Your Own Time
A magazine of interest and entertainment for younger women.
Fay Smyth talks to Alex Macintosh about some of her impressions.
Hair styles that you can have copied at your local salon.
News Strikes Home
Sticks and Stones
Margot Hirons makes decorative arrangements from unusual material.
The Four Ramblers
Introduced by Vera McKechnie.
Design Review: Choosing Your Chairs
Chosen from The Design Centre and discussed by Moira Hallifax and a designer.
The Design Centre, situated in Haymarket, London, S.W.I, is the Council of Industrial Design's permanent exhibition of goods selected for their high standard of "design-using design", that is, in its fundamental sense to embrace good materials, good workmanship and appearance, and functional efficiency. Examples of most of the things needed in the home and office are shown there, and all of them are available in the shops. Nothing is actually sold in the Centre itself, but there is an information service to answer visitors' enquiries and, as far as possible, to put them in touch with retailers in their locality.
Presenter (Your Own Time):
Interviewee (Africa Revisited):
Interviewer (Africa Revisited):
Research (News Strikes Home):
Reporter (News Strikes Home):
Item presenter (Sticks and Stones):
Presenter (Design Review):
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)
[Starring] Eamonn Andrews
with Joe Baker and Jack Douglas, "Mr. Grumble", Eddie Mendoza and his Band,
"Double or Drop" and a guest artist.
("Double or Drop" is devised by Eamonn Andrews; Eddie Mendoza is appearing at Butlin's Ocean Hotel, Brighton)
Presenter/"Double or Drop" devised by:
Eddie Mendoza and his
A topical programme for all the family.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore.
A Francis Durbridge serial in six episodes.
[Starring] Tony Britton and Duncan Lamont in a second showing of The Other Man
(A BBC telerecording)
An Italian called Rocello, now known to have been an ace frogman, has been found murdered in a houseboat. The boat belongs to Cooper, who has disappeared, though he remains in touch with David Henderson, the housemaster who has been seen near the houseboat at crucial moments by Katherine Walters, the doctor's niece, and by Billie Reynolds, a gay type who also lives on the river. Henderson visits her, ostensibly to play chess...
by Michael Pertwee and Roland Pertwee.
First Police Constable:
Second Police Constable:
(Mrs. Harry Lewis)
Berkeley Smith, with Outside Broadcast cameras, visits one of Britain's most popular entertainers and her husband at their home in Finchley, North London.
post that mentions
Introduced by Eric Robinson
with Hilde Gueden, Joyce Grenfell, Yoko Kono, Belinda Wright and John Gilpin, Raymond Cohen, Audrey Attwood, Elizabeth Boyd, Ursula Connors, Ellen Dales, Gillian Knight, Doreen Lane, Nora Ogonovsky, Desmond Ainsworth, Bowles Bevan, Edgar Fleet, John Holmes, John Mitchinson, Brendan O'Dowda, Donald Scott
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader, Steven Staryk)
(Belinda Wright and John Gilpin are appearing with the Festival Ballet at the New Theatre, Oxford)
Introduced by Peter Dimmock.
Tonight's special item:
Joe Davis challenges all snooker players
The first in a new series
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Actor of the Year - Paul Scofield
Presented by Henry Sherek
Actress of the Year - Mary Ure
Presented by Robert Dhery
Most Promising Newcomer - Elizabeth Seal
Presented by Barry Nelson
Personality of the Year - Tommy Trinder
Presented by Barbara Kelly
Chief Barker, M.J. Frankovich
King for the Day, Laurence Harvey
An edited telerecording of yesterday's presentation at the Savoy Hotel, London.
(Barry Nelson is appearing in "No Time for Sergeants" at Her Majesty's Theatre; Mary Ure is in "A View from the Bridge" at the Comedy Theatre; Robert Dhery is in "La Plume de Ma Tante" at the Garrick Theatre; Elizabeth Seal is in "The Pajama Game" at the London Coliseum; Laurence Harvey is in "The Country Wife" at the Adelphi Theatre, London)
King for the Day:
Presented for television by:
What do the Americans do with their leisure?
Produced and directed for the BBC and for the United States Information Agency by Don Cash.
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