In the chair, Kenneth Horne and Josephine Douglas, Carole Carr, Bruce Seton,
David Tomlinson finding the links between the challengers.
Special investigators, Pauline Forrester and Larry Forrester
Countries taking part in the European television programme exchange have each made a film about one of their principal cities.
This film, entitled "Une Ville Qu'on Appelle Paris", is the contribution of the French Television Service.
Sir Claude Mulhammer:
Lady Elizabeth Mulhammer:
A programme of light Italian music.
Introduced by Alec Robertson.
Gianna D'Angelo (soprano), Fernanda Cadoni (mezzo-soprano), Juan Oncina (tenor), Sesto Bruscantini (baritone), Jani Strasser (piano)
(The Italian Opera Quartet appears by permission of Glyndebourne Opera)
Many viewers will remember a lively recital by the Italian Opera Quartet which was televised in September 1953. There has been one change since then: Gianna D'Angelo (soprano) replaces Aida Nonni. Three of the singers (Fernanda Cadoni, mezzo-soprano, is the only exception) appear in the Glyndebourne production of "The Barber of Seville" which will be televised on Friday.
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