Signs of the Zodiac: 5: Taurus
A light-hearted diversion arranged and presented by Verrall Dunlop.
Your Own Time
A magazine of interest and entertainment for younger women.
New ideas for an old dress.
Collecting and drying.
Introduced by Elizabeth Hunt.
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Spring Flowers): Dorothy
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(A BBC television film)
F.N.S. Creek, Assistant Director of Coaching to the Football Association, introduces an edited telerecording of Saturday's School-boy International Match, England v. Scotland.
by Estelle Holt.
(A BBC telerecording of the broadcast on March 27)
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from Australia House, London.
Introduced by Geoffrey Johnson Smith.
Robert Reid takes you to Bishopthorpe to visit the Archbishop of York on the eve of his enthronement.
William Bendix in a comedy film series.
Riley realises that talking to reporters can bring trouble.
(All transmitters except (Wenvoe, Rowridge, North Hessary Tor, Les Platons)
7.35 Westward Ho!
A regional magazine introduced by Alan Gibson.
(Wenvoe, Rowridge, North Hessary Tor, Les Platons)
Chester A. Riley (Life of Riley):
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The last of four programmes tracing the growth of the Empress of Britain from a steel shell on the Clyde, through her launch, fitting-out, and trials, to the finished luxury liner outward bound.
Commentary by Berkeley Smith
Written by Lewis Schwarz and Eric Merriman.
[Starring] Bill Maynard, Terry Scott, Shirley Eaton, Pat Coombs, Hugh Lloyd, The Coronets.
(Shirley Eaton appears by permission of London Film Productions, Ltd.)
A television play by Alun John
(From the BBC's Midland television studio)
"It there were dreams to sell what would you buy?" A difficult question for most people to answer, but in the case of Mr. Collins, the cobbler, it is made simpler by the atmosphere in which he lives, endlessly nagged and harassed by his wife, beset with domestic obligations, and unable to escape beyond the shop, even to the local dance in the village hall. He longs inevitably for the grand life, the glitter and glamour of money, and to share it with him, the bewitching Rita Robinson whose shoes he is constantly mending. And who is to judge whether his dreams are less real than reality?
(See above and page 5)
An outline of some of the key facts about the power of Britain in the world today compared with fifty years ago. The first of a new series by Christopher Mayhew, M.P.
Comment: C.E. Carrington, Professor of Commonwealth Relations, Royal Institute of International Affairs
Dr. D. F. Singhal, an Indian Political Scientist
Illustrations: Historical film from the National Film Archives and the Imperial War Museum
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A weekly magazine programme introduced by Peter Haigh.
Followed by The Weather and Close Down