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: Trooping the Colour

(to 12.15)

: Mainly for Women: About the Home

Shopping Suggestions
Value for money when choosing meat and fish discussed by Louise Davies.

Making Your Summer Wardrobe: 3: Sundress for mother and daughter
Diana Crutchley

Five Minutes with Joan Gilbert

Introduced by Joan Gilbert.

Contributors

Presenter/Item presenter (Five Minutes with..): Joan Gilbert
Item presenter (Shopping Suggestions): Louise Davies
Item presenter (Making Your Summer Wardrobe): Diana Crutchley
Producer: Ann Shead

: Atlantic Queens: 2: Outward Bound

This afternoon R.M.S. Queen Mary leaves the Ocean Terminal, Southampton, on one of her regular transatlantic crossings to New York.
Viewers can watch the scene as the liner is manoeuvred from her berth into Southampton Water at the start of her journey to the sea.

Contributors

Commentator: Richard Dimbleby
Commentator: Raymond Baxter
Television presentation: Nicholas Crocker

: Watch with Mother: Rag, Tag, and Bobtail

(A BBC Television Film)

: Lawn Tennis: The Davis Cup (Third Round): Great Britain v. Chile

From Bristol Lawn Tennis Club.

Contributors

Presented for television by: Charles Scott

: Children's Television

The Mystery of Rubovia Castle
Written and produced by Gordon Murray.
Television Puppet Theatre presents another Rubovian Legend.

Just Between Ourselves
[Starring] Janet Brown

Windmills
The results of the competition.

Children of the Commonwealth
Mark Francis talks about life in British Guiana.

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Writer/producer (The Mystery of Rubovia Castle): Gordon Murray
Voice (The Mystery of Rubovia Castle): Violet Lamb
Voice (The Mystery of Rubovia Castle): Peter Hawkins
Voice (The Mystery of Rubovia Castle): Raymond Rollett
Puppeteer (The Mystery of Rubovia Castle): Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer (The Mystery of Rubovia Castle): Molly Gibson
Puppeteer (The Mystery of Rubovia Castle): Elizabeth Thorndike
Puppeteer (The Mystery of Rubovia Castle): Bob Bura
Puppeteer (The Mystery of Rubovia Castle): John Hardwick
Puppets (The Mystery of Rubovia Castle): Kim Allen
Presenter (Just Between Ourselves): Janet Brown
Presenter (Children of the Commonwealth): Mark Francis

: Trooping the Colour

A BBC telerecording of part of this morning's ceremony.

: Life with the Lyons


Written by Bebe Daniels, Bob Block and Ronnie Hanbury.
[Starring] Bebe Daniels and Ben Lyon
with Barbara Lyon, Richard Lyon, Horace Percival, Molly Weir, Doris Rogers, Richard Bellaers, Hugh Morton, Olwen Brookes.
The first of four fortnightly programmes

Contributors

Writer: Bebe Daniels
Writer: Bob Block
Writer: Ronnie Hanbury Orchestra directed by: George Clouston
Incidental music: Arthur Wilkinson
Designer: Charles Lawrence
Director: G. B. Lupino
Producer: Bryan Sears
Herself: Bebe Daniels
Himself: Ben Lyon
Herself: Barbara Lyon
Himself: Richard Lyon
Mr. Wimple: Horace Percival
Aggie MacDonald: Molly Weir
Florrie Wainwright: Doris Rogers
Robin: Richard Bellaers
Mr. Fox: Hugh Morton
[Actor]: Olwen Brookes

: Animal, Vegetable, Mineral?

A fortnightly programme in which a panel of experts is challenged to identify a series of unusual objects.
The Experts: James Fisher, Maxwell Knight, Dr. L. Harrison Matthews
v.
The Challenger: Haslemere Museum
Chairman, Glyn Daniel, Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge

Contributors

Expert: James Fisher
Expert: Maxwell Knight
Expert: Dr. L. Harrison Matthews
Chairman: Glyn Daniel
Presented by: Nancy Thomas

: La Boheme

An opera by Giacomo Puccini.
From the novel by Henri Murger.
Adapted for television and produced by George R. Foa.
The action takes place in Paris in 1830
Scene: In the attic; The Latin Quarter
A section of the Covent Garden Opera Chorus
(Chorus-Master, Douglas Robinson)
London Philharmonic Orchestra
(Led by Harold Parfitt)
Conducted by Edward Renton

Contributors

Composer: Giacomo Puccini
Libretto: Illica and Giacosa
Author: Henri Murger
Adapter/producer: George R. Foa
Singers: A section of the Covent Garden Opera Chorus
Chorus-Master: Douglas Robinson
Musicians: London Philharmonic Orchestra
Orchestra led by: Harold Parfitt
Orchestra conducted by: Edward Renton
Repetiteur: William Reid
Designer: Stephen Bundy
Rudolph, a poet: Raymond Nilsson
Marcel, a painter: Thomas Hemsley
Schaunard, a musician: Ronald MacOnaghie
Colline, a philosopher: Forbes Robinson
Benoit, a landlord: Edmund Donlevy
Alcindoro, a roue: Ivor Evans
Mimi: Heather Harper
Musetta: Louise Traill

: Men in Battle

The last of a monthly series of programmes in which General Sir Brian Horrocks draws upon his memories of friend and foe, officers and men, in some of the great battle-fields of World War II.
(A BBC telerecording)

Contributors

Presenter: General Sir Brian Horrocks
Presented by: Huw Wheldon

: La Boheme: Part 2

Scene: A gate of Paris; In the attic

: News

: Atlantic Queens

An edited BBC telerecording of this afternoon's outside broadcast.
Followed by The Weather; Road Works Report and Close Down








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