Story: A House for a Mouse written by MARION GREEN illustrated by CLARE BEATON
Is There Anything Wrong?
The teacher is in the ideal position to spot signs of mild physical abnormality which could be causing learning difficulties.
Introduced by ALAN LITTLE
Producer DAVID ALLEN ‡
Two people of opposing views discuss an issue of the day with Michael Dean in the chair
Producer MICHAEL HILL
Tiles: a unique collection depicting scenes from the very early days of motor racing can be seen on the walls of a building in London.
Before the Television: the visual image as entertainment has inspired the commercial world for many years. JOHN JONES talks about his collection of apparatus used to produce pictures in various ways in the past. Arthur Negus answers viewers' questions Introduced by Hugh Scully
Directors ROBIN DRAKE , PAUL SMITH Producer JOHN KING (Bristol)
based on the novels of ANTHONY TROLLOPE : written for television in 26 parts by SIMON RAVEN. Part 12
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starring Vera Lynn with her guests Tony Christie The Spinners, Roger Webb and The Young Generation
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Choreography NIGEL LYTHGOE Designer BRIAN TREGIDDEN Producer TERRY HUGHES
Three films which concentrate on a few hours of intense activity. 2: The Emigrants
16 August 1973. To the confident strains of ' Anchors Aweigh ' the liner Ellenis slips away into Southampton Water. On the quay-side there is cheering, waving and weeping.
On board are 700 or so emigrants to Australia and New Zealand-leaving Britain for a new life in the New World.
This film follows three families from their home towns in England on to the emigration ship.
In the course of what may be their last 24 hours in their native land, the emigrants reflect on their hopes for the future - and their reasons for the uprooting.
Film editor JONATHAN CRANE Producer ROGER MILLS
Presented by David Holmes with Peter Dorling ; Weather
Paul Barnes and Chris Dunkley introduce a look at the television world. Each week the three national networks transmit about 450 television programmes,. Some of those programmes and some of the issues of the week In Vision.
Art, Ern and Abe are back! The three Leeds miners who featured in tonight's Play for Today have, of course, been around before. Created by Peter Terson , they were in two of his earlier plays - The Fishing Party and Shakespeare - or bust.
PAUL BARNES talks to the actors who brought them to life-Ray Mort, Douglas Livingstone and Brian Glover.
Producer PETER FOGE Š Editor WILL WYATT