The first of ten programmes for trade unionists on Democracy at Work.
It's no longer just pay. Trade unionists now seek to bargain about health and safety, women's rights at work, pensions, investment decisions ...
This film of the history of the union movement shows how the trend towards wider industrial democracy has grown from the struggles of the past.
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
A practical guide to everyday writing, with seven new and handy ways of remembering spelling.
Today there's help with filling in forms.
Presented by BARRY TOOK with MICHAEL GAMBON and SAEED JAFFREY
Sketches by ANDY HAMILTON , BARRY PILTON Director JULIAN STENHOUSE Producer CAROLINE PICK
Happily Every After
As parents seem to be coming under increasing pressure today, PAULINE CRABBE asks: is it because our expectations of family life are unrealistic? With contributions from JUDITH WILLIAMSON and regional organisers of the NCH Family Network phone-in advisory service.
Production assistant JOHN BROOKE Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK
A series of ten programmes in Which PROFESSOR BERNARD WILLIAMS asks: Can philosophy resolve some contemporary moral dilemmas? 1: Moral in Conflict
Tell a lie or get a friend into trouble? How do you choose? Bernard Williams offers three different philosophical approaches to this dilemma. These go a long way to explain why moral standards today are so varied.
Assistant producer BRYN BROOKS Producer CHRIS JELLEY
A series of six films about the cinema and public opinion in the 1930s.
1: Window on the World
In the 1930s for the first time in history, the British public was able to see for itself what appeared to be going on in the outside world. It was an experience made possible by the cinema newsreel.
Written by NICHOLAS PRONAY Produced by HOWARD SMITH
A 15-part sociology series. 11: The Media
The media influence the way we think and act, and our family background and education determine which parts of the media we listen to/read/watch.
Narrated by MICHAEL MOLYNEUX
Producer TONY ROBERTS
Director CHARLES PASCOE
with John Craven and Lucy Mathen A week of special programmes about Africa
Today: The Story of Africa
Many Europeans once called Africa ' the Dark Continent'. Few dared to venture there and probe its mysteries. John and Lucy investigate stories from Africa's past to find out how they have affected life there today. They trace the arrival of the white explorers, missionaries and slave traders, and look at their influence in Africa since they first went there just a few hundred years ago.
The Second Test from Sydney
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the fourth day's play.
including subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
The Truth About Red Cloud,
General Custer. Butch Cassidy ... and John Wayne
' Yessir ... if you've seen it on those Western movies, it first happened on the Powder.'
The American West - nowhere else in the world has been so saturated in fiction. But, to producer Tim Slessor , who once lived there, the reality is much more dramatic than the myth.
This film tells the story of just one small area: the Powder River Basin of Wyoming. Here, in its original edition, happened almost everything that has gone to make the West the legend that it has become. This was the final strong-hold of the Sioux. Later came English and Scots m'luds, who aimed to make their fortunes as cattle-barons. Later still came the Wild Bunch - led by Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. But,as this film discloses, they were noTkilled in an Andean shoot-out. Yessir ... it first happened on the Powder.
Producer TIM SLESSOR Series editors
ANTHONY ISAACS. MICHAEL ANDREWS
A series of seven programmer The First Touch by JOHN PETERS starring
As if running a club Isn't difficult enough, Sam, Simon and Billy face the prospect of financial embarrassment when their partner Barbara loses E4,000 they haven't got!
Studio lighting ALAN HORNE Script editor JOHN KERSHAW Designer PAUL MUNTING
Producer JOHN SICHEL
Opens a season of recent, highly-acclaimed films starring
Teresa Wright , Lilia Skala
Three portraits of love. loneliness and ambition set against the common background of New York's famous ballroom,' Roseland '. In this West Side dance-hall people come to dance, to meet others, to remember times past. Their stories and longings interweave to form a charming mosaic of this fascinating strata of American society.
Funny,'moving, imaginative new movie
(THE NEW YORK TIMES)
Trie performances are, without exception, superb null,anptTU(SUNDAY
Screenplay by (SUNDAY EXPRESS) RUTH PRAWER JHABVALA
Produced by ISMAIL MERCHANT Directed by JAMES IVORY ( First showing on British television) Films: page 23
Master of Ceremonies:
takes a look at the contemporary rock scene.
Introduced by Anne Nightingale In the studio Cozy Powell Public Image with films. album tracks, interviews, news and reviews.
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
Bustopher Jones: The Cat about Town by T. S. ELIOT