A magazine of interest and entertainment for younger women.
A show of the latest fashion accessories for the spring.
Songs with a Guitar
More suggestions for summers away by Evelyn Gibbs.
Present from London: 5: Enter the One-Man Band
A dramatic serial by Antonia Ridge.
Introduced by Helen Shingler.
Singer/guitarist (Songs with a Guitar):
Item presenter (Dream Holidays):
Writer (Present from London):
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
Narrator/script, music and settings:
Another film in this series.
Harry Rutherford visits Guildford, Surrey.
Disneyland: Cavalcade of Song
In this film Walt Disney Introduces you to famous songs from "Snow White", "The Three Little Pigs", "Song of the South" and "Lady and the Tramp".
by Estelle Holt.
A comedy about the celebrated comedienne of Drury Lane in the eighteenth century.
(Denise Hirst is appearing in "The Boy Friend" at Wyndham's Theatre; Peter Sallis and William Mervyn are in "The Rivals" at the Saville Theatre, London)
Writer (Kitty Clive):
Producer (Kitty Clive):
Designer (Kitty Clive):
of the Drury Lane Company, in order of appearance (Kitty
Kitty Clive, a servant girl:
Miss Knowles, her employer:
John Hall, actor:
Robert Wilks, Leading man:
Mrs Rogers, his leading lady:
Colley Cibber, the manager:
Nance Oldfield, rival leading lady:
Introduced by Geoffrey Johnson Smith.
A comedy by R.F. Delderfield.
Scene: An ante-room in the home of Sir Hector Fanshaew-Scott on the eve of the General Election of 1906.
From the BBC's West of England television studio
Sir Hector Fanshaew Scott:
The Hon Esmond Delahaye:
in which Jack Watson referees a bout of humour between four famous comedians with The Tanner Sisters and the BBC Northern Variety Orchestra.
Conducted by Alyn Ainsworth
From the Royal Hall, Harrogate
BBC Northern Variety
Orchestra conducted by:
Dr. V.E. Fuchs and other members of the expedition describe their experiences to David Attenborough and show film taken on the journey.
A programme of excerpts from many of the films produced in Hollywood by the Warner Brothers film Company, whose pioneer work established talking pictures.
The films, which are at present being screened in a special season at the National Film Theatre, London, include Al Jolson, Joan Blondell, Edward G. Robinson, James Cagney, Bette Davis, Spencer Tracy, Paul Muni, and Pat O'Brien, in scenes from "The Jazz Singer", "The Singing Fool", "A Slight Case of Murder", "Twenty Thousand Years In Sing-Sing", "Juarez", "Gold-Diggers of 1933", "On Your Toes", "They Won't Forget", "Angels with Dirty Faces", "Green Pastures", "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Helen of Troy".
Introduced by Derek Bond.
Film sequences by courtesy of Warner Brothers and the British Film Institute
with Marion Ryan.
The Ray Ellington
Hywel Davies visits the famous Welsh industrial town and meets some of the people who live and work there.
Bishop Wand, Canon of St Paul's speaks of the character of Christ as revealed in the events of Holy Week.