A magazine of interest and entertainment for younger women.
Back-Room Boys: The freelance press photographer
Early Achievements: 2 - Making Fire
Accent on lips: Lisa Rayne
Marriage and Divorce: Honor Balfour
Introduced by Helen Shingler.
Interviewer (Back-Room Boys):
Item presenter (Early Achievements):
Item presenter (Beauty News):
For the Very Young
Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your small children and invites them to join in songs and games.
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
(A BBC television film)
Narrator/Script, music, and settings:
Ian Stancliffe with his Midget Marionettes
Songs at the piano with Violet Carson
From the BBC's North of England television studio
by Eric Roberts.
Operator (Midget Marionettes):
Writer (Sky Adventure):
Producer (Sky Adventure):
Designer (Sky Adventure):
Tom Mackenzie, flying instructor:
Roger Bannerman, their son:
Jim Bailey, ground engineer at aerodrome:
People, events, comments of today introduced by Geoffrey Johnson Smith.
Raymond Baxter invites you to join him in a banquet of food and entertainment provided by Australia, Denmark, French, Morocco, Holland, New Zealand, Spain.
With Eric Winstone and his Orchestra.
From the Kelvin Hall, Glasgow by arrangement with the Evening Citizen
Eric Winstone and his
Presented for television by:
in honour of the wedding of H.S.H. Prince Rainier III, Sovereign Prince of Monaco to Miss Grace Kelly.
The Serenade takes place in front of the Palace of Monaco.
Presented by Radio Monte Carlo
(Any changes in programme timings due to the direct broadcast from Monte Carlo will be announced at the microphone.)
involving Bill Maynard, Terry Scott, Shirley Eaton, Pat Coombs, Hugh Lloyd, The Coronets.
Written by Lewis Schwarz and Eric Merriman.
(Shirley Eaton appears by permission of London Film Productions, Ltd.)
A comedy by Anton Chekhov.
Translated from the Russian by Constance Garnett.
[Starring] Miles Malleson
The action takes place in the drawing-room of Tchubukov's house.
For her portrayal of Natalya in Chekhov's amusing little one-act play The Proposal at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts Annual Public Performance on March 27, twenty-year-old Gillian Martell was awarded the Bancroft Gold Medal-the highest award for students at the Academy. Opposite her, in the role of Lomov, was twenty-two-year-old Richard Briers, who in turn received the Academy Silver Medal. These two will be seen tonight in their original parts in a special television production of the play, with Miles Malleson in the role of Tchubukov.
Written in 1889, one year after Chekhov had been awarded the Pushkin prize by the Imperial Academy of Sciences in Petersburg, The Proposal is in very different mood from such works as The Seagull, or The Cherry Orchard and brings the bluster of farce to the solemn business of seeking a woman's hand in marriage.
A weekly magazine programme of films and film personalities, introduced by Peter Haigh.
This edition includes scenes from tonight's premiere of "Carousel" and sequences from the film.
Followed by The Weather and Close Down