Story : Three Little Fishes by SAXIE DOWELL illustrated by LAURENCE HENRY
What's So Special?
The increasing integration of handicapped children into ordinary schools creates difficulty and anxiety for many teachers. What are the problems and where are the advantages?
Director GERRY NORTHAM Producer DAVID ALLEN ‡
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This week: Housing
Why can'we give every family a decent house?
Michael Harloe of the Centre for Environmental Studies tells three of the new MPs just elected to Parliament how he thinks the politicians have gone wrong and what to do to put things right. Chairman Robert McKenzie
Producer MARGARET DOUGLAS
That perennial sign of good cheer - the pictorial inn sign, is, sadly, fast disappearing from many pubs - creating yet another field for the collector. Ethnography
HERMIONE WATERFIELD explores primitive art and artefacts from Africa-just one aspect of this relatively unknown subject. 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 15
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Raquel Welch in her new television special.
Singing, dancing, and, of course, looking sensational with The Krofft Puppet Company It's the Krofft puppets and marionettes who accompany Raquel down memory lane to the dangerous world of One Million Years BC and into the terrifying future of Fantastic Voyage as well as the rumbustious present of Kansas City Bomber.
It all goes to prove, as her fans have always believed, that Raquel is a lot more than just a pretty face ... she says:
Director DAVE WILSON
(A programme recorded in America)
Russell Braddon inscribes an Epitaph to a Friendship in this series of highly personal films
The friendship between Australia and Britain is dead, declares Australian author RUSSELL BRADDON , who has lived here since 1949.
In this protest at the recent loosening of ties, he insists that Britain's new immigration rules and Australia's new nationalism have poisoned the old loyalties and affection.
Filmed in Australia and Britain, the programme also reveals Braddon's crisis as an expatriate: his old sense of being British and Australian has been destroyed and, suddenly, he belongs nowhere.
Photography GEOFF BURTON. TIM SESEMANN Producer MALCOLM BROWN DirectorTOM HAYDON
On the Braddon beat: pane 5
with David Holmes ; Weather
Introduced by Paul Barnes and Chris Dunkley
Two Days to the Cup Final - the television match of the year. In Vision takes a look at the mammoth operation involved in televising a football match - with the commentators, directors, technicians, players and fans.
Producer PETER FOGES Editor WILL WYATT