Small Pig by ARNOLD LOBEL
Royal Institution Lectures 5: Foreign Languages
There are many strange and wonderful relationships between animals of different species, when they live closely together or come together for a special purpose.
As David Attenborough shows, human beings often try to communicate with animals by teaching them to understand a language, or a signal.
One Year In ...
' From the day of their entry into the Community our British friends will act as if they themselves had invented it ...' Jean Monnet , the ' Father of Europe,' made that remark in 1971, but not all that has been said abroad about Britain in the Common Market is as acid - many people have high hopes about what Britain can do for the Community. Tonight four top journalists from the Community outline on film their country's views on the first year of British membership. The results show a very different picture of Britain in the EEC than is reported to us by our own media.
Introduced by DEREK HART in London and CHARLES WHEELER in Brussels
Producer MARYSE ADDISON
Games with Love and Death
Five stories from the writings of ARTHUR SCHNITZLER dramatised by ROBERT MULLER Another chance to see Story 3: Part 2
A Confirmed Bachelor starring Robert Stephens as Doktor Graesler
starring Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett with Clodagh Rodgers Pan's People featuring FIONA GAUNT
SALLY JAMES , JOHNNY WADE
Written by JOHN CLEESE , GRAHAM CHAPMAN , SPIKE MULLINS , DAVID NOBBS , PETER VIN CENT, DICK VOSBURGH, GERALD WILEY Vocal backing
THE FRED TOMLINSON SINGERS
Arrangements and orchestra directed by RONNIE HAZLEHL 'RST
Pan's People choreography by FLICK COLBY Designer ROBIN TARSNANE Producer TERRY HUGHES
Another chance to see this personal view by J. Bronowski 9: The Ladder of Creation
' It cannot be an accident that the theory of evolution was conceived twice by two men living at the same time in the same culture, the culture of Queen Victoria in England.'
How did life begin on earth? A world-shattering question that sparked off the greatest controversy of the Victorian Age. DR BRONOWSKI recounts the tropical adventures of that most entertaining and accident-prone of self-made naturalists, Alfred Russell Wallace, and how they triggered off the ideas of the more famous Charles Darwin. The blow to orthodox teachings was reinforced by the pioneer work of Louis Pasteur whose experiments amid the vineyards of his home in the French Jura find their echoes in the work of scientists today. Producer DICK GILLING
Series editor ADRIAN MALONE t
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Presented by David Holmes with Peter Dorling Weather
Presented by Chris Dunkley
Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT