Written and produced by John Read.
In this film made specially for television, Henry Moore is shown at work on the bronze figure, commissioned by the Arts Council, which was one of the show-pieces of the Festival of Britain The film also follows Moore's career from his days as an art student to his present position as one of the best-known living sculptors.
(A BBC telerecording of the broadcast on February 5)
Edited and produced by:
For the Very Young
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Peter Hawkins speaks the voices
Maria Bird writes the songs and music
(A BBC Television Film)
Fun and Games
[Starring] Sandy Sandford
Winifred Hunter at the piano
Rugger, Rhyme, and Reason
With the help of boys from King's College School, Wimbledon, Cyril Gadney and Peter West illustrate some do's and don'ts of Rugby Football at the Athletic Ground, Richmond.
(A BBC Telerecording)
[Starring] Peter Butterworth
Entertainer (Fun and Games):
Pianist (Fun and Games):
Referee (Rugger, Rhyme and Reason):
Presenter (Rugger, Rhyme and Reason):
Comedian (Peter's Troubles):
A series of true stories from a surgeon's casebook by George Sava.
"It is for the fascinating personality and unusual atmosphere that I regard this case as worthy of something more than my own private thoughts or a cold entry in my casebook..."
Henry Hall invites you to Face the Music to listen to melodies and songs old and new, and to meet famous and unknown artists and interesting personalities of his acquaintance including: Jack Hulbert and Cicely Courtneidge, Elisabeth Welch, Sally Barnes, Ian Wallace, Jimmy Paige, The Keynotes, Michel de Lutry, Domini Callaghan, Bobby Beaumont.
(Under the auspices of the Amateur Boxing Association)
Some of the bouts in this international match from the Royal Albert Hall, London.
A fortnightly topical magazine.
Introduced by Max Robertson.