The Extraordinary Hat Maker by MALCOLM CARRICK
Presenters this week:
Sarah Long , Lionel Morton
A weekly series on the problem of raising a family.
The trouble with reading ...
The standard of literacy is going down and one child in ten fails to learn to read at school. But when the school tells you: Leave the teaching to the experts,' what is a parent to do?
Director PAUL KRIWACZEK
Series editor eurfron GWYNNE JONES
Introduced by Meryl O'Keeffe and Michael Reinhold
A topical weekly series that looks critically at the health industry. Tonight's edition includes: Love Thy Neighbour'?
Some of Britain's 70,000 mentally subnormal patients would be better off housed in small hostels in the community. But will the community accept them?
Some Hampshire residents have banded together to oppose such a hostel. How much are their fears based on ignorance? What happens when they actually meet the patients?
Directors JOHN PRESCOTT THOMAS JOHN ANGIEK
Producer KARL SABBAGH
A Western adventure series with guest stars
Broderick Crawford , Rudy Vallee The Man who Broke the Bank at Red Gap
With surprising compassion, Banker Chester E. Powers saves Smith and Jones from a bounty hunter. Of course, there is just one small favour he wants in return ...
A duel of words and wit between Frank Muir
Helen Mirren , Tony Britton and Patrick Campbell
Sue Lloyd, Richard Briers Referee Robert Robinson
Call My Bluff devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAM Director PEGGY WALKER
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES (from Manchester)
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 Tom Paxton
Leapy Lee and the music of Glenn Miller
Introduced by Terry Wogan
With ALYN AINSWORTH AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Choreographer Nigel Lythgoe
Script by ROY TUVEY and MAURICE SELLAR
Designer KENNETH SHARP
Producers STEWART MORRIS, STANLEY DORFMAN
(Tom Paxton is in 'The Old Grey Whistle Test' Tuesday, BBC2, 10.45)
Britain's museums are in trouble. Now there is some hope for a situation that has been getting worse for years.
In Chronicle tonight the National Heritage Society will be presenting fl,000 and the Illustrated London News Trophy to the museum which last year did most to improve its facilities and services to the public.
Magnus Magnusson introduces six museums which have reached the final. All of them show how they have discarded the dry, dusty images of the past to try to win the title ' Museum of the Year.'
Director roy davies
Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONE Moore for your money: page 5
with John Edmunds ; Weather
A live weekly programme in which people and groups are given a chance to have their own say in their own way. Tonight a group of Black teachers criticise the English education system.