A second showing of the series in which Dr. Hans Hass and his wife present films shot during their explorations below the sea.
Gerald Gentry conducts the BBC Midland Light Orchestra
(Leader, James Hutcheon)
with Jacqueline Delman, Marcosignori, the Italian accordion virtuoso and Dorita and Pepe singing and playing Spanish folk songs.
Programme introduced by Bruce Trent.
From the BBC's Midland television studio
BBC Midland Light
[Starring] George Burns and Gracie Allen in the film The Missing Witness
meets every Sunday afternoon to answer questions sent by viewers.
The members this week are: Bertrand Russell, O.M., F.B.S., Sir John Maud, Marghanita Laski, Sir Richard Acland, Bt.
Question-Master: Bernard Braden
Questions should be addressed to: The Brains Trust, [address removed]
post that mentions
24 January 2016
When a bandit is captured the gang will stick at nothing to rescue him, and what does it matter to them if a marshal gets shot? But to get across the border takes money and plenty of it, and if a bride has to lose her diamonds-well, that's just too bad. Or so the outlaws think-but Champion and his friends have other ideas.
The Wonder Horse:
Rebel, the dog:
Ann Hogarth presents Muffin the Mule
with Jan Bussell
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.
The old gentleman:
Mr. Gill, the stationmaster:
Perks, the porter:
The Rev. Vivian Symons and his parishioners at Biggin Hill have just started to rebuild, with their own hands, the church they have moved from Peckham. With film and models he shows how the work is being done.
The Rev. Vivian
Introduced by Hugh David.
The programme includes scenes from the films "The Overlanders", "Hamlet", "Monsieur Hulot's Holiday", and "Paisa".
(Films by arrangement with the Rank Organisation, Films de France Ltd., and Film Traders, Ltd.)
for the visit of H.M. The Queen and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh.
Television's most popular panel game, with Isobel Barnett, Bob Monkhouse, David Nixon, Eric Robinson.
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)
(See columns 1 and 2 and page 7)
by Fritz Hochwaelder
Translated by Kitty Black
[Starring] Alan Badel, Patricia Jessel and Laurence Payne
The action takes place in the office of the Public Prosecutor of the French Republic. The date is August 20, 1794.
(Alan Badel appears by courtesy of British Lion Films, Ltd.)
Fouquier-Tinville, the Public Prosecutor:
Grebeauval, his Private Secretary:
Tallien, Leader of the Government:
Sanson, the Chief Executioner:
Montane, a retired judge:
Theresia, Tallien's wife:
Fabricius, a young revolutionary:
Heron, a landlord:
An entertainment given by the BBC Concert Orchestra
(Leader, John Sharpe)
Conductor, Vilem Tausky
Baritone: Raimund Herincx
Programme introduced by David Peel
(Anya Linden, Merle Park, David Blair, Peter Clegg and Keith Milland appear by permission of the General Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Ltd.)
Ballets produced by:
Conducted by the Rev. Douglas Stewart.
Weather and Close Down
The Rev. Douglas