England v. New Zealand
THIRD TEST MATCH
Live coverage of the morning's play on the final day at The Oval Commentary team, Brian Johnston
Richic Benaud , Ted Dexter
Denis Compton , Colin Milburn
Television presentation by PHILIP LEWIS and Nick HUNTER
A quiz about Wales
First shown on
England v. New Zealand
THIRD TEST MATCH
A further visit to The Oval
Ott BBC-2 in colour from 4.30
Shown at 11.a.m. on BBC-2
with Judi Dench
A Dog so Small by PHILIPPA PEARCE
‡ PART 2: ' A Dog Behind Glass
A new film quiz contest
Don'believe all you see in this inter-regional battle of concentration and observation.
From one shot to the next anything may appear, disappear or change altogether. Can you spot more deliberate mistakes in our films than this week's teams?
NORTHERN IRELAND (boys)
Annadale Grammar School, Belfast v.
Corby Grammar School
Introduced by Stuart Hall
Directed by JOHN C. MILLER
Production. VIVIAN A. DANIELS from the North
A series of adventures set under the Big Top
The Magic Lantern
Corky and Joey use circus money to release Elmer, the inventor, from jail, and have cause to regret their generosity.
Joey the Clown:
Big Tim Champion:
Written and told by Eric Thompson.
A comedy film series starring and
Lucy Sells Craig to Wayne Newton
... and throws herself and Kim in for free!
ROWRIDGE, BRIGHTON OXFORD PETERBOROUGH MANNINGTREE, CAMBRIDGE
6.0-6.25 Local News and Weather
her children, Craig:
Introduced by Clement Freud
Clement Freud is still hoping that one day Tom may catch that Mouse. He also rather likes a very mean Pirate Captain in The Last Doubloon. Gustavus has a disastrous time as a Grass Widower and there is a very unusual Symphony Orchestra.
Presented by MICHAEL GOODWIN
JOHN SLATER , DEREK WARING in Allegation by BEN BASSETT
PART 2 with Paul Angelis and Bernard Holley
Script editor, P. J. Hammond
Designer, Christine Ruscoe
Producer, RICHARD BEYNON
Directed by PHILIP DALE
W P C Parkin:
P C Quilley:
P C Bannerman:
P C Newcombe:
P C Stack:
Det -Sgt Stone:
Det -Insp Goss:
P C Statham:
Det -Supt Oakley:
A series of feature films starring
BOB HOPE tonight in My Favourite Brunette with DOROTHY LAMOUR and Peter Lorre , Lon Chaney
Scenario by EDMUND BELOIN and JACK ROSE
Produced by Daniel Dare
Directed by Elliott Nugent
A photographer turned detective becomes hilariously involved with a brunette and a gang of uranium thieves.
Major Simon Montague:
with Richard Baker followed by THE WEATHER
Peace-at Any Price
The Second World War could well have started a year earlier than it did-not on September 3, 1939, but in the last week of September 1938. Then the British Prime Minister of the day, Neville Chamberlain, flew to Germany for a final attempt to reach a settlement with Hitler in the dispute over Nazi Germany's demands on Czechoslovakia. They met in a city which has become a symbol of Britain's pre-war policy of appeasing the dictators-Munich.
Tuesday's Documentary tells the dramatic story of this crisis of peace or war. Among those taking pa.rt are Sir Alec Douglas-Home , M.P. (then Chamberlain's Parliamentary Private Secretary) and Dr. Paul Schmidt (Hitler's interpreter).
Written by CORRELLI BARNETT
Produced by DAVID WHEELER
with special guests
Musical director, JOHN CAMERON Design, J. Roger Lowe
Production, MEL CORNISH
What matters in the news and out of it with Kenneth Allsop and Michael Barratt Robert McKenzie
Assistant editor, John Dekker
Editor, ANTHONY Smith
The Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Orchestra told me: 'we instruct you not to play modern music.' I said that's a little too far 'instructed.' I don'like that word. Tear up the contract. It was a long contract and I did complete it, but when they asked me to renew I said no ' — and I left ... STOKOWSKI
Leopold Stokowski , the veteran conductor now in his eighties, is one of the most legendary, enigmatic, and controversial personalities in music. He was born in London and was sometime organist of St. James's, Piccadilly, before going to America where he made his musical career. In this first of two programmes he speaks of his early life and recalls his work with the American orchestras, notably the Philadelphia, whose tone he made famous throughout the world.
Director, DENIS MORIARTY