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: Collecting from Nature: 5: On the Seashore

for Schools
First shown on February 14

: First Years at Work: 16: Office work for girls

for Schools
First shown on February 13

: Signpost: Animal, Vegetable and Mineral: 5: The Story of Salt

for Schools
First shown on February 14

: Newyddion

News in Welsh.
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield)

: Gwraig Y Ty

Awgrymiadau ar gyfer y ty a'r teulu
Y cyflwyno gan Nest Williams
Y rhaglen yng ngofal TELERI BEVAN
A magazine for the housewife.

Contributors

Unknown: Teleri Bevan

: Lunchtime News

: Doctor Knock: Act 2

by Jules Romains.
Translated by Harley Granville-Barker.
with Richard Wordsworth
for Schools
First shown on February 14

Contributors

Author: Jules Romains
Translated by: Harley Granville-Barker
Producer: Ronald Eyre
Music: Reg Hogarth
Music: Dennis Neale
Designer: Austen Spriggs
The Town Crier: Timothy Bateson
Doctor Knock: Richard Wordsworth
Monsieur Bernard: Graham Crowden
Monsieur Mousquet: Frank Finlay
The farmer's wife: Joan Young
Nurse: Hilda Braid
Madame Pons: Jean Anderson
First countryman: Peter Bowles
Second countryman: Neil McCarthy

: Watch with Mother: Andy Pandy

For the Very Young
BBC film

: Something to Read

Introduced by Brian Redhead with Elizabeth Jane Howard, Mitzi Cunliffe, Jenn Lawrie, Eleanor Macdonald and William Cooper.
BBC recording

Contributors

Presenter: Brian Redhead
Guest: Elizabeth Jane Howard
Guest: Mitzi Cunliffe
Guest: Jenn Lawrie
Guest: Eleanor MacDonald
Guest: William Cooper
Producer: Olive Shapley

: Cookery Club

Guest Chef, Victor Ceserani, Lecturer at Acton Hotel and Catering School, Ealing Technical College shows ways of preparing and serving scallops with particular emphasis on Sea Food Pie.

Contributors

Cook: Victor Ceserani
Producer: Ann Shead

: The Fifth Form at St. Dominic's: Episode 1: The New Boy

A serial in four parts written by Talbot Baines Reed.
Adapted by Mary Cathcart Borer and C. E. Webber.

Contributors

Author: Talbot Baines Reed
Adapter: Mary Cathcart Borer
Adapter: C. E. Webber
Designer: Richard Wilmot
Film cameraman: Leonard Newson
Film editor: Larry Toft
Producer: Barbara Hammon.
Stephen Greenfield: Lindsay Scott-Patton
Roach: James Beck
Pembury: Simon Prebble
Ricketts: David Griffin
Paul: Nigel Jenkins
Tom Senior: Julian Yardley
Bramble: Kenneth Gouge
Bellerby: Andrew Beeching
Bradley: Anthony Russell
Bullinger: Sam Jeffcott
Oliver Greenfield: Peter Marden
Wraysford: Richard Palmer
Loman: Anthony Singleton
Dr Senior: Maurice Colbourne
Old Jeff: Wilfrid Brambell
Cripps: Simon Merrick
Simon: Jonathan Margetts
Spicer: David Lott

: The Suspension Bridge

A programme about two of Britain's great bridge-building projects The Clifton Suspension Bridge and The Tamar Suspension Bridge.
Introduced by Tom Salmon who looks back one hundred years to the construction of Brunei's famous bridge over the River Avon at Bristol, and with Outside Broadcast cameras, visits the building site of the vast new Tamar Bridge at Plymouth in Devon.
From the West

Contributors

Presenter: Tom Salmon
Producer: Peter Bale

: The News

: Town and Around

A news magazine for South-East England.

News from the South
(Rowridge)

: The Weather

: News from the Zoos: Animals Abroad in Belgium

Introduced by James Fisher.
Some of the rarest animals in captivity, such as the maned wolf from South America and the scaly pangolin from Africa, are the highlights of this return visit to Antwerp Zoo.
Recording presented in co-operation with the outside broadcast team of the Flemish Television Service

Contributors

Presenter: James Fisher
Series edited and programme produced by: Nicholas Crocker

: Tonight

Look around with Cliff Michelmore, Derek Hart, Alan Whicker, Fyfe Robertson, Trevor Philpott, Kenneth Allsop with Cy Grant.

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore
Reporter: Derek Hart
Reporter: Alan Whicker
Reporter: Fyfe Robertson
Reporter: Trevor Philpott
Reporter: Kenneth Allsop
Singer/guitarist: Cy Grant
Associate producer: Antony Jay
Associate producer: Gordon Watkins
Associate producer: Tony Essex
Assistant editor: Alasdair Milne
Editor: Donald Baverstock

: Headline News

: THE PERRY COMO MUSIC HALL

starring
PERRY COMO with EYDIE GORME
ANDRE PREVIN
SAMMY CAHN
PETER GENNABO
The Peter Gennaro Dancers
The Ray Charles Singers
The Mitchell Ayres Orchestra
Orchestrations by Jack Andrews. Joe Lipman and Peter Matz
Vocal arrangements and special material by Ray Charles
Script by GOODMAN Ace with SELMA DIAMOND, JAT BURTON
FRANK Peppiatt , JOHN AyleswortH Directed by Dwight Hemion Produced by Nick Vanof *
Presented for BBC Television by Yvonne Litflewood
Film editor, Richard Barclay NBC recording

Contributors

Unknown: Eydie Gorme
Unknown: Andre Previn
Unknown: Sammy Cahn
Unknown: Peter Gennabo
Unknown: Jack Andrews.
Unknown: Joe Lipman
Unknown: Peter Matz
Unknown: Ray Charles
Script By: Goodman Ace
Unknown: Jat Burton
Unknown: Frank Peppiatt
Unknown: John Aylesworth
Directed By: Dwight Hemion
Produced By: Nick Vanof
Television By: Yvonne Litflewood
Editor: Richard Barclay

: Francis Durbridge Presents...: The World of Tim Frazer: Episode 15

Written by Francis Durbridge and Barry Thomas.
[Starring] Jack Hedley as Tim Frazer
Starring Jack Watling with Laurence Hardy, David Langton, Ellen Mcintosh

Tim Frazer is investigating the murder of Miss Thackeray, known to the population of Melynfforest as 'Elaine Bradford'. After a meeting with estate agent Roger Thornton, Frazer visits a cottage in which Miss Thackeray was interested. Whilst there Frazer receives a call from someone wishing to speak to the murdered woman. On his way home Frazer discovers the body of Eve Turner, the estate agent's secretary. The murder weapon is familiar.

Contributors

Writer: Francis Durbridge
Writer: Barry Thomas
Producer: Richmond Harding
Designer: Lawrence Broadhouse
Film cameraman: Peter Hamilton
Film editor: Harry Hastings
Tim Frazer: Jack Hedley
Eddie Davies: Douglas Blackwell
Eve Turner: Ellen McIntosh
Det -Insp Royd: John Glyn-Jones
Det -Sgt Owen: Alan Stuart
Dr Norman Vincent: Walter Horsbrugh
Mrs Crichton: Hazel Hughes
Davy Williams: Prysor Williams
Elwyn Roberts: Laurence Hardy
Roger Thornton: David Langton
Major Lockwood: Jack Watling
Fred: Meurig Wyn-Jones
Stan White: David Lander

: Chicago

Portrait of a City by Denis Mitchell.
This film, made by the BBC with the collaboration of the American Broadcasting Company in Chicago, is to be transmitted both in Britain and the U.S.A. It reflects an Englishman's first impression of this great city and all its moods by night and by day.

Contributors

Director: Denis Mitchell
Photographed by: Gus Papajohn
Additional photography: Frederick S. Niemann
Additional photography: James Ascher
Film editor: Mac Errington
Sound recordist: Jim Bourgeois
Music composed by: Dudley Moore
Associate producer: Studs Terkel

Blog post that mentions this programme:

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: The News

: Mantovani and his Orchestra

with Guest artist, Jacqueline Delman

Contributors

Musicians: Mantovani and his Orchestra
Singer/guest artist: Jacqueline Delman
Setting: Lionel Radford
Presented by: Albert Stevenson

: Picture Parade

Introduced by Robert Robinson.
A programme about the latest films, the stars who appear in them, the people who make them.
In this edition:
Scenes from:
Pepe starring Cantinflas, Dan Dailey, Shirley Jones, Edward G. Robinson and guest appearances by thirty-six of Hollywood's leading stars.
A Breath of Scandal starring Sophia Loren, John Gavin and Maurice Chevalier
The Facts of Life starring Bob Hope and Lucille Ball chosen for this year's Royal Film Performance and an interview with the producer and director of the film, Norman Panama and Melvin Frank.
Films by courtesy of Columbia, Paramount, and United Artists

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Robinson
Interviewee: Norman Panama
Interviewee: Melvin Frank
Producer: Christopher Doll

: Late Night News

followed by Weather and Close Down

: Bwrw'r Sylfaen

The first of three programmes in Welsh showing the importance of basic research to practical science.
(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Crystal Palace)








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