Inside Out - 3
Ideas for bedroom furnishings from Paul Gell.
Family Tree - 7
Evelyn Gibbs traces Katharine Sibbring's genealogy.
The first of a series of news flashes from the world of beauty.
Introduced by Helen Shingler.
Item presenter (Inside Out):
Item presenter (Family Tree):
Elkan Allan takes you to distant parts.
A dramatic story of a young husband who finds that his wife, who seems to be such a 'sweet thing', is plotting to murder him.
W. Macqueen-Pope, theatre historian, continues his stories of gay London nights.
Cliff Michelmore invites you to join him at the Richmond Ice Rink to meet some talented young skaters and to watch games and entertainment on ice.
Brother Ass and Brother Lion
by Barbara Willard.
Adapted for television and produced by Dorothea Brooking.
Presenter (Ice Pie!):
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Music composed by (Brother Ass and Brother Lion):
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The Father Prior (St. Jerome):
Brother Andrew (a clerk):
Brother Damon (the herdsman):
Brother Timotheus (the cook):
Benjamin (a merchant):
Ebenezer (another merchant):
People, events, comments of today.
Introduced by Geoffrey Johnson Smith.
A visit to Willesden Town Hall, where television outside broadcast cameras report for the first time a local government meeting. The Mayor, Alderman V. C. Haskell J.P. presides.
with the J. Arthur Rank Screen Services Mobile Unit
Alderman V. C.
Presented for television by:
A play with music
From the Winter Garden Theatre, London
With Ian Frazer, Bobby Webber, William Clothier, Phyllis Bridgwater, Vivienne Martin, Joyce Endean, Alan Martell, John Deighton, John Delaney, Tom Swift, James Perry, Molly Greenwood, Patricia Martin, June Clare, Maureen Shelley, Marie Livann, Joan Pethers, Griffith Lewis, Richard Ryan.
Introduced by Brian Johnston.
A special performance before an invited audience.
(By arrangement with Peter Saunders)
See facing page
Book and lyrics:
Miss Mary Austin:
Miss Kate Austin:
This film is the story of man's continual battle against the insect as a pest and as a bearer of disease.
This rival world of insects is a vast one and of fantastic variety-a constant threat to food supplies and health.
(A Shell Film Unit production)
Peter Haigh introduces scenes from some of this popular film star's outstanding pictures, including: "A Midsummer Night's Dream", "Each Dawn I Die", "Oklahoma Kid", "Angels With Dirty Faces", "Sinner's Holiday", "Fine and Dandy", and his latest film, "Mister Roberts".
(By arrangement with Warner Bros. Pictures, Ltd.)
See facing page
In a series of six programmes about the extraordinary nature of the universe, which modern astronomical methods have revealed, Raymond A. Lyttleton, Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, discusses the earth and the problems of its age, content, and behaviour.
Raymond A. Lyttleton writes on page 3
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