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: Family Affairs

For Older Women
Introduced by Olive Shapley.

Family Relationships
Anne Cuthbert discusses grandmother's place in the home.

Monologues
Christine Silver recalls the early days of broadcasting at Savoy Hill.

Beauty Care
Evelyn Forbes suggests hair styles and skin care for older women.

Health
A doctor advises on keeping fit in later years.

Contributors

Presenter: Olive Shapley
Item presenter (Family Relationships): Anne Cuthbert
Monologist (Monologues): Christine Silver
Item presenter (Beauty Care): Evelyn Forbes
Item presenter (Health): A doctor [name uncredited]
Arranged by: Julia Bull
Producer: S. E. Reynolds

: In Town Tonight

(A BBC telerecording of last Saturday's broadcast)

Contributors

Edited and produced by: Peter Duncan

: Watch with Mother: The Flowerpot Men

(A BBC Television Film)
(to 16.15)

: Children's Television

Stake and Puddy
The adventures of two cats drawn by Tim.

Room for Music
Steve Race with Joe Muddel, Geoff Lofts and a guest artist.

Wednesday Magazine (Suitable for deaf children)
Introduced by Mary Malcolm.
Results of the Bundle of Firewood Competition set by Patricia Matthews
Ravel with Daisy the Cow
Gerald Mackenzie decorates Easter eggs
'Fish-Hawk'

Contributors

Artist (Stake and Puddy): Tim (William Timym)
Pianist (Room for Music): Steve Race
Bassist (Room for Music): Joe Muddel
Drummer (Room for Music): Geoff Lofts
Presenter (Wednesday Magazine): Mary Malcolm
Announcer (Wednesday Magazine): Patricia Matthews
Maker (Wednesday Magazine): Gerald Mackenzie
Illustrator (Wednesday Magazine): 'Fish-Hawk'

: A visit to St. David's Cathedral

Hywel Davies, with the help of television cameras, takes viewers on a pilgrimage to the Cathedral of St. David-one of the oldest shrines in Great Britain-where the relics of the patron saint of Wales are preserved.
(A BBC telerecording of the broadcast on March 1)
(Wenvoe, Holme Moss and Sutton Coldfield only)
(to 19.15)

Contributors

Presenter: Hywel Davies
Organist: Peter Boorman
Script: Harry Green
Presented by: David J. Thomas

: Fabian of Scotland Yard: Lost Boy

Another film in this detection series.
[Starring] Bruce Seton

Contributors

Inspector Robert Fabian: Bruce Seton

: At Home in the Zoo

Gerald Iles invites a special guest to visit him at Belle Vue, Manchester, and meet some of the animals who are at home in the zoo.

Contributors

Presenter: Gerald Iles

: Party Political Broadcast on behalf of the Conservative Party: New Plans for Schoolchildren and Teachers

by the Rt. Hon. Sir David Eccles, K.C.V.O., M.P. Minister of Education

Contributors

Speaker: The Rt. Hon. Sir David Eccles

: John Piper

See top of page and page 15

Contributors

Subject: John Piper

: Look at it This Way: The Shores of Britain

Written by Eric Barker.
Eric Barker suggests you might Look at it This Way
with Pearl Hackney, Cameron Hall, Nicholas Parsons, Sheila McCormack, Robin Willett, Carole Carr and guest artists.

Contributors

Writer: Eric Barker
Original music: Stanley Black
Designer: Stewart Marshall
Orchestra directed by: Eric Robinson
Producer: Graeme Muir
Comedian: Eric Barker
[Actress]: Pearl Hackney
[Actor]: Cameron Hall
[Actor]: Nicholas Parsons
[Actress]: Sheila McCormack
[Actor]: Robin Willett
[Actress]: Carole Carr

: Viewfinder

Illustrated reports on world affairs by Aidan Crawley.
The last programme in the present series.

Contributors

Reporter: Aidan Crawley
Film Editor: Leonard Trumm
Producer: James Bredin

: Science Review

A review of scientific films.
(Previously televised on March 22)

Contributors

Producer: Norman MacQueen
Producer: George Noordhof

: News

(sound only)








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