Let's Paint in Oils Competition
Mervyn Levy shows some of the paintings submitted for the competition set on March 3 and presents the winners with their prizes.
A Theatre of Living Toys
An excerpt from Podrecca's Piccoli Theatre, televised from the Television Theatre, London, by arrangement with Jack Hylton and L. Leonidoff.
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A magazine programme for West-Country viewers.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore.
In the Picture
Personalities behind some topical events.
Collectors' Corner: Marquetry
Elwyn Bowen-Jones introduces C. W. West of Southampton.
Around the West Country
Guy Mackarness describes his visit to the village of Mells in North Somerset.
Something in the Air
H.N. Southern talks about the spring bird migrants arriving in the West Country.
You May Like to Meet
A West-Country personality.
Produced by Peter Bale in a BBC West of England studio
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A world of little people.
Vittorio Podrecca's internationally famous Italian marionette revue visits the Television Theatre for a special performance.
This return visit of the Piccoli is in response to the requests of many viewers.
(By arrangement with Jack Hylton and L. Leonidoff)
The story of an adventure by Val Gielgud.
A serial in six parts.
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