The Sky by Night
J.G. Porter gives the second of three talks on looking at the stars.
The last of a series of programmes on soccer, In which Ron Burgess (Wales and Tottenham Hotspur), Eddy Baily (England and Tottenham Hotspur), Leslie Compton (England and Arsenal) and Freddie Cox (Arsenal) give some more expert advice.
Looking at Birds
In the first of a new series of programmes 'Fish-Hawk' shows you how to recognise all kinds of birds and keep a novel record of them.
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Professor E.N. da C. Andrade, F.R.S., reconstructs some of the early experiments that resulted in the discovery of the electron, and describes how this led to the development of the X-ray apparatus and the television tube.
Professor E. N. Da C.
An entertainment magazine.
Introduced by McDonald Hobley with Lind Joyce.
Ronnie Waldman's Puzzle Corner
including the deliberate mistake and introducing
A musical medley.
This week's Viewer Competitor from Dundee, Scotland.
[with] Gary Miller, Donald Scott
Apples a Pound Pears: 4: It's not Cricket
John Slater tells his story.
Viewers who live in Dundee, Scotland, are invited to place this issue of Radio Times in their windows by noon today if they wish to offer themselves as the competitor in tonight's 'Puzzle Corner'.
(John Slater is appearing in 'Reluctant Heroes' at the Whitehall Theatre, London)
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Singer (Which Year?):
Singer (Which Year?):
Storyteller (Apples a Pound Pears):
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