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: Mainly for Women: Your Own Time

A magazine of interest and entertainment for younger women.

Change Over
New rooms for spring: Paul Gell

Songs
Singers in Concert

As I See It
Roma Fairley meets some interesting people in the Midlands.

Beauty News
Highlights on hair: Lisa Rayne

Introduced by Vera McKechnie.

Contributors

Presenter (Change Over): Paul Gell Interviewer (As I See It): Roma Fairley
Presented from Birmingham by (As I See It): Philip Lewis
Presenter (Beauty News): Lisa Rayne
Presenter: Vera McKechnie
Producer: Peggie Broadhead

: Watch with Mother: Andy Pandy

(A BBC television film)

: Children's Television

Look: Slimbridge this Afternoon
A series of wild life programmes introduced by Peter Scott.
Television Outside Broadcast cameras are stationed by the pond in front of Peter Scott's home, which is in the grounds of the famous sanctuary of the Wildfowl Trust at Slimbridge. You may watch with him to see what ducks and geese are there this afternoon.

The Third Figure
A mystery opera.
Written and composed by John Hunter Blair.
See facing page

Contributors

Presenter (Look): Peter Scott
Producer (Look): Tony Soper
Writer/composer (The Third Figure): John Hunter Blair
Producer (The Third Figure): Shaun Sutton
Designer (The Third Figure): John Cooper
Juliet: Patricia Morton
Peter: Anthony Green
Sir Harold Knightley: Ian Wallace
Lady Knightly, his wife: Joyce Blackham
Henry Lovell, his step-son: David Price
Miss Wyndham: Lucille Graham
Suli, her Indian page: David Langford

: News

General summary; Sports News; Weather

: Newsreel

: Highlight

People, events, comments of today introduced by Cliff Michelmore.

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore

: Lie of Riley: Riley and the Bean Contest

[Starring] William Bendix in the comedy film...

Contributors

Chester A. Riley: William Bendix

: Great Scott - It's Maynard!

[Starring] Bill Maynard, Terry Scott, Shirley Eaton, Pat Coombs, Hugh Lloyd, The Coronets.
Written by Lewis Schwarz and Eric Merriman.

Contributors

Comedian: Bill Maynard
Comedian: Terry Scott
Actress: Shirley Eaton
Actress: Pat Coombs
Actor: Hugh Lloyd
Singers: The Coronets
Orchestra directed by: Eric Robinson
Musical associate: Ivor Raymonde
Writer: Lewis Schwarz
Writer: Eric Merriman
Producer: Duncan Wood

: The Glen is Mine

A comedy by John Brandane.
Adapted for television by Moultrie R. Kelsall.

Contributors

Author: John Brandane
Adapted for television by: Moultrie R. Kelsall
Producer: James Crampsey
Designer: Jack Notman
Angus MacKinnon, a crofter: Douglas Murchie
Jock Galletly, a farmer: Jameson Clark
Mrs Galletly, his wife: Meg Buchanan
Colonel Murray, the Laird: Moultrie R. Kelsall
Captain Charlie, his son: Michael Elder
Morag MacKinnon: June Shields
Murdo MacKay: Manus Docherty
Dr Morrison: Douglas Robin
Dugald MacPhedran: David Mowat
Stockman: Arthur Boland
Mrs McAllister: Effie Morrison
Mrs Lamont: Louise MacLaren

: We, The British: Are we in decline?: 3: Our attitude to Work

The third in the series by Christopher Mayhew, M.P.
Last week Christopher Mayhew examined criticism of British industry. In this programme he looks further at the key factor of our industrial life - our attitude to work. For this purpose Rugby was chosen as a test town and a special survey was carried out on the attitude to work of local managers, trade unionists, and workers.
Comment:
Halford Reddish, a leading industrialist
James Crawford, Chairman of the Productivity Council, and General President of the National Union of Boot and Shoe Operatives
Illustration: Historical film from the National Film Archive

Contributors

Presenter: Christopher Mayhew
Speaker: Halford Reddish
Speaker: James Crawford
Electronic Voting Machine invented and developed by: Herman Lindars
Film Cameraman: A. A. Englander
Film Editor: Alan Martin
Designer: Alfred Wurmser
Producer: Rex Moorfoot

: Picture Parade

A weekly magazine programme of films and film personalities.
Introduced by Peter Haigh.

Contributors

Presenter: Peter Haigh
Presented By: Alan Sleath

: News

: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother

visits The Royal School of Needlework Loan Exhibition at Marlborough House, London.
Richard Dimbleby describes some of the exhibits of furniture, tapestry, and embroidery which Her Majesty will be seeing in the Red Drawing Room.
See facing page followed by The Weather and Close Down

Contributors

Commentary: Richard Dimbleby
Presented for television by: Antony Craxton








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