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: Mainly for Women: Keep Fit with Eileen Fowler

A weekly series of exercises to music.
From the BBC's Midland television studio
A pamphlet giving notes on these exercises (price 9d.) and a folder for Women's Television Notes (price is. ad.) may be obtained, post free, from [address removed]. (Crossed postal order, please-not stamps.)

Contributors

Exerciser: Eileen Fowler
Arranged by: Ann Shead
Presented by: Desmond O'Leary

: Amos 'n' Andy: Counterfeiters Rent Basement

[Starring] Amos 'n' Andy in the film Counterfeiters Rent Basement

: Watch with Mother: The Woodentops

For the Very Young
Stories about a family of wooden dolls who live on a farm.
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Puppeteer: Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer: Molly Gibson
Voices: Eileen Browne
Voices: Josefina Ray
Voices: Peter Hawkins
Script and music: Maria Bird

: Children's Television presents: David Copperfield: Episode 6

by Charles Dickens.
Adapted for television in thirteen weekly instalments by Vincent Tilsley.

In which David begins a legal career "in a lazy nook near St. Paul's Church-yard", where he meets a young lady and falls into captivity. And in which his "Good Angel" doesn't like his "Guiding Star".

Contributors

Author: Charles Dickens
Adapter: Vincent Tilsley
Director: Stuart Burge
Producer: Douglas Allen
Miss Betsey Trotwood: Sonia Dresdel
David Copperfield: Robert Hardy
Richard Babley ('Mr Dick'): Richard Goolden
Mr Francis Spenlow: Andre van Gyseghem
Mr Jorkins: Geoffrey Tyrrell
Mrs Crupp: Vi Stevens
Thomas Traddles: Bernard Cribbins
Mr Gulpidge: Graham Crowden
Mr Wilkins Micawber: Hilton Edwards
Mrs Emma Micawber: Olga Lindo
James Steerforth: Anthony Tancred
Agnes Wickfield: Mary Watson
Miss Lavinia Spenlow: Joan Hickson
Miss Clarissa Spenlow: Nora Nicholson
Miss Dora Spenlow: Sheila Shand Gibbs

: Children's Television: Jazz Club: 2: Kenny Baker's Half-Dozen

A series of programmes to introduce some of Britain's top jazz players.

Contributors

Musicians: Kenny Baker's Half-Dozen

: Children's Television: Toytown: The Great Toytown War

Another play by S. G. Hulme Beaman.
Puppets by Gordon Murray and settings by Andrew Brownfoot from illustrations by S. G. Hulme Beaman
(to 18.00)

Contributors

Writer/illustrations: S. G. Hulme Beaman
Voices: Rosemary Miller
Voices: Peter Hawkins
Voices: Noel Coleman
Voices: Roy Skelton
Puppeteers: Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteers: Molly Gibson
Puppeteers: Elizabeth Thorndike
Puppeteers: Bob Bura
Puppeteers: John Hardwick
Puppets/producer: Gordon Murray
Settings: Andrew Brownfoot

: Cruft's Dog Show

An Outside Broadcast from the World's Leading Dog Show.
Join Stanley Dangerfield at the ringside as the judges choose today's champions.
Introduced by Peter West.
From Olympia, London.

Contributors

Commentator: Stanley Dangerfield
Presenter: Peter West
Presented by: Humphrey Fisher

: News; Sports News; Highlight; Weather

[Highlight] Introduced by Cliff Michelmore.

Contributors

Presenter (Highlight): Cliff Michelmore

: I Married Joan

[Starring] Joan Davis in the film series I Married Joan

Contributors

Joan Stevens: Joan Davis

: Up for the Cup: Third Round: Heart of Midlothian v. Darlington

McDonald Hobley invites you Up for the Cup.
A fortnightly test of knowledge, skill, and cunning between football supporters' clubs.
Linesman, Leslie Welch

Contributors

Presenter: McDonald Hobley
Linesman: Leslie Welch
Devised and written by: Dennis Yates
Presented by: Kenneth Milne-Buckley

: Travellers' Tales: Unknown India

The film record of a journey made by a French explorer, Pierre Rambach, in search of temples and ceremonials in the remoter parts of India.

Contributors

Filmmaker: Pierre Rambach
Producer: David Attenborough

: Kenilworth: Episode 1

by Sir Walter Scott.
Adapted for television in six weekly instalments by Vincent Tilsley.
[Starring] Robin Bailey
The action takes place at Lidcote Hall, Devon, and at Cumnor, near Oxford. Time, 1575

Contributors

Author: Sir Walter Scott
Adapter: Vincent Tilsley
Producer: Chloe Gibson
Fight arranged by: Peter Diamond
Designer: Fanny Taylor
Sir Hugh Robsart: Hugh Morton
Will Badger: Tom Watson
Edmund Tressilian: Paul Eddington
A Physician: McArthur Gordon
Giles Gosling, landlord of The Black Bear: Arthur Brough
Laurence Goldthred: Noel Davis
Anthony Foster: Robert Hunter
Janet: Margaret Tyzack
Amy Robsart: Ann Firbank
Richard Varney: Anthony Newlands
Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester: Robin Bailey
Other parts played by: Pamela Binns
Other parts played by: Peter Diamond
Other parts played by: Peter Morny
Other parts played by: James Roughead

: Challenge to Education: 2: Working and Learning

A weekly series of on-the-spot enquiries brought to you by BBC Outside Broadcast Units.
From the College of Further Education, Port Talbot.
Introduced by Alun Williams.
The series edited by Ivan Gilman

Contributors

Presenter: Alun Williams
Producer: David J. Thomas
Editor: Ivan Gilman

: Kay on the Keys

[Starring] Kay Cavendish

Contributors

Pianist: Kay Cavendish
Presented by: Alastair Scott-Johnston

: The Alanbrooke Diaries

A conversation between Field-Marshal Viscount Alanbrooke, Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks, H. R. Trevor-Roper and Cyril Ray.
From the BBC's West of England studios

It was Lord Alanbrooke who played a leading part in the saving of the B.E.F. after Dunkirk and who subsequently bore the military responsibility for resisting invasion.

Contributors

Speaker: Field-Marshal Viscount Alanbrooke
Speaker: Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks
Speaker: H.R. Trevor-Roper
Speaker: Cyril Ray
Presented by: Huw Wheldon

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