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: Country Calendar

In the Garden
P.J. Thrower shows a range of garden tools for the small garden, and demonstrates the winter treatment of lawns. Roland Smith begins the winter work on the fruit trees.

On the Farm
At the turn of the year Eric Gold talks about his plans for the next twelve months, and viewers see some seasonal activities and the final fattening of the Christmas poultry.

The Naturalist
James Fisher discusses the robin, man's winter friend.

Edited and introduced by Godfrey Baseley.
From Church End Farm, Maxstoke.

Contributors

Gardener (In the Garden): P.J. Thrower
Gardener (In the Garden): Roland Smith
Farmer (On the Farm): Eric Gold
Naturalist: James Fisher
Edited and introduced by: Godfrey Baseley
Producer: Barrie Edgar

: Lakeside Dwellers

A Swiss film of natural life by the lakeside.

: Children's Television

Sugar and Spice
Introduced by Augustus Peabody assisted by Bobbie Kimber.
A mixed bag of entertainment, including a guest personality, comedy, and a puzzle feature.

The Hurdy Gurdy Man (John Lewis) sings for you.

The Appleyards

Script by Allan Cooper.

Contributors

Puppeteer/presenter (Sugar and Spice): Bobbie Kimber
The Hurdy Gurdy Man/singer: John Lewis
Script (The Appleyards): Allan Cooper
Producer (The Appleyards): Kevin Sheldon
Mrs Appleyard: Constance Fraser
Mr Appleyard: Douglas Muir
John Appleyard: David Edwards
Margaret Appleyard: Patricia Fryer
Tommy Appleyard: Derek Rowe
Ronnie Grant: Robert Dickens

: The Week's Newsreels

This week's Television Newsreels (shortened versions) repeated at the following times:
Monday's edition, 7.15 app.
Tuesday's edition, 7.29 app.
Wednesday's edition, 7.43 app.
Thursday's edition, 7.57 app.
Friday's edition, 8.11 app.

: Puzzle Corner

Introduced by Ronnie Waldman.
With this week's viewer competitor from Headington, Oxford.
and Which Year? including
Julie Andrews
Thelma Ruby
Ray Buckingham
Lionel Blair
Viewers who live in the Headington district of Oxford are invited to place a copy of this week's Radio Times in their windows by noon today if they wish to offer themselves as the viewer competitor for tonight's 'Puzzle Corner'.

Contributors

Introduced By: Ronnie Waldman
Singer (Which Year?): Julie Andrews
Singer (Which Year?): Thelma Ruby
Singer (Which Year?): Ray Buckingham
Dancer (Which Year?): Lionel Blair
Producer: Bryan Sears

: Johnny, You're Wanted! 3 - No Entry

A comedy-thriller in six parts by Maurice McLoughlin.
[Starring] John Slater

Sonia introduces herself to Johnny in a North London cafe and persuades him to give her a lift to Chester. After stopping at a roadside cafe for a snack Johnny returns to his lorry to find Sonia gone. Proceeding alone he soon finds that his vehicle is completely out of control, and be only just manages to ditch it at the toot of a steep one-in-aix hill. Emerging from file cabin he looks back to see a girl lying in the road. As he lifts her up another lorry speeds by. Johnny is left with the dead body of Sonia in his arms.

Contributors

Writer: Maurice McLoughlin
Producer: Douglas Moodie
Johnny: John Slater
Joan, his wife: Joan Newell
Beryl: Elspet Gray
Maitre d'Hotel: Frederick Wheldon
Cabaret stinger: Lind Joyce
Ferrari: Theodore Bikel
Trunker: Tom Clegg
Detective Sergeant: John Boulter
Inspector Markham: Martin Wyldeck

: Variety Parade

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