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: In the News

Speakers: Lady Tweedsmuir, M.P., Robert Boothby M.P., Barbara Castle M.P., Anthony Greenwood M.P.
Chairman, Dingle Foot

Contributors

Speaker: Lady Tweedsmuir
Speaker: Robert Boothby
Speaker: Barbara Castle
Speaker: Anthony Greenwood
Chairman: Dingle Foot

: Your Children's Play

One of the films in the "Your Children" series.
How children should play, and what are the best toys for them.

: Science Newsreel

(Previously televised on January 25)

Contributors

Edited and compiled by: George Noordhof
Edited and compiled by: James McCloy

: Children's Television

Out of Doors: 3: Swans
Alfred Leutscher talks about swans. His story is illustrated by films.

5.45 The Little Red Engine
Another story about The Little Red Engine.
Written by Diana Ross and told by Charles E. Stidwill.

6.0-6.15 Better Not...: 4: Spring-cleaning
[Starring] Desmond Tester

Contributors

Presenter (Out of Doors): Alfred Leutscher
Writer (The Little Red Engine): Diana Ross
Storyteller (The Little Red Engine): Charles E. Stidwill
Comic actor (Better Not...): Desmond Tester

: Public Inquiry: How is the Government Doing?

At this evening's meeting in Manchester, members of the public take part in a free and spontaneous exchange of views on this controversial question of the day with Donald Kaberry, M.P. (Conservative), The Rt. Hon. Hugh Gaitskell, M.P. (Labour), Joseph Grimond, M.P. (Liberal)
In the chair, John Nicholson, Principal of the University College of Hull

Contributors

Speaker: Donald Kaberry, M.P.
Speaker: Rt. Hon. Hugh Gaitskell, M.P.
Speaker: Joseph Grimond, M.P.
Chairman: John Nicholson

: Newsreel

: Picture Page

A topical magazine.
Introduced by Joan Gilbert.

Contributors

Presenter: Joan Gilbert
Edited and produced by: Michael Mills

: Trial Gallop

Devised and written by Michael Bentine and Jimmy Grafton.
An experiment in organised chaos.
[Starring] Michael Bentine, Peter Sellers, Leslie Mitchell, Leslie Randall, Peter Butterworth, Graham Stark
with Jack Hayes, John Vivienne, Clementina Stuart, Ann Hayes.
See 'Talk of the Week'

Contributors

Devised and written by: Michael Bentine
Devised and written by: Jimmy Grafton
Orchestra conducted by: Eric Robinson
Producer: Richard Afton
Comedian: Michael Bentine
Comedian: Peter Sellers
[Actor]: Leslie Mitchell
[Actor]: Leslie Randall
[Actor]: Peter Butterworth
[Actor]: Graham Stark
[Actor]: Jack Hayes
[Actor]: John Vivienne
[Actress]: Clementina Stuart
[Actress]: Ann Hayes

: The Limits of Human Endurance: 2: Extremes of Heat and Cold

Three programmes showing how much the human body can stand, and how science can extend the narrow range of physical conditions in which life is possible. Dr. Stephen Taylor, with the help of specialists, shows the reaction of the body to changes of temperature experienced in Arctic cold and tropical heat.

Contributors

Presenter: Dr. Stephen Taylor
Producer: Andrew Miller Jones

: Weather Forecast and News

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