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: Four Steps in the Clouds

The well-known Italian film directed by Alessandro Blasetti.

The story of a girl who, in order to shield herself from the anger of her parents, persuades a commercial traveller to pose as her husband, but the masquerade does not last long - just four steps in the clouds.
(Italian dialogue; French sub-titles)
(to 16.30)

Contributors

Director: Alessandro Blasetti

: For the Children

Daria Bayan tells an old Russian folk story and sings.

Contributors

Storyteller/singer: Daria Bayan
Presented by: Peter de Francia

: For the Children

Children's Newsreel

5.30 Science in the Orchestra: 1: Hearing the Orchestra
A C.O.I. film in which Muir Mathieson and the London Symphony Orchestra show how the enjoyment of music can be increased by understanding what music is and how it is created.

Contributors

Orchestra conductor (Science in the Orchestra): Muir Mathieson
Musicians (Science in the Orchestra): The London Symphony Orchestra

: For the Children: Children's Art

Susan Brigden, aged 12, and Angela Bacon, aged 14, show examples of their paintings and drawings.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore.

Contributors

Artist: Susan Brigden
Artist: Angela Bacon
Presenter: Cliff Michelmore
Producer: Jill Allgood

: Newsreel

: Open Air Concert: Part 1

from the Royal Military School of Music

A visit to Kneller Hall Twickenham, to see one of the weekly public concerts by the military band of two hundred and fifty students and pupils under their Director of Music Major Meredith Roberts.
Introduced by Wallace Greenslade.

Contributors

Conductor: Major Meredith Roberts
Presenter: Wallace Greenslade
Presented by: Michael Henderson

: Picture Page

A Topical Magazine.
Edited and introduced by Joan Gilbert.

Contributors

Editor/presenter: Joan Gilbert
Producer: S. E. Reynolds

: Open Air Concert: Part 2

Grand Finale of the concert and display of fireworks.

: Enquiry into the Unknown: Telepathy - Is it fact or fake?

A series of programmes by J. Bronowski and Anthony Barnett.
J. Bronowski and Anthony Barnett show some of the methods devised by scientists to investigate the existence of apparently direct communication between mind and mind
The programme includes a demonstration of 'thought transference' by Bayard and Marion.

Contributors

Presenter: J. Bronowski
Presenter: Anthony Barnett
Telepathics: Bayard and Marion
Producer: Andrew Miller Jones

: Weather Forecast and News

(sound only)








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