Today's story is 'The Bad Bear' by Rudolf Neumann illustrated by Eva Johanna Rubin
Ten programmes which examine how it is to be an artist in Britain today - the job, the means, the people involved.
Reporting the world tonight and Weather
A biography of Charles Dickens based on scenes from his novels by Caryl Brahms and Ned Sherrin
With Anthony Hopkins as Charles Dickens
and Gordon Jackson as the Narrator
Starring Arthur Lowe as John Dickens, Vivian Pickles as Mrs Dickens, Sybil Thorndike as Elizabeth Ball Dickens, Nora Nicholson as Rose Emma Drummond, Stanley Holloway as Mr Vuffin, Mona Washbourne as Mrs Jarley, Dandy Nichols as Mrs Gamp, Freddie Jones as William Shaw, Patrick Cargill as Macready, Joan Greenwood as Maria Beadnell, Gladys Cooper as Mrs Ternan, Michael Wilding as Dolby
[with] Jenny Agutter as Young Maria Beadnell, Mary Hogarth, Ellen Ternan; Dorothy Reynolds as Mrs Roylance, Mrs Hogarth, Mrs Prigg, Lady Holland; Ken Wynne as Mr Ellis, Turnkey, Short, Perker, John Forster, Moncrieff, Servant; Gordon Rollings as Codlin, Mould, Ramsay; Jeffrey Wickham as Lammert, Blackmore, John Black, Doctors; Jocelyn Birdsall as Kate Dickens; Rhoda Lewis as Georgina Hogarth; Gregory Phillips as Smike; and Roland Pickering as Charles Dickens (as a child)
(See page 8)
A dark cloud across the sun of civilisation.
Written and directed by Derek Williams
On behalf of the Conservative and Unionist Party
(Also on BBC1 and BBC Wales)
by David T. Chantler
Starring Clifford Evans, Anthony Valentine
with Alexandra Bastedo and Brian Peck
Greco, an enemy agent, is planning a conference to form an espionage network of all the Eastern countries. Sir Iain's task is to find Greco and stop the conference taking place.
Talk, argument, people, diversion with Joan Bakewell, Michael Dean, Tony Bilbow, Sheridan Morley