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: Cavorting Statue

with Cesar Romero, Anne Rutherford and Kristine Miller.
A young author has trouble with his fiancee when a beautiful statue comes to life and pursues him.
An American television film.

Contributors

Attorney: Cesar Romero
Attorney's wife: Anne Rutherford
[Actress]: Kristine Miller

: Young Wales

A film of the 1954 Youth Eisteddfod at Bala.

: Watch with Mother: The Flowerpot Men

For the Very Young
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Peter Hawkins speaks the voices
Maria Bird writes the songs and music
(A BBC Television Film)
(to 16.15)

Contributors

Puppeteer: Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer: Molly Gibson
Singer: Gladys Whitred
Voices: Peter Hawkins
Songwriter/music: Maria Bird

: Children's Television

Billy Bean and His Funny Machine
(Programme devised by Chuck Luchsinger and presented by arrangement with Monty Bailey-Watson)

Music
Ethel Bartlett and Rae Robertson (two pianos)

Make a Picture
Ernest Greenwood describes how you can make pictures of things you see.

(to 17.40)

Contributors

Scriptwriter (Billy Bean and His Funny Machine): Tom Twigge
Puppetry (Billy Bean and His Funny Machine): Jane Tyson
Voices (Billy Bean and His Funny Machine): Peter Hawkins
Voices (Billy Bean and His Funny Machine): Ivan Owen
Illustrator (Billy Bean and His Funny Machine): Reginald Jeffryes
Puppet maker (Billy Bean and His Funny Machine): John Wright
Producer (Billy Bean and His Funny Machine): David Boisseau
Programme devised by (Billy Bean and His Funny Machine): Chuck Luchsinger
Pianist (Music): Ethel Bartlett
Pianist (Music): Rae Robertson
Presenter (Making a Picture): Ernest Greenwood

: News and Newsreel

including Weather Report

: The Six Proud Walkers: 3: One is one... and all alone

A television play in six episodes by Donald Wilson.
[Starring] Anne Crawford, Andrew Osborn and Walter Fitzgerald

The Walker gang, organised by Joey Walker, pulled off a daring robbery of a £15,000 diamond necklace. Barrett, the representative of Foucquier's the jewellers, delivered the necklace to Bertie and Sally (disguised as clients from Portugal) at a West-End hotel, and a switch was made with an empty jewel case. But taking the necklace away from the hotel, Willie Walker was knocked down by a car at the entrance to Polly Arden's flat. Polly was actually awaiting delivery of some paste jewellery for a TV appearance that night and assumed that this was it. However Joey happened to be looking in, and saw Polly wearing the stolen necklace; he took a cab to the Shepherd's Bush studios and arrived just in time to see Polly leaving with an old acquaintance, Det.-Insp Roger Stanton.

Contributors

Writer: Donald Wilson
Producer: Leonard Brett
Music composed by: Ray Martin
Designer: John Clements
Polly Arden: Anne Crawford
Det-Insp Roger Stanton: Andrew Osborn
Wally, the stage doorkeeper: Alexander Field
Joey Walker: Walter Fitzgerald
Bertie Walker: Peter Croft
Martha: Lana Morris
Tindall: Robert Webber
Sergeant Quimby: Wilfred Babbage
Barrett: Colin Douglas
Willie Walker: Dan Cunningham
Steve: Jack Hobbs
Manager of Park Avenue Hotel: Alexis de Gallier
Waiter: Philip Bray

: A Dog's Chance

Dog lovers all over the country hold small shows-not for expensive prizes but for enjoyment. Tonight viewers visit a typical show at Reading, Berkshire, judged by Macdonald Daly.

Contributors

Judge: Macdonald Daly
Presented by: Stephen Wade

: Once Upon a Time

A parlour game with Margaret Lockwood in the chair.
Kenneth Horne, Iain MacCormick, Leslie Phillips, Michael Trubshawe, Eric Sykes, David Tomlinson
See page 13

Contributors

Chairman: Margaret Lockwood
Panellist: Kenneth Horne
Panellist: Iain MacCormick
Panellist: Leslie Phillips
Panellist: Michael Trubshawe
Panellist: Eric Sykes
Panellist: David Tomlinson
Presented by: Dicky Leeman

: Road Safety

[Introduced by] Jeanne Heal
An enquiry, with the help of experts, into the causes of accidents to children and in particular why more than a third of child road casualties are under five years old.
See page 13

Contributors

Presenter: Jeanne Heal
Producer: S. E. Reynolds

: Glyndebourne

Gerald Moore talks with Carl Ebert about Glyndebourne and the opera 'Don Giovanni', which is to be televised tomorrow.

Contributors

Presenter: Gerald Moore
Speaker: Carl Ebert
Presented by: Patricia Foy

: News

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