flamingos to cool lily ponds with malachite kingfishers.
Pelican, fish eagle, cormorant, and both the black heron and the fishermen of Lake Baringo with their extraordinary fishing techniques, all are beautifully adapted to the local conditions - that is, until Man begins to change things ...
Narrated by DEREK JONES
Producer RICHARD brock , (from Bristol) A BBC/BP Film Unit production series
Paradise with Mistakes
In this country we haven'always been enthusiastic about our new towns, but architects and planners from all over the world have admired and copied them.
This week, West German Television looks at the British new towns, and compares them, favourably, with their own, which, they feel, lack body and soul.' Introduced by DEREK HART
Producer MARYSE ADDISON
by LEO TOLSTOY dramatised in 20 parts by JACK PULMAN to life and people returned to the city. Among those returning were Maria and Natasha, and also Pierre-who told Maria of his growing love for Natasha.
Producer DAVID CONROY Director JOHN DAVIES 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
(Anthony Hopkins is a National Theatre player)
In spite of our technological advances we are still utterly dependent on the animal world. Whether we eat animals, keep them as pets, are plagued by them or just admire them, it is increasingly important that we understand them. A full understanding can only come through studies of animal behaviour.
This film introduces a new 13-part series which will show behaviour in the light of current research on animals ranging from ants to elephants.
Narrator HUGH FALKUS
PROFESSOR NIKO TINBERGEN
Presented by CHRISTOPHER parsons (from Bristol)
When the breeding has to stop
How easy is it to get sterilised? Should there be abortion on demand? Do we need a free contraceptive service? Our average family size is 2.5. To avoid a social and population crisis it needs to be 2.1. Aberdeen, one of the few cities to have a fully comprehensive family planning service, has already successfully cut its birth rate. The Government plan to withdraw this kind of free service. But, in the light of Aberdeen's success, should the Government be made to reconsider? Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Film editor TED WALTER Editor BRUCE NORMAN
Producer MICHAEL ANDREWS
by TARA PREM
A film in the third season of short plays from Birmingham
A young Indian boy dreams of film stars. When his favourite actress arrives in Birmingham, his dream may come true.
Script editor BARRY HANSON
Film cameraman MICHAEL Williams Film editor OLIVER WHITE Producer DAVID ROSE
Director MICHAEL LINDSAY-HOGG (Radio Times People: page 4)
JOHN MCLAUGHLIN (guitar) BILLY COBHAM (drums) RICK LAIRD (bass)
JAN HAMMER (piano)
JERRY GOODMAN (violin)
Designer LESLEY JOAN BREMNESS Producer STANLEY DORFMAN
with John Edmunds ; Weather
Michael Dean surveys the week's TV output and invites others to assess its achievements and effect.
Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT