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: HOME COOKING

A personal approach by Fanny Cradock
6: PASTA AND RICE
Ten programmes to encourage beginners and to help competent cooks to revitalise the family meals
Designer.
Gordon Toms
Production assistant, Margaret Smith
Director, MARGARET MCCALL
Producer, BERYL RADLEY
A BBC Educational broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Fanny Cradock
Unknown: Margaret Smith
Director: Margaret McCall
Producer: Beryl Radley

: DIOCESAN EUCHARIST

On the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee of the DIOCESE OF SOUTHWARK
The Bishop of Southwark,
The Rt. Rev. Mervyn Stockwood and his clergy celebrate Holy Communion in the Cathedral and in many churches throughout the diocese
They wiU be linked by television. Outside Broadcast cameras will be in the Cathedral itself and also in the parish church of St. Mary's, Reigate
Organist,
HAROLD DEXTER
Production assistant, Philip Gilbert
Television presentation by Innes Lloyd

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Mervyn Stockwood
Organist: Harold Dexter
Presentation By: Innes Lloyd

: ANATOMY OF THE FILM

John Krish talks about the professional techniques of film-making and introduces some of the people involved
6: THE FILM EDITOR with Paul Davies
Directed by MICHAEL BLAKSTAD
Producer, VICTOR POOLE
A BBC Educational broadcast

Contributors

Talks: John Krish
Unknown: Paul Davies
Directed By: Michael Blakstad
Producer: Victor Poole

: LIFE'S BALANCE

An introduction to the control of living processes by Professor J. Z. Young , F.R.S.
6: KEEPING THE INSTRUCTIONS UP TO DATE
Producer,
ALAN SLEATH
An Outside Broadcast from the Royal College of Surgeons
A BBC Educational broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Professor J. Z. Young

: FARMING

Introduced by Kenneth Ford
The Young Idea: Tony Ambler of Elland wants to be a farm manager and sees the Farm Apprenticeship Scheme as a way of achieving his ambition
Where There's Muck The problem of the disposal of farm effluent is a pressing one. John Payne. a Farm Mechanisation Adviser. talks to four Lancashire farmers about the systems they have adopted.
Photography, Bob Sleigh
Sound, Malcolm Hill
Editing, Peter Marsh
Directed by MALCOLM SCRIMGEOUR Produce1 by KENNETH FORD
From the North followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers

Contributors

Introduced By: Kenneth Ford
Unknown: Tony Ambler
Unknown: John Payne.
Unknown: Bob Sleigh
Unknown: Malcolm Hill
Unknown: Peter Marsh
Directed By: Malcolm Scrimgeour
Unknown: Kenneth Ford

: MOTOR RACING

The Monaco Grand Prix
THE START
A commentary direct from the famous round-the-houses circuit at Monte Carlo on this, the second of the 1965 World Championship series
Commentator, Raymond Baxter
Presented by the French and Monte Carlo Television Services See facing page

Contributors

Commentator: Raymond Baxter

: FILM MATINEE

with CLAIRE TREVOR , SIGNE HASSO and HOAGY CARMICHAEL
Directed by Edwin L. Marin
A merchant navy captain attempts to solve the mystery surrounding the disappearance of his father at sea, but his investigations place him in great danger.

Contributors

Unknown: Claire Trevor
Unknown: Hoagy Carmichael
Directed By: Edwin L. Marin
Johnny Angel: George Raft
Johnny Angel: George Raft
Lilah: Claire Trevor
Paulette: Signe Hasso
Celestial O'Brien: Hoagy Carmichael
Sam Jewell: Lowell Gilmore
Gustafson: Marvin Miller
Miss Drum: Margaret Wycherly

: MOTOR RACING

The Monaco Grand Prix Progress report

: Z CARS

A second showing of Sound an Alarm by ELWYN JONES
Personal Radio comes to Newtown -with disastrous results.
Designer, Stanley Morris
Script editor, Kenneth Ware
Film sequences:
Film cameraman, Tony Leggo Editor, Sheila S. Tomlinson
Producer, DAVID E. ROSE
Directed by MAX VARNEL

Contributors

Designer: Stanley Morris
Editor: Kenneth Ware
Unknown: Tony Leggo
Editor: Sheila S. Tomlinson
Producer: David E. Rose
Directed By: Max Varnel

: MOTOR RACING

The Monaco Grand Prix
The closing stages

: A TALE OF TWO CITIES

by CHARLES DICKENS dramatised in ten episodes by CONSTANCE Cox
EPISODE 8: In which Lucie keeps a vigil as her husband enjoys the justice of the First Republic.
Cast in order of appearance:
Music composed and conducted by ALAN RAWSTHORNE
Designers. Sally Hulke and Moira Tait Producer. CAMPBELL LOGAN
Directed by JOAN CRAFT

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Dickens
Unknown: Constance Cox
Conducted By: Alan Rawsthorne
Designers: Sally Hulke
Designers: Moira Tait
Producer: Campbell Logan
Directed By: Joan Craft
Defarge: George Selway
Patriot: Michael Bilton
Charles Darnay: Nicholas Pennell
Soldier: Frank Seton
Jailer: Hubert Hill
Prisoner: Edmund Warwick
Prisoner: Sheila Beckett
Jerry Cruncher: Ronnie Barker
Mr Lorry: Leslie French
Lucie: Kika Markham
Dr Manette: Patrick Troughton
Miss Pross: Allson Leggatt
Wine seller: Marguerite Young
Mr Stryver: Jack May
Sydney Carton: John Wooo
Madame Defarge: Rosalie Crutchley
Vengeance: Diana King
Wood sawyer: Ralph Nossek
Public prosecuter: Frederick Hall
President of Tribunal: Bernard Kay
First judge: Robert Sansom
Second judge: Gordon Richardson
Gabelle: Rolf Lefebvre

: CAPTAIN PUGWASH

in another spine-chilling adventure
The Vanishing Island
The Captain and Cut-Throat Jake wrestle with the mystery of islands that are here today and gone tomorrow
An animated cartoon written and drawn by JOHN RYAN
Storyteller, Peter Hawkins
Presented by Diana Potter

Contributors

Unknown: Cut-Throat Jake
Unknown: John Ryan
Unknown: Peter Hawkins
Presented By: Diana Potter

: MEETING POINT

Daughters in Trouble
Every year-and recently in increasing numbers-thousands of girls become unmarried mothers. How grave is this problem? What should be the attitude of parents whose own daughter is involved?
These are some of the questions looked at in tonight's programme by: The Dean of Liverpool,
The Very Rev. Edward Patey
Mrs. Pauline Crabbe of the National Council for the Care of the Unmarried Mother and her Child
Mrs. Stella Hunt
Coventry Diocesan Moral Welfare worker
Introduced by Geoffrey Wheeler
TV presentation by Barrie Edgar
Produced by WILLIAM PURCELL

Contributors

Unknown: Very Rev. Edward Patey
Unknown: Mrs. Pauline Crabbe
Unknown: Mrs. Stella Hunt
Introduced By: Geoffrey Wheeler
Presentation By: Barrie Edgar
Produced By: William Purcell

: SUNDAY STORY

Elizabeth Fry
PART 4: Prison Reformer told by Daphne Slater written by JANET HITCHMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Elizabeth Fry
Told By: Daphne Slater
Written By: Janet Hitchman

: SONGS OF PRAISE

from
WALTER ROAD CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL, SWANSEA
Conducted by Mansel Thomas
Soloist, Trevor Anthony
Organist, Peter Boorman
Introduced by Gwynfryn Thomas
Blessing given by The Rev. Leonard John
Presented for TV by R. Alun Evans

Contributors

Conducted By: Mansel Thomas
Soloist: Trevor Anthony
Organist: Peter Boorman
Introduced By: Gwynfryn Thomas
Unknown: Rev. Leonard John
Unknown: R. Alun Evans

: THE SUNDAY FILM

LORETTA YOUNG
ROBERT CUMMINGS in Hal Wallis 's production
The Accused with Wendell Corey
Sam Jaffe , Douglas Dick
Directed by WILLIAM DIETERLE Screenplay by KETTI FRINGS
Based upon a novel by JUNE TRUESDELL Music by VICTOR YOUNG

Contributors

Unknown: Loretta Young
Unknown: Robert Cummings
Unknown: Hal Wallis
Unknown: Wendell Corey
Unknown: Sam Jaffe
Unknown: Douglas Dick
Directed By: William Dieterle
Play By: Ketti Frings
Novel By: June Truesdell
Music By: Victor Young
Wilma Tuttle: Loretta Young
Warren Ford: Robert Cummings
Lieut Dorgan: Wendell Corey
Dr Romley: Sam Jaffe
Bill Perry: Douglas Dick
Susan Duval: Suzanne Dalbert
Dean Rhodes: George Spaulding
Mrs Connor: Sara Allgood
Jack Hunter: Mickey Knox
Dr Vinson: Francis Pierlot

: DR. FINLAY'S CASEBOOK

created by A. J. CRONIN starring
ANDREW CRUICKSHANK
BARBARA MULLEN with The Deceivers
Script by DONALD BULL
Guest star, Barbara couper
Story editor, Pat Dunlop The series produced by arrangement with Graham Stewart Designer, Susan Spence
Producer, GERARD GLAISTER
Directed by MOIRA ARMSTRONG

Contributors

Unknown: A. J. Cronin
Unknown: Andrew Cruickshank
Unknown: Barbara Mullen
Script By: Donald Bull
Unknown: Barbara Couper
Editor: Pat Dunlop
Arrangement With: Graham Stewart
Designer: Susan Spence
Producer: Gerard Glaister
Directed By: Moira Armstrong
: Bill Simpson
Alice Laird: Geraldine Newman
Mrs Seton: Barbara Couper
Dr Finlay: Bill Simpson
John Seton: Denys Hawthorne
Janet: Barbara Mullen
Mr Rowson: Joe Greig
Dr Cameron: Andrew Cruickshank
Mr McClurg: Harry Pringle
Mrs McClurg: Marjorie Dalziel
Man: Gordon Clyde

: P. G. WODEHOUSE'S THE WORLD OF WOOSTER

starring and ☆
1: Jeeves and the Dog McIntosh with Tracy Reed and with Barbara French
Peter Purvis , Dickie Martyn
Costumes supervised by Maureen Copley
Make-up supervised by Heather Stewart
Film cameraman, David Prosser
Film editor, Robert Rymer
Signature tune and themes by SANDY WILSON
Designed by Darrol Blake
The World of Wooster is produced in association with Peter Cotes
Adapted from the short story by P. G. WODEHOUSE and produced by MICHAEL MILLS

Contributors

Unknown: Tracy Reed
Unknown: Barbara French
Unknown: Peter Purvis
Unknown: Dickie Martyn
Unknown: Maureen Copley
Unknown: Heather Stewart
Unknown: David Prosser
Editor: Robert Rymer
Unknown: Sandy Wilson
Designed By: Darrol Blake
Unknown: Peter Cotes
Story By: P. G. Wodehouse
Produced By: Michael Mills
Bertie Wooster: Ian Carmichael
Jeeves: Dennis Price
Bertie Wooster: Ian Carmichael
Jeeves: Dennis Price
' Bobbie ' Wickham: Tracy Reed
Mr Blumenfeld: Peter Stephens
Master Blumenfeld: Addison Fordyce
McIntosh: Himself
McIntosh Handled by: John Holmes

: THE NEWS

: A CONVERSATION

between
P. G. Wodehouse and Malcolm Muggeridge
P. G. Wodehouse , grand master of English prose whose inimitable humour has earned him fame far beyond the confines of the English tongue, takes stock of his life and of the world around him in an interview with Malcolm Muggeridge
First transmission on June 17, 1964

Contributors

Unknown: G. Wodehouse
Unknown: Malcolm Muggeridge
Unknown: P. G. Wodehouse
Unknown: Malcolm Muggeridge

: MEETING POINT

Daughters in Trouble
Every year-and recently in increasing numbers-thousands of girls become unmarried mothers. How grave is this problem? What should be the attitude of parents whose own daughter is involved?
First transmission at 6.15 p.m.

: THE WEATHER

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