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: Mainly for Women: Your Own Time

A magazine of interest and entertainment for younger women.

The Picture and the Painter
Adrian Hill talks about paintings and introduces Hervey Adams R.B.A.

Musical Craftsmen
Ernest Lant -violin maker

News Strikes Home

For Your Entertainment
The Malcolm Mitchell Trio

Introduced by Vera McKechnie.

Quick and Easy Dressmaking: 23 - Summer or Evening Blouse
A French design filmed by Radiodiffusion-Television Francaise
Demonstrated by Diana Crutchley.

A pamphlet, containing photographs, gives instructions for making the garments to be described in this second Quick and Easy Dressmaking series. This pamphlet is available (price 1s.) from [address removed] (Crossed postal order, please -not stamps). A folder for Women's Television Notes may be obtained from the same address-price 2s.

Contributors

Item presenter (The Picture and the Painter): Adrian Hill
Guest (The Picture and the Painter): Hervey Adams
Item presenter (Musical Craftsmen): Ernest Lant
Reporter (News Strikes Home): Geoffrey Johnson Smith
Musicians (For Your Entertainment): The Malcolm Mitchell Trio
Presenter: Vera McKechnie
Producer: Joyce Bullen
Dressmaker/presenter (Quick and Easy Dressmaking): Diana Crutchley

: Watch with Mother: The Flowerpot Men

For the Very Young
(to 16.00)

: Children's Television presents: Kidnapped: 1: The House of Shaws

A serial in six parts from the book by Robert Louis Stevenson.
Adapted and produced by Joy Harington.
Dramatised by Kenneth Anderson.
Period: 1752

Contributors

Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
Adapter/producer: Joy Harington
Dramatised by: Kenneth Anderson
Designer: Lawrence Broadhouse
Film sequences - Cameraman: Peter Sargent
Film sequences - Editor: Ron de Mattos
The Rev Colin Campbell, Minister of Essendean: Duncan McIntyre
David Balfour: Leo Maguire
Ebenezer Balfour: John Laurie
Ransome, a cabin boy: Ian Thompson
Landlord of The Hawes Inn: John Dunbar
Captain Hoseason: Willoughby Gray
Mr Riach: Kenneth Watson
Mr Shuan: Colin Douglas
First sailor: Patrick Milner
Second sailor: Kenneth Warren

: Children's Television: Shirley Abicair's Merry-Go-Round

on which you meet Humphrey Lyttelton, Geoffrey Robinson, Kim the Keeshond, The Sidney Bright Quartet with songs, conjuring, and another tale of Tumbarumba.

Contributors

Presenter: Shirley Abicair
Trumpeter: Humphrey Lyttelton
Magician: Geoffrey Robinson
Musicians: The Sidney Bright Quartet
Script: Bill Lovelock
Producer: John Hunter-Blair

: The Weather

: News

: Tonight

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

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore
Reporter: Derek Hart
Reporter: Geoffrey Johnson Smith
Singer/guitarist: Cy Grant
Producer: Alasdair Milne

: Amos 'n' Andy: Amnesia

[Starring] Amos 'n' Andy in the film Amnesia
Kingfish decides to turn over a new leaf and be honest. But when Andy is foolish enough to trust him with fifty dollars his memory goes and so does the money.

: Your Army NOW

: Villette: Part 6

by Charlotte Bronte.
Adapted for television in six weekly instalments by Ada F. Kay.
[Starring] Jill Bennett, Michael Warre, Marda Vanne
Scene: The school and the town of Villette

While Graham and Paulina are rejoicing in the prospect of their forthcoming marriage Madame Beck's vigilance permits no meeting between Paul and Lucy. On the night of the fete-when Ginevra elopes with de Hamal-Lucy, forsaking all hope of seeing Paul before he leaves, wanders forlornly into the town. She does see Paul-but with his ward and in circumstances which give substance to the suspicions planted by Madame Beck.

Contributors

Author: Charlotte Bronte
Adapted by: Ada F. Kay
Producer: Barbara Burnham
Designer: Frederick Knapman
Lucy Snowe: Jill Bennett
Madame Beck: Marda Vanne
Professor Paul Emanuel: Michael Warre
Mile Zelie St Pierre: Hazel Hughes
Rosine: Mairhi Russell
Mrs Cholmondley: Lucille Lisle
Justine Marie: Susan Lyall Grant
Lord Bassonpear: Godfrey Kenton
Count Alfred de Hamal: Roger Gage
Ginevra Fanshawe: Pamela Buck
Schoolgirl: Juleen Clow
Schoolgirl: Maureen Gander
Schoolgirl: Anna Horvath
Schoolgirl: Marina Jacovides
Schoolgirl: Jane Whitehead
Schoolgirl: Valerie Winer

: Sportsview

Peter Dimmock introduces Sportsview
Television's weekly sports magazine for the family.
including
My View of Sport by Sir Stanley Rous, C.B.E., J.P., Secretary of the Football Association.

Contributors

Presenter: Peter Dimmock
Speaker(My View of Sport): Sir Stanley Rous
Editor: Paul Fox
Editor: Ronnie Noble
Presented by: Bryan Cowgill

: Those Wonderful Shows

Recalled by 'The First Nighter' Peter Graves.
A series of six programmes featuring the music of famous stage and film shows.
With Frank Chacksfield and his Studio Orchestra, Vanessa Lee, Elizabeth Larner,
Grace O'Connor, Denis Martin, John Hewer, Robert Webber, Jonathan Meddings,
The Studio Dancers and Singers.

Contributors

The First Nighter: Peter Graves
Producer: Charles R. Rogers
Musicians: Frank Chacksfield and his Studio Orchestra
Singer: Vanessa Lee
Singer: Elizabeth Larner
Singer: Grace O'Connor
Singer: Denis Martin
Singer: John Hewer
Singer: Robert Webber
Singer: Jonathan Meddings
Script: Frank Baker
Designer: Richard Wilmot
Production numbers staged by: Denys Palmer
Musical Associate: James Turner

: Portraits of Power: 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.

Franklin D. Roosevelt 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








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