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: Greenwich Time Signal; Mainly for Women: Your Own Time - St. Valentine's Day Edition

A magazine for younger women.

I'd Like to Know...
The second in a series of light-hearted enquiries.

My Valentine
Margaret Johnston and Sheila Sim, with Anthony Mendleson.

Songs with a Guitar
Frances and Alan Kitching

Present from London: 2: Miss Todd Agrees to Oblige
Written by Antonia Ridge.

Introduced by Roma Fairley.
(Film extracts by courtesy of Ealing Studios and the Rank Organisation)

Contributors

Presenter: Roma Fairley
Item presenter (My Valentine): Margaret Johnston
Item presenter (My Valentine): Sheila Sim
Item presenter (My Valentine): Anthony Mendleson
Singer (Songs with a Guitar): Frances Kitching
Guitarist (Songs with a Guitar): Alan Kitching
Writer (Present from London): Antonia Ridge
Producer: Rosemary Hill

: Music is Fun

Eric Spear finds Music is Fun.

Contributors

Presenter: Eric Spear
Presented by: Richard Gilbert

: The Visitor: Escape from the Past

Another film in this series.

: Sketchbook

Harry Rutherford visits St. Albans.

Contributors

Presenter/artist: Harry Rutherford
Presented by: Ray Lakeland

: Children's Television

Loganberry Pie
served by Jimmy Logan the Scots comedian assisted by Charlotte Smythe, Cliff Harley, A Rhythm Quartet.
From Glasgow.

The Story of Time
A film that shows how man has attempted to measure the passing of time.

Pig Hoo-o-o-o-ey!
by P. G. Wodehouse.
Made into a play for television and produced by Rex Tucker.

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Comedian/presenter (Loganberry Pie): Jimmy Logan
Assisted by (Loganberry Pie): Charlotte Smythe
Assisted by (Loganberry Pie): Cliff Harley
Musicians (Loganberry Pie): A Rhythm Quartet
Producer (Loganberry Pie): Kathleen Garscadden
Director (Loganberry Pie): Noble Wilson
Author (Pig Hoo-o-o-o-ey!): P. G. Wodehouse
Adapter/producer (Pig Hoo-o-o-o-ey!): Rex Tucker
Designer (Pig Hoo-o-o-o-ey!): Stephen Taylor
Lord Emsworth: John Miller
Lady Constance: Joan Sanderson
Angela: Brenda Dean
Beach: Raymond Rollett
James Belford: Derek Aylward

: Highlight

Programme introduced by Geoffrey Johnson Smith.

Contributors

Presenter: Geoffrey Johnson Smith

: Other People's Jobs: The Coal Miner

At a colliery in the Aberdare Valley BBC Outside Broadcast cameras focus on the miner.
See page 4

Contributors

Commentator: Alun Williams
Producer: Selwyn Roderick

: The Centre Show

Introduced by Alan Clive.
with Dr. Crock and his Crackpots, Karen Greer, Desmond Lane, Jimmy Edmundson, Don Peters, The George Clouston Quartet.
From the Nuffield Centre before an audience of H.M. Forces.

Contributors

Presenter: Alan Clive
Comedy band: Dr. Crock and his Crackpots
Singer: Karen Greer
Penny whistler: Desmond Lane
Comedian: Jimmy Edmundson
Performer: Don Peters
Musicians: The George Clouston Quartet
Producer: Albert Stevenson

: Frontiers of Science: 3: Dangerous Air

The effects of atmospheric pollution by chemicals and germs.

Contributors

Producer: James McCloy

: The Testimonial

by R.F. Delderfield.
Produced by Owen Reed in the BBC's West of England television studio.

Contributors

Writer: R.F. Delderfield
Designer: Desmond Chinn
Producer: Owen Reed
Edward Connibeer: Oliver Johnston
Nell Connibeer: Barbara Leake
Edith Connibeer: Constance Chapman
Edward Bannister: Geoffrey Matthews

: Alma Cogan

Contributors

Singer: Alma Cogan
Music directed and arranged by: Stan Foster

: The Murut People of Borneo

A record of the tribe that until recently were head hunters.
Filmed by Dr. Ivan Polunin in the course of research in North Borneo.
(Previously televised on Nov. 3, 1955)

Contributors

Filmmaker: Dr. Ivan Polunin

: Tales from Soho: 4: The Protectors

by Berkely Mather.
(A BBC telerecording of Feb. 11)

Followed by The Weather and Close Down

Contributors

Writer: Berkely Mather








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