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: Greenwich Time Signal; Mainly for Women: Family Affairs

A place of One's Own: 2: The School Child

Homework
Leslie Horwood

My Child Wants an Office Job
Alec Kodger, Director of Vocational Guidance, Birkbeck College, London, discusses opportunities; Margery Hurst, head of a well-known employment agency, interviews a trainee secretary.

Introduced by Olive Shapley.

Talk It Over
Introduced and arranged by the Rev. Elsie Chamberlain.

[15.45] Watch with Mother: The Flowerpot Men
For the Very Young
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Peter Hawkins speaks the voices
Maria Bird writes the songs and music
(A BBC Telefilm)

Contributors

Item presenter (Homework): Leslie Horwood
Item presenter (My Child wants an office Job): Alec Kodger
Interviewer (My Child wants an office Job): Margery Hurst
Presenter: Olive Shapley
Producer: Beryl Radley
Presenter/Arranged by (Talk It Over): The Rev. Elsie Chamberlain
Presented by (Talk It Over): Beryl Kadley
Puppeteer (Watch with Mother: The Flowerpot Men): Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer (Watch with Mother: The Flowerpot Men): Molly Gibson
Singer (Watch with Mother: The Flowerpot Men): Gladys Whitred
Voices (Watch with Mother: The Flowerpot Men): Peter Hawkins
Songwriter/Music (Watch with Mother: The Flowerpot Men): Maria Bird

: Songs for You

Lester Ferguson brings Songs for You with Albert Marland at the piano.

Contributors

Singer: Lester Ferguson
Pianist: Albert Marland
Presented by: Richard Gilbert

: In Town Tonight

(A BBC telerecording of last Saturday's broadcast)

Contributors

Edited and produced by: Peter Duncan

: Out of Town

Barrie Edgar invites you to meet personalities from different walks of life.
From the BBC's Birmingham Studios

Contributors

Presenter: Barrie Edgar

: Children's Television

Peter Butterworth

Bobby in France: 6: The Hotel: Part 2

Playbox
Eamonn Andrews opens the Playbox and his young assistants join in the games.
"The Hot Chestnut Man" is Johnny Morris.

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Comedian: Peter Butterworth
Producer (Bobby in France): John Hunter Blair
Bobby: Nicky Edmett
Tess: Patricia Morton
Claude Leblanc: Yves Itatier
Madame Leblanc: Paulette Preney
Monsieur Leblanc: Andre Maranne
Presenter (Playbox): Eamonn Andrews
The Hot Chestnut Man (Playbox): Johnny Morris
Producer (Playbox): Cliff Michelmore

: Highlight

People, events comments of today introduced by Geoffrey Johnson Smith.

Contributors

Presenter: Geoffrey Johnson Smith

: The Grove Family: Prevention and Cure

by Michael and Roland Pertwee.

Contributors

Writer: Michael Pertwee
Writer: Roland Pertwee
Director: Richard West
Producer: John Warrington
Mr Grove: Edward Evans
Pat: Sheila Sweet
Jack: Peter Bryant
Daphne: Margaret Downs
Lennie: Christopher Beeny
Gran: Nancy Roberts
Silk: Sidney Vivian
Mrs Praed: Cicely Huiett
Plain-clothes Police Officer: John Stuart
Police Constable: Nigel Arkwright
Police inspector: Seymour Green

: Sportsview

Spotlighting news, views, and personalities from the world of sport, including special film report of The Lincolnshire Handicap.
Introduced by Peter Dimmock.

Contributors

Presenter: Peter Dimmock
Editor: Paul Fox
Editor: Ronnie Noble
Presented by: Alan Rees

: Floodlit Association Football: England B v. Switzerland B

A visit to Southampton Football Ground tor the second half of the match.

Contributors

Commentator: Kenneth Wolstenholme
Television presentation: Charles Scott

: Music for You

Introduced by Eric Robinson.
with Eileen Joyce, Luigi Infantino, Beryl Grey, Gianna d'Angelo, Nicanor Zabaleta and Elizabeth Boyd, Joan Bramhall, Shirley May, Irene Palmer, Jean Waugh, Frances Youles, Bowles Bevan, Fred Davies, John Ford, Charles Kennedy, John Mitchinson, Brendan O'Dowda, David Oddie.
London Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Granville Jones)
(Beryl Grey appears by permission of the General Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden Ltd; Luigi Infantino appears by arrangement with S.A. Orlinsky)

Contributors

Presenter: Eric Robinson
Pianist: Eileen Joyce
Tenor: Luigi Infantino
Dancer: Beryl Grey
Soprano: Gianna d'Angelo
Harpist: Nicanor Zabaleta
Singer: Elizabeth Boyd
Singer: Joan Bramhall
Singer: Shirley May
Singer: Irene Palmer
Singer: Jean Waugh
Singer: Frances Youles
Singer: Bowles Bevan
Singer: Fred Davies
Singer: John Ford
Singer: Charles Kennedy
Singer: John Mitchinson
Tenor: Brendan O'Dowda
Singer: David Oddie
Musical Associate: James Turner
Orchestrations: Arthur Wilkinson
Musicians: London Symphony Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: Granville Jones
Designer: Stephen Taylor
Producer: Patricia Foy

: At Home

BBC Outside Broadcast cameras visit Belgravia to meet Mrs. Gerald Legge.
Introduced by Berkeley Smith.

Contributors

Interviewee: Mrs. Gerald Legge (Raine Spencer)
Presenter/interviewer: Berkeley Smith
Presented by: Humphrey Fisher

: What's Yours?

Hartley Power continues the round of stories told by himself, James MacTaggart, and Jim Phelan.
The Weather; Close Down

Contributors

Storyteller: Hartley Power
Storyteller: James MacTaggart
Storyteller: Jim Phelan








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