The Channel Islands
Sir Alexander Coutanche
Bailiff of Jersey
Elizabeth Craig shows traditional products the Queen will see in Guernsey when she visits the Islands this month.
The Season's Best
Frances Perry shows the best values for this month in fruit, flowers, and vegetables.
Plastics in the Home
Some of the newest domestic articles from the International British Plastics Exhibition which opened at Olympia yesterday.
Eleanor Summerfield, instructed by Frank Preston, shows how to prepare and paint a wall.
Introduced by Joan Gilbert.
Item presenter (The Channel Islands):
Item presenter (Bailiff of Jersey):
Item presenter (The Season's Best):
Presenter (Learning How):
Handyman (Learning How):
Producer (Learning How):
Two travelling salesmen see Champion, and, thinking he is a wild stallion, lasso him. At the next town Champion is exhibited as 'Dynamite, the Killer Horse'. Ricky and Rebel find him at the rodeo and try to win him back, but the Sheriff rules that the showmen have captured him legally. How can Ricky rescue Champion now?
The Wonder Horse:
Rebel, the dog:
Introduced by Max Robertson.
A fortnightly series presenting news and views from the world of sport.
Accompanied by the Band of the Royal Horse Guards from The Great Yorkshire Show at Harrogate.
Introduced by Trevor Hill.
Something to interest and entertain you.
Laurens van der Post in a series of six programmes, tells of an expedition into the Kalahari Desert that he made in collaboration with the BBC.
Laurens van Der
Carole Carr invites you to Carole's Country Club
with Chic Murray, Harry Locke is behind the bar and her guests include Owen Brannigan.
[Starring] Digby Wolfe in Sheep's Clothing
also starring Lita Roza with Ronnie Corbett, Vic Riscoe, John Baskcomb, Larry Taylor.
Orchestra conducted by:
by George Kelly.
[Starring] Constance Cummings with Gordon Tanner
introducing Kay Callard
Scene: The Craigs' house in a suburb of New York. Time: The Present
John Betjeman visits Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire.
Built more than 800 years ago to guard the northern edge of the Severn valley, the Castle has been the home of the Berkeley family ever since. Today the quiet peace of its ancient stones, battlements, Keep, and of its finely-preserved Great Hall and baronial kitchen carries one straight back into the Middle Ages.
The first in a series of seven programmes
Outside broadcast cameras of the Welsh Television Unit, in the field adjoining the main pavilion, meet competitors from overseas to see some of their picturesque dances and hear some of their songs.
Introduced by Berkeley Smith and Jacqueline Mackenzie.
followed by Weather; Road Works Report and Close Down