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: For Women: Leisure and Pleasure

Introduced by Avis Scott.

I'd Like You to Meet...
Lady Pamela Berry, President of the Incorporated Society of Fashion Designers

Amateur Players
Joan Henley introduces the first in a series on amateur dramatics, with a one-act play by the Octave Theatre Club.

Fashion Report on the French Textile Exhibition

Music
Antony Hopkins plays the piano.

Contributors

Presenter: Avis Scott
Speaker (I'd Like You to Meet...): Lady Pamela Berry
Item presenter (Amateur Players): Joan Henley
Pianist (Music): Antony Hopkins
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

: Children's Television: Heidi Grows Up: 2: Home Again

A serial in six parts from the story by Charles Tritton.
Adapted for television and produced by Joy Harington.
Film sequences taken at Scuol Tarasp Vulpera, Switzerland
(to 17.30)

Contributors

Author: Charles Tritton
Adapter/producer: Joy Harington
Designer: Donald Horne
Jamy: Rosemary Giles
Heidi: Julia Lockwood
Peter: William Simons
Grandfather: Roger Maxwell
Gerard: Robin Dowell

: Tall Story Club

Robert MacDermot endeavours to control the imaginations of a panel of storytellers.

Contributors

Chairman: Robert MacDermot
Presented by: Ernest Maxin

: The Face of Love


by Ian Dallas.
A modern tragedy.
The action takes place in present-day Troy.
at 8.15
Michael Barry writes on page 16

Contributors

Writer: Ian Dallas
Producer: Alvin Rakoff
Designer: Richard Wilmot
Cressida, a Trojan widow: Mary Morris
Hector: Hugh Sinclair
Troilus: Laurence Payne
Aeneas: John Breslin
Paris: Brian Worth
Pandarus, a Trojan statesman: Maurice Colbourne
Mardian, a Trojan diplomat: Peter Cushing
Helen: Joan Miller
Phynia: Eileen Peel
Phyllida: Brigid Lenihan
Philomena: Janet Butler
Philo, a Trojan sergeant: George Rose
Philo's wife: Nuna Davey
Philo's son: Kit Terrington
A Child: Roy Grant
Alex: Donald Pleasence
Aidos: John Charlesworth
Corporal: Leonard Williams
Agamemnon, a Grecian general: Paul Whitsun-Jones
Ajax, a Grecian commander: Alan Tilvern
Diomedes, a Grecian officer: Ronald Lewis

: On the Job

Johnny Morris, in his own kind of one-man show, sketches a day he spent in the life of someone else.
See page 15

Contributors

Performer: Johnny Morris
Presented by: Desmond Hawkins

: Horse of the Year Show: The Beaufort Stakes

Some of the concluding stages of an international jumping competition.
From Harringay Arena, London

Contributors

Commentator: Bill Allenby
Commentator: Dorian Williams
Presented by: Bill Duncalf

: News

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