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: The State Visit to Scotland State Procession to St. Giles' Cathedral

11.0 National Service of Thanksgiving and Dedication

See panel and 'Television Diary'

(to 12.15)

: The Lawn Tennis Championships

From Wimbledon.

Contributors

Commentator: F. H. Grisewood
Commentator: Dan Maskell

: Watch with Mother: The Flowerpot Men

For the very young.
(A BBC television film)

: The Lawn Tennis Championships

From Wimbledon.
(continued)

: Children's Television

Meet the Penguins: 2: Bobo Rolls Away
by Josephine Smith Wright.

The Diamond Ring
An adventure film.
[Starring] Ruff 'n Reddy

Travel Story: 2: West Africa

Contributors

Writer (Meet the Penguins): Josephine Smith Wright
Drawings (Meet the Penguins): Bill Hooper
Animations (Meet the Penguins): Lionel Pearce

: The Lawn Tennis Championships

From Wimbledon
(continued)
(to 19.30)

: Newsreel

: Our Quest for the Ashes

On the eve of the Second Test Match between England and Australia viewers are invited to inspect the wicket with Ronald Aird, Secretary of the M.C.C.
Then Brian Johnston talks to past Test players R. W. V. Robins of England, and W. A. Oldfield of Australia, about the prospects for the match.
From Lord's Cricket Ground.

Contributors

Speaker: Ronald Aird
Interviewer: Brian Johnston
Interviewee: R. W. V. Robins
Interviewee: W. A. Oldfield

: What's New?

A revue with a topical flavour with Brenda Bruce, Graham Payn, Vida Hope, Wallas Eaton, Louise Howard, Benny Lee, Hermene French, Peter Croft.

Contributors

Performer: Brenda Bruce
Singer: Graham Payn
Performer: Vida Hope
Performer: Wallas Eaton
Performer: Louise Howard
Singer: Benny Lee
Performer: Hermene French
Performer: Peter Croft
Orchestra under the direction of: Malcolm Lockyer
Script: Peter Myers
Script: Alec Grahame
Script: David Climie
Music: John Pritchett
Music: Ronald Cass
Music: Norman Dannatt
Editor: Sid Colin
Decor: John Cooper
Choreography and ensembles: William Chappell
Producer: Bill Ward

: Inventors' Club

The latest inventions submitted will be assessed by the Club's technical adviser, Geoffrey Boumphrey, assisted by John Gilbert.
The inventors are introduced by the Organiser, Leslie Hardern, to whom all specifications and drawings should be sent c/o Inventors' Club, [address removed]

Contributors

Technical adviser: Geoffrey Boumphrey
Assisted by: John Gilbert
Organiser/presenter: Leslie Hardern

: Wednesday Theatre: Holiday in Biarritz

by Jean Sarment.
Translated by Emanuel Wax.
[Starring] James Hayter and Louise Hampton
The scene: A small wayside station in the middle of France.

Contributors

Author: Jean Sarment
Translated by: Emanuel Wax
Producer: Barbara Burnham
Georges Duporot, the stationmaster: James Hayter
Madame Dupont: Louise Hampton
Charles: Desmond Jordan
Therese: Mairhi Russell
M. Mazureau: James Thomason
Toufanel: Meadows White
Philibent: Alex McCrindle

: Today on the Centre Court

A BBC television film of seme of the highlights of today's play at Wimbledon.

: The State Visit to Scotland

A BBC telerecording of part of this morning's broadcast.

: Weather Forecast and News

(sound only)








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