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: Cricket: Nottinghamshire v. The Australians

Second day's play at Trent Bridge.
(to 13.30)

Contributors

Commentator: Peter West
Commentator: Brian Johnston
Presented by: Barrie Edgar

: Mainly for Women: Twice Twenty

Meeting Place
Two successful candidates discuss Local Elections.

Beauty Spot
Alice Hooper Beck offers suggestions for the sunny days ahead.

Old Ben
Told by Anne Sheppard.

Bioscope Fairground entertainments of sixty years ago
Armand Georges, with an electric bioscope, showing the first animated pictures-and memories of portable theatres.

Introduced by Barrie Edgar.

Songs I Remember
Anona Winn
At the piano, Vic Hammett

Introduced by Isobel Barnett.

Contributors

Item presenter (Beauty Spot): Alice Hooper Beck
Storyteller (Old Ben): Anne Sheppard
Item presenter (Bioscope Fairground entertainments of sixty years ago): Armand Georges
Presenter: Barrie Edgar
Presented in Birmingham by: Phil Lewis
Singer (Songs I Remember): Anona Winn
Pianist (Songs I Remember): Vic Hammett
Presenter: Isobel Barnett
Producer: Richard Gilbert

: Watch with Mother: Picture Book

For the Very Young
Pages turned by Patricia Driscoll.
(A BBC television film)

Contributors

Presenter: Patricia Driscoll
Editor: Maria Bird

: Cricket: Nottinghamshire v. The Australians

From Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
(4.15-4.30: tea interval)

: Children's Television

Bengo
The adventures of a Boxer puppy.
Drawn by Tim.

Strange Music
Charles Gradwell shows and plays some ancient musical instruments from his collection.

Space Port: 6 - The Base on the Moon
Dr. R. Clifton Jennison and Kim Allen look at some of the best models received since the last programme.
You can see the completed model on which are some of the best rockets, land-trucks, figures, control towers, beacons, radar installations, etc., made by children during the series.

Olympic Outlook: The Modern Olympic Games: 1896-1936
The second of the series in which Geoffrey Dyson, Chief Coach to the A.A.A., sketches in the background to this year's Olympic Games.

Contributors

Artist (Bengo): Tim (William Timym)
Presenter/musician (Strange Music): Charles Gradwell
Presenter (Space Port): Dr. R. Clifton Jennison
Presenter (Space Port): Kim Allen
Programme presented by (Space Port): Trevor Hill
Presenter (Olympic Outlook): Geoffrey Dyson

: Cricket: Nottinghamshire v. The Australians

Closing overs of the second day's play at Trent Bridge.
(to 18.30)

: Greenwich Time Signal; News

General Summary; Sports News; Weather

: Highlight

People, events, comments of today.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore

: Adventures of the Big Man: The Amazon Bandit

[Starring] Wayne Morris in the film The Amazon Bandit

When things go wrong behind the scenes in a big London store, Bill Pierce (Wayne Morris) is the man who puts them right. This story, the second in a new series, is about an office girl who wants adventure - and finds it in London's underworld.

Contributors

Bill Pierce: Wayne Morris

: What's My Line?

TV's most popular panel game
With Isobel Barnett, Barbara Kelly, Alan Melville, Bob Monkhouse and Gilbert Harding in the chair.

("What's My Line?" was devised by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman, and is televised by arrangement with C.B.S. and Maurice Winnick)

Contributors

Panellist: Isobel Barnett
Panellist: Barbara Kelly
Panellist: Alan Melville
Panellist: Bob Monkhouse
Chairman: Gilbert Harding
Devised by: Mark Goodson
Devised by: Bill Todman
Presented by: T. Leslie Jackson

: Panorama

Richard Dimbleby brings you Television's Window on the World.
Every Monday the Panorama team of special contributors-using film and television cameras -focuses on events and personalities of the moment.

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Dimbleby
Producer: Michael Peacock

: The Tin Pan Alley Show

Billy Cotton introduces The Tin Pan Alley Show in which songs, news and personalities from Britain's centre of popular music are brought to you by Line Renaud, Dennis Lotis, Shani Wallis, Johnny Brandon, Bert Weedon, Gillian Lynne, April Olrich, Terence Theobald, Terry Gilbert.
The Concert Orchestra and George Mitchell Singers conducted by Stanley Black
(Line Renaud appears by arrangement with Henry Hall)

Contributors

Presenter: Billy Cotton
Singer: Line Renaud
Singer: Dennis Lotis
Singer: Shani Wallis
Singer: Johnny Brandon
Guitarist: Bert Weedon
Dancer: Gillian Lynne
Dancer: April Olrich
Dancer: Terence Theobald
Dancer: Terry Gilbert
Production numbers staged by: Alfred Rodrigues
Musicians: The Concert Orchestra
Singers: George Mitchell Singers
Conductor: Stanley Black
Production: Francis Essex

: Out of Touch?

'How far has the life of the Church become remote from our daily work?' An enquiry based on spontaneous film interviews with people who work in the city of Bristol.
From the BBC's West of England television studios

Contributors

Reporter: Tom Salmon
Director: Peter Bale

: Create with Your Camera

Baron in a fortnightly series of programmes on photography.
Followed by The Weather and Close Down

Contributors

Presenter: Baron
Presented by: Kenneth Milne-Buckley








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