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: Mainly for Women

Domestic Forum
Viewers' questions discussed spontaneously by Ruth Drew, Molly Hargrave, Rosemary McRobert, Iris Syrett.
In the chair, Joan Gilbert

and
Our Miss Pemberton: 9: Shrunk
Written by Philip King and Falkland Cary.

Contributors

Panellist (Domestic Forum): Ruth Drew
Panellist (Domestic Forum): Molly Hargrave
Panellist (Domestic Forum): Rosemary McRobert
Panellist (Domestic Forum): Iris Syrett
Chairman (Domestic Forum): Joan Gilbert
Producer (Domestic Forum): Barbara Crowther
Writer (Our Miss Pemberton): Philip King
Writer (Our Miss Pemberton): Falkland Cary
Producer (Our Miss Pemberton): Richard Gilbert
Geoff Patterson: Terence Soall
Mary Pemberton: Margot Boyd
Mr Spriggs: Kenneth Earl
Mrs Hyde-Wright: Edith Stevenson
Avis Douglas: Jocelyn Rhodes

: Watch with Mother: Rag, Tag, and Bobtail

For the Very Young
Charles E. Stidwill tells the story.
Sam Williams and Elizabeth Williams make the pictures

Contributors

Narrator: Charles E. Stidwill
Pictures: Sam Williams
Pictures: Elizabeth Williams
Script: Louise Cochrane

: Children's Television presents: Look: The Story of a Falcon

A series of wild-life programmes.
Introduced by Peter Scott.

Falconry is an ancient art still practised in many countries. The Saker Falcon, used by Arabs for hunting gazelle and bustard, still breeds in Hungary. The capture of a wild Saker Falcon, its training, and ultimate flying after quarry are illustrated by film made in Hungary by Homoki-Nagy. Peter Scott introduces the film and discusses the art of training a falcon with James Robertson Justice.
From the BBC's West of England television studio
See page 18

Contributors

Presenter: Peter Scott
Filmmaker: Homoki-Nagy
Guest: James Robertson Justice
Producer: Winwood Reade

: Children's Television: Faithful's Ride

The story of a wager and a race against time.
[Starring] Ross Salmon
Filmed in the West Country with the help of the Young Rangers.

Contributors

Presented by: Vere Lorrimer
[Actor]: Ross Salmon

: Children's Television: Treasure Hunt

Norman Cook, Keeper of Guild-hall Museum, tells another exciting story of treasure trove.

Contributors

Presenter: Norman Cook
Devised and presented by: Michael Barsley

: The Weather

: Tonight

A topical programme for all the family.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore.

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore

: Gardening Club

A weekly evening date for enthusiasts to meet Percy Thrower and his gardening friends.
This week Percy Thrower advises on useful garden herbs, plants a hanging basket with fuchsias, and shows how to pot on the spring flowering plants in the cool greenhouse.
Percy Thrower's guest is Stuart Ogg, who discusses dahlias and shows how to propagate them from cuttings and how to divide the tubers.

Contributors

Presenter: Percy Thrower
Guest: Stuart Ogg
Producer: John Furness

: Hey Jeannie!: Jeannie's Here

[Starring] Jeannie Carson in the film series Hey Jeannie!
A second showing of Jeannie's Here

Contributors

Jeannie MacLennan: Jennie Carson

: Go Round Merry

Shirley Abicair invites you to Go Round Merry with her and her guests Humphrey Lyttelton and The Coronets.

Contributors

Singer: Shirley Abicair
Trumpeter: Humphrey Lyttelton
Singers: The Coronets
Orchestra directed by: Sidney Bright
Programme devised by: Bill Lovelock
Producer: Graeme Muir

: My Pal Bob

as told by Denis Goodwin who again unfolds some of the carefully hushed-up secrets of his friend's life featuring Billie Whitelaw and Terence Alexander.
[Starring] Bob Monkhouse

Contributors

Producer: Francis Essex
Narrator: Denis Goodwin
Jill: Billie Whitelaw
Terry: Terence Alexander
Himself: Bob Monkhouse

: The Barrier

by Stephen Grenfell.
12,000 people in Britain go blind every year. David Condon was one of them. He was forty-three, a fitter with twenty years of useful life ahead of him. This dramatised documentary, written with the co-operation of the Royal National Institute for the Blind, tells what happened to him.
See page 7

Contributors

Writer: Stephen Grenfell
Subject: David Condon
Designer: Lawrence Broadhouse
Film sequences - cameraman: Ken Higgins
Film sequences - editor: Ian Callaway
Producer: Leonard Cottrell

: Amateur Boxing

BBC Television Outside Broadcast cameras go to the St. Andrews Hall, Glasgow, for some of the bouts in this year's Scottish Amateur Boxing Association Championships.

Contributors

Commentator: Harry Carpenter
Commentator: John Blair
Presented for television by: Bill Stevenson

: Is This Your Problem?

Edana Romney, Edgar Lustgarten and a group of advisers attempt to throw some light on personal problems brought to the studio by viewers.
Viewers who have problems which they would like to bring to the attention of this programme are invited to write to: Miss Edana Romney, Is This Your Problem?, [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter/devised by: Edana Romney
Presenter/devised by: Edgar Lustgarten
Presented by: Hugh Burnett

: News

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