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: Newsreels

(Previously televised on Wednesday and Thursday)

: Science Review

A review of scientific films.
Sorting seeds; life cycle of an onion; radio power for industrial heating.
(Previously televised on March 27, 1953)

Contributors

Arranged by: Norman MacQueen
Edited and compiled by: George Noordhof

: Books for Everyone

This film shows the various processes in the publication of pocket editions.
(to 16.15)

: Children's Television: For Older Children - Arizona Days

starring Tex Ritter.
An exciting Western film.

Contributors

Tex Malinson: Tex Ritter

: Teledu i Blant: Dechrau Glasu

Rhaglen gan Myfanwy Howell am ddyfodiad y Gwanwyn a'r arwyddion o hynny a welir ym myd natur
Benthyciwyd rhai o'r defnyddiau. a welwch ar y sgrin trwy garedigrwydd yr Amgueddfa Genedlaethol yng Nghaerdydd
Y trefnu a'r cynhyrchu gan
Lorraine Davies
Y telediad yng ngofal
Meurig Jones
(Children's Television)
(Wenvoe, Holme Moss and Sutton Coldfield only)
(to 18.05)

: Joan Gilbert's Diary

Contributors

Presenter/interviewer: Joan Gilbert
Producer: Alan Sleath

: Town Forum

welcomes Visitors from Sweden.
Questions asked by a Solihull audience answered by:
Mrs. Pernilla Tunberger, Woman's Page Editor of the newspaper Dagens Nyheter
Professor F. E. H. Velander, Director of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences
Bertil Kugelberg, Managing Director of the Swedish Employers' Confederation
Valter Aman, A member of the Swedish Parliament and Director of the Swedish Central Organisation of Salaried Employees
Chairman, Denis Morris
In September 1952 'Town Forum' took a team of British speakers to Stockholm. This return visit is televised from Solihull School, Warwickshire.

Contributors

Panellist: Pernilla Tunberger
Panellist: Professor F. E. H. Velander
Panellist: Bertil Kugelberg
Panellist: Valter Aman
Chairman: Denis Morris

: Gymnasts from Denmark

Raymond Baxter at the Royal Albert Hall, London, watches part of a display by men and women of the Sport and Gymnastics Folk High School from Gerlev, Denmark.

Contributors

Presenter: Raymond Baxter

: Oxford Accents

An intimate revue presented by The Experimental Theatre Club in collaboration with The Oxford University Dramatic Society.
From 'The Candlelight Theatre', Oxford.

Contributors

Producer: Ned Sherrin
Directed for television by: Antony Craxton
Commentator: Brian Johnston

: World Without End

A film made for Unesco by Basil Wright and Paul Rotha in Thailand and Mexico.
Words by Rex Warner spoken by Michael Gough.
This film tells what the United Nations and its agencies are doing for ordinary people in two lands 10,000 miles apart.
(Previously televised on August 31, 1953)

Contributors

Film-maker: Basil Wright
Film-maker: Paul Rotha
Music: Elisabeth Lutyens
Music played by: Boyd Neel Orchestra
Orchestra conducted by: John Hollingsworth
Script: Rex Warner
Narrator: Michael Gough

: Alamnac

National facts and figures.
A pictorial service.

: News

(sound only)








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