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: Cricket: England v. Pakistan: Third Test Match

Last day's play at Old Trafford.

Contributors

Commentator: Peter West
Commentator: Brian Johnston

: For Women: Leisure and Pleasure

Introduced by Joan Griffiths.

Plays and Players
Marie Ney and Joan Henley talk about women famous in the theatre.

Music
Colin Cunningham (tenor) accompanied at the piano by Louise Sumner.

New Interests
A resident from Peterlee, Co. Durham, and another from Harlow, Essex, talk about life in a new town.

Contributors

Introduced By: Joan Griffiths
Presenter (Plays and Players): Marie Ney
Presenter (Plays and Players): Joan Henley
Tenor (Music): Colin Cunningham
Pianist (Music): Louise Sumner
Producer: S. E. Reynolds

: Watch with Mother: Andy Pandy

For the Very Young
Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your small children and invites them to join in songs and games.
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Script, music, and settings by Maria Bird

Contributors

Narrator/script, music and settings: Maria Bird
Puppeteer: Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer: Molly Gibson
Singer: Gladys Whitred

: Cricket: England v. Pakistan

A further visit to Old Trafford.

: Children's Television: The Gentle Falcon: 7 - Home at Last

A serial in seven parts.
Adapted for television by Hilda Lewis from her book of the same name.
The action takes place in and around the Palace at St. Pol
Time: 1399-1406

Contributors

Adapter/author: Hilda Lewis
Producer: Dorothea Brooking
Designer: Eileen Diss
Isabella, grown up: Glen Alyn
King Charles VI of France: Anthony Woodruff
Queen Isabeau of France: Selma Vaz Dias
Duke of Burgundy: Peter Augustine
Isabella,a girl: Victoria Nolan
Jehanne: Barbara Denney
A messenger: William Abney
Madame de Coucy: Margaret Gordon
A page: Peter Kerr
Queen Isobelle: Christine Edmonds
Charles of Angouleme: Anthony Bryant
Gilles Cobham: Patrick Horgan
Other parts played by: Peter Burton
Other parts played by: Fiona Cunninghame
Other parts played by: Colin Gibson
Other parts played by: John Marshall
Other parts played by: Joan Mason
Other parts played by: Virginia Shipton

: Cricket: England v. Pakistan

A further visit to Old Trafford.

: Today at Old Trafford

A summary of the last day's play and an analysis of the match by Peter West.

Contributors

Summariser: Peter West

: News and Newsreel

including Weather Report

: Dear Dotty: 2 - She says murder she says

A series of episodes in the life of a would-be journalist.
[Starring] Avril Angers
Written by Sid Colin and Talbot Rothwell.

Contributors

Writer: Sid Colin
Writer: Talbot Rothwell
Composer: Malcolm Lockyer
Producer: Bill Ward
Dotty Binns: Avril Angers
Margo Fairfax: Naomi Chance
Ian Prendergast: Stephen Hancock
William: Robert Dickens
Mr Tibbett: Jack Melford
Timothy Upjohn: Thomas Gallagher
Chloe: Mai Bacon
'Undecided' of Fulham: Jack Newmark

: Sculpture in Sugar

Jack Bryant, a master craftsman in sugar, demonstrates the art of icing a cake; in particular, skill in design and in the creation of sculptured figures and patterns.
Introduced by Richard Dimbleby.

Contributors

Craftsman: Jack Bryant
Introduced By: Richard Dimbleby
Presented By: Keith Rogers

: Misalliance

A comedy by Bernard Shaw.
The action takes place at Mr. Tarleton's house at Hindhead, Surrey, in the year 1910.

This is a production to mark the birthday (actually July 26) of George Bernard Shaw. Misalliance is lesser-known Shaw, first produced at the Duke of York's in 1910. The author described it as a "debate in one sitting", and Max Beerbohm, trying to disentangle some thread of dramatic unity, decided that "it is about anything and everything that has chanced to come into Mr. Shaw's head". Here, then, is one of Shaw's conversation-pieces, and as such we know what to expect from it. The usual Shavian hobby-horses are ridden - in this case, particularly, the problems of eugenics, with particular reference to the Life Force; there is the spate of calculated provocation, and those interruptions of barely relevant action (notably, here, the arrival out of the blue of an aeroplane containing an undergraduate and a professional woman acrobat!), as though the author had suddenly said to himself, "Right now! That's enough talk for the moment - I'd better make something happen!"; and over and above all there is the presiding spirit of that marvellously agile mind that was so often irreverent, nearly always witty, and never still. The forum for debate is the country house of John Tarleton, underwear manufacturer.

There is a wildly varied assortment of characters; one notes, especially, in Hypatia a characteristic specimen of the Shavian New Woman, chasing her man and deciding her own destiny. (Peter Forster)

Contributors

Author: Bernard Shaw
Producer: Douglas Allen
Designer: Stephen Bundy
Johnny Tarleton: Richard Leech
Bentley Summerhays: Kenneth Williams
Hypatia Tarleton: Mary Watson
Mrs Tarleton: Olga Lindo
Lord Summerhays: Maurice Colbourne
Mr Tarleton: Arthur Young
Joseph Percival: Allan Cuthbertson
Lina Szczepanowska: Patricia Laffan
Gunner: Patrick Troughton








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