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: Watch with Mother: The Woodentops

For the very young
Stories about a family of wooden dolls who live on a farm.
(to 11.00)

: Lloffa

(Welsh discussion on folk customs)
(First shown on BBC Wales)
(Crystal Palace, Sutton Coldfield, Holme Moss, Wenvoe West)

: The News and The Weather Man

George Luce
(to 13.33)

Contributors

Weatherman: George Luce

: Summer Jackanory: The House at Pooh Corner: 'Tigger Comes to Breakfast'

by A. A. Milne
Adapted for television and directed by Paul Ciani
With Alan Bennett

If you happen to be walking around humming quietly, 'The more it snows,' the chances are that someone within earshot will add the 'tiddly pom' for you. For the benefit of those of you who wouldn't have added 'tiddly pom,' that is the first line of one of Pooh's Better Hums - such as his 'Hummed Hopefully To Others...' Pooh being Pooh Bear, hero (?) of A.A. Milne's world-famous stories.
For the next few weeks Alan Bennett will be telling some stories from The House at Pooh Corner. Alan is a somewhat late convert to Poohsticks and Hefalumps - 'I didn't read the books till I was fourteen.' He's been busily engaged finding suitable voices for all the characters - Pooh is north country and Owl is donnish.

Contributors

Author: A.A. Milne
Adapted by/Director: Paul Ciani
Pictures: E.H. Shepard
Storyteller: Alan Bennett
Producer: Anna Home

: The Basil Brush Show

Introduced by Rodney Bewes
with Sino and Partner, Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick, and Tich
(Bert Hayes is appearing at Butlin's Hotels, Cliftonville)

Contributors

Presenter: Rodney Bewes
Performers: Sino and Partner
Musicians: Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick, and Tich
Script: George Martin
Music: The Bert Hayes Sextet
Designer: Diana Wilson
Producer: Johnny Downes

: Laurel and Hardy: One Good Turn

Two of the world's greatest laughter-makers in a selection of their famous short films.
This week: One Good Turn
A Hal Roach film

As guardians of justice responsible for the conviction of a dangerous fugitive, Stan and Ollie find life is rather hazardous when the criminal escapes.

Contributors

Producer: Hal Roach
Director: James W. Horne
Stan: Stan Laurel
Ollie: Oliver Hardy

: Junior Points of View

with Robert Robinson
A weekly look at criticism and comments from younger viewers.
Letters for inclusion in these programmes should be addressed to: Junior Points of View, [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Robinson

: The News and The Weather Man

George Luce

Contributors

Weatherman: George Luce

: How It Is

and why
- as seen by Peter Asher
with Richard Neville, Tony Palmer, The Spinners
and guests, including this week Albert Finney, Manfred Mann, Victor Spinetti, The Crazy World of Arthur Brown
See page 26

Contributors

Presenter: Peter Asher
Presenter: Richard Neville
Presenter/Producer: Tony Palmer
Musicians: The Spinners
Guest: Albert Finney
Guests: Manfred Mann
Guest: Victor Spinetti
Guests: The Crazy World of Arthur Brown
Director: David Heeley

Blog post that mentions this programme:

Pop TV - From Hit Parade to Later... 15 February 2017

: Mothers-in-Law: On Again, Off Again Lohengrin

Two related problems and double fun in a new comedy film series.
Starring Eve Arden and Kaye Ballard
with Herbert Rudley, Roger C. Carmel, Jerry Fogel, Deborah Walley

How Eve and Kaye become the mothers-in-law.

Contributors

Eve Hubbard: Eve Arden
Kaye Buell: Kaye Ballard
Herb Hubbard: Herbert Rudley
Roger Buell: Roger C. Carmel
Jerry Buell: Jerry Fogel
Suzie Hubbard Buell: Deborah Walley

: The Newcomers

The Harkers have a set-back over their holiday plans; Caroline makes her presence felt in the Kerr household, and causes Amelia embarrassment.
From the Midlands

Contributors

Devised by: Colin Morris
Story by: John Cresswell
Script: Alan Whiting
Producer: Bill Sellars
Director: Philip Dale
Vivienne Cooper: Maggie Fitzgibbon
Gran Hamilton: Gladys Henson
Lance Cooper: Raymond Hunt
Andrew Kerr: Robin Bailey
Margot Kerr: Sally-Jane Spencer
Caroline Kerr: Heather Chasen
Mrs. Roberts: Barbara Grant
Mr. Bannister: Martin Boddey
Amelia Huntley: Naomi Chance
Vera Harker: June Bland
Mrs. Heenan: Vanda Godsell
Joyce Harker: Wendy Richard
Henry Burroughs: Campbell Singer
Kirsty Kerr: Maggie Don
Bert Harker: Robert Brown
Jimmy Harker: David Janson
Philip Cooper: Jeremy Bulloch
Janet Cooper: Sandra Payne

: News Headlines

: It's A Knock-Out! (Jeux sans Frontieres)

The second international heat in which six countries compete for the Eurovision Trophy.
Transmitted on the Eurovision network from Verviers, Belgium.

Teams:
Great Britain: Plymouth
Belgium: Verviers
France: St. Quentin
Germany: Homburg
Italy: Terracina
Switzerland: Bellinzona
Introduced by Paule Herreman and Jean-Claude Menessier.
International Referees, Genaro Olivieri and Guido Pancaldi
Programme presented by The Belgian Television Service

Contributors

Presenter: Paule Herreman
Presenter: Jean-Claude Menessier
International Referee: Genaro Olivieri
International Referee: Guido Pancaldi
BBC Production Team - Commentator: David Vine
BBC Production Team - Commentator: Katie Boyle
BBC Production Team - Referee: Eddie Waring
BBC Production Team - Producer: Barney Colehan

: The News

with Robert Dougall.
followed by The Weather

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Dougall

: Not Now, Darling

An excerpt from the new farce by Ray Cooney and John Chapman
Starring Donald Sinden, Bernard Cribbins
From the stage of the Strand Theatre, London, by arrangement with Michael Codron

The action of the play takes place on the fourth floor of Bodley, Bodley, and Crouch, a London fur salon.

Contributors

Writer: Ray Cooney
Writer: John Chapman
Setting designer (stage): Hutchinson Scott
Director (stage): Patrick Cargill
Presented for television by: Mary Evans
Miss Tipdale: Carmel McSharry
Gilbert Bodley: Donald Sinden
Arnold Crouch: Bernard Cribbins
Harry McMichael: Brian Wilde
Janie McMichael: Jill Melford
Commander Frencham: Tom Gill
Mrs. Frencham: Pearl Hackney
Sue Lawson: Shirley Stelfox
Maude Bodley: Mary Kenton

: Twenty-Four Hours

Wwith Kenneth Allsop and Michael Barratt, Ian Trethowan, Robert McKenzie
with on-the-spot reports by Fyfe Robertson, Julian Pettifer, David Lomax, Philip Tibenham, Denis Tuohy, Linda Blandford.

Contributors

Presenter: Kenneth Allsop
Reporter: Michael Barratt
Reporter: Ian Trethowan
Reporter: Robert McKenzie
Reporter: Fyfe Robertson
Reporter: Julian Pettifer
Reporter: David Lomax
Reporter: Philip Tibenham
Reporter: Denis Tuohy
Reporter: Linda Blandford
Assistant Editor: John Dekker
Assistant Editor: Peter Pagnamenta
Editor: Anthony Whitby

: Sir Malcolm Sargent Memorial Promenade Concert

Part of the First Night of the 74th Season of Proms, recorded in the Royal Albert Hall earlier this evening.
BBC Symphony Orchestra
Led by Hugh Maguire
Conductor, Colin Davis
Vaughan Williams's Serenade to Music
with sixteen soloists
William Walton's Viola Concerto
with Peter Schidlof as soloist
See pages 2 and 33

Contributors

Musicians: BBC Symphony Orchestra
Orchestra led by: Hugh Maguire
Orchestra conductor: Colin Davis
Viola (William Walton's Viola Concerto): Peter Schidlof
Commentator: Richard Baker
Director: Antony Craxton

: Made in Britain

A weekly report on exports and industry.

: The Sky at Night: Pulsars

Strange, quickly vibrating radio sources have been discovered far out in space. These pulsating stars or 'pulsars' are one of the most exciting discoveries of modern science, and have taken astronomers by surprise.
Patrick Moore talks about them with Dr. A. Hewish at Cambridge and discusses the implications with Sir Bernard Lovell and Professor F. Graham Smith at Jodrell Bank.

Close Down

Contributors

Presenter: Patrick Moore
Guest: Dr. A. Hewish
Guest: Sir Bernard Lovell
Guest: Professor F. Graham Smith
Director: Lucy Goodison
Producer: Patricia Owtram








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