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: Greenwich Time Signal; The Burns and Allen Show: The Baby Shower

[Starring] George Burns and Gracie Allen in the film "The Baby Shower"

Contributors

Himself: George Burns
Herself: Gracie Allen

: Concert Hour

Gerald Gentry conducts the BBC Midland Light Orchestra (Leader, James Hutcheon) with Irene Kohler (piano), Rohan de Saram (cello) and A Country Interlude of traditional dances and songs, with Fred Jordan, Kenworthy Schofield, and members of the English Folk Dance and Song Society.
Programme introduced by Bruce Trent.
From the BBC's Midland television studio

Contributors

[Orchestra] conductor: Gerald Gentry
Musicians: BBC Midland Light Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: James Hutcheon
Pianist: Irene Kohler
Cellist: Rohan de Saram
Singer: Fred Jordan
Morris dancer: Kenworthy Schofield
Dancers/singers: Members of the English Folk Dance and Song Society.
Presenter: Bruce Trent
Presented by: David Martin
Presented by: Peter Haysom Craddy

: The Brains Trust

meets every Sunday afternoon to answer questions sent by viewers.
The members this week are: Sir John Maud, Professor A. J. Ayer F.B.A., Marghanita Laski, Sir Richard Acland, Bt.
Questions should be addressed to: The Brains Trust, [address removed]

Contributors

Panellist: Sir John Maud
Panellist: Professor A. J. Ayer
Panellist: Marghanita Laski
Panellist: Sir Richard Acland
Question-Master: Norman Fisher
Producer: John Furness

: Sports Special

Sportsview film cameras bring you the highlights of the weekend's sport.
Introduced by Kenneth Wolstenholme.

Contributors

Presenter: Kenneth Wolstenholme
Editor: Paul Fox
Editor: Ronnie Noble
Presented by: Tom Millett

: Children's Television presents: Champion The Wonder Horse

Bad men are trying to prevent the election of an honest politician and they kidnap him to get possession of an incriminating document. His horse goes wild, but is chased and caught by the bandits when they find the document is missing. Searching the saddle-bags they are spotted by Ricky and the hunt is on!

Contributors

The Wonder Horse: Champion
Rebel, the dog: Blaze
Ricky North: Barry Curtis
Uncle Sandy: Jim Bannon

: Children's Television: Lenny The Lion

with Terry Hall.

Contributors

Ventriloquist: Terry Hall

: Children's Television: The Railway Children: 2: Peter's Coal Mine

A serial in eight parts adapted for television from the book by E. Nesbit and produced by Dorothea Brooking.

The action of the serial takes place in the year 1906.

Contributors

Author: E. Nesbit
Adapted by/Producer: Dorothea Brooking
Film Cameraman: Peter Sargent
Film Editor: Ron de Mattos
Designer: Eileen Diss
Bobbie: Anneke Willys
Peter: Cavan Kendall
Phyllis: Sandra Michaels
Porter: Anthony Broughton
Mother: Jean Anderson
Mr. Gill, the stationmaster: Donald Morley
Perks, the porter: Richard Warner

: Children's Television: Sunday Special: The Lord is my Shepherd

George Cansdale brings an orphan to the studio.
(to 18.00)

Contributors

Presenter: George Cansdale

: Greenwich Time Signal; Meeting Point: The Will to Win

Christopher Brasher and Father Anthony Bloom discuss St. Paul's famous comparison between the training of an athlete and the training of a Christian.
Introduced by Huw Wheldon.

Contributors

Presenter: Huw Wheldon
Panellist: Christopher Brasher
Panellist: Father Anthony Bloom
Producer: Oliver Hunkin

: The Jack Benny Programme

[Starring] Jack Benny
(A film series)

Contributors

Comedian: Jack Benny

: What's My Line?

Television's most popular panel game with Isobel Barnett, Barbara Kelly, Bob Monkhouse, Ron Randell.
In the chair: Eamonn Andrews

("What's My Line?" was devised by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman, and is televised by arrangement with C.B.S. and Maurice Winnick)

Contributors

Panellist: Isobel Barnett
Panellist: Barbara Kelly
Panellist: Bob Monkhouse
Panellist: Ron Randell
Chairman: Eamonn Andrews
Devised by: Mark Goodson
Devised by: Bill Todman
Presented by: Harry Carlisle

: Sunday-Night Theatre: Twelfth Night or What You Will

by William Shakespeare
See below and page 7
(Newton Blick is appearing in "Salad Days" at the Vaudeville Theatre; John Moffatt and Maureen Quinney are appearing in "The Country Wife" at the Adelphi Theatre, London)

The action takes place in the country of Illyria.

Contributors

Author: William Shakespeare
Producer: Casper Wrede
Producer: Michael Elliott
Lutenist: Desmond Dupre
Hautboy Player: Alec Whittaker
Musical Arranger/Composer: George Hall
Designer: Stephen Taylor
Orsino, Duke of Illyria: Robert Hardy
Curio: Paul Vieyra
Valentine: David Terence
Viola, later called Cesario: Dilys Hamlett
Captain: Arthur Skinner
Sir Toby Belch, uncle to Olivia: Newton Blick
Maria, maid to Olivia: Priscilla Morgan
Sir Andrew Aguecheek: Graham Crowden
Feste, a clown: James Maxwell
Olivia: Maureen Quinney
Malvolio, steward to Olivia: John Moffatt
Antonio: Eric Thompson
Sebastian, twin to Viola: Nicholas Amer
Fabian: George Hall
Officer: Paul Vieyra
Priest: Arthur Skinner

: Music at Ten

Max Jaffa introduces Joan Heal, Owen Brannigan with The Trio: Max Jaffa (violin), Reginald Kilbey (cello), Jack Byfield (piano) and the Scottish dancer Robert Watson.

(Joan Heal is appearing in "Grab Me a Gondola" at the Lyric Theatre, London; Owen Brannigan appears by permission of Sadler's Wells Trust, Ltd.)

Contributors

Presenter/Violinist (The Trio): Max Jaffa
Singer: Joan Heal
Bass: Owen Brannigan
Cellist (The Trio): Reginald Kilbey
Pianist (The Trio): Jack Byfield
Dancer: Robert Watson
Presented by: Christian Simpson

: The Epilogue: Lent

What is it?
What is it for?
Father Agnellus Andrew O.F.M. shows how the life and words of St. Francis of Assisi help you to find the answer on this first Sunday in Lent.

Contributors

Presenter: Father Agnellus Andrew

: News

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