Story: The Scribble Story by PHYLLIS JOWITT Presenters CARMEN MUNROE
Skills for trade unionists 3: Getting Organised
All in a day's work: 1
The Integrated Day can mean a number of things in theory; what does it mean in practice? The first of two programmes in which LYNNE EYNON 'S day with her class of infants is observed in detail.
Producer DAVID ALLEN
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This week: Education
What's going wrong in our schools?
Brian Cox , Professor of English at Manchester University and editor of the ' Black Papers' on education, explains to three mps where he thinks the new methods in schooling have gone wrong and how to put the mistakes right. Chairman Robert McKenzie
Producer MARGARET douglas
Although a dedicated country stylist himself, America's ambassador of country music says ' Yippee ' to most other forms of singing entertainment including: The old and yet very new sound of The King's Singers
The smooth playing and singing of Friday Brown and listens amazed to the musical zeal of Adge Cutler 's Wurzels
Recorded at Cesars Club, Luton Musical director JEREMY LUBBOCK Director MIKE BEGG
Producer DOUGLAS HESPE
based on the novels of ANTHONY TROLLOPE : written for television in 26 parts by SIMON RAVEN. Part 19
Script editor I.ENNOX PHILLIPS Designer TIM HARVEY
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Director RONALD WILSON
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Lord Chief Justice:
Duke of St Bungay:
Sir Gregory Grogram:
Clerk of the Court:
presents her Spring Collection
The accompaniments are provided by husband John Dankworth and his music. Their special guest is pianist Oscar Peterson
Recorded at the Collegiate Theatre, London Sound GRAHAM HAINES
Lighting TOMMY THOMAS Designer KEITH HARRIS Producer DON SAYER
A series about the French Impressionists and those who were influenced by them.
3: Edouard Manet, the witty man-about-town, who loved high society and longed for official approval-but whose work made him an outsider.
An absinth drinker . , . naked women picnicking ... a whore immortalised ... these were the paintings which outraged his public. But what was equally startling was that he triumphed on his own terms in the end. He achieved the impossible by combining official success with an art which advanced through Impressionism to the thresholds of today.
Written by MAX-POL FOUCHET Narrator MARTIN JARVIS Voice of Manet
Other voices PATRICK NEWELL
Director GERARD PIGNOL
Produced for French TV: presented for BBCtV by MARGARET MCCALL
Presented by Peter Dorling Weather
Tony Bilbow and Philip Jenkin son present a round-up of what's going on in the film world, including Busting, starring Elliott Gould ; also comments about this year's Cannes Film Festival from Alexander Walker , the British representative on the Grand Jury.
Producer BARRY BROWN
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