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: Mainly for Women: Your Own Time

A magazine of interest and entertainment for younger women.

I'd Like to Know
Out-of-the-way enquiries.

Yours for the Making: paper pattern fashions
Diana Crutchley

A Monologue at the Piano
Carmen del Rio

Private View
A report from the galleries by Joan Rodker.

March Hair: Styles, for Spring
Sidney Riche and Bob Keste

Introduced by Roma Fairley.

Contributors

Presenter ("Yours for the Making"): Diana Crutchley
Monologist/pianist (A Monologue at the Piano): Carmen del Rio
Reporter (Private View): Joan Rodker
Hairdresser (March Hair): Sidney Riche
Presenter (March Hair): Bob Keste
Presenter: Roma Fairley
Producer: Rosemary Hill

: 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
(A BBC telefilm)

Contributors

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

: Gilbert Harding

Contributors

Presenter: Gilbert Harding
Presented by: Kenneth Milne Buckley

: The Visitor: The Night Riders in Apartment A

Another film in this series.

: Sketchbook

Harry Rutherford visits Lancaster.

Contributors

Presenter/artist: Harry Rutherford
Presented by: Ray Lakeland

: Children's Television

Country Dance Party
A programme of traditional songs, games and dances.
Introduced by Barrie Edgar.

Lord Emsworth and the Little Friend
by P.G. Wodehouse.
Made into a play for television by C.E. Webber.

Contributors

Introduced by (Country Dance Party): Barrie Edgar
Author ("Lord Emsworth's Little Friend"): P.G. Wodehouse
Adapter ("Lord Emsworth's Little Friend"): C.E. Webber
Producer ("Lord Emsworth's Little Friend"): Rex Tucker
Designer ("Lord Emsworth's Little Friend"): Donald Horne

: News Summary

: Newsreel

: Highlight

Introduced by Geoffrey Johnson Smith.

Contributors

Presenter: Geoffrey Johnson Smith

: Party Political Broadcast

on behalf of the Conservative Party
If you have a question to ask put it "In the Post"
Post Cards are sorted by Patricia McLaughlin M.P., Richard Sharples M.P., Douglas Spencer-Nairn M.P., Paul Williams. M.P. and replied to by The Rt Hon Gwilym Lloyd-George, M.P. Secretary of State for the Home Department and Minister for Welsh Affairs
Post Cards should be marked 'TV Broadcast' and addressed to: [address removed]

Contributors

Speaker: Rt. Hon. Gwilym Lloyd-George M.P.

: Excepts from: Plain and Fancy

A new musical comedy.
A special performance before an invited audience from the Theatre Royal Drury Lane by arrangement with Prince Littler and Chappell and Co Ltd

Contributors

Director: Morton DaCosta
Book: Joseph Stein
Book: Will Glickman
Lyrics: Arnold B Horwitt
Music: Albert Hague
Choreography and staging of musical numbers: Helen Tamiris
Reproduced by: Phlip Nasta
Sets and costumes designed by: Raoul Pene Dubois
Orchestrations: Philip J. Lang
Vocal arrangements: Crane Calder
Assistant to Morton DaCosta: Ed Strum
Musical Director: Reginald Burston
Introduced by: Brian Johnston
Television presentation: Alan Chivers
Ruth Winters: Shirl Conway
Dan King: Richard Darr
Papa Yoder: Malcolm Keen
Hilda Miller: Joan Hovis
Peter Reber: Jack Drummond
Katie Yoder: Grace O'Connor
Ezra Reber: Reed de Rouen
Emmef Miller: Virgina Somers
Samuel Zook: Harry Naughton
Issar Miller: Bernard Spear
A man: Terence Cooper
Another man: Ivor Emmanuel
Rachel: Rita Varlan
Jacob Yoder: Michael Darbyshire
Samuel Laop: Joseph Sealy
Abner Zook: Terence Cooper
Ike Pilershatm: Barrie Irwin
Moses Zook: Frank Raynor
Abner Zook: Robert Algar
Bessie: Leander Fedden
Sarah: Renee Fellowes
Esther: Barbara Lewis
Rebecca: Olive Lucius
Mary: Patricia Mortimer
State Trooper: Ivor Emmanuel

: Special Enquiry: 8: The Land

A report for television.
An investigation into the problems of British agriculture in 1956.

Contributors

Commentator (in London): Robert Reid
Commentator (in the Country): Godfrey Baseley

: Nathaniel Titlark: 3: A Vote for Titlark

A new comedy series by James Lansdale Hodson.
[Starring] Bernard Miles
The play is set in an unspecified village in the Chiltern Hills.
Time the present

Contributors

Writer: James Lansdale Hodson
Producer: Adrian Walter
Designer: Guy Sheppard
Nathaniel Titlark: Bernard Miles

: News

: Alma Cogan

Contributors

Singer: Alma Cogan
Music: Stan Foster

: Commonwealth Magazine

A film record of life people and places made in co-operation with the Commonwealth Governments.
Written and produced by Stephen Hearst.

Followed by the Weather; Close Down

Contributors

Editor: Teddy Ireland
Research: Mina Tedder
Writer/producer: Stephen Hearst








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