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: About the Home

Practical help for the housewife.
Presented by Joan Gilbert.

Discussion: 3 - Gas and Electric Fires
Joan Robins acts as chairman in a discussion on topics of special interest to women.

Long and Short
A display of fashions arranged by Bettie Spurling in conjunction with the Short Women's Association and the Tall Women's Association.

Home Nursing - 2
A doctor of the Red Cross Society, with the help of a member of the Casualties Union, demonstrates the care of patients with chest complaints.

Contributors

Presenter: Joan Gilbert
Chairman (Discussion): Joan Robins
Display arranger (Long and Short): Bettie Spurling
Edited and produced by: S. E. Reynolds

: For the Very Young: Andy Pandy

Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your small children.
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
(A BBC film)
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Narrator/script, music and settings: Maria Bird
Singer: Gladys Whitred
Puppeteer: Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer: Molly Gibson

: Children's Television

The Scottish Children's Theatre presents a programme of nursery rhymes, mime and short plays.
From the St. Andrew's Halls, Glasgow.
A special television performance to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Scottish Children's Theatre.

Followed by:
Florentine Bronze
Third in the series of plays about artists in Florence four hundred years ago, by C.E. Webber.
[Starring] John Slater as Benvenuto Cellini
(Second performance: next Sunday)

(to 18.35)

Contributors

Writer (Florentine Bronze): C. E. Webber
Design (Florentine Bronze): Lawrence Broadhouse
Production (Florentine Bronze): Rex Tucker
Rossi: David Spenser
Marco: Leslie Crowther
Luciana: Andrea Lea
Benvenuto Cellini: John Slater
Duke of Florence: Max Brimmell
Baccio Bandinelli: Oliver Burt
Francesco: Douglas Blackwell

: Amateur Boxing: Scottish Western District Championships

A visit to St. Andrew's Halls, Glasgow, to see the first half of the tournament.
(Kirk o' Shotts only)

Contributors

Commentator: Malcolm Turner
Commentator: John Blair

: The Merry Wives of Windsor

by William Shakespeare.

Contributors

Writer: William Shakespeare

: Interlude

: Newsreel

: Animal? Vegetable? Mineral?

Experts are challenged to identify various objects chosen from museums and art galleries.
The Experts:
Thomas Bodkin, Until recently Barber Professor of Fine Arts and Director of the Barber Institute in the University of Birmingham.
Adrian Digby, Deputy Keeper of Ethnography, the British Museum.
v. The Challenger:
The Brighton Museum

Contributors

Expert: Thomas Bodkin
Expert: Adrian Digby
Presented by: Paul Johnstone

: The Conductor Speaks

Sir John Barbirolli with the Halle Orchestra
(Leader, Laurance Turner)
The items include:
Sir John Barbirolli introduces and conducts the items, and talks about musical matters from the conductor's point of view.
From the Free Trade Hall, Manchester.
See 'Talk of the Week'

Contributors

[Orchestra] conductor/presenter: Sir John Barbirolli
Musicians: The Halle Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: Laurance Turner
Producer: Philip Bate

: Weather Forecast and News


(sound only)
(Not Kirk o' Shotts)

: Amateur Boxing

A second visit to the Scottish Western District Championships at St. Andrew's Halls, Glasgow.
(Kirk o' Shotts only)

: News

(sound only)
(to 23.15)








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