The third of ten programmes for trade unionists on Democracy at Work.
Should unions do more to secure greater job satisfaction for their members? If so, how? The film includes a report by shop stewards from Jaguar on a visit to the Volvo car works in Sweden.
Director PETER LEE-WRIGHT
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Story: The Princess and the Pea (traditional) Presenters
Carol Chell , Ben Bazell
A practical guide to everyday writing, with seven new and handy ways of remembering spelling. Today there's help with job application forms. Presented by BARRY TOOK with MICHAEL GAMBON and ZENA WALKER
Sketches written by ANDY HAMILTON and BARRY PILTON
Director JULIAN STENHOUSE Producer CAROLINE pick
Growing Up in the City
It used to be an exciting adventure growing up in the city; today inner-city life is thought of as full of problems. COLIN WARD describes some of the reasons for this change of attitude and ED BERMAN and CHRIS WEBB suggest ways in which the city child's environment can be improved.
Production assistant JOHN BROOKE Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK
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A series of ten programmes in Which PROFESSOR BERNARD WILLIAMS asks: Can philosophy resolve some contemporary moral dilemmas? 3: Life - at any Cost?
How sacred is life? An elderly patient asks for death. Is there a difference between killing and letting die? A child is born severely deformed and handicapped with spina bifida. How hard should doctors strive to maintain its life?
Producer CHRIS JELLEY
A series of six films about the cinema and public opinion in the 1930s.
How did the newsreels present developments in Nazi Germany after Hitler's rise to power?
A 15-part sociology series. 13: A Multi-racial Society?
Narrated by MICHAEL MOLYNEUX
Producer TONY ROBERTS
Director CHARLES PASCOE
A series of ten programmes
The master comedian from the golden age of silent comedy in excerpts from films that thrilled and entertained a generation.
Harold gets scalded in Hot Water when he takes his bride and in-laws for a ride in his new pride and joy - a Butterfly 6 automobile. He proves a little better at claiming the West in an excerpt from his spoof Eastern Westerner.
Written by PETER DURSTON
Produced by BOB HOAG
The story of a warm-hearted family of pioneer stock - surviving the Depression years of the 30s and facing the war years of the 40s, starring
Grandma Comes Home
Amid great excitement Grandma returns from hospital at long last, but as time passes something seems to be impairing her happiness.
Based on EARL HAMNER jr's autobiographical novel Spencer's Mountain Written by ROD PETERSON and CLAIRE WHITAKER Directed by RALPH SENENSKY
Koko the Gorilla
Introduced and narrated by David Attenborough
For centuries the ability to master language was thought to set man apart from the animals. But now apes are being taught a human language; the sign language of the deaf.
Koko is the first gorilla to learn this language. At eight years old she has a vocabulary of over 400 signs. She talks to Californian psychologist PENNY PATTERSON; argues, even lies. But does Koko understand as much as Penny claims? Do her abilities really challenge the traditional view of mans uniqueness?
Produced by BARBET SCHROEDER BBCtv presentation by PELHAM ALDRICH-BLAKE
Series editors PETER JONES and ANTHONY ISAACS. BBC Bristol
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Hair Today Gone Tomorrow by WATT NICHOL starring
When a public figure is indiscreet Barbara leads a crusade to help him, and others like him, save his face.
Studio lighting GEOFF SHAW
Costume designer SHEILA BEERS Designer TONY SNOADEN Producer JOHN SICHEL
Sir Raymond Reid:
Man in hair clinic:
continues the season of recent, highly-acclaimed films starring
Katharine Ross Paula Prentiss
Stepford: a tranquil oasis of calm and civilisation after the noise and terrors of New York. Or is it? As Joanne becomes increasingly aware that her neighbours are zombie-like automatons she realises that the next victim may be her best friend - or herself. Is she too late to stop the conformity and male domination ... ?
British director Bryan Forbes, in his first American movie, portrays a terrifying vision of a world that seems - at times - uncomfortably close to the'materialistic society of the 1970s. The result is science-fiction-fact, with strong elements of contemporary satire.
A witty, intelligent, adult entertainment on a theme which is important and provocative. (SUNDAY TIMES) Screenplay by WILLIAM GOLDMAN from the novel by IRA LEVIN
Produced by EDGAR j. SCHERICK Directed by BRYAN FORBES
from Sydney, Australia
The second one-day final for the Benson and Hedges World Series Cup RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the second match in the triangular tournament with £25,000 of prize-money to be shared between the two competing teams. This match is a day/night match with play starting in daylight and then continuing under floodlights with the players using coloured equipment and white cricket balls.
Television presentation 9 NETWORK, Australia Producer NICK HUNTER
takes a look at the contemporary rock scene.
Introduced by Anne Nightingale In the studio this week: Cowboy International The Inmates with films, album tracks, interviews, news and reviews.
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON