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: Cricket: England v. Pakistan: Fourth Test Match

The first of three visits to the Oval to see play on the second day of the match.
(to 13.30)

Contributors

Commentator: Brian Johnston
Commentator: E. W. Swanton
Presented by: Antony Craxton

: Children's Television

For Older Children: The Cisco Kid
More adventures in this exciting series.

Cricket: England v. Pakistan
A commentary for children by Brian Johnston from the Oval.

Contributors

Commentator (Cricket): Brian Johnston

: Today at the Oval

A summary of the second day's play by E. W. Swanton.
(to 18.40)

Contributors

Summariser: E. W. Swanton

: News and Newsreel

including Weather Report

: The Grove Family: Going Away

by Michael Pertwee.

Contributors

Writer: Michael Pertwee
Editor: Roland Pertwee
Producer: John Warrington
Mr. Grove: Edward Evans
Mrs. Grove: Ruth Dunning
Pat: Sheila Sweet
Jack: Peter Bryant
Daphne: Margaret Downs
Lennie: Christopher Beeny
Grandma: Nancy Roberts
Frank Turner: John Satew
Hilda Jones: Nan Braunton

: The World is Ours: 3: The Wealth of the Waters


Written by Martin Chisholm.
A series of documentary programmes on world problems that are the urgent concern of the United Nations.
Produced in co-operation with the Specialised Agencies and Film Division of the United Nations

Contributors

Writer: Martin Chisholm
Narrator: James McKechnie
Film sequences edited by: Ian Callaway

: Time for Dancing

from the Winter Gardens Pavilion, Weston-super-Mare.
Introduced by Jimmy Young.
Waltz Demonstrations:
Modern:
Bill Legg and Ann Legg
Old Time:
George Maisey and Phyllis Elston
Viennese:
Trevor and Pat Schofield
Formation Dancing:
The Bristol Modern Formation Team trained by Leslie Smith and Eve Smith
v. The Weston-super-Mare Modern Formation Team trained by Trevor Schofield and Pat Schofield
Dance competition:
Amateur Slow Foxtrot Final
Cabaret: Lee and Helda for modern dancing
Trevor Brookes and his Orchestra for old time dancing
George Locke and his Edwardians

Contributors

Presenter: Jimmy Young
Dancer (Waltz Demonstrations - Modern): Bill Legg
Dancer (Waltz Demonstrations - Modern): Ann Legg
Dancer (Waltz Demonstrations - Old Time): George Maisey
Dancer (Waltz Demonstrations - Old Time): Phyllis Elston
Dancer (Waltz Demonstrations - Viennese)/trainer (Formation Dancing)/Programme of dances devised by: Trevor Schofield
Dancer (Waltz Demonstrations - Viennese)/trainer (Formation Dancing)/Programme of dances devised by: Pat Schofield
Formation dancers: The Bristol Modern Formation Team
Formation dancers: The Weston-super-Mare Modern Formation Team
Trainer (Formation Dancing): Leslie Smith
Trainer (Formation Dancing): Eve Smith
Dancers (modern dancing): Lee and Helda
Musicians (old time dancing): Trevor Brookes and his Orchestra
Musicians: George Locke and his Edwardians
Presented by: Duncan Wood

: Viewfinder

Illustrated reports by Aidan Crawley on World Affairs.

Contributors

Reporter: Aidan Crawley
Producer: James Bredin

: The British Empire and Commonwealth Games

A telerecording presented by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

: News

(sound only)








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