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: WATCH WITH MOTHER

For the very young
The Woodentops
Stories aboua family of wooden dolls who live on a farm
AUDREY ATTERBURY and MOLLY GIBSON pull the strings
Voices by EILEEN BROWNE
JOSEFINA RAY , PETER HAWKINS
Scripand music by MARIA BIRD
BBC film
*

Contributors

Unknown: Molly Gibson
Voices By: Eileen Browne
Voices By: Josefina Ray
Unknown: Peter Hawkins
Music By: Maria Bird

: CRICKET

England v. New Zealand
THIRD TESMATCH
Second day's play aHeadingley
Commentators,
Brian Johnston , Peter Wes
Denis Compton , Richie Benaud
Television presentation by Nick Hunter and GOLF
The Open Championship
The closing stages direcfrom the links of Royal Birkdale Golf Club. Southpor
Commentators,
Henry Longhurst ,
Bill Cox , Kenneth Wolstenholme
Television presentation by Ray Lakeland

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Johnston
Unknown: Peter Wes
Unknown: Denis Compton
Presentation By: Nick Hunter
Unknown: Henry Longhurst
Unknown: Bill Cox
Unknown: Kenneth Wolstenholme

: HEADLINE NEWS

: CRICKET

England v. New Zealand
THIRD TESMATCH
Further visits to Headingley and GOLF
The Open Championship
Further commentary from Southpor

: WATCH WITH MOTHER

For the very young
The FlowerpoMen
AUDREY ATTERBURY and MOLLY GIBSON pull the strings
GLADYS WRITRED sings the songs
PETER HAWKINS speaks the voices
MARIA BIRD writes the songs and music
BBC film

Contributors

Unknown: Molly Gibson
Unknown: Gladys Writred
Unknown: Peter Hawkins

: GOLF

The Open Championship
Further commentary from Southpor

: TELEVISION CLUB

All's Well That Ends Well
With Mrs. Brent ordered to rest after her accident, Mr. Brent and the twins have to fend for themselves.
Introduced by JAMES LLOYD
Designer, Charles Lawrence
Written and produced by BILL SCOTT
For Schools
Previously shown on Monday, June 28

Contributors

Introduced By: James Lloyd
Designer: Charles Lawrence
Produced By: Bill Scott
Mr Brent: Ian Gardiner
Mrs Brent: Brend Cowling
Colin Brent: Alexander Riley
Shirley Brent: Nadine Hanwell
Mrs Walker: Joan Harsant

: CRICKET

England v. New Zealand
THIRD TESMATCH
Further visits to Headingley and GOLF
The Open Championship
Further commentary from Southpor

: HEY PRESTO! IT'S ROLF

Rolf Harris introduces this week's guests from the world of magic:
Esmé Levante
Bernard Hughes
Roger Squires
Paddy Joyce
Puppetry by BOB BURA and JOHN HARDWICK
Scripby Derek Brechin
Music by THE BER HAYES QUINTEDesigner, Peter Cory
† Producer, PETER WHITMORE
Ber Hayes is appearing aButlin's Hotels. Cliftonville
Thalikeable digger from down-under is back this afternoon with the firsprogramme in a new series of his magic shows. As well as making you laugh with his technical tricks he will be introducing Albert, the world's finesWhite RabbiMagician. Nor are the Australians going to have iall their own way on the programme, for aparfrom Rolf's special gueseach week, there is a strong rumour thathe wee folk of Ireland will be sending along a representative. And justo make sure thaall the cheating in the show is below board there will be an audience of some 400 children in the studio.

Contributors

Introduces: Rolf Harris
Unknown: Bernard Hughes
Unknown: Roger Squires
Unknown: Paddy Joyce
Unknown: John Hardwick
Script By: Derek Brechin
Unknown: Ber Hayes
Designer: Peter Cory
Producer: Peter Whitmore
Unknown: Ber Hayes

: PINKY AND PERKY

In
The Pig-Star Show with Presented by Jan Dalibor and Viasta Dalibor
Additional manipulators, Philip and Elizabeth Rose and John Parks
We Belong Together words and music by NORMAN NEWELL and ALYN AINSWORTH
Written by ROBER GRAY
Design by Stuar Furber
Produced by STAN PARKINSON
From the North of England
Firstransmission on Dec. 27. 1964

Contributors

Presented By: Jan Dalibor
Unknown: Elizabeth Rose
Music By: Norman Newell
Written By: Rober Gray
Unknown: Stuar Furber
Produced By: Stan Parkinson
AssGeneral, P P C V: Jimmy Thompson

: JUNIOR POINTS OF VIEW

with Sarah Ward
A weekly look acriticism and comments from younger viewers
Letters for inclusion in these programmes should be addressed to: Junior Potnts of View. BBC Television Centre. London. W.12.

Contributors

Unknown: Sarah Ward
Unknown: Junior Potnts

: THE NEWS

: CRICKET

England v. New Zealand
THIRD TESMATCH
The closing overs of the second day's play aHeadingley, followed by a summary and GOLF
The Open Championship
Further commentary from Southpor

: TOWN AND AROUND

News and views from
London and the South-Eas
Introduced by Richard Baker followed by THE WEATHER

Contributors

Introduced By: Richard Baker

: LLANGOLLEN

Wales welcomes the world to the Nineteenth International Musical Eisteddfod
Television cameras capture the unique atmosphere of this Welsh town and invite you to meedancers, singers, and instrumentalists from all parts of the world with Anne Lloyd and Alun Williams
Television presentation by Jack Williams and Ruth Price

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Lloyd
Presentation By: Jack Williams
Presentation By: Ruth Price

: COMPACT

A serial by HAZEL ADAIR and PETER LING Storm Warning
Tessa takes a look into the future-and Ian is faced with an unexpected change of plan.
Story editor, Lennox Phillips Designer, Gwen Evans
Producer, WILLIAM STERLING Directed by JOHN FABIAN

Contributors

Unknown: Hazel Adair
Designer: Gwen Evans
Producer: William Sterling
Directed By: John Fabian
Gussie: Frances Bennett
Mr Franklin: David Davies
Doug: Lawrence James
Adrian: Rober Desmond
Bridge: Gaynor Lloyd
Mrs Chater: Beryl Cooke
Ian: Ronald Allen
EllioMorrow: Maurice Browning
Julia: Polly Adams
Tessa: Bridge Armstrong
David: Vincen Ball
Hermione Crewe: Hazel Hughes
Ben: Bill Kerr
Richard Lowe: Moray Watson
The Earl of Darvel: James Ward
AunEllen: Ellen Pollock
Harry: Lionel Murton
Mr Jenkins: Martin Matthews

: DR. FINLAY'S CASEBOOK

created by A. J. CRONIN starring
ANDREW CRUICKSHANK BARBARA MULLEN With

The Eternal Spring Scripby ROBER STEWAR and DONALD BULL from a story by Peter Lambda Guesstars,
John Laurie , Joseph O'Conor
Rona Anderson
Scripeditor, Donald Bull The series produced by arrangemenwith Graham Stewar Film cameraman, Bill Munn Film editor, Dave Taylor
Designer, Lawrence Broadhouse Producer, ANDREW OSBORN
Directed by PRUDENCE FITZGERALD Firstransmission on January 17

Contributors

Unknown: A. J. Cronin
Unknown: Andrew Cruickshank
Unknown: Barbara Mullen
Script By: Rober Stewar
Story By: Peter Lambda
Unknown: John Laurie
Unknown: Joseph O'Conor
Unknown: Rona Anderson
Arrangement With: Graham Stewar
Unknown: Bill Munn
Editor: Dave Taylor
Designer: Lawrence Broadhouse
Producer: Andrew Osborn
Directed By: Prudence Fitzgerald
: Bill Simpson
: Dr Finlay
Anthony Hay: Joseph O'Conor
Dorothy Hay: Rona Anderson
Dr Finlay: Bill Simpson
Flora: Sandra Playpair
Mrs Wylie: Anne Woodward
Dr Cameron: Andrew Cruickshank
Jane: Barbara Mullen
Mrs Gordon: Joan Young
Mr Gemmell: John McKelvey
Duncan Dinwoodie: John Laurie
Brian: Malcolm Reynolds
PhYl: Karin MacCarthy
Nurse: Maureen Crombie

: TRAVELLERS'TALES

Gentle Giants told by Donald Gray
Elephants running wild in India, training in a remarkable school, and playing their parin a crazy procession thalooks, for one man aleast, like certain death.
A RALPH IZZARD film directed by JOAN DUFF
Sound mixer, Stanley Morcom Film editor, Rober Walter Presented by Bob Saunders
Series edited by BRIAN BRANSTON See page 49

Contributors

Told By: Donald Gray
Directed By: Joan Duff
Editor: Rober Walter
Presented By: Bob Saunders
Edited By: Brian Branston

: THE NEWS

: THE 1965 A.A.A. CHAMPIONSHIPS

Incorporating the Pepsi-Cola Award Trophy
The highlights of the firsday's track and field programme athe White City Stadium, London
Commentators, David Coleman and Norris McWhirter
TV presentation by Alan Mouncer
See page 49

Contributors

Commentators: David Coleman
Commentators: Norris McWhirter
Presentation By: Alan Mouncer

: POINTS OF VIEW

with Rober Robinson
A quick look acriticism and comments from viewers should be addressed to: Points of View. BBC Television Centre, London. W.12.

Contributors

Unknown: Rober Robinson

: CHOICE

Introduced by Derek Har
FAMILY PLANNING
As long ago as 1949 a Royal Commission recommended tha'the giving of advice on contraception to married persons who wanishould be accepted as a duty of the National Health Service.' Has the time come for family planning to be a normal parof preventive medicine? A Choice enquiry with Caroline Medawar , Jim Henry
Designer, Nick Harper
Graphics, George Daulby
Film cameraman, Charles Stewar
Film editor, Jim Latham
Production assistant, Prudence Martin
Produced by EDWARD MIRZOEFF

Contributors

Introduced By: Derek Har
Unknown: Caroline Medawar
Unknown: Jim Henry
Designer: Nick Harper
Unknown: George Daulby
Unknown: Charles Stewar
Editor: Jim Latham
Produced By: Edward Mirzoeff

: GOLF

The Open Championship
Highlights of today's play from Royal Birkdale Golf Club
Commentators, Henry Longhurs Bill Cox , Kenneth Wolstenholme
Edited by Jack Harrison
TV presentation by Ray Lakeland

Contributors

Commentators: Henry Longhurs
Commentators: Bill Cox
Commentators: Kenneth Wolstenholme
Edited By: Jack Harrison

: NEWS EXTRA









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