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: Cricket: England v. Pakistan: Second Test Match

Last day's play at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.

Contributors

Commentator: E. W. Swanton
Commentator: Brian Johnston

: The Royal

For Farmers Only
From the Ministry of Agriculture stand Godfrey Baseley introduces some of the latest ideas in the rearing and fattening of livestock, and describes some examples of low-cost cattle shelters.
(to 13.30)

Contributors

Presenter: Godfrey Baseley
Presented by: Dennis Monger

: For Women: Leisure and Pleasure

Introduced by Olive Shapley.

Make the Best of Yourself
Laura McKenning of Barnsley is given advice on a new outfit and a new hair-style.

Bookshelf
Olive Shapley suggests new books and an old favourite for your library list.

Music
Isla Cameron sings to her own guitar accompaniment.

Contributors

Presenter/item presenter (Bookshelf): Olive Shapley
Guest (Making the Best of Yourself): Laura McKenning
Singer/guitarist (Music): Isla Cameron
Producer: Jacqueline Kennish

: Watch with Mother: Andy Pandy

For the Very Young
Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your small children and invites them to join in songs and games.
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Julia Williams sings the songs
(A BBC Television Film)
(to 16.15)

Contributors

Narrator/script, music and settings: Maria Bird
Puppeteer: Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer: Molly Gibson
Singer: Julia Williams

: Cricket: England v. Pakistan

A further visit to Trent Bridge.

: Children's Television: The Gentle Falcon: 4: A Strange Tournament

A serial in seven parts.
Adapted for television by Hilda Lewis from her book of the same name.
The action takes place at Westminster, Coventry, and Windsor.
Time: 1395-1399

Contributors

Author/adapter: Hilda Lewis
Producer: Dorothea Brooking
Designer: Eileen Diss
Isabella, grown up: Glen Alyn
Madame de Coucy: Margaret Gordon
Henry Bolingbroke, Duke of Hereford: Michael Bird
Jehanne: Barbara Denney
Gilles Cobham: Patrick Horgan
Isabella, as a girl: Victoria Nolan
First Courtier: Peter Burton
Second Courtier: David Waller
Thomas Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk: Desmond Llewellyn
King Richard II: Dennis Edwards
Queen Isobelle: Christine Edmonds
Constable of England: Peter Grisewood
Herald: Joseph Wise
Herald: John Baker
Other parts played by: Godfrey Bond
Other parts played by: Philip Clive
Other parts played by: Donald Hodson
Other parts played by: Robert Irvine
Other parts played by: John Marshall
Other parts played by: Joan Mason
Other parts played by: James Raglan
Other parts played by: Virginia Shipton

: Cricket: England v. Pakistan

A further visit to Trent Bridge.

: Cricket: England v. Pakistan

An analysis of the match.

: News and Newsreel

including Weather Report

: Bowls

From the Paddington Bowling Club.
The final two ends of a match between Leicester Bowling Club and Paddington Bowling Club.

Contributors

Commentator: Alun Williams
Presented by: Dafydd Gruffydd

: Knock

or The Triumph of Medicine
by Jules Romains.
Translated from the French by Robert Kemp.
The action takes place in Scotland, at a wayside station; in Dr. Macfarlane's old consulting room; and at the Crosskeys Hotel, Kilringen, in the year 1924.

Dr. Knock has been sold a pup. He has bought Dr. Macfarlane's practice at Kilringen and speedily he discovers that it is a practice as shaky as the ancient and temperamental car in which he is being taken, spasmodically, to his new domain. Briefly, there are no patients: the inhabitants are disgustingly healthy and not given to seeking a doctor's aid.
But Dr. Knock is resourceful-and he has a method so startling as to be unique. By employing it he is sure that he can turn a barren practice into a doctor's Eldorado. The age of medicine, to use his own words, can now begin.

Contributors

Author: Jules Romains
Translated by: Robert Kemp
Producer: Campbell Logan
Director: James Crampsey
Designer: Stewart Marshall
Dr Knock: Moultrie R Kelsall
Dr Macfarlane: George Davies
Mr Macclusky, the chemist: Paul Curran
Mr Bernard, the schoolmaster: David Mowat
The bellman: Lea Ashton
First lad of the village: John Cairney
Second lad of the village: Andrew Stewart
Skippy the hotel porter: James Sutherland
John , the chauffeur: Michael Elder
Mrs Macfarlane: Jean Taylor Smith
Mrs Rainy, proprietress of the hotel: Madeleine Christie
Farmer's wife: Louise McLaren
Lady Strathbirnam: Maud Risdon
The maidservant: Mary Walton

: Ask Your Dad

A general knowledge game for the family with Gilbert Harding in the chair.

Contributors

Chairman: Gilbert Harding

: Walter Sickert


Written and directed by John Read.
A BBC film showing how this British artist found his subjects in Bath, Venice, and Dieppe, as well as in the daily lives of the people of London.
Produced in association with the Arts Council of Great Britain, and the Educational Television and Radio Centre of the United States of America
(Previously shown on June 7)

Contributors

Writer/director: John Read
Cameraman: Edward Lloyd
Editor: Jack Elliott
Narrator: Robert Reid

: News

(sound only)








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