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: The Border Patrolman

George O'Brien plays the leading part in this American film. He is employed by the rich grandfather of a pretty but spoilt girl to prevent her getting into mischief-and finds it a tough assignment.
(to 16.10)

Contributors

Bob Wallace: George O'Brien

: For the Children: The Rock River Renegades

In this adventure film the Marshal has nothing but trouble from a gang of outlaws, but the Rangebusters come to the help of their old friend.
(to 18.00)

: Ballet for Beginners: 6: Ballet Workshop

The last in a series of programmes devised for those viewers who would like to know more about the art of ballet.

A recapitulation of previous programmes, and a short account of the various elements that go into the production of a ballet.
with Domini Callaghan, Margarita Tate, Sonya Hana, Yvonne Cartier, Hazel Wiscombe, Marjorie Woodhams, Michel de Lutry, David Blair, David Poole
The Ballet "Soiree Musicale" (in the repertoire of the Rambert Ballet) specially re-created for this programme by Peggy van Praagh.
The minuet sequence danced by Belinda Quirey.
Hugh Stevenson discusses the work of the designer, and Antony Hopkins that of the composer.
The explanations are by Felicity Gray, who also wrote the script.
At the piano, Tom McCall
(David Blair and David Poole appear by permission of the Governors of Sadler's Wells)

Contributors

Dancer: Domini Callaghan
Dancer: Margarita Tate
Dancer: Sonya Hana
Dancer: Yvonne Cartier
Dancer: Hazel Wiscombe
Dancer: Marjorie Woodhams
Dancer: Michel de Lutry
Dancer: David Blair
Dancer: David Poole
Ballet re-created by: Peggy Van Praagh
Dancer: Belinda Quirey
Speaker: Hugh Stevenson
Speaker: Antony Hopkins
Commentary/Script: Felicity Gray
Orchestra conducted by: Eric Robinson
Pianist: Tom McCall
Producer: Philip Bate

: Explorers of the Depths

The North Sea is being over-fished and this has been responsible for scientific research into such questions of just how much fish can be taken from the sea and where the best catches are to be found. This short film shows how marine scientists are endeavouring to make the fish harvests more plentiful.

: Take It Easy

Thirty minutes of restful entertainment in the lighthearted vein with Colin Gordon, Alvys Maben and guest artists.

Contributors

Performer: Colin Gordon
Performer: Alvys Maben
Scriptwriter: Godfrey Harrison
Producer: Ian Carmichael

: News

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