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: Man of Courage

A film in which a deserted wife is wrongly accused of murdering her husband.

: Children's Television

Mr. and Mrs. Mumbo
The return of this respectable couple in a new series of programmes with Reginald Jeffryes.
Script by Tom Twigge.

Peter Scott tells you about an Iceland journey, and shows a film.

For Deaf Children
Jasmine Bligh introduces a special programme, including Sandy Sandford showing the first adventure of 'Mandy and Mike' drawn by Bill Hooper; Dorothy Rogers gives some ideas for making birthday presents.

Contributors

Illustrator (Mr. and Mrs. Mumbo): Reginald Jeffryes
Script (Mr. and Mrs. Mumbo): Tom Twigge
Presenter: Peter Scott
Presenter (For Deaf Children): Jasmine Bligh
Co-presenter (For Deaf Children): Sandy Sandford
Illustrator (For Deaf Children: Mandy and Mike): Bill Hooper
Maker (For Deaf Children): Dorothy Rogers

: News and Newsreel

including Weather Report

: Show Case

with Benny Hill assisted by Jeremy Hawk
Introducing artists and acts new to television including
Jill Summers
The Skating Vogues
Norman Vaughan
Chic and Candy Ross
Guest artist, Shirley Eaton

Contributors

Presenter/comedian: Benny Hill
Assisted By: Jeremy Hawk
Comedienne: Jill Summers
Skaters: The Skating Vogues
Comedian: Norman Vaughan
Performers: Chic and Candy Ross
Guest artist: Shirley Eaton
Music directed by: Steve Race
Producer: Kenneth Carter

: Greyhound Racing: The 22nd St. Leger

Television cameras join the crowds at Wembley Stadium for this important annual event in the greyhound racing calendar.

Contributors

Commentator: Harry Carpenter
Presented for television by: John Vernon

: Can I Have a Lawyer?

A documentary programme written for television by Jenifer Wayne.

Contributors

Writer: Jenifer Wayne
Film sequences directed by: John Oxley
Designer: Lawrence Broadhouse
Producer: Caryl Doncaster

: Quick Tricks

Frank Smith invites some viewers to try new parlour tricks.
In this order he uses: A large safety pin; a man's handkerchief; two pennies; a large knitting needle
Introduced by Roma Fairley.

Contributors

Psycholinguist: Frank Smith
Introduced By: Roma Fairley
Producer: Lloyd Williams








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