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: Cavorting Statue

with Cesar Romero, Ann Rutherford and Kristine Millar.
A young author has trouble with his fiancee when a statue comes to life and pursues him.
An American television film.
(Previously televised on July 28)

Contributors

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

: Buried Treasure: Stonehenge

Glyn Daniel, Professor Stuart Piggott, and Richard Atkinson (of Edinburgh University) discuss the light thrown by recent research at Stonehenge on this most famous and mysterious of British ancient monuments.
(A BBC telerecording of the broadcast on July 23)
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Presenter: Glyn Daniel
Guest: Professor Stuart Piggott
Guest: Richard Atkinson
Devised and produced by: Paul Johnstone

: Children's Television

A Sailor's Yarn: 2 - The Liner
told by Edward Andrewes.

Spot the Tune
An easy musical competition introduced by Eric Robinson, with the Allegri String Quartet.
Send your postcards, not later than November 20, to 'Spot the Tune', [address removed]

Sport
Chris Chataway talks to Rex Alston about some of the races in which he has competed this year.

(to 17.45)

Contributors

Storyteller (A Sailor's Yarn): Edward Andrewes
Presenter (Spot the Tune): Eric Robinson
Musicians (Spot the Tune): Allegri String Quartet
Athlete/interviewee (Sport): Chris Chataway
Interviewer (Sport): Rex Alston

: Compass

A Scottish magazine in which the camera swings across Highlands and Lowlands to focus on people and places.
Introduced by John Lindsay.
(Kirk O'Shotts and Glencairn only)
(to 19.15)

Contributors

Presenter: John Lindsay
Editor: Roma Fairley
Producer: Noble M. Wilson

: Weather Chart

: War in the Air: 2: Battle for Britain

Written and produced by John Elliot.
A series of BBC Television films telling the history of air power in the past twenty years.

This film tells the story of the German air attacks on Britain from summer 1940 to spring 1941.

Contributors

Writer/Producer: John Elliot
Series Director: Philip Dorte
Service Adviser: Air Chief Marshal Sir Philip Joubert, K.C.B, C.M.G., D.S.O.
Commentary spoken by: Robert Harris
Commentary spoken by: Reginald Tate
Commentary spoken by: Quentin Reynolds
Commentary spoken by: Ferdy Mayne
Commentary spoken by: Victor Maddern

: I Capture the Castle



A romantic comedy by Dodie Smith.
[Excerpts featuring] the Oldham Repertory Theatre Club

The action of the play takes place in the kitchen of an old house grafted on to the ruins of Godsend Castle, Suffolk, built by Etienne de Godys in 1332. Time: between March and October in the middle nineteen-thirties
A special performance before an invited audience at the Coliseum Theatre, Oldham (by arrangement with the Oldham Repertory Theatre Club)

Contributors

Writer: Dodie Smith
Director: Harry Lomax
Setting: Eric Briers
Television presentation: Barney Colehan
Rose Mortmain: Janet Munro
Topaz Mortmain: Rosina Enright
Thomas Mortmain: Wilfrid Downing
Stephen Colly: Tony Tanner
James Mortmain: Ronald Magill
Miss Marcy: Madeleine Newbury
Simon Cotton: Ronald Richards
Neil Cotton: Philip Whittle
The Vicar: Peter Kennaby
Ivy Stebbins: Anna Gymer
Mrs Cotton: Barbara Ashcroft
Leda Fox-Cotton: Shelagh Wood
Aubrey Fox-Cotton: Keith Marsh

: International Celebrity Recital: Yehudi Menuhin

See top of page and page 13
(This series of recitals is televised by arrangement with Harold Holt, Ltd.

Contributors

Violinist: Yehudi Menuhin

: Garrison Theatre

From the Royal Marines Barracks Eastney, Portsmouth.
Introduced by Jimmy Wheeler.
with The Beverley Sisters, Terry Scott, Joan Rhodes, Ken Morris and Joan Savage.
Trevor Brookes and his Orchestra

Contributors

Presenter: Jimmy Wheeler
Singers: The Beverley Sisters
Comedian: Terry Scott
Performer: Joan Rhodes
Pianist: Ken Morris
Singer: Joan Savage
Musicians: Trevor Brookes and his Orchestra
Producer: Duncan Wood

: Find the Link

with Peter Martyn in the chair and Patricia Cutts, Josephine Douglas, Kenneth Horne, Peter Noble finding the links between the challengers.
Special investigators, Pauline and Larry Forrester

Contributors

Chairman: Peter Martyn
Panellist: Patricia Cutts
Panellist: Josephine Douglas
Panellist: Kenneth Horne
Panellist: Peter Noble
Special investigator: Pauline Forrester
Special investigator: Larry Forrester
Presented by: Ernest Maxin

: News

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