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: Demonstration Film

(to 12.00)

: In the News

An unrehearsed discussion on topics of the week.
Chairman: W. D. H. McCullough
Speakers: Robert Boothby, M.P., W. J. Brown, Michael Foot, M.P., A. J. P. Taylor
(to 15.30)

Contributors

Chairman: W. D. H. McCullough
Speaker: Robert Boothby
Speaker: W. J. Brown
Speaker: Michael Foot
Speaker: A. J. P. Taylor
Arranged by: Edgar Lustgarten
Presented by: John Irwin

: For the Children: Man in Armour: 1 - The Antique Shop

A fantasy in several parts by Godfrey Harrison from an idea by A. A. Dubens.
[Starring] Bruce Gordon

Contributors

Writer: Godfrey Harrison
From an idea by: A. A. Dubens
Settings: Richard Henry
Producer: Rex Tucker
Theodore Hubble: John Warrington
His children: Rona: June Allen
Ronnie: Barry McGregor
Mrs Hubble: Dorothy Darke
The man in armour: Bruce Gordon
Sappho Holyrood, a magician: Neil Wilson
Isolde, his daughter: June Sylvaine

: For the Children: Ballet for Beginners (Junior Edition): 5 - Analysis of the Ballet

A monthly programme on the art of ballet, devised for younger viewers.
with Domini Callaghan and David Poole and Margarita Tate, Sonya Hana, Yvonne Cartier, Hazel Wiscombe, Marjorie Woodhams, Moira Kennett.
Felicity Gray explains the steps
Tom McCall and James Turner play the pianos

Contributors

Dancer: Domini Callaghan
Dancer: David Poole
Dancer: Margarita Tate
Dancer: Sonya Hana
Dancer: Yvonne Cartier
Dancer: Hazel Wiscombe
Dancer: Marjorie Woodhams
Dancer: Moira Kennett
Presenter: Felicity Gray
Pianist: Tom McCall
Pianist: James Turner
Presented by: Philip Bate

: Newsreel

: Television Sports Magazine

featuring:

Association Football
The Tottenham Hotspur international left wing trio - Ron Burgess, Eddie Baily, and Les Medley show Jimmy Jewell some of their defence splitting tactics.

Skipping or Rope Dancing
Contrasts in style demonstrated by professional boxer Freddie King and Olive Newson and her team.

Monte Carlo Rally
Raymond Baxter, just back from competing in this year's Rally, introduces a British crew together with their car.

From the Territorial Drill Hall of the 263 A/Tank Regiment, R.A., T.A., Brixton

Programme introduced by Max Robertson.

Contributors

Footballer (Association Football): Ron Burgess
Footballer (Association Football): Eddie Baily
Footballer (Association Football): Freddie King
Presenter (Association Football): Jimmy Jewell
Dancer (Skipping or Rope Dancing): Olive Newson
Item presenter (Monte Carlo Rally): Raymond Baxter
Presenter: Max Robertson
Producer: Berkeley Smith

: An Evening at Home with Bernard Braden and Barbara Kelly

Hester Paton-Brown, George Benson

Contributors

Bernard: Bernard Braden
Barbara: Barbara Kelly
Neighbour: Hester Paton-Brown
Neighbour: George Benson
Script: Bernard Braden
Script: Barbara Kelly Settings: Stephen Taylor
Producer: Leslie Jackson

: Born with the Century


Written and produced by Caryl Doncaster.
The first fifty years of the twentieth century seen through the eyes of Mrs. Harris, of Bermondsey, born when the bells were ringing in 1901.

Contributors

Writer/producer: Caryl Doncaster

: News

(sound only)








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