A magazine for older women.
Make and Meet: 5
Enterprises and ideas for those with time to spare.
Clothes and the Theatre
Zena Dare and Michael Sherard
Other People's Treasures
Collectors show you some of the things they cherish and enjoy.
To Entertain You
Alan Leigh with songs at the piano.
Point of View
"This is what I think" says Alan Melville.
Introduced by Alice Hooper Beck.
(Zena Dare appears by permission of Laurence Olivier Productions, Ltd.)
Quick and Easy Dressmaking: 11: Jersey Dress
A French design filmed by Radiodiffusion-Television Francaise
Demonstrated by Diana Crutchley.
Instructions for making all the garments described in these programmes are contained in a pamphlet "Quick and Easy Dressmaking" (9d.). Photographs of the garments are published separately, also at 9d. A folder (2s.) is available to hold these and later pamphlets on other subjects. All these can be obtained from [address removed]. (Crossed postal order, please-not stamps.)
Presenter (Twice Twenty):
Item presenter (Clothes and the Theatre):
Item presenter (Clothes and the Theatre):
Singer/Pianist (To Entertain You):
Monologist (Point of View):
Presenter (Quick and Easy Dressmaking):
For the Very Young
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Peter Hawkins speaks the voices
Maria Bird writes the songs and music
(A BBC Television Film)
Eamonn Andrews opens the Playbox and his young assistants join in the games including:
Inter-Regional Quiz League: Round 2: Glasgow
Johnny Morris "The Hot Chestnut Man" drops in for a chat.
The Hot Chestnut Man:
A topical programme.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore.
A Francis Durbridge serial in six episodes.
[Starring] Tony Britton, Patricia Driscoll and Duncan Lamont in another showing of The Other Man
(A BBC telerecording)
On a houseboat on the river a man named Rocello has been found murdered. The boat's owner is a mysterious figure, but real enough to turn up at the school where Henderson is a housemaster. Henderson himself was seen to leave the houseboat by Katherine Walters, the doctor's niece. Is it merely coincidence that she, two weeks before, had been to Venice, where Henderson had spent two years at the end of the war? And why should Henderson make such a parade of knowing and approving the Latin inscription on the wrist-watch found on the dead man?
by Michael Pertwee and Roland Pertwee.
Introduced by Peter Scott.
From the BBC's West of England television studio
See foot of facing page
Tonight at 7.50
Tomorrow in Children's Television
With tonight's programme, Peter Scott makes his first appearance in Look after his world tour, and with an old friend and expert falconer, James Robertson Justice, he will introduce a programme on the Saker Falcon. Falconry is usually associated with the Middle Ages, but it stretches from before the Christian era to the present day. Nowadays, provided you can catch your falcon and train it, you can fly any bird of prey you fancy.
There was a time, however, when a bird on the wrist indicated a man's rank-the peregrine for an earl, the goshawk for a yeoman, and the sparrowhawk for a priest.
The long winged Saker Falcon, roughly the same size as the peregrine falcon, is used by Arabs for hawking such large creatures as gazelles and bustards. It has a breeding range well behind the Iron Curtain; a few pairs still breed in the remote forests of Hungary, where it is protected. Istvan Homoki-Nagy, a Hungarian naturalist, searched the Carpathian foothills and eventually found a pair of Saker Falcons breeding in the Borzsony Hills of Northern Hungary. He filmed the Sakers at the nest, the wild life surrounding them, and the adult birds catching their prey. A Hungarian falconer eventually succeeded in capturing one of the falcons, and Homoki-Nagy's film shows the training of the Saker and its eventual use as a falcon for catching prey desired by the falconer.
Cyril Stapleton presents Show Band Parade featuring the BBC Show Band in popular music of yesterday, today and tomorrow; with Vera Lynn, Stanley Black, The Four Jones Boys, Patrick O'Hagan, Maurice Allen, The Cockatoos, Marisa Nesti, Peter Ricardo and his Calypso with Jobyna, The Show Band Singers, and The Dancers.
The BBC Show
The Four Jones
Peter Ricardo and his Calypso with
The Show Band
[Singers] directed by:
Production scenes staged by:
Introduced by Peter Dimmock.
[Starring] George Burns and Gracie Allen in the film The Wedding Party
A film record of life, people, and places.
Made in co-operation with the Commonwealth Governments
This issue marks the entry of a new country into the Commonwealth. In "New Horizons" you see the changing pattern in the Gold Coast which made the birth of Ghana possible.
Followed by Weather and Close Down