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: For the Schools: Science for Sixth Forms: Cell Movement

by Professor Michael Abercrombie, F.R.S.

There are two main kinds of locomotion in single-celled animals-crawling over a solid surface and swimming through a liquid medium by means of thread-like organs of propulsion. These two basic kinds of movement are also found in the cells of higher animals.

Contributors

Presenter: Professor Michael Abercrombie
Producer: F. R. Elwell

: Beunydd

Newyddion y Dydd ynghyd a Trafod
Holi ac ateb ar faterion y dydd
(Daily news, and discussion on current affairs)

: For the Schools: Birds in Winter: 3: Land Birds in Winter

Filmed and introduced by Dick Bagnall-Oakeley.

The winter months are a particularly good time in which to begin learning bird identification. Today's programme shows a simple method of sketching birds to help in taking notes in the field. Many land birds change their diets in winter and some, like the robin, take up special territories. In some winters Britain is invaded by numbers of an attractive berry-eating bird-the wax-wing.

Contributors

Filmed and introduced by: Dick Bagnall-Oakeley
Film editor: Teddy Ireland
Producer: Eric Simms

: Watch with Mother: Picture Book

For the Very Young
(BBC film)

: Your Turn Now

A programme of home-made entertainment with Archie McCulloch from Edinburgh.
Guest star, Robert Wilson
At the organ, Andrew Fenner

Contributors

Presenter: Archie McCulloch
Tenor/guest star: Robert Wilson
Organist: Andrew Fenner
Director: Robert Stewart

: Keep Fit with Eileen Fowler

From the BBC's Midland television studio

Contributors

Exerciser: Eileen Fowler
Arranged by: Ann Shead
Music arranged and played by: Helen Shields
Presented by: Reg Perrin

: Hank

The first of a new series of adventures of the old-timer and his horse, Silver King.
Introduced by Francis Coudrill who made the film.

Contributors

Presenter/filmmaker: Francis Coudrill

: Focus

Vera McKcchnie introduces
Your Monday Magazine
About the Theatre with John Neville
On Stage, Please
The Beginning of the Theatre
Associate producer, Bryan Izzard
Would You Believe It?
Illustrated by Bill Hooper
A Bolt from the Blue
A miniature chess masterpiece
Do It Yourself with Barry Bucknell
Robin Adler's Camera Club

Contributors

Presenter: Vera McKcchnie
Producer: Bryan Izzard
Associate producer: Leonard Chase

: News; The Weather

On transmitters serving the areas.
6.10 News for Scotland, Northern Ireland, and the English Regions
News from Wales: 6.15-6.20

: On Safari with Armand and Michaela Denis: 5: The Big Tuskers

Elephants with tusks, each one weighing a hundred pounds or more, are rarely seen today. They have been killed either by sportsmen in search of trophies or by poachers in search of ivory.
Armand and Michaela Denis try to find out whether there are any elephants left rivalling the big tuskers of the past.

Contributors

Presenter: Armand Denis
Presenter: Michaela Denis

: Tonight

Look around with Cliff Michelmore, Derek Hart, Alan Whicker, Fyfe Robertson and including: John Morgan, Polly Elwes and Tim Parkes.

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore
Reporter: Derek Hart
Reporter: Alan Whicker
Reporter: Fyfe Robertson
Reporter: John Morgan
Reporter: Polly Elwes
Singer/guitarist: Tim Parkes
Associate producer: Alasdair Milne
Associate producer: Antony Jay
Associate producer: Gordon Watkins
Editor: Donald Baverstock

: News Summary

: This Is Your Life


Eamonn Andrews says 'This Is Your Life' to ?

Contributors

Presenter: Eamonn Andrews
Story written and research by: Ken Smith
Story written and research by: Shirley MacNab
Theme music written by: James Turner
[Theme music] conducted by: George Clouston
Producer: T. Leslie Jackson

: Philip Marlowe: The Ugly Duckling

A new film series starring Philip Carey as the Private Eye created by Raymond Chandler.

Called upon to investigate a mysterious accident to a wealthy woman, Marlowe finds himself involved in an accident of equally mysterious origin.

Contributors

Created by: Raymond Chandler
Philip Marlowe: Philip Carey

: Panorama

The Window on the World
Every Monday Panorama cameras focus on People-Places-Problems that make news.
Introduced by Richard Dimbleby with the Panorama team of commentators.

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Dimbleby
Editor: Michael Peacock
Producer: Michael Peacock
Associate producer: David Wheeler

: Whack-O!

A weekly school report.
Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden.
Starring Professor Jimmy Edwards
with Arthur Howard

Contributors

Writer: Frank Muir
Writer: Denis Norden
Designer: Stanley Dorfman
Production: Douglas Moodie
Headmaster: Jimmy Edwards
Mr Pettigrew: Arthur Howard
Mr Halliforth: Edwin Apps
Mr Dinwiddie: Gordon Phillott
Crombie: Jimmy Ray
Potter: Paul Norman
Rawlinson: Geoffrey Paget
Bouverie: Derek Needs
Mr Theobald: Raymond Rollett
Second Governor: Lionel Marson
Third Governor: Ronald Mayer
Mr Teesdale: Wallas Eaton

: News

: Television Dancing Club

with Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra from the Carlton Rooms, Maida Vale.
with demonstrations by Stan Dudley and Christine Norton, Jack Orton Smith and Norma Noble, Constance Grant Formation Team from Sheffield and presenting the 7th Heat of the 1959-60 Competition for the Television Dancing Club Trophies with Victor Silvester's Dancing Lesson
Assisted by Doreen Freeman
Hostess, Susan Franks

Contributors

Musicians: Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra
Dancer: Stan Dudley
Dancer: Christine Norton
Dancer: Jack Orton Smith
Dancer: Norma Noble
Formation dancers: Constance Grant Formation Team
Dancer: Victor Silvester
Dancer (Victor Silvester's Dancing Lesson): Doreen Freeman
Hostess: Susan Franks
Script: Victor Silvester Jnr
Producer: Richard Afton

: Bransby Williams: Solo Performance

Contributors

Monologist: Bransby Williams
Presented by: Kenneth Milne-Buckley








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