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: Mainly for Women presents: Family Affairs

Problems of Living
The 'Family Affairs' panel of experts discusses problems sent by viewers.
Dr. Winifred de Kok, John Watson, Mary Green, Professor C.A. Coulson.
Olive Shapley in the chair.
Letters to the panel should be sent to: 'Family Affairs', [address removed]

and
Careering with Constance: 2: Setting the Traps
Alaskan Adventure with Constance Paul.

Contributors

Panellist (Problems of Living): Dr. Winifred de Kok
Panellist (Problems of Living): John Watson
Panellist (Problems of Living): Mary Green
Panellist (Problems of Living): Professor C. A. Coulson
Chairman (Problems of Living): Olive Shapley
Producer (Problems of Living): Beryl Radley
Presenter (Careering with Constance): Constance Paul
Presented by (Careering with Constance): Richard Gilbert

: Watch with Mother: Andy Pandy

For the Very Young
Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your small children and invites them to join in songs and games.
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
(A BBC Television Film)
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Narrator/Script, music, and settings: Maria Bird
Puppeteer: Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer: Molly Gibson
Singer: Gladys Whitred

: Children's Television presents: Mr. Sheridan's Umbrella

by L. A. G. Strong.
Adapted for television and produced by David Goddard.
[Starring] Miceal Mac Liammoir

One hundred and fifty years ago Brighthelmstone or, as we now call it, Brighton, was one of the centres of fashion- a watering place, founded by the Prince Regent, where fashionable crazes abounded. One such craze was the umbrella. Now a symbol of respectability, the umbrella was then considered by some to be a monstrosity.
L. A. G. Strong, one of Britain's foremost literary figures, has written a charming play with this background. He introduces us to Mr. Maitland, who makes umbrellas, and his son, Will, who is ashamed of his father's trade. Colin, an actor friend, invites Will to meet Richard Brinsley Sheridan, the esteemed actor-manager, playwright and Member of Parliament, with whom they become involved over a dangerous caricature of the Prince Regent.

Contributors

Writer: L. A. G. Strong
Adapter/producer: David Goddard
Designer: Gordon Roland
Old gentleman: Arthur Hosking
Tony Boscastle: Roger Ostime
First young lady: Myra Lowdon
Second young lady: Barbara Leslie
Marjorie Maitland: Margaret Anderson
Mr Maitland: Gerald Andersen
Will Maitland: Hugh Dickson
Colin Egan: Desmond Jordan
Richard Brinsley Sheridan: Miceal Mac Liammoir
Sergeant Curran: Robert Hunter
Moses: Joe Greig
Gregory: Nigel Arkwright
Stage-door keeper: John Bascomb
Man: Terry Baker
Other parts played by: Dorothy Edwards
Other parts played by: Roy Adams
Other parts played by: Geraldine Hagan
Other parts played by: Alexander Beaumont
Other parts played by: Dorothy White
Other parts played by: Anthony Finnegan

: Children's Television: Tomorrow is the Take-Off

On the night of January 26 outside broadcast commentators went to London Airport to see pilots and air hostesses learn their exacting jobs.
In this telerecording Berkeley Smith shows you over the latest British European Airways aircraft, the Viscount 800, and Raymond Baxter handles the controls under actual service conditions-well, almost!
(A BBC Telerecording)

Contributors

Presenter: Berkeley Smith
Presenter: Raymond Baxter
Edited and produced by: Peter Webber

: The Weather

: Tonight

Look around with Cliff Michelmore.
Sport - Music - People - Politics
Travel - Theatre - Cinema
with Derek Hart, Geoffrey Johnson Smith and this week: Shirley Eaton

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore
Presenter: Derek Hart
Presenter: Geoffrey Johnson Smith
Singer/dancer: Shirley Eaton

: Beauty Box

Harriette Johns introduces a light-hearted entertainment with Jack Train, Peter Cavanagh, The Blonde Toppers, Nat Temple and his Orchestra.

Contributors

Presenter: Harriette Johns
Comedian: Jack Train
Impressionist: Peter Cavanagh
Dancers: The Blonde Toppers
Musicians: Nat Temple and his Orchestra
Dance direction: Larry Gordon
Producer: Richard Afton

: News

: Vera Lyn Sings

See foot of page

Contributors

Singer: Vera Lynn

: For People: By People: New Life: New Hope: New Home

How one man and his friends built a village round a clinic and reunited disabled ex-Servicemen with the families they would otherwise have seen only at visiting time.
From the Thistle Foundation, Edinburgh.

Contributors

Commentator: Max Robertson
Commentator: Jameson Clark
Producer: James Buchan

: I Married Joan

First film in a new series.
[Starring] Joan Davis

Contributors

Joan Stevens: Joan Davis

: The Late Edwina Black

See columns 1 and 2 and page 10

: Portraits of Power: 3: Franklin D. Roosevelt

Written by Robert McKenzie and Huw Wheldon.
Introduced by Robert McKenzie.
Four programmes illustrating the nature of the power wielded in their separate and differing ways by Hitler, Gandhi, Roosevelt, and Stalin.

Based on authentic records, on film, from official and commercial archives.
Including evidence from: Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Raymond Moley, Hamilton Fish,
Lyle Wilson, Raymond Swing, Frank Kluckhohn, Ernest K. Lindley.

Contributors

Writer/presenter: Robert McKenzie
Writer/producer: Huw Wheldon
Interviewee: Eleanor Roosevelt
Interviewee: Raymond Moley
Interviewee: Hamilton Fish
Interviewee: Lyle Wilson
Interviewee: Raymond Swing
Interviewee: Frank Kluckhohn
Interviewee: Ernest K. Lindley
Designer: Norman James
Research Assistant: Therese Denny
Film Editor: Keith Latham

: News

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