The second day's play at Worcester.
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Three of the principal races on the third day of the first Spring Meeting.
2.0 The Barnham Three-Year-Old Selling Stakes over one mile
2.30 The Culford Stakes over one-and-a-half miles
3.0 The March Stakes over one-and-a-quarter miles
Commentator, Peter O'Sullevan with Clive Graham to identify the horses and jockeys in the parade ring.
Parade ring commentator:
Presented for television by:
Leisure in the Garden
Joan Gilbert shows some of the new season's garden furniture.
Making a Fruit Pie
Suzanne Petter makes a handbag to match your spring dress.
Eleanor Summerfield Makes It: 6: A Dressing Table
To the design and instruction of Frank Preston.
(A BBC telerecording)
Introduced by Joan Gilbert.
Presenter/Item presenter (Leisure in the Garden):
Cook (Making a Fruit Pie):
Item presenter (Spring Accessories):
Item presenter/pupil (Eleanor Summerfield Makes It):
Handyman (Eleanor Summerfield Makes It):
Producer (Eleanor Summerfield Makes It):
A Fishy Tale
by Eve Levin
The Rev. Philip Wright shows some models and sketches, and talks about his favourite hobby.
[Starring] Peter Butterworth
Children of the Commonwealth
Sam Ntiro from Tanganyika and other visitors from East Africa talk about life in their own country.
Storyteller (A Fishy Tale):
The Rev. Philip
Comedian (Peter's Troubles):
Presenter (Children of the Commonwealth):
General Summary; Sports News; The Weather
People, events, comments of today.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore.
A comedy thriller in six parts with Jill Day.
[Starring] Jimmy Jewel and Ben Warriss
Original story by:
Colonel Trench of M. I. 5.:
Jackson, Trench's assistant:
Smithers of M. I. 5.:
Carstairs of M. I. 5.:
by James Thurber and Elliott Nugent.
Henry Sherek presents Barbara Kelly and Bernard Braden with Hugh McDermott
The action of the play takes place in the living-room of the Turners' house in a mid-Western university town.
It has always been James Thurber's way to cloak with humour the sharpness of his social observation. This play, which he wrote with Elliott Nugent in 1940, shows that the one quality does not vitiate the other, and may surprise those who think of Thurber primarily as dog-lover and sufferer in the Battle of the Sexes. True, the battle still rages in the mid-Western university at which Tommy Turner teaches English: it is joined when Joe Ferguson, a football hearty and former beau of Tommy's wife, Ellen, turns up to attend the great football match of the season. But there is another less comic issue. Witch-hunting is now another, more deadly sport on the campus, so that when Tommy innocently proposes to read to his class the last letter of the "anarchist" Vanzetti as an example of fine writing, he is quickly in trouble..The rousing of the male animal in the mild Tommy to fight on both these fronts makes a spectacle that is both extremely funny and a pertinent warning for today. (Peter Forster)
Dean Frederick Damon:
Mrs Blanche Damon:
A fortnightly programme in which a panel of experts is challenged to identify a series of unusual objects.
Professor V. Gordon Childe, Director, Institute of Archaeology
Professor Sean P. O. Riordain, Department of Archaeology, University College, Dublin
Sir Mortimer Wheeler
v. the Challenger: Narodni Museum V Praze (National Museum of Prague,
Chairman, Glyn Daniel, Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge
Professor V. Gordon
Professor Sean P. O.
conducts the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader, Arthur Leavins)
(Andre Kostelanetz appears by arrangement with S. A. Gorlinsky)
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