Introduced by Andrea Troubridge.
Joyce Redman interviewed by Patricia Brent.
Stella Coe shows Japanese flower arrangements and explains some of the principles learned during her apprenticeship in Japan.
New Interests: Tracing your Family Tree
John Newsom reports on the opening of the hundredth new school in Hertfordshire.
Interviewee (Success Story):
Interviewer (Success Story):
Item presenter (Flower Arrangements):
Reporter (School Celebration):
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
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
(A BBC Television Film)
Narrator/Script, music and settings:
A serial in six parts by Eileen Blackburn based on the story by Louisa M. Alcott.
Adapted and produced by Pamela Brown.
The action of this episode takes place in 1850, in Northern Italy and in Nice.
(Walter Horsbrugh is appearing in "Witness for the Prosecution" at the Winter Garden Theatre, London)
Based on the story by:
Count's little girl:
A Canadian play by Ted Allan.
Tonight's play at 7.45
David is a bright boy. His father, who is a doctor, thinks so. His grandfather also thinks so. In fact, Grandfather Zaida thinks he is exceptionally bright - and is determined to bring him up in the orthodox Jewish tradition. David's father, on the other hand, simply wants him to be a Canadian.
Here is the conflict - acerbated by the fact that Zaida continues to carry on his business as rag-and-bottle merchant for which he needs the ancient horse he keeps in the stable adjoining the house-despite the neighbours' protests.
Old Man One:
Old Man Two:
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 and Larry Forrester
The story of the recent expedition to the forests of West Africa, in search of rare birds and animals, described by Jack Lester of the London Zoo, and David Attenborough.
The atomic age is only a few years old but already world trade in a wide variety of radioactive materials has begun.
The United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority invites you to their Radiochemical Centre at Amersham where a new industry is growing.
Edward R. Murrow interviews Lily Pons.
(Telerecording by arrangement with Columbia Broadcasting System)