First transmitted in 1965, Michael Dean interviews Peter Ustinov about his views on television. Show more
Battle of Britain survivor Douglas Bader speaks about his war experiences and comments on Reach for the Sky, a film about his life. (1965) Show more
First transmitted in 1966, Joan Bakewell interviews renowned circus performer Nicolai Poliakov who made his name as 'Coco the Clown'. Show more
Joan Bakewell chairs a discussion between Lady Asquith and Lady Stocks on the struggle to obtain female enfranchisement at the start of the 20th Century. (1968) Show more
Joan Bakewell interviews painter, sculptor, author, theatre designer and illustrator Michael Ayrton.
First transmitted in 1966, Michael Dean talks to comedians Morecambe & Wise, as well as the actor Tommy Steele; while Joan Bakewell talks to ballerina Nadia Nerina. Show more
A film portrait of director Ken Russell during the making of a programme about Isadora Duncan for the BBC.
Film to illustrate the well-known Christmas story, 'A Child's Christmas in Wales' written by Dylan Thomas. Text is read by Philip Madoc.
Michael Dean hosts a discussion about the two-part Man Alive report on homosexuality in Britain. The panellists debate the 8pm broadcast time and the issues raised. (1967) Show more
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention perform in studio.