(Scouts Own) attended by scouts from some of the eighty nations taking part in the Jamboree.
Conducted by The Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council, the Rev. E. Gwyn Evans.
Preacher: The Archbishop of York, The Most Rev. and Rt. Hon. A. M. Ramsey
From the arena of the Jamboree in Sutton Park, Sutton Coldfield
The Service begins with the entry of the Flaps of the Nations, and the truly international character of this Act of Worship is emphasised by the Order of Service which is printed in three languages.
General Sir Rob Lockhart, Deputy Chief Scout and Jamboree Camp Chief, reads the Lesson and the Act of Dedication is led by Col. J. S. Wilson, Hon. President of the Boy Scouts International Committee.
Music by the Creswell Colliery Band
The scene described by the Rev. William Purcell.
The Rev. E. Gwyn
The Most Rev. and Rt. Hon. A. M.
General Sir Rob
Act of Dedication:
Col. J. S.
A weekly date with Percy Thrower and his gardening friends.
This week he advises on: Disbudding dahlias and outdoor flowering chrysanthemums; re-potting arum lilies.
His guest today is Arthur Billitt who helps to identify the various diseases and pests which may be attacking your garden produce at this time of the year.
He also pays a visit to Wisley, with BBC Midland Film Unit, where he is the guest of Frank Knight the Director of the Royal Horticultural Society's Gardens. They take you round the gardens and point out the various places that have been mentioned so often, and give some idea of the trials and research work in progress there at the moment.
Produced by John Farrington in the BBC's Midland television studio
Elise Cserfalvi (violin) plays Mendelssohn's Concerto in E minor with the London Symphony Orchestra.
(Leader, Hugh Maguire)
The programme also includes Weber's Overture: Der Freischutz.
Introduced and conducted by Trevor Harvey.
meets every Sunday afternoon to answer questions sent by viewers.
The members this week are: James Fisher, Margaret Lane, Sir Ifor Evans, Sir Richard Acland, Bt.
Question-Master: Alan Melville
Questions should be addressed to: The Brains Trust, [address removed]
Business is bad for Big Tim Champion and his circus. Elmer, a close friend of Corky's, has an idea which he hopes will be a star attraction for the show.
Unfortunately, Elmer's inventions are not always any too reliable...
The adventures of a Boxer puppy.
Drawn by Tim.
by Charles Dickens.
Made into a television serial play in eight parts by John Keir Cross and produced by Kevin Sheldon.
[Starring] Mervyn Johns and Peter Wyngarde
A man in the Court:
The Marquis St Evremonde:
Gabelle, the Marquis's servant:
A man named Jacques:
Introduced by Hugh David.
The programme includes scenes from the films 'Private's Progress', 'The Smallest Show on Earth', 'The Feminine Touch', 'Holiday Camp', 'The Wages of Fear ' and 'Bicycle Thieves'.
Films by arrangement with British Lion, the Rank Organisation, Films de France Ltd. and Curzon Film Distributors
(A BBC telerecording)
[Starring] Phil Silvers as Sergeant Bilko
The tough new sergeant kicks everyone around, especially Bilko. To tame the brute Ernie is forced to use a life insurance policy and psycho-analytical methods.
Sgt Ernie Bilko:
A special presentation for television including
Snegerov and Galayan (xylophone duettists), Galya Bayazitovna Izmailova with Avner Murdahayevich Barayev (Uzbek dancer and doira player), Andrushenas and Kats (whistling comedians), Boris and Vladimir Voronin (acrobats), Evgeny Gregorievich Avksentiev with his Balalaika
The Fight of the Two Urchins
[Starring] Nikolai Stalnoy
David and Irina Chitashvili (illusionists), Tamarn, Nina, and Valentina (the three singing bandura players), Sofia Mey and loor Nikolayevich Divov with their Puppet Theatre
At the piano: Natalie Tyuleneva and Natalie Stepanova
BBC Northern Dance Orchestra
Conducted by Alyn Ainsworth
From the Playhouse Theatre, Manchester.
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Boris and Vladimir
Performer (The Fight of the Two Urchins):
David and Irina
Tamarn, Nina, and
BBC Northern Dance
[Orchestra] conducted by:
A new play by Arndt Giusti.
[Starring] David Knight, Patrick Allen and Chin Yii
The action takes place in Jeffrey Grant's home in the Napa Valley, California. The time is the present
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A concert of gay music played by the BBC Concert Orchestra
(Leader, William Armon)
Conductor, Vilem Tausky
Guest conductor, Sidney Torch
Owen Brannigan (bass-baritone)
Irving Davies (tap dancer)
Introduced by David Dunhill
Joyeuse Marche... Chabrier
Two traditional Northumbrian Songs
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Drawings by Don Higgins
Two English Dances... Malcolm Arnold
Pantomime and Rondo (Concerto for tap dancer and Orchestra)... Morton Gould
London Transport Suite... Sidney Torch
The Hansom Cab; Rosie the Red Omnibus; The 5.52 from Victorloo
(A new work commissioned by the BBC for the Light Programme Music Festival of 1957 and conducted by the composer)
(Owen Brannigan appears by permission of Sadler's Wells Trust Limited.)
Conducted by the Rev. D. R. Thomas.
Followed by Weather and Close Down
Prayers conducted by:
The Rev. D. R.