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: One Third of a Nation

Sylvia Sidney in a film drama set in the East side of New York.
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Mary Rogers: Sylvia Sidney

: Children's Television

All About Animals
George Cansdale shows you some more animals.

A Sailor's Yarn: 1: The Cutty Sark
told by Edward Andrewes.

Seeing is Believing: 1 - What do you see?
Hugh David shows that things are not always what they seem.

(to 17.45)

Contributors

Presenter (All About Animals): George Cansdale
Storyteller (A Sailor's Yarn): Edward Andrewes
Presenter (Seeing is Believing): Hugh David

: The Blue Suit

A Tyneside comedy in one act by Ernest A. Bryan.
(Holme Moss, Kirk o' Shotts and Pontop Pike only)
(to 19.15)

Contributors

Writer: Ernest A. Bryan
Producer: Vivian A. Daniels
Director: Barney Colehan
Tom: George Buchan
Mary: Joyce Wright
Mrs Redpath: Sal Sturgeon
Batesy: Edward Frame
Jane: Vi Blench

: Weather Chart

: Special Enquiry: 1: Cyprus

A report for television.

In the past few weeks Cyprus has become a centre of world attention, and Greece's claims to the island are now before the present United Nations General Assembly. What are the facts?

Contributors

Commentator (in London): Robert Reid
Commentator (in Cyprus and Athens): Colin Wills

: Association Football: London v. Manchester

A visit to the Tottenham Hotspur Football Ground to see the last thirty minutes of this annual inter-city schoolboys match.

Contributors

Commentator: Kenneth Wolstenholme
Television presentation: Alan Chivers

: London Town Scrapbook

Stories on film from past editions of 'London Town'.
Commentary by Richard Dimbleby

Contributors

Narrator: Richard Dimbleby
Scripts written by: George Moresby White
Scripts written by: Peter Hunt
Producer: Stephen McCormack

: This is Show Business

Vic Oliver invites you to This is Show Business
featuring leading personalities of the entertainment world.
with Glynis Johns, Donald Sinden, Jean Sablon, Robb Wilton, Harry Locke, Percy Edwards, Laurie Payne, The Pan Yue Yen Troupe, Victor Platt.
The George Mitchell Choir
British Concert Orchestra
(Leader, Reginald Morley)
See page 15

Contributors

Performer: Glynis Johns
Performer: Donald Sinden
Singer: Jean Sablon
Comedian: Robb Wilton
Performer: Harry Locke
Entertainer: Percy Edwards
Performer: Laurie Payne
Acrobatics: The Pan Yue Yen Troupe
Performer: Victor Platt
Dancer: Domini Callaghan
Dancer: Katherine Feather
Dancer: Tom Gillis
Dancer: Sheila Holt
Dancer: Jack Horton
Dancer: Michel de Lutry
Dancer: Eric de Paul
Dancer: Olga Roberts
Singers: The George Mitchell Choir
Musicians: British Concert Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: Reginald Morley
Designer: Michael Yates
Choreography: Hazel Gee
Scriptwriter: Gale Pedrick
Assistant Conductor: Jack Walker
Producer: Bill Ward

: Fashion Spotlight: Costume Jewellery

Introduced by Jacques Sallebert.
See page 15

Contributors

Presenter: Jacques Sallebert
Fashion Adviser: Betty Page
Producer: Stephen McCormack

: News

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