with Jane, Max, and Martin Madders.
From the BBC's Midland Television studios
Robert Gittings introduces two extracts from the plays he wrote for the Drama Festival held this year by the National Federation of Women's Institutes.
Performed by Members of Humberstone W.I., Lindsey and Pontllanfraith W.I., Monmouth.
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
(A BBC Television Film)
Narrator/Script, music, and settings:
How long is a chameleon's tongue? You can see these astonishing creatures in this film. They are quite harmless and their only form of protection is to look ferocious.
with Raymond Baxter and Bob Danvers-Walker.
Leslie Bricusse and Robert Robinson with something to interest and entertain you.
with Christopher Chataway.
The second of three programmes in which a townsman finds out about life off the beaten track. Tonight's programme is about the mountains of North Wales.
Written and directed by Stephen Hearst.
Frank Sawyer and Bernard Venables have Gone Fishing!
Outside broadcast cameras join them on the River Avon as with rod and fly they try to catch sea trout, and, with luck, a salmon.
Dave Morris invites you to join him in a weekly get-together to meet:
Joe Gladwin as 'Cedric', Fred Ferris as 'The Wacker', Leonard Williams as 'Pongo' Bleasdale, Frank Bass as 'Snuffy' Hargreaves, Tom Harrison as 'The Secretary', Billy Smith as 'The Steward' and The Singing Clubmen.
Music by Jimmy Leach and The Club Nighters
From the BBC's North of England studios
Jimmy Leach and The Club
Jack Payne presents Say It with Music, featuring Bruce Trent, Doreen Hume, Ted Heath and his Music, The Stargazers, Vic Hyde, Carole Carr, Frank Weir, The Jack Billings Dancers, The George Mitchell Choir.
Ted Heath and his
The Jack Billings
The George Mitchell
Orchestra directed by:
by Leo Lehman.
[Starring] Geraldine McEwan, Robert Shaw and Lana Morris
The action covers the period from September 1954 to July 1957 and takes place in London.
Len Fox (Robert Shaw) is joined by Gerry (Geraldine McEwan) and a mob of teen-age autograph hunters outside the Festival Hall
Play at 8.45
Geraldine McEwan who plays the part of Gerry, the wife of pianist Len Fox, was last seen in television in a theatre excerpt of Member of the Wedding. Previous television acting role was in serial Crime on Our Hands in 1954. Has starred in several West End plays, including the long-running For Better, For Worse.
Robert Shaw who plays Len Fox, has sprung to fame in recent months as the dashing Captain Dan Tempest in commercial television's series The Buccaneer. Formerly a Shakespearean actor at Stratford-on-Avon, he was recently seen in BBC Television as Alan Jeffcote in Hindle Wakes.
Lana Morris, film and television actress, and wife of Ronald Waldman, Head of Television Light Entertainment, plays Len's girl friend, the jazz-loving Linda. Was most recently seen in the television play Dead Easy and appeared in the earlier serial Six Proud Walkers.
Music specially composed by:
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Audiences at the Royal Festival Hall and the Wigmore Hall, dancers in dance halls, people in an Espresso bar:
Tonight's visit to the White City Stadium, London, covers the final stages in this international individual jumping championship for lady riders.
Presented for television by:
followed by Weather and Close Down