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: Cricket: England v. Pakistan: First Test Match

A visit to Lord's to see the end of the morning's play on the fourth day of the match.

Contributors

Commentator: Brian Johnston
Commentator: Peter West
Presented by: Antony Craxton

: The Davis Cup, 1953

A film showing the history of this famous lawn tennis trophy and the final challenge round of the 1953 Davis Cup matches in Melbourne.
(By arrangement with Messes, Slazengers)

: Progress Afoot

A film about the care of children's feet.

: From Holland: A Party Far Away From Home

Her Majesty Queen Juliana of the Netherlands attends a garden-party for refugee children held in the Recreation Ground, Oud Naarden.
Presented by the Netherlands Television Service
See 'Television Diary' on page 15

Contributors

Commentary (in London): Michael Barsley
Producer: Dick Simons

: Cricket: England v. Pakistan

From Lord's.

: Today at Lord's

A summary of the fourth day's play by Peter West.

Contributors

Summariser: Peter West

: Science in the Making

Professor W. D. Wright and Dr. J. Bronowski discuss whether man can see the satellites of Jupiter.
The results of the enquiry are demonstrated by tests in the studio. The programme also includes reports about research work initiated through previous 'Science in the Making' programmes.

Contributors

Speaker: Professor W. D. Wright
Speaker: Dr. J. Bronowski
Producer: George Noordhof

: Dogs of War

At the Royal Army Veterinary Corps Remount Depot, Melton Mowbray, dogs and horses-as well as their handlers and riders -are trained to play their part both in dangers of war and ceremonies of peace.
Tonight television visits the depot to see something of the training in progress.

Contributors

Commentator: Bill Allenby
Presented by: Barrie Edgar

: The Carroll Levis Show

Carroll Levis introduces some of his discoveries.
With: Wendy Edwards, Dave Gray, The Barry Sisters, Violet Pretty, Waldy McKinley, Roy Corrin, Ann Davis, Eddie Wood, Derek Marsden, Selwyn Reed, Maureen Smith, Barry Took, Kenny Davies, Roy Johnston and Jimmy Edmundson.
(Jimmy Edmundson is appearing at the Windmill Theatre, London)

Contributors

Presenter: Carroll Levis
Soloist: Wendy Edwards
Comedian: Dave Gray
Jazz entertainers: The Barry Sisters
Performer: Violet Pretty
Performer: Waldy McKinley
Performer: Roy Corrin
Performer: Ann Davis
Performer: Eddie Wood
Singer: Derek Marsden
Performer: Selwyn Reed
Performer: Maureen Smith
Comedian: Barry Took
Performer: Kenny Davies
Performer: Roy Johnston
Comedian: Jimmy Edmundson
Orchestra director: Eric Robinson

: You are There: The Decision of Julius Caesar

News Correspondents include Stanley Maxted.
('You Are There' is televised by arrangement with C.B.S. Television)
See 'Television Diary' on page 16

Contributors

News editor: Franklin Engelmann
News correspondent: Stanley Maxted

: On the Job

Johnny Morris, in his own kind of one-man show, sketches a day he spent in the life of somebody else.

Contributors

Performer: Johnny Morris
Presented by: Desmond Hawkins

: News

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