Conducted by The Rev. T. J. F. Heighway
Canon C. N. Wardle-Harpur
Vicar and Rural Dean of Stockton
Organist and Choirmaster, ALEXANDER HISLOP
Presented for television by Peter Hamilton
Introduced by Russell Taylor
What happens on the Stock Exchange and what function does it play in the economy?
What is the meaning of such Stock Exchange terms as stockbrokers and jobbers, equities, gilts, debentures, bulls and bears?
Drawings by Haro
Produced by CHRISTOPHER DOLL A BBC Educational broadcast
A series of ten programmes about musical instruments-the people who play them-the music they play
7: PLUCKED STRINGS
Introduced by Antony Hopkins
Produced by Victor POOLE A BBC Educational broadcast
A course in human biology
How the picture on the retina of the eye is translated into signals to the brain.
Dr. W. A. H. Rushton , F.R.S.
Film facilities provided by Department of Physiology, Cambridge Edited by JAMES McCLOY
BBC-tv Science and Features presentation A BBC Educational broadcast
Dr. W. A. H.
Owen Edwards yn cyflwyno pigion rhaglenni Heddiw o'r wythnos a aeth heibio
Cynhyrchiad UNED HEDDIW
with BARRY BUCKNELL
Bookshelves and cupboards fixed to the wall are valuable space-savers. They can also be attractive. Barry Bucknell has designed a new versatile wall storage unit that is cheap to build. Produced by STANLEY HYLAND
Does it pay to prepack on the farm? This is a question which faces vegetable growers of all sizes. DAVID RICHARDSON looks into the benefits and problems associated with marketing produce in this way. Lambing
In spite of the great strides made in veterinary medicine, lambing time still brings its problems. The Television Vet demonstrates the answers to some of them.
Film editor, Henry Fowler
Produced by ANTHONY PARKIN From the Midlands followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers
A second showing of Choose Your Partners by JOHN HOPKINS
A train whistle, a telephone, a burgled safe-but are Barlow's men investigating an ordinary crime, or is espionage involved?
Designer, Stanley Morris
Cameraman, John A. S. Turner Editor, Ian Callaway
Script associate, John Gould
Producer, DAVID E. ROSE Directed by WILLIAM SLATER
John A. S.
Orson Welles 's production of The Magnificent Ambersons starring
Screenplay by Orson Welles from a story by BOOTH TARKINGTON
Eugene Morgan, inventor of a ' horseless carriage,' is on the way up but the Magnificent Ambersons. undisputed leaders of society, are on the way down, though they do not realise it. Young George, a typical Amber-son, spoilt, obstinate, and proud, refuses to recognise the signs of the times and wrecks his mother's happiness and almost ruins his own before he is humbled.
sail on a musical voyage around the world with JOHN SLATER as Cap'n Scuttle on board the paddle steamship Melodymaster
Presented by JAN and VLASTA DALIBOR
Written by MARGARET POTTER
Puppets created by Jan Dalibor Additional manipulators, Philip and Elizabeth Rose Designer, Tim Harvey
Produced by TREVOR HILL From the North
by CHARLES DICKENS
Dramatised in thirteen episodes by Constance Cox
EPISODE 5: In which Martin and Mark Tapley make plans for their journey to America.
Poor woman's daughter HILARY GREEN Music composed and conducted by JOHN HOTCHKIS
Film cameraman, James Balfour Film editor. Sheila S. Tomlinson Designer. Susan Spence
Producer, CAMPBELL LOGAN Director, JOAN CRAFT
First card player:
Second card player:
Poor woman's son:
Heading west to new horizons with JOHN MclNTIRE and ROBERT HORTON
The Amos Billings Story
Guest star, Paul Fix
Two weeks' travel time can be saved if the wagon train uses a newly constructed short cut through the mountains. This is the offer made by the owner Amos Billings , but Flint is suspicious of his motives and rides ahead to find out for himself.
New Hymns for Old
New hymns are being talked about, composed, and sung. Are they as good as the old ones?
William Branston questions
The Rev. Ian Pitt-Watson and The Rev. J. L. Dow who illustrate their answers with choral groups directed by John Currie and Thomas Walton
Produ:er, RONALD FALCONER From Scotland
Rev. J. L.
Rupert Davies tells the story of HENRI DUNANT founder of the Red Cross
Part 3: Paris
Produced by John ELPBINSTONE -FYFFS
on behalf of the Cheshire Foundation
Homes for the Sick by Group Capt. Leonard Cheshire ,
V.C., D.S.O., D.F.C.
Contributions, preferably by crossed cheque or postal order, will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to: Group Capt. Leonard Cheshire, [address removed]
The Foundation aims to provide accommodation in the United Kingdom and abroad, on the lines of a home and not an institution, for men, women, and children who are chronically ill or permanently disabled, regardless of race or creed.
The singing led by the combined choirs of the town
Conducted by Alexander Hislop
Introduced by Donald Leggat
Prayer and Blessing by Canon C. N. Wardle-Harpur
Vicar and Rural Dean of Stockton
Alexander Fishburn and Rex Hazleton Presented for television by Peter Hamilton
Canon C. N.
BILLY COTTON calls Wakey-Wakey with RUSS CONWAY
Special guest stars, from America
ALLAN SHERMAN and from England
Alan Breeze, Kathie Kay
The Cotton Singers and Neville King
Associate conductor, HARRY RABINOWITZ
Staging by Malcolm Goddard
Design by Robert Macgowan Production by MICHAEL HURLL
Neville King is appearing at Churchill's Club. London
A film series starring
RAYMOND BURR as the famous lawyer-investigator created by Erle Stanley Gardner
The Case of the Capricious Corpse with Barbara Hate, William Hopper,
William Talman, Ray Collins
A dummy Japanese Samurai warrior, a dying philanthropist, and a conspiracy to hide a body provide the highlights in this Perry Mason case.
created by A. J. CRONIN starring
BARBARA MULLEN with BILL SIMPSON as Dr. Finlay
A Shot in the Arm
Script by ARTHUR SWINSON
Script editor, Harry Green
The series produced by arrangement with Graham Stewart
Film cameraman, Peter Hamilton
Film editor, Ted Walter
Designer, Evan Hercules
Producer, ANDREW OSRORN Directed by JULIA Smith
A factory nurse:
A fortnightly magazine of the arts
Introduced by Huw Wheldon
In tonight programme:
"AN AGED NOVELIST': WAUGH AT 60 Evelyn Waugh talks to
Elizabeth Jane Howard about his past and his future as a novelist, and about his reactions to growing old
DEGAS: A DANCING WORLD
Edgar Degas , the great French Impressionist painter, became in his later years so involved in the world of Paris Opera Ballet that he seemed to re-live in his art every movement, every gesture of the dancer's body.
Margaret Dale looks at the world he created in the light of her own experience as dancer and choreographer
Film editor, Allan Tyrer
Nancy Thomas , Christopher Burstall Producer, DAVID JONES
New Hymns for Old
Previously shown at 6.15 p.m.