Panorama is a BBC Television current affairs documentary programme. First broadcast in 1953, it is the world's longest-running public affairs television programme.
A human birth is broadcast live on television.
Featuring a notorious film about the abundant spaghetti harvest in the Swiss valley of Ticino, near Locarno, caused by a mild winter and the near elimination of the spaghetti weevil. Also featuring a report from Poland by Chris Chataway; wine tasting with Josceline Dimbleby and a panel of experts; and a discussion of Makarios III, Archbishop of Cyprus
Including a discussion of the Spanish dictatorship with Woodrow Wyatt.
Including a look at the problems plaguing the city of Naples.
Including discussions concerning the recent poll on the various Christian denominations practiced in Britain.
Woodrow Wyatt investigates the impact of new apartheid laws, such as the Group Areas Act. Wyatt interviews politicians from all parties, including Prime Minister JG Strijdom and the president-general of the ANC, Chief Albert Mvumbi Luthuli.
Including a discussion on the health impact of smoking.
Malcolm Muggeridge visits Lourdes and discusses the reported healings with various religious experts.
Including an interview with Nigerian sculptor Ben Enwonvot, displaying his statue of Queen Elizabeth II, commissioned for the Federal House of Representatives in Lagos.
Woodrow Wyatt investigates allegations of ballot rigging in the Electrical Trades Union. Also including a report on family budgets across the country. Households from County Durham, London and Devon are compared and housewives explain how they make their housekeeping money last throughout the week.