12. The Pre-School Child: Going Shopping. 12.25 Health Choices: ' See-Saw 2.
12.5* Governing Schools: The Interview.
presents a profile of the legendary actress and singer Lotte Lenya
LOTTE LENYA talks to PETER ADAM at her home in America. Married to composer Kurt Weill , and a close friend of Brecht, her name instantly conjures up Berlin in the 20s. With extracts from Brecht on Brecht, filmed for Monitor in 1961 by Ken Russell.
Absorbing (THE OBSERVER) Memorable (THE DAILY TELEGRAPH) Film editor MICHAEL CROZIER Producer PETER ADAM
The camera of Nigel Walters and the songs of Max Boyce My Green Valley
MAX BOYCE , ex-miner turned entertainer, sings of his South Wales valleys, of coal and rugby.
Music by the WILLIAM SOUTHGATE QUINTET Film editor PAUL CARTER
Producer JOHN BIRD
The series of six programmes in which Sir Hugh Casson , architect and President of the Royal Academy, visited places that gave him particular pleasure.
3: G. F. Watts at Compton, SurreyThe Chapel and Art Gallery at Compton commemorate the Victorian artist and sculptor G. F. WATTS , who was once referred to as ' England's Michelangelo '.
Produced by ANNE JAMES
starring Jon Pertwee, Patrick Troughton and William Hartnell in The Three Doctors
The final episode of a four-part story by Bob Baker and Dave Martin
(For cast see page 43)
Paul Christian Cecil Kellaway
Atomic tests in the Arctic free a prehistoric beast from the abyssal ice in which it has been frozen through the ages. Panic seizes America as the monster heads across the ocean towards New York. The original science fiction film which began the modern monster-movie cycle, continues this season of classic monster films.
Ray Harryhausen, the master of special effects, created the ' beast' for this film, based on a story by Ray Bradbury,
Screenplay by LOU MORHEIM and FRED FREIBERGER Produced by JACK DIETZ
Directed by EUGENE LOURIE Films: page 16
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Directed by HUGH HARMAN An MGM cartoon
Gordon Price and his Inherited Horse
The story of a wild young horse which transformed the life of a Herefordshire farm family, people of the soil who found themselves carried at full gallop into the Sport of Kings. Narrator DERYCK GUYLER
Film editor PETER GIBBS
Written and produced by DON HAWORTH BBC Manchester
Another unpredictable half-hour of live entertainment from the Manchester studio.
Director ALAN WALSH
Produced by KEN STEPHINSON
(Russell Harty will be back in London next Tuesday)
Another view of life, sometimes whimsical, sometimes wistful, written and composed in a unique blend of gentle comedy and music by PETER SKELLERN Sleeping
The passing away of his grandad heightens Philip Wooldridge 's belief that, even in a modern world, the old ways are still the best ...
Sound MIKE JOHNSTONE Lighting JOHN STERLING Designer ANDY DIMOND Producer SIMON betts
Music from the series (record REP 430, cassette zch 430), from retailers
... of documentary. A season of films portraying issues, stories and characters.
The Harrisons Don't Go to School
Newall Harrison is 11. He has never been to school. Like his brother and two older sisters he has been educated at home by his parents. As a result, the education authority has taken the family to court.
As they await the hearing, the Harrisons continue the education of their children. The ' classroom' is the Harrisons' own smallholding. Here the children repair cars, weld, carpenter, cook, plant, buy and sell - activities which the parents fervently believe will lead to an eventual mastery of the three Rs. But the local authority is sceptical. The children have been diagnosed as dyslexic and there is a local school which has a special unit for solving children's difficulties in reading and writing. The issue will be resolved at Hereford Crown Court where the Harrisons will learn whether they will have to comply with a School Attendance Order.
Photography ANTHONY BRAGG Sound DON LEE
Film editor CHARLES DAVIS
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer RUTH JACKSON
Black-winged stilts gracefully pirouette in courtship alongside colonies of wood storks, skimmers and egrets. In autumn the skies are snowfiaked with thousands of geese. Salton Sea, California, is a refuge for wildlife.
Photographed and produced by STEPHEN MILLS
Presented by KEITH HOPKINS BBC Bristol
by TED WHITEHEAD
Robin is finding Nicola's feminist principles hard to take - but discovers an unexpected ally in Camille. Jack's attitude to women also undergoes a radical shift!
Senior cameraman GEOFF FELD Make-up artist GILLIAN THOMAS Designer BARBARA GOSNOLD Producer COLIN TUCKER
Directed by KEITH EVANS
from Riverside Studios, Hammer-smith, takes its own look at the rock scene with news, views, clues and reviews. In the studio: Altered Images, The Sound Vintage OGWT:
THE NEW YORK DOLLS (1973) Plus films and interviews
Introduced by Anne Nightingale and David Hepworth
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
Today the voters of Crosby go to the polls in a crucial test for the new Liberal/SDP alliance. At the last General Election the Conservatives had a majority of over
19,000. This specially extended edition of Newsnight will carry the live declaration of the results, plus interviews with the winners and losers, and reaction from leading politicians.