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: The Lawn Tennis Championships

from Wimbledon.

Contributors

Commentator: F. H. Grisewood
Commentator: Dan Maskell
Commentator: Dennis Coombe

: Watch with Mother: The Flowerpot Men

For the Very Young
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Peter Hawkins speaks the voices
Maria Bird writes the songs and music

Contributors

Puppeteer: Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer: Molly Gibson
Singer: Gladys Whitred
Voices: Peter Hawkins
Songwriter/music: Maria Bird

: The Lawn Tennis Championships

A further visit to Wimbledon.

: Children's Television

Disneyland: The Story of Mickey Mouse
Walt Disney introduces another film in this series and tells the story of his most famous creation-the small mouse who started it all.
(Previously televised on June 17)

At Home
with Ian Stewart at the piano and some of his friends.

Bobby in France
Written bv Emile Harven and M. J. MacDonald.

Contributors

Presenter (Disneyland): Walt Disney Pianist (At Home): Ian Stewart
Writer (Bobby in France): Emile Harven
Writer (Bobby in France): M. J. MacDonald
Producer (Bobby in France): John Hunter Blair
Tess: Judith Manning
Bobby: William Simons
M Leblanc: Eugene Deckers
Mme Leblanc: Pamela Stirling
Claude Leblanc: Yves Ratier

: The Lawn Tennis Championships

A further visit to Wimbledon.

: Weather Chart

: It's Fun to Fly

A visit to Denham Aerodrome, Buckinghamshire, where Raymond Baxter meets people who fly for fun.
If weather permits the programme includes:
A free drop on to the field by student parachutist Pat Burgin
A first solo by student pilot Bill Duncalf and a parade and fly-past by the Vintage Aircraft Club
See page 15

Contributors

Presenter: Raymond Baxter
Parachutist: Pat Burgin
Pilot: Bill Duncalf
Programme arranged by: Peter Webber
Producer: Dennis Monger

: Life with the Lyons

[Starring] Bebe Daniels and Ben Lyon
with Barbara Lyon, Richard Lyon, Horace Percival, Molly Weir, Doris Rogers, Charles Hawtrey, Gwen Lewis, Richard Bellaers
Written by Bebe Daniels, Bob Block, Bill Harding.
First of four fortnightly programmes.
Gale Pedrick writes on page 9

Contributors

Herself: Bebe Daniels
Himself: Ben Lyon
Herself: Barbara Lyon
Himself: Richard Lyon
Mr. Wimple: Horace Percival
Aggie MacDonald: Molly Weir
Florrie Wainwright: Doris Rogers
Actor: Charles Hawtrey
Mrs. Wimple: Gwen Lewis
Orchestra directed by: Eric Robinson
Incidental music: Arthur Wilkinson
Writer: Bebe Daniels
Writer: Bob Block
Writer: Bill Harding
Designer: Stephen Bundy
Producer: Bryan Sears

: Panorama

A fortnightly topical magazine.

Contributors

Introduced By: Max Robertson
Editor: Michael Barsley
Director: John Furness

: Today on the Centre Court

A BBC television film of some of the highlights of the day's play at Wimbledon, including the men's semi-finals.

Contributors

Commentary: Peter Wilson

: You Know What People Are - 5


[Starring] J. B. Priestley and his Players
A series of six programmes written for television by J. B. Priestley with Frances Rowe, Clive Morton, Natasha Parry, John Stratton.

Contributors

Writer/host: J. B. Priestley
Actor: Frances Rowe
Actor: Clive Morton
Actress: Natasha Parry
Actor: John Stratton
Composer (incidental music): Roberto Gerhard
Designer: Bruce Angrave
Producer: Tony Richardson








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