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: Cricket: Glamorgan v. The Australians

Third day's play at St. Helen's Ground, Swansea.

(to 13.30)

Contributors

Commentator: Brian Johnston
Summaries: J. C. Clay
Television presentation: Dafydd Gruffydd

: Mainly for Women: Your Own Time - Northern Edition

Out of Fashion
Ann Buck shows you some holiday clothes of years ago from the Platt Hall Gallery of English Costume, Manchester.

Far from Home
Introducing you to some overseas students who have spent Bank Holiday in Manchester.

A Girl with a Guitar
Dorothy Wilkinson

Keeping Cut Flowers Fresh
Jennifer Beavan

Summer Season Homes
Back-stage wives at Northern resorts.

Introduced by Roma Fairley.

North of England television studio

Contributors

Item presenter (Out of Fashion): Ann Buck
Guitarist (A Girl with a Guitar): Dorothy Wilkinson
Item presenter (Keeping Cut Flowers Fresh): Jennifer Beavan
Presenter: Roma Fairley
Arranged by: Gwen Pain
Director: Charles Farmer

: Cricket: Glamorgan v. The Australians

From St. Helen's Ground, Swansea.

: Watch with Mother: Andy Pandy

Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your small children and invites them to join in songs and games.
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs

Contributors

Narrator/script, music and settings: Maria Bird
Puppeteer: Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer: Molly Gibson
Singer: Gladys Whitred

: Cricket: Glamorgan v. The Australians

From St. Helen's Ground, Swansea.

: Children's Television

For Older Children: Indian Sign
Starring the Range Rider and Dick West.
A notorious gunman harries the local settlers in his efforts to find a secret message hidden in an Indian rug. Range Rider and Dick West arrive to investigate and in an exciting finish the bad men are brought to justice.

The Children's Television Caravan
makes its sixth appearance from Chipperfield Common, Hertfordshire.
Jeremy Geidt rings up the curtain on Bobbie Kimber, Elton Hayes and the Roundabout People with Don Tasker and Dorothy Fraser, The Lucky Dip Star and the children of Chipperfield.
Accompanied by the Caravan Quartet

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Presenter/showman (The Children's Television Caravan): Jeremy Geidt
Ventriloquist (The Children's Television Caravan): Bobbie Kimber
Guitarist (The Children's Television Caravan): Elton Hayes
Performers (The Children's Television Caravan): The Roundabout People
Dancer (The Children's Television Caravan): Don Tasker
Dancer (The Children's Television Caravan): Dorothy Fraser
Musicians (The Children's Television Caravan): The Caravan Quartet
Producer (The Children's Television Caravan): Peter Newington

: Highlight

People, events, comments of today.
Introduced by Geoffrey Johnson Smith.

Contributors

Presenter: Geoffrey Johnson Smith

: Mad About Each Other

Jacqueline Mackenzie and Peter Jones are Mad About Each Other...
...in presenting their frankly biased views of the opposite sex.
Also joining the fray are Janet Brown, Peter Butterworth, Mary Malcolm, Alan Page, Beryl Kaye, Alex Macintosh, Irving Davies.
Devised and written by S. C. Green and R. M. Hills.

Contributors

Comedienne: Jacqueline Mackenzie
Comedian: Peter Jones
Impressionist: Janet Brown
Comedian: Peter Butterworth
[Actress]: Mary Malcolm
Singer: Alan Page
Dancer: Beryl Kaye
[Actor]: Alex Macintosh
Orchestra conducted by: Eric Robinson
Musical arrangements: Arthur Wilkinson
Designer: Gordon Roland
Dances directed by: Irving Davies
Devised and written by: S.C. Green
Devised and written by: R.M. Hills
Producer: G.B. Lupino

: What Said They?

A comedy by James Bridie.
The action of the play takes place in a Scottish university. Time, the present

Contributors

Author: James Bridie
Director: Lyon Todd
Designer: Roy Oxley
Sir Archibald Asher: Joseph O'Conor
Lord Carshennie: Eric Messiter
Mr Sheltie: Barry Foster
Dan McEntee: Mark Daly
Mr Milliken: John Fabian
Miss Mere: Hermione Gregory
Adolphus Hayman: Richard Burrell
Delia Hayman: Clare Welsh
Mr Mather: Desmond Scott
Ada Shore: Jane Griffiths
Professor Hayman: Frederick Piper
Zeresh Hayman: Elizabeth Schofield
Nellie: Maureen Quinney
Zither: Claude Bonser

: Hail, Cricket!

Some variations on a summer theme.
Introduced by Peter West.
Written and produced by Stanley Williamson.

"Hail Cricket! glorious, manly, British game!
First of all sports! be first alike in fame!
To my fir'd Soul thy busy transports bring
That I may feel thy raptures, while I sing"
(James Love: 1721-1774)

Contributors

Presenter: Peter West
Film cameraman: Charles Parnell
Editor: Alf Chapman
Writer/producer: Stanley Williamson

: Picture Parade

A weekly magazine programme of films and film personalities.
Introduced by Peter Haigh.

Contributors

Presenter: Peter Haigh
Presented by: Alan Sleath

: News

: Hits and Misses

featuring Bob Carter and his Music with Danny Levan (violin).
From the BBC's Midland television studio
Followed by The Weather and Close Down

Contributors

Musicians: Bob Carter and his Music
Violinist: Danny Levan
Producer: Philip Lewis








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