Story: Follow this Line written by MICHAEL O'LEARY illustrated by JOHN HASLAM Presenters: Karen Platt
Storytime from Play School, 25p, from bookshops
A series of ten programmes presented by ANNE LAPPING and MICHAEL REINHOLD
4: 'why are we waiting?
Are long waiting times for outpatient appointments and non-emergency operations simply due to lack of resources, or are there other reasons?
Director CHRIS JELLEY
Series editor PETER RIDING
A series of five films about residential social work 4: Caring for Children
'Since I've had my own child I can see just how much love and affection a child really needs from its mother. That makes you realise just how much love and affection the child in care needs.'
A film about three different homes for children.
Producer GORDON CROTON
(To be repeated on 30 November BBC1)
A series of ten sales training films 5: Awkward Customers
John Cleese and Angharad Rees are sales assistants dealing with the Tiger, the Rabbit and the Warthog. with John Barron June Whilfield and George A. Cooper
Written by JOHN CLFESE and ANTONY JAT Director PETER ROBINSON A VIDEO ARTS film
with Ludovic Kennedy , Robin Day News from Angela Rippon
Every weekday evening the news is followed by extended interviews and debates with the leading personalities involved in the important issues of our time.
Associate producer JOHN Reynolds Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON Retiieui: page 74
John-Boy's graduation from high school is fast approaching and his proud family are buying him a new suit for the occasion. But an unexpected disaster seems likely to spoil everything ...
by ANDRE MAUKOIS
The BBC2 serial: written for television in six parts by DAVID TURNER starring Nicky Henson as Balzac Episode 3: Man and Women
Tragedy and pain offer no defeat to Balzac, acting instead as a spur to even greater endeavours, increasing not only his literary output, but also his appetite for love.
Studio sound RAMON BAILEY
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Designer MARGARET PEACOCK Producer RICHARD BEYNON Director JOAN CRAFT
Comtesse de Berny:
Marquise de Castries:
Cuban television is 25 years old. In 1959 when Castro came to power, the Revolutionary Government took it over. Today, Cuban television must rank as one of the most purposeful services in the world. Every programme, whether it's comedy, drama, music, soap opera, carries a message - educational, cultural or political propaganda. Every section of the community has its own show, from schoolchildren to factory workers. It's all for the good of the people and they seem to enjoy it. There's no alternative, but as you'll see from tonight's examples, it's far from dull.
The first in the season from
BBC Wales. Introduced and conducted by Boris Brott
Tonight's theme: Joy and Sorrow, including Scott Joplin 's ' The Entertainer,' Jupiter from 'The Planets' by Hoist, and ' Valse Triste ' by Sibelius. PAMELA DAVIES (dancer)
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader PETER THOMAS
Producer ARNOLD LEWIS
Director VINCENT DOWDALL. BBC Wales
Angela Rippon ; Weather
GARY WATSON reads
Bat by D. H. LAWRENCE