The Little House by VIRGINIA LEE BURTON Presenters this week
Miranda Connell , Brian Cant
A weekly series on the problems of raising a family
In Search of Identity
When parents' attitudes are rooted in one culture and their children brought up in another, with what can the children identify? Where do they belong?
Director HARRY B. LEVINSON
Producer EURFRON GWYNNE JONES
Children of one Family
STANLEY WILSON expected that if anything in Saffron Walden were named after him it would be the public lavatory. A lifelong rebel, he fought for political causes because he cared deeply about people. At 50 Stanley married KITTY EDWARDS. His opponents hoped he would mellow and named an Old Folks Home after him.
But the real Wilson monument is their own home for children in care where they are bringing up the last of their unlimited family.
Director SANDRA WAINWRIGHT
Executive producer JENNIFER JEREMY
A Western adventure series starring Jane Merrow, Jane Wyatt
The Reformation of Harry Briscoe
Gallant as always, Smith and Jones stop and help two nuns whose wagon has broken down. But our knights of the trail might just have kept on riding - at a gallop - if they had only known that this simple act of kindness was going to lead them into just the kind of trouble they had been trying to avoid ...
J D Cannon:
A cartoon film from the drawings of Gerard Hoffnung.
A family album illustrates Professor Ya-Ya's Memoirs.
Produced by Halas and Batchelor in association with BBC-tv Enterprises
A duel of words and wit between
Janet Suzman , Paul Daneman and Frank Muir
Christianna Brand James Maxwell
Referee Robert Robinson
Call my Bluff devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN Director PEGGY WALKER
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES (from Manchester)
starring Dave Allen with JACQUELINE CLARKE RONNIE BRODY
PETER HAWKINS , ROBERT EAST
Script by DAVE ALLEN
AUSTIN STEELE and PETER VINCENT Designer KEITH CHEETHAM Producer PETER WHITMORE
In this Chronicle film Robert Hardy tells the story of the Longbow - the simple yew stave which in the hands of the yeoman bowman became the dreaded war weapon of the English in the Middle Ages. He traces its origins from the late Stone Age to its devastating use at the Battle of Crecy in 1346. Not until the American Civil War, 500 years later, was a weapon devised to match its rate of fire.
The author makes his own longbows and has won competitions with them. He uses his vast knowledge to explain the legends which have grown up around a piece of wood which held Europe in fear for more than 100 years.
Director ROY DAVIES
Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONE Film cameraman JOHN WYATT Film editor KEITH RAVEN
A programme with a point of view defined week by week by the opinions of its guest critics-whether lay or professional.
Producer PETER CARR
with John Edmunds ; Weather