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: Dangerous Lady

Rivalry between a private detective (Neil Hamilton) and a Detective-Sergeant (Douglas Fowley) in the regular Police Force, is the theme of this American film.
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Duke Martindel: Neil Hamilton
Police Sgt. Brent: Douglas Fowley

: Children's Television: Tanglewood Story

This film shows the late Serge Koussevitzky conducting the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Contributors

Musicians: The Boston Symphony Orchestra
[Orchestra] conductor: Serge Koussevitzky

: Children's Television: Fighting with Kit Carson: 6: Secret of Iron Mountain

Another chapter in this adventure serial film.
(to 18.05)

: Pet's Parlour

[Starring] Petula Clark
(Petula Clark appears by permission of the J. Arthur Rank Organisation)

Contributors

Singer: Petula Clark

: World Survey: The Home Front: 4: Can we pay our way?

Film sequences by the Television Film Unit.

Contributors

Commentator: Graham Hutton
Animations: Alfred Wurmser
Producer: Norman Swallow

: Come Dancing

from the Lyceum Ballroom, London.
(by permission of Mecca Dancing)
The third in a series of visits to ballrooms in London, Birmingham, and Manchester.

Regional Dancing Competition
Round Three in a special dancing match between the North, Midlands, and South.
The score so far:
South 6 points
North 4 points
Midlands 2 points

One Lesson and Dance - 3
Jack Binks and Joan Somerville teach the first steps in the quickstep.

Make Mine Country Style: Square Dance Challenge Match
Viewers are invited to spot the winner in a square dancing challenge match between the Hoe Downers (caller, David Miller), and the Butlin Northern team of American Square Dancers (caller, Al Harris).
Music provided by Phil Cardew's Corn Husker Trio

Old Time Formation Dancing
A demonstration by the Madame Enderby Old Tyme Formation Dancing Team from Leeds.

Music for dancing by Oscar Rabin and his Band
Master of Ceremonies, Leslie Mitchell

Contributors

Dancer (One Lesson and Dance): Jack Binks
Dancer (One Lesson and Dance): Joan Somerville
Caller (Make Mine Country Style: Hoe Downers): David Miller
Caller (Make Mine Country Style: Butlin Northern team of American Square Dancers): Al Harris
Musicians (Make Mine Country Style): Phil Cardew's Corn Husker Trio
Dancers (Old Time Formation Dancing): Madame Enderby Old Tyme Formation Dancing Team
Musicians: Oscar Rabin and his Band
Master of Ceremonies: Leslie Mitchell
Presented for television by: Aubrey Singer

: What's My Line?

A 'beat-the-panel' entertainment devised by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman.
Marghanita Laski, Jimmy Edwards, Elizabeth Allan, Richard Dimbleby and Eamonn Andrews to see fair play.

('What's My Line?' is televised by arrangement with the Columbia Broadcasting System and Maurice Winnick)

Contributors

Panellist: Marghanita Laski
Panellist: Jimmy Edwards
Panellist: Elizabeth Allan
Panellist: Richard Dimbleby
Chairman: Eamonn Andrews
Devised by: Mark Goodson
Devised by: Bill Todman
Presented by: T. Leslie Jackson








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