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: Weekly Review

A film record of the week's News and Newsreels.

: Concert Hour

Visit to Bristol of the BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard)
Conductor, Sir Malcolm Sargent
Louis Kentner (piano)
The National Anthem
From the Colston Hall.

Contributors

Musicians: BBC Symphony Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: Paul Beard
[Orchestra] conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent
Pianist: Louis Kentner
Presented by: Nicholas Crocker

: I Married Joan

[Starring] Joan Davis
In this film the Judge plans to attend a college reunion but Joan has other ideas when she realises that 'old girls' will also be there.

Contributors

Joan Stevens: Joan Davis

: The Brains Trust

meets every Sunday afternoon to answer questions sent by viewers.
The members this week are: John Betjeman, Marghanita Laski, Professor M. Polanyi, F.R.S., Lady Violet Bonham Carter, D.B.E.
Question-Master, Hugh Ross Williamson
Questions should be addressed to: "The Brains Trust", [address removed]

Contributors

Panellist: John Betjeman
Panellist: Marghanita Laski
Panellist: Professor M. Polanyi
Panellist: Lady Violet Bonham Carter
Question-Master: Hugh Ross Williamson
Arranged by: Howard Thomas
Presented by: John Furness

: Children's Television

Sooty: 1: Sooty at School
with Harry Corbett.

Children's Newsreel

The Blakes: Part 3
Adapted for television by Muriel Levy from the book by Alison Wright.
The action takes place on the de Cartney estate and on the road to the south of England.

Sunday at Six
Introduced by the Rev. S. Austen Williams.

Contributors

Puppeteer (Sooty): Harry Corbett
Adapter (The Blakes): Muriel Levy
Author (The Blakes): Alison Wright
Designer (The Blakes): Claude Whatham
Producer (The Blakes): Pamela Brown
Ellen Blake: Betty Woolfe
Jim Blake: Robert Raglan
Bill Blake: Martyn Anderson
Micky Blake: Douglas Hankin
Jean Blake: Anneke Willys
Mrs Parsons: Blanche Fothergill
Mary de Cartney: Geraldine Thorogood
George, a groom: Maxwell Denne
Mr Johnson: Peter Bathurst
Mr Masterman: Kenneth Edwards
Ted Masterman: John Scott
Old gentleman: Frank Foster
Presenter (Sunday at Six): The Rev. S. Austen Williams

: Show Band Show

BBC Show Band Directed by Cyril Stapleton who also introduces tonight's guests, including Ronnie Hilton, The Stargazers, Halama and Konarski, Janie Marden, The Show Band Singers.
First of a series of fortnightly programmes.

Contributors

Musicians: BBC Show Band
[Band] directed by/presenter: Cyril Stapleton
Singer: Ronnie Hilton
Singers: The Stargazers
Dancers: Halama and Konarski
Singer: Janie Marden
Singers: The Show Band Singers
Designer: Stewart Marshall
Producer: Bryan Sears

: Sunday-Night Theatre presents: The Ruthless Destiny

The first in a cycle of four plays entitled "The Makepeace Story" by Frank and Vincent Tilsley.
The action takes place in and around the village of Shawcross, Lancashire
Time, 1774-1783

Contributors

Writer: Frank Tilsley
Writer: Vincent Tilsley
Producer: Chloe Gibson
Designer: Stephen Bundy
Mrs Makepeace: Marjorie Rhodes
The Hon Willoughby Speake: Paul Eddington
William Radcliffe: Norman Pierce
The Rev Joseph Radcliffe: Edward Mulhare
Mary: Clare Austin
Johnson: Ronald Wood
Colonel Merridew: Alastair Hunter
Seth Makepeace: Patrick McGoohan
Ned Duckworth: Graham Ashley
Joe Parker: Laurence James
Harry Whiteside: Meadows White
William Lowe: Stanley Rose
John Lucas: Patrick Cargill
Ted Wheatcroft: Michael Collins
Tom Wildin: Howell Davies
Jane: Beryl Nesbitt
Mr Daubeny: Noel Davis
Samuel Crompton: Cyril Shaps
Mr Sidebottom: Peter Stephens
Soldiers: Edward Brooks
James Roughead: John Drake
Villagers and troops: Bart Allison
Villagers and troops: Lauderdale Beckett
Villagers and troops: Madge Brindley
Villagers and troops: Tony Castleton
Villagers and troops: Ronald Clarke
Villagers and troops: Patrick Colbert
Villagers and troops: Jon Curle
Villagers and troops: Mark Goullet
Villagers and troops: Dennis Handby
Villagers and troops: Frank Lloyd
Villagers and troops: John Maxwell
Villagers and troops: Cyril Renison
Villagers and troops: Charles Saynor
Villagers and troops: Michael Segal
Villagers and troops: Malcolm Watson
Villagers and troops: Fraser White

: Stranger Than Fiction: Have you ever seen a house in the clouds?

The first film of a new series about the mysterious and the unusual shows that such curiosities can exist.

: Music at Ten

Malcuzynski (piano) plays music by Chopin Polonaise in C minor Nocturne in F
Ballade No. 2, in F Four Mazurkas Valse Brillante.

Contributors

Pianist: Malcuzynski
Presented by: Christian Simpson

: The Epilogue

An act of worship led by the Rev. Ian Pitt-Watson, Chaplain to the University of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen Student Singers under the direction of Reginald Barrett-Ayres

Contributors

Service led by: The Rev. Ian Pitt-Watson
Singers: Aberdeen Student Singers
[Singers] under the direction of: Reginald Barrett-Ayres








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