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: Newsreels

: Arctic Harvest

A film on trawling in the Arctic.

: Gold Town

An Australian documentary film.
(to 16.15)

: Children's Television

Children's Newsreel

Let's Have a Party at the Children's Hospital, Paddington Green
with Norman Wisdom, Peter Butterworth and Janet Brown, Gilbert Leaney, Al Stevens, John Hewer.
At the piano, Tom McCall
At the drums, Bill Connor

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

(to 17.55)

Contributors

Comedian (Let's Have a Party): Norman Wisdom
Comedian (Let's Have a Party): Peter Butterworth
Comedienne (Let's Have a Party): Janet Brown
Performer (Let's Have a Party): Gilbert Leaney
Performer (Let's Have a Party): Al Stevens
Performer (Let's Have a Party): John Hewer
Pianist (Let's Have a Party): Tom McCall
Drummer (Let's Have a Party): Bill Connor
Producer (Let's Have a Party): Alan Chivers

: Weather Chart

: Newsreel

: Teleclub

A fortnightly magazine for the under-twenty-ones.
Your host, Benny Lee
Assisted by Jean Aubrey and Members of the Club.
Guests: Lita Roza, Valentine Dyall, Peter Glover
Modern music by the Teleclub All-Stars under the direction of Steve Race.
Freddy Clayton (trumpet), Vic Ash (clarinet), Don Rendell (tenor), Harry Klein (baritone), Martin Slavin (vibraphone), Joe Muddel (bass), Bill Eyden (drums), Steve Race (piano)

Contributors

Script: Larry Forrester
Producer: Michael Westmore
Host: Benny Lee
Assisted by: Jean Aubrey
Guest: Lita Roza
Guest: Valentine Dyall
Guest: Peter Glover
Musicians: Teleclub All-Stars
Teleclub All-Stars under the direction of/pianist: Steve Race
Trumpeter: Freddy Clayton
Clarinetist: Vic Ash
Tenor: Don Rendell
Baritone: Harry Klein
Vibraphonist: Martin Slavin
Bass: Joe Muddel
Drummer: Bill Eyden

: London Town


Written by Peter Hunt and Stephen Hearst.
Introduced by Richard Dimbleby.
A magazine of past and present stories of the world's greatest city.

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Dimbleby
Edited and produced by: Stephen McCormack
Writer: Peter Hunt
Writer: Stephen Hearst
Film sequences directed by: John Rhodes
Cameraman: Edward Lloyd
Studio reconstructions: James Bould

: Three Little Girls in View

featuring The Beverley Sisters.

Contributors

Singers: The Beverley Sisters
Orchestra directed by: Eric Robinson
Producer: Kenneth Carter

: Asian Club

Questions on the problems of living in Britain are put to Sir Compton Mackenzie by Asian visitors to this country.
Chairman, Miss Shakuntala Shrinagesh
Programme arranged by the producers of 'London Calling Asia' and presented for television by James Bred. 'Asian Club' is broadcast each week in the series 'London Calling Asia', one of the many programmes transmitted by the BBC to every part of the world. This round-the-world service began twenty-one years ago and now broadcasts eighty hours of programmes in forty-four languages each day.

Contributors

Panellist: Sir Compton MacKenzie
Chairman: Shakuntala Shrinagesh
Presented for television by: James Bred

: News

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