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: The Cup Final: Birmingham City v. Manchester City

A BBC telerecording of highlights of yesterday's match played at the Empire Stadium, Wembley.

Contributors

Commentator: Kenneth Wolstenholme

: Talk of Many Things

Richard Attenborough and his guests Talk of Many Things.
An informal discussion of people, places, and events between friends who have been invited to drop in after lunch.
The last of the present series.

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Attenborough
Research: Ken Smith
Producer: Bryan Sears

: Concert Hour

BBC Midland Light Orchestra
(Leader, James Hutcheon)
Conducted by Stanford Robinson
Ralph Holmes (violin), Marion Studholme (soprano), The Lanchester Marionettes and the BBC Midland Chorus.
Introduced by Christopher Stagg.
From the BBC's Midland television studio

Contributors

Musicians: BBC Midland Light Orchestra
Orchestra leader: James Hutcheon
Orchestra conducted by: Stanford Robinson
Violinist: Ralph Holmes
Soprano: Marion Studholme
Singers: The BBC Midland Chorus
Presenter: Christopher Stagg
Presented by: David Martin
Presented by: Peter Haysom Craddy

: The Brains Trust

meets every Sunday afternoon to answer questions sent by viewers.
The members this week are Dr. Julian Huxley, F.R.S., The Rt. Hon. Sir Oliver Franks, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., The Hon. Ewen Montagu, C.B.E., David Daiches.
Question-Master, Hubert Gregg
Questions should be addressed to: "The Brains Trust", [address removed]

Contributors

Panellist: Dr. Julian Huxley
Panellist: The Rt. Hon. Sir Oliver Franks
Panellist: The Hon. Ewen Montagu
Panellist: David Daiches
Question-Master: Hubert Gregg
Producer: John Furness

: Children's Television

Children's Television Club
Wilfred Pickles introduces a new programme in which a group of children meet in the Children's Television Club.
This week the Club is aboard the Royal Iris in the river Mersey, Wallasey.

Rex Milligan: 4: Rex Milligan keeps the flag flying
A series of plays by Anthony Buckeridge.

Sunday at Six: Springtime on the Farm
The Rev. Austen Williams shows a film about the services being held at this time in the countryside.

(to 18.05)

Contributors

Presenter (Children's Television Club): Wilfred Pickles
Presented by (Children's Television Club): Trevor Hill
Writer (Rex Milligan): Anthony Buckeridge
Producer (Rex Milligan): Pharic MacLaren
Film Cameraman (Rex Milligan): David Prosser
Film Editor (Rex Milligan): John Pullen
Designer (Rex Milligan): Donald Horne
The: Sheldrake Juniors:
Rex Milligan: Paul Streather
Jigger Johnson: Anthony Bryant
J. O. Stagg: Anthony Valentine
Alfie Cutforth: William Simonds
The: Tech Juniors:
Spikey Andrews: Wilfrid Downing
Bubblegum Tucker: Melvyn Hayes
Mrs Tucker: Maud Long
Builder: Lane Meddick
Others taking part: Douglas Chapman
Others taking part: Graham Larkin
Others taking part: Andrew Vale
Others taking part: James Warren
Presenter (Sunday at Six): The Rev. Austen Williams

: A Foot in Both Worlds

Hymns about worship and life.
Introduced by The Rev. Cyril Taylor, Warden of the Royal School of Church Music with Wilfred Brown and the St. Martin's Singers.

Contributors

Presenter: The Rev. Cyril Taylor
Tenor: Wilfred Brown
Singers: St. Martin's Singers
Presented by: Jess Yates

: Interlude

: This Is Your Life

Eamonn Andrews says This Is Your Life to tonight's principal subject in a programme devised by Ralph Edwards.
Written by Gale Pedrick.
(A BBC telerecording)

Contributors

Writer: Gale Pedrick
Presenter: Eamonn Andrews
Programme deviser: Ralph Edwards
Music: James Turner
Music conducted by: Eric Robinson
Producer: T. Leslie Jackson

: Sunday-Night Theatre: Brian Rix presents: The Perfect Woman

A farce by Wallace Geoffrey and Basil Mitchell.

Contributors

Author: Wallace Geoffrey
Author: Basil Mitchell
Stage presentation: Brian Rix
Settings: Rhoda Gray
Play directed by: Wallace Douglas
Television presentation: Alan Chivers
Joan Merrifield: Elspet Gray
Grubb: Arthur Brough
Professor Archibald Belmon: John Deverell
Dr Jackson: Charles Cameron
Buddy Raymon: Peter Mercier
Freddie Cavendish: Brian Rix
Albert Ramshead: Basil Lord
Farini: John Slater
Winkel: Larry Noble
Lady Geviphie: Cicely Paget-Bowman
And: "The Perfect Woman"

: Sir Gerald Kelly Remembers: 2: Monet

Six films in which Sir Gerald Kelly, K.C.V.O., Past President of the Royal Academy, recalls some of his early experiences as a painter.
(A BBC television film)

Contributors

Presenter: Sir Gerald Kelly
Producer: Bill Duncalf

: Music at Ten: Louis Kentner (piano)

Chopin
Impromptu No. 1, in A flat
Fantasy-Impromptu
Study in A minor
Liszt
Liebestraum No. 3
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 13
See facing page

Contributors

Pianist: Louis Kentner
Presented by: Christian Simpson

: Sigmund Freud

born May 6, 1856
A tribute to a great man by Dr. Ernest Jones his friend, colleague, and biographer.

Contributors

Presenter: Dr. Ernest Jones

: Time for Prayers

Conducted by The Rev. W.D. Kennedy-Bell.

Contributors

Prayers conducted by: The Rev. W.D. Kennedy-Bell








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