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: County Cricket: Lancashire v. Yorkshire

Last day's play at Old Trafford.
(to 13.30)

Contributors

Commentator: Brian Johnston
Television presentation: Ray Lakeland

: County Cricket: Lancashire v. Yorkshire

From Old Trafford.

: Mainly for Women: Family Affairs

Having Your Baby: 12 - Six Weeks After
The last in a series of programmes arranged in co-operation with the Maternity and Infant Welfare Department of University College Hospital, London.

Families of Other Lands
Barbara and Inge Oustedal talk about Norway.

Introduced by Betty Lait.

and
Tell Me Doctor
Dr. Winifred de Kok discusses viewers' letters.
Letters should be sent to: Dr. Winifred de Kok, [address removed]

Contributors

Film cameraman (Having Your Baby): Ken Higgins
Film Editor (Having Your Baby): Sheila S. Tomlinson
Interviewer (Having Your Baby): Gwen Farrow
Interviewee (Families of Other Lands): Barbara Oustedal
Interviewee (Families of Other Lands): Inge Oustedal
Presenter: Betty Lait
Producer: Beryl Radley
Presenter (Tell Me Doctor): Dr. Winifred de Kok

: County Cricket: Lancashire v. Yorkshire

From Old Trafford.

: Watch with Mother: Andy Pandy

For the Very Young
Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your children and invites them to join in songs and games.
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs

Contributors

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

: County Cricket: Lancashire v. Yorkshire

From Old Trafford.

: Children's Television presents..

The Double Act
by Richard Baldwyn.

5.30 Naval Helicopters
A film showing how helicopters are used in rescue work.

Contributors

Writer (The Double Act): Richard Baldwyn
Producer (The Double Act): Dorothea Brooking
Designer (The Double Act): Eileen Diss
Ken Laker: Anthony Woodruff
Alma Laker, his wife: Armine Sandford
Their daughters: June: Lesley Hunt
Brenda: Caroline Denzil
The Colonel: John Harvey
Constable Cuthbert: Richard Pearson
Inspector Joyce: Patrick Waddington

: The Weather

: Tonight

Look around with Cliff Michelmore.
Sport - Music - People - Politics
Travel-Theatre-Cinema
with Derek Hart and Geoffrey Johnson Smith.

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore
Reporter: Derek Hart
Reporter: Geoffrey Johnson Smith
Producer: Donald Baverstock

: Beauty Box

Patricia Lewis introduces a lighthearted entertainment with Arthur English, The Brunette Toppers, Nat Temple and his Orchestra.

Contributors

Presenter: Patricia Lewis
Comedian: Arthur English
Dancers: The Brunette Toppers
Musicians: Nat Temple and his Orchestra
Dance direction: Larry Gordon
Producer: Richard Afton

: The Billy Cotton Band Show

Billy Cotton calls 'Wakey, Wakey' in The Billy Cotton Band Show.
with Alan Breeze, Kathie Kay.
Also involved: Emmwood, The High-Lights, The Leslie Roberts Silhouettes
and guest star, Beryl Reid

Contributors

Presenter/Bandleader: Billy Cotton
Musicians: The Billy Cotton Band
Singer: Alan Breeze
Singer: Kathie Kay
Artist: Emmwood
Singers: The High-Lights
Dancers: The Leslie Roberts Silhouettes
Guest star: Beryl Reid
Scriptwriter: Jimmy Grafton
Additional material: Eddie Gurney
Additional material: Arthur Pastor
Choreographer/Associate Producer: Leslie Roberts
Production: Bill Cotton Jnr.

: Osborne House


Holiday Home of Queen Victoria
A visit to the private and state apartments of Queen Victoria's marine residence in the Isle of Wight, which the Prince Consort helped to design.
These Royal apartments have remained practically unaltered since Queen Victoria's death at Osborne in 1901.
Introduced by Richard Dimbleby.
at 8.15

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Dimbleby
Producer: Nicholas Crocker

: I Married Joan: Changing Houses

[Starring] Joan Davis in the film series I Married Joan

Joan and her friend Mabel swap houses, but Joan decides that modernistic furnishing is not for her.

Contributors

Joan Stevens: Joan Davis

: Job for the Boy

A likely comedy by Dennis Driscoll.
From the BBC's North of England studios

There is a persistent social distinction even today between the man in the white collar and the small bowler hat, with the polished shoes and the puttee-tight umbrella, and the shirt-sleeved mechanic with grease under his fingernails. It has nothing to do with earning capacity or brains or usefulness, but it is there, this prestige of the 'clean job', and it is part of the ambition of many parents among what used to be called the working class to see their sons elevated into, say, insurance offices or banks. Maggie Lomax in Dennis Driscoll's play is the anxious spokeswoman for these aspirations. She has seen her boy David win a scholarship to the university and graduate with a degree fitting him, she is confident, for a clean and respectable career-possibly at the Town Hall, which is evidently her ideal of cleanliness and respectability.
But David is of a new generation that has not inherited the old snobberies, and he comes home with the dismaying determination to take a technical post in a coalmine.

Contributors

Writer: Dennis Driscoll
Producer: Vivian A. Daniels
Designer: Kenneth Lawson
Walter Lomax: Fred Fairclough
Maggie Lomax his wife: Violet Carson
Patience, their daughter: Valerie Miller
David, their son: Brian Tipping Codd
Amos Entwistle: Herbert Smith
Dwight 'Shiner' Schuleman: William Greene
Lady Ariadne Crofleld: Margaret Anderson

: The Fifteenth Ally

A report on the people of Western Germany which twelve years ago was an enemy, and is now our ally in the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.

Contributors

Commentator: Alan Bullock
Cameraman: Jacques Curtis
Director: Henry Sandoz
Presented for Television by: Andrew Miller Jones

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