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: In the News

An unrehearsed discussion on topics of the week. (A BBC telefilm of last Friday's programme)

Contributors

Chairman: Dingle Foot
Speaker: Robert Boothby
Speaker: W.J. Brown
Speaker: A.J.P. Taylor
Speaker: R.H.S. Crossman
Arranged by: Edgar Lustgarten
Presented by: John Irwin

: For the Children: Just William

A family play by Alick Hayes.
Based on the character 'William' created by Richmal Crompton.
Others taking part: Robert Cawdron , Ronald Marriott, Sam Kydd, Cyril Conway.

Contributors

Adapter: Alick Hayes
Based on the character 'William' created by: Richmal Crompton
Settings: Lawrence Broadhouse
Producer: Joy Harington
William: Robert Sandford
Ginger: Keith Faulkner
Violet Elizabeth: Judy Harris
Phyllis: Genine Graham
Ethel: Jill Fenson
Mrs Brown: Eileen Beldon
Robert: Derek Blomfield
Mr Brown: Alexander Archdale
Miss Milton: Beryl Riggs
Dulcie: Honor Shepherd
Egbert Huggins: Edward Sutch
Pete Slade: Harry Locke
[Actor]: Robert Cawdron
[Actor]: Ronald Marriott
[Actor]: Sam Kydd
[Actor]: Cyril Conway

: Newsreel

: Television Sports Magazine

From the London Scottish Drill Hall.

Judo
Members of the Budokwai with Barrie Edgar show you how to defend yourself against some of the more common types of assault.

Dry Ski Training
In which viewers join a class of the Norwegian Ski Training Expedition practising for their forthcoming visit to the snow fields.

Archery v. Darts
A specially staged match between Clarice Arthur, Lady Archery Champion of Great Britain, and one of the leading professional darts players, Jim Pike, with commentary by Bill Latto.
Introduced by Max Robertson.

Contributors

Presenter (Judo): Barrie Edgar
Player (Archery v. Darts): Clarice Arthur
Player (Archery v. Darts): Jim Pike
Commentary By (Archery v. Darts): Bill Latto
Introduced By: Max Robertson
Produced By: Berkeley Smith

: Our Australia

This new film is shown to mark both the Foundation Day of this member of the Commonwealth, and her Jubilee Year which began on January 1.

: An Evening at Home with Bernard Braden and Barbara Kelly

and George Benson
The Ralph Sharon Quintet

Contributors

Neighbour: George Benson
Musicians: Ralph Sharon Quintet
Bernard: Bernard Braden
Scriptwriter: Bernard Braden
Barbara: Barbara Kelly
Scriptwriter: Bernard Braden
Setting: Stephen Taylor
Production By: Leslie Jackson

: Science in the Orchestra

A new and unusual film produced by the Central Office of Information in which Muir Mathieson and the London Symphony Orchestra show how we can increase our enjoyment of music by understanding the way in which It is created. The film is in three parts:
1 - Hearing the Orchestra
2 - Exploring the Orchestra
3 - Looking at Sounds
Music composed for the film by Malcolm Arnold

Contributors

Conductor: Muir Mathieson
Musicians: London Symphony Orchestra
Composer: Malcolm Arnold








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