Introduced by Andrea Troubridge.
Grandmother's Treasures: A. T. Morley Hewitt shows you how to recognise the treasures in your home.
Other People's Jobs: Patricia Burke interviews Pinto Leit, a voluntary helper at the London Zoo.
Dorothy Hogben talks about Mozart.
Modelling: Joan Rodker shows the results of the clay modelling competition.
Postman's Holiday: A story told by Victor Platt.
Item presenter (Grandmother's Treasures):
A. T. Morley
Interviewer (Other People's Jobs):
Interviewee (Other People's Jobs):
Item presenter (Mozart):
Item presenter (Modelling):
Storyteller (Postman's Holiday):
For the Very Young
by Captain Marryat.
Adapted and produced by Douglas Hurn.
Edward rescues Clara Ratcliffe from robbers who kill her father in an attack on their hide-away forest cottage. The intendant, Mr. Heatherstone, revealing that the Cavalier Ratcliffes were his friends, shows signs of having lost faith in the Parliamentary cause. Edward becomes his secretary, to be ready to go to war when the hour comes.
Comedi gan J. O. Francis.
Y cyfieithiad Cymraeg gan Magdalen Morgan.
(Wenvoe, Holme Moss, and Sutton Coldfield only)
Producer/Y cynhyrchu gan:
Dici Bach Dwl:
Jenkins y Cipar:
Esgob Canolbarth Cymru:
Meet some of the broadcasting personalities and see technical developments appearing from tomorrow at the Northern Radio and Television Exhibition, Manchester.
Introduced by Peter Haigh.
(Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield and Pontop Pike only)
Karl Rankl and The Scottish National Orchestra
(Leader, Thomas Mathews)
The programme includes Wagner Prelude to Act 3 (Lohengrin) Good Friday Music (Parsifal) Rankl Fandango and Waltz (Suite for Strings) Wagner Overture: The Mastersingers
Karl Rankl introduces the programme and talks about the music from the conductor's point of view.
From the St. Andrew's Halls, Glasgow
The Scottish National
Written by Peter Hunt.
First of a monthly series of film magazines.
Made in co-operation with the Commonwealth Governments.
Contributions for this edition come from Great Britain, Canada, South Africa, New Zealand, and Australia.
Written for television by Caryl Doncaster.
Twenty-five years ago this week a band of pioneers started an experiment which has profoundly influenced the training of young offenders in the Borstals of today. This is the story of their adventure.
Film sequences shot by A. A. Englander and edited by James Pople.
The BBC acknowledges the co-operation of the Prison Commission
with Leslie Mitchell in the chair and Josephine Douglas, Carole Carr, Kenneth Horne, Peter Noble finding the links between the challengers.
Special investigators, Pauline and Larry Forrester