Story: Jumblies by EDWARD LEAR Presenters
CHLOE ASHCROFT , FRED HARRIS
A series of ten programmes
Introduced by GEOFFREY MORRIS 3: The Package
Director BRIAN DAVIES
Producer MICHAEL GARROD Book, 80p: page 82
3: Into the Community
Producer ROGER OWEN
Let's Speak Welsh
An introductory series of eight programmes for absolute beginners. Programme 1
Producer WYNNE LLOYD
Prisoner of Conscience Week
' More than 30 countries can be regarded as " Torture states " '-AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL.
Are governments increasingly intolerant of human rights? Has the torture of political prisoners reached epidemic proportions, abetted by public apathy?
Amnesty works to ensure the right for everyone to express his beliefs and dedicates this week to political prisoners throughout the world
MICHAEL DEAN talks to Victor Jokel , Director of Amnesty International in Great Britain, and to critics who question its effectiveness as a force for human rights.
Producer PETER CARR
TV reports from West and East Europe reveal what concerns and interests our Continental neighbours. Introduced by DEREK HART
Producer MARYSE ADDISON
by CHARLOTTE BRONTE: dramatised in five parts by ROBIN CHAPMAN
Michael Jayston as Rochester and Sorcha Cusack as Jane
Part 4: Jane has fallen in love with Rochester but it seems inevitable that he will marry Blanche. Mrs Reed. on her death-bed, told Jane that she deliberately suppressed news that would have been to Jane's advantage.
Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Designer STUART WALKER Producer JOHN MCRAE Director JOAN CRAFT
and his Concert Orchestra
The first of six programmes again bringing a wide range of music with a freshness of interpretation which makes the Mantovani Sound unique.
Leader WILLIAM ARMON
Guest artist Anita Harris Solo flute Lionel Solomon featuring NATALIE SHAW
Musical associate DENNIS WILSON Sound LEN SBOREY
Lighting GEOFF SHAW
Design ROBERT MACGOWAN , SPENCER BUTLER Producer JOHN STREET
Missing the melody: page 4
with Magnus Magnusson and Professor William Watson
The celebrated Exhibition of Chinese Antiquities now open at the Royal Academy in London has revealed a new world of artistic and archaeological treasures to the British public.
From this exhibition Chronicle introduces a unique film, made by the Chinese themselves, of the opening of a 2,000-year-old tomb containing what can only be described as the Chinese Tutankhamun. Not only the actual food, rich possessions and delicate silk clothing of the Marquess of Tai were discovered, but also the ingeniously preserved body of the Marquess herself.
MAGNUS MAGNUSSON talks to PROFESSOR WILLIAM WATSON , academic adviser to the Chinese Exhibition Council, on the background to these.
Directors DAVID COLLISON , RAY SUTCLIFFE Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONE
with Ian Smith ; Weather
with Chris Dunkley including an interview filmed in New York with Sally Quinn , who presents the new CBS breakfast news programme.
Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT
Executive producer MIKE FENTIMAN