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Today's story: "The Clever Crow"

(Repeated on BBC1 at 4.20 pm)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Julie Stevens
Presenter:
Johnny Silvo
Graphics:
Paul Birkbeck
Pianist:
William Blezard
Designer:
Barbara Gosnold
Scriptwriter:
Sheila Phillips
Producer:
Michael Grafton-Robinson
Series Producer:
Cynthia Felgate

An investigation of transport today and in the next ten years.

The improvement of rail services in Britain and throughout the world is creating a new image for an industry which, a few years ago, seemed to be in decline. Present developments may herald a further revival.

Contributors

Presenter:
Bill Grundy
Producer:
David Cordingley
on BBC Two England

Tonight's programme looks at new aspects of the world's cinema. The Dream Sellers - India's cinema offers a fantasy world where everyone is rich, beautiful, and happy. The lavish sets and glamorous aura which were once the hallmark of Hollywood have turned the Indian film industry into a boom business.
Another Hollywood product has also changed its location with phenomenal success. The Western - Italian-style - tops the popularity polls as more and more 'good and bad men' chase each other through the Roman countryside.
Reports from West Germany and France introduced by Derek Hart

Contributors

Presenter:
Derek Hart
Editor:
Ronnie Noble
on BBC Two England

Introduced by David Jones
includes

An American Nightmare
...I would first of all never insult my country, America, as I love it... I would, however, in my way, presume to change it.
Ed Kienholz is the tragic biographer of modern America. An artist who never studied art: he supported himself as a car salesman, an attendant in a mental hospital, a dance-band manager and a window-display designer. At the same time he started to make his macabre collages, starting with bits of junk and then incorporating life-size human models to present frozen tableaux of contemporary life.

Believing is Seeing
'Behind Appearance' is the title of a recent book which traces the strange links between the imagery of painting and science in this century and the far-reaching effects our knowledge has on our perception.
Art critic John Berger introduces the subject and talks to the author Prof C.H. Waddington.

(David Jones is a member of the RSC)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
David Jones
Subject (An American Nightmare):
Ed Kienholz
Director (An American Nightmare):
Alan Yentob
Presenter (Believing is Seeing):
John Berger
Interviewee (Believing is Seeing):
Prof C.H. Waddington
Director (Believing is Seeing):
Gavin Millar
Producer:
Peter Adam
Producer:
Tony Staveacre

From Norway, one of this year's outstanding comedy programmes. In the backwash of Thor Heyerdahl's Ra II, HurRah casts off for a voyage in quest of international understanding through Woman's Lib.
Starring Elsa Lystad, Turid Balke, Eva von Hanno, Mona Lewin, Vibeke Lokkeberg

Contributors

Director/Producer:
John Andreassen
Producer:
Kent Nilssen
[Actress]:
Elsa Lystad
[Actress]:
Turid Balke
[Actress]:
Eva von Hanno
[Actress]:
Mona Lewin
[Actress]:
Vibeke Lokkeberg

Can people become resistant to antibiotics? Is there any way to prevent stretch marks developing? Cold hands and feet - does this mean bad circulation? These are only a few of the many questions Television Doctor has been asked since the present series began.
A family doctor and two specialists will answer these and other questions.

Contributors

Speaker:
A family doctor [name uncredited]
Director:
Alan Hayling
Producer:
Peter Bruce

by Guy de Maupassant
A second chance to see this dramatisation in five parts by Robert Muller

Georges Duroy escorted Madame Walter and her two daughters to Rival's fencing match. Later Mme Walter agreed to meet Georges in a church which she planned to visit on the following day.

Contributors

Author:
Guy de Maupassant
Dramatised by:
Robert Muller

BBC Two England

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