Introduced by Andrea Troubridge.
I'd Like You to Meet....: Dora Bryan
Kate Don advises on the care of the skin.
Point of View
Douglas Duff offers his reflection on a discovery he has just made.
A Christmas scene presented by members of a Townswomen's Guild.
Speaker (I'd Like You to Meet....):
Item presenter (Good Looks):
Speaker (Point of View):
Stories of the Piano: 4: Modern Composers
Told by Sidney Harrison.
Sandy Sandford with some Christmas Fun and Games
At the piano, Winifred Hunter
The last of three programmes, illustrated with film, in which Ross Salmon describes a journey up the Magdalena River in South America.
Presenter/pianist (Stories of the Piano):
Presenter (Fun and Games):
Pianist (Fun and Games):
Presenter (River Boat):
Written by Peter Hunt.
A documentary programme.
Introduced by Richard Dimbleby.
See page 15
Edited and produced by:
Film sequences directed by:
By Ted Allan.
Adapted for television by Ted Allan and Alvin Rakoff.
A fable for Christmas and the other three hundred and sixty-four days of the year.
Willie the Squouse is played by the camera.
The action of the play takes place in a state of mind called Dollarica. Time is ever present.
Willie's harmonica played by:
An expedition, jointly sponsored by the London Zoo and the Television Service, has just returned from three months' filming and collecting rare birds and animals in the West African forest.
In this, the first of six programmes. Jack Lester, leader of the expedition and Curator of the Zoo's Reptile House, brings some of these animals to the studio, and with the aid of film tells the story of their capture.
Produced by David Attenborough who took part in the expedition and writes on page 6
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with Peter Martyn in the chair and Josephine Douglas, Moira Lister, Kenneth Horne and Peter Noble finding the links between the challengers.
Special investigators, Pauline Forrester and Larry Forrester