A weekly date with Percy Thrower and his gardening friends.
This week he advises on: Propagating some of the favourite rockery plants; sowing the seed of Alyssum Saxatile; planting cabbage, savoy, and autumn broccoli and the cuttings of Regal Pelargoniums.
Frank Knight, Director of the R.H.S. Gardens at Wisley, which are famed for their wonderful collection of plants, trees, and shrubs, brings to the studio some of the more interesting plants taken from various parts of the gardens.
A story of the Liszt Piano Competition held last year in Budapest, with the winner, Lev Nicolaievitch Vlasenko, playing part of the First Piano Concerto.
Leonard Cassini, who compiled and who introduces this film, interviews the great Hungarian composer Zoltan Kodaly and some of the British competitors.
Filmed in Budapest by the Hungarian Documentary Film Unit in association with Leonard Cassini
Direct from Marseilles
A journey of exploration with Commandant Jacques Yves Cousteau and his team of divers who are operating with outside broadcast cameras above and below the waters of the Mediterranean south of Marseilles skilled divers focus under-water cameras on the wrecks of an ancient Greek galley and the S.S. Dalton, a later victim of the sea.
On board the under-water research ship Calypso: Wynford Vaughan Thomas
With the divers: Bob Danvers-Walker
Presented for Television by the Outside Broadcasts Department of Radiodiffusion-Television Francaise and Robin Scott
Commandant Jacques Yves
Presented for Television by:
meets every Sunday afternoon to answer questions sent by viewers.
The members this week are: Sir Ifor Evans, Marghanita Laski, Ruth Pitter, Professor Alexander Kennedy.
Question-Master, Bernard Braden
Questions should be addressed to: The Brains Trust, [address removed]
Old Fritz, who was formerly a top-line circus clown, has fallen on bad times. Joey and Corky help him to make a comeback, but things don't go well for Fritz till a killer-horse gets loose....
Joey, the Clown:
Big Tim Champion:
with Harry Corbett.
John Buchan's exciting mystery.
Adapted by Judith Kerr.
[Starring] James Hayter and Richard Wordsworth
Richard Wordsworth and James Hayter in the story of Huntingtower at 5.35
What was the secret of the great deserted house overlooking the sea from the lonely peninsula on the Scottish coast? Why was the house so closely guarded by the silent men who would have no dealings with their neighbours' in the village below? In Judith Kerr's adaptation of John Buchan's most exciting novel Huntingtower you can see how chance brought together strange partners to solve the mystery. A retired grocer, a poet, and a band of tough, ragged Gorbals Boy Scouts combine forces to uncover the secret.
The grocer, Dickson McCunn, will be played by James Hayter, well known to all viewers and filmgoers, and making his first appearance in a Children's serial. John Heritage, the poet, will be played by Richard Wordsworth, and Dougal, the leader of the Gorbals Diehards by Leo Maguire who will be remembered for his performance in Kidnapped.
post that mentions
The Rev. Austen Williams, Vicar of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London, invites boys and girls to the studio and hopes to be able to answer their questions.
Send your questions on a postcard to 'What's Your Question?', [address removed]
The Rev. Austen
Sir Edward Villiers, Scott Hutchison, Brian Hession
Three men with first-hand knowledge of suffering discuss the power and insight which faith in Christ has given them.
The programme arranged and introduced by Ronald Falconer.
Viewers' questions on Suffering will be answered in 'Meeting Point' by the same speakers next Sunday. Questions should be addressed to: 'Meeting Point', [address removed]
The programme arranged and introduced by:
[Starring] Phil Silvers as Sergeant Bilko
Sergeant Bilko uses army regulations to acquire a jeep. His plan is foiled by another sergeant who turns out to be a woman. Bilko has to change his tactics.
by Iain MacCormick.
[Starring] Michael Goodliffe, Alec McCowen, Olga Lindo, William Lucas
Scene: An English provincial town
Time: The present
[Starring] Pat Kirkwood
Co-starring Hubert Gregg and this week's special guest, Tony Britton
with Ernest Butcher, Irving Davies, Terence Theobald, Bob Stevenson
The Concert Orchestra
Conducted by Stanley Black
Jacqueline Mackenzie in Clacton
A British holiday camp is worlds away from Tripoli or Rome, but Jacqueline Mackenzie takes this all in her stride. This week she has come home to the East Coast where the characters and situations, seen through her eyes, can be just as surprising.
play Sonata No. 5 in F, Op. 24 (The Spring Sonata) (Beethoven)
Especially for sufferers and those who care for them.
Conducted by the Rev. Hugh Douglas of the Parish Church of Dundee (St. Mary's).
Followed by Weather and Close Down
Prayers conducted by:
The Rev. Hugh