A series of 20 programmes 11: And the walls came tumbling down
Going ' open plan' causes many teachers to have misgivings. Why open plan? And what can teachers in less than perfect settings do to help put the principles into practice?
Introduced by ALAN LITTLE
Producer DAVID ALLEN
(Repeated: Wednesday, 4.0 pm) Book 70p: see page 78
Guy the gorilla - an elephant skull - a field of sheep - a painting by Cezanne: Henry Moore talks about the things that interest him.
In his home and around the studios he describes a collection of paintings and sculptures which is unique. It reflects the qualities which have made his own work as famous as the sculpture of Michelangelo. For the first time he gives a full account of the ideas and intentions expressed in six of his own works which include one of the first reclining figures he ever made more than 40 years ago.
(Tony Church is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company)
by KEN HUGHES starring
The Rectory looked sunny enough when Emma and her husband arrived - but with the shadows came terror.
Lighting JOHN TREAYS Script editor
ANTHEA BHOWNE-WILKINSON Designer CHRIS THOMPSON
Producer JORDAN LAWRENCE Director GERALD BLAKE
Rev Charles Carter:
Sister Marie Therese:
The people behind the stories, the people the stories affect and the people with something to say. Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy together with ROBERT MACNEIL
Vincent Hanna , Tom Mangold , Michael Cockerell , Bill Kerr Elliott and Richard Lindley are the Midweek correspondents. including a News Summary
Deputy editor JOHN GAU Editor PETER PAGNAMENTA
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