Story: The Doleful Donkey by DAPHNE LISTER
Photographs by BARRY BOXALL Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , Johnny Ball
Pianist WILLIAM BLEZARD Designer PATRICK TOTTLE
Written and directed by MARTIN FISHER Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Book, Play School: Ready to Play, £1.50, from bookshops; Play On (record REC 332, cassette ZftM 332), Bang on a Drum, songs from Play School and Play Away (record REC 242 or cassette MRMC 004), from record shops
Stan and Ollie find that where there's a will there are bad relations.
To open a festive season of films celebrating the most famous pop group of them all The Beatles
John, Paul, George and Ringo present their own songs and music in this zany, exuberant and fantastical entertainment. with IVOR CUTLER
JACKLEY VICTOR SPINETTI
Devised, written and directed by THE BEATLES
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The last of five programmes With JAKE DOWNEY
Basics for beginners and film items about the past, present and future of the game. Mixed Doubles
With RAY STEVENS , KAREN BRIDGE PAUL WHETNALL , NORA PERRY
Where to stand, tactics and positional play in defence and attack; badminton since 1945.
Televised at Oswestry Leisure Centre Film editor otto OLEJAR Producer BERNARD adams
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Presented by Angela Rippon from Flatford Mill, Suffolk
Immortalised by the landscape paintings of JOHN CONSTABLE , Flatford Mill, Willy Lott 's cottage and Dedham Vale have come to represent much of which we treasure about the English countryside. Today, Constable's family home is a Field Studies Centre-which runs courses to promote an active interest in Natural History. Would Constable himself have approved of what has happened to Flatford Mill-and could it serve a wider public?
Together with Bernard Price and Richard Mabey , Angela looks around the Mill and Constable Country, and discusses its special role with some of the staff, students and local people who are concerned for its future.
Production assistant CAROLINE weaver Director robin hellier
Producer peter CRAWFORD BBC Bristol
Suffer Little Children
At the end of the International Year of the Child, Moyra Bremner reports on the conditions under which over 50 million children, some only four years old, are put to work throughout the world in factories, coal mines and on the land.
Although an integral part of many Third World economies, harsh circumstances all too often give rise to direct and naked exploitation of the labour of children, with no protection from physical and mental injury.
With reports on conditions around the world, this special edition of Newsweek asks what can be done by the international agencies, by governments, and the conscience of the individual, to alleviate the suffering of these children.
Research VANESSA DOWELL
Producer PETA DESHAMPSNEUFS Deputy editor PETER CERESOLE Editor PETER IBBOTSON
continues the season of great Warner Brothers pictures.
Starring Bette Davis, Paul Henreid
with Claude Rains, Gladys Cooper Bonita Granville, Ilka Chase
This classic romantic melodrama from Warner Brothers' golden era stars Bette Davis as the dowdy spinster Charlotte Vale who is completely dominated by her mother. But after psychiatric treatment, she emerges from her frumpy chrysalis transformed into a stylish, sophisticated woman and embarks upon an intense, but doomed, love affair.
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From the novel by:
Mrs. Henry Windle Vale:
Dr. Dan Regan:
A way of ending the week with with Ned Sherrin.
Plus quiz of the week/year/decade and a seasonal dance from Sponooch.
Gene Kelly Dan Dailey
A series of films starring Gene Kelly starts tonight with a wicked send-up of American television.
Three wartime friends celebrate a reunion at Tim's bar in New York, ten years after the war has ended. Unknown to them, their meeting is being recorded for the television programme 'Midnight with Madeline'
Screenplay by Betty Comden, Adolph Green Produced by Arthur Freed
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Charles Z Culloran: