(Wenvoe, Blaen-Plwyf, Holme Moss, and Sutton Coldfield only)
For the Very Young
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Peter Hawkins speaks the voices
Maria Bird writes the songs and music
(A BBC television film)
tor three-year-olds over the Old Mile
2.30 The Richmond Stakes
for two-year-olds, over six furlongs
3.10 The Goodwood Stakes
A handicap race for three-year-olds and upwards, over two miles and three furlongs
Clive Graham identifies the horses and jockeys in the Parade Ring before each race.
Parade Ring commentator:
A comedy film with Joan Caulfield as a young author who hates men, and David Niven as a journalist sent to interview her. He tells her she lacks sex appeal, and she sets out to prove him wrong.
(Previously televised on April 19)
Peter West takes the chair and poses the questions to two young teams. If the teams do not know the answer they ask their 'Dads' for help.
The 'Dads': Tony Hart and Brian Johnston
Mystery voice: James Urquhart
Panellist (The Dads):
Panellist (The Dads):
Alan Villiers, Peter Scott and Uffa Fox discuss Yachts and Yachting
This afternoon's programme shows many different types of yacht, including the twelve-metre Sceptre, which is challenging for the America's Cup this year.
(A BBC telerecording)
On transmitters serving the areas
News from Wales: 6.15-6.20
Viewers whose sets are tuned to Rowridge will see Sir Ian Jacob, Director-General of the BBC, talking from the new Southampton studio, between 6.15 and 6.20
[Starring] Dolores Del Rio and Cesar Romero
(A film in the Star Choice series)
John Arlott introduces A Port and its People
The growth of this great seaport is rooted in its waterway. From the town, the docks, and waterfront, television cameras recall a century of progress, and look at Southampton today.
in which Fred Emney entertains at the piano.
Cricket: close of play scores
In which Perry Como plays host to Star Guests:
Patti Pace, Dave Barry and Eddie Hodges with The Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra, The Ray Charles Singers, The Louis Da Pron Dancers.
The Mitchell Ayres'
The Ray Charles
The Louis Da Pron
The huge extinct volcanic crater of Ngorongoro, in Tanganyika, some twelve miles across, is one of the richest big game areas remaining in Africa.
Today it is a National Park; whether it will remain a sanctuary for wild animals in the future is now a matter of public concern. In this programme, the last of their present series, Armand and Michaela Denis record the variety of wild life that forms the natural heritage of this part of Africa.
Written by Whitfield Cook.
In which television brings you great moments of history with the news coverage of today.
with Robert Osterloh, Roy Engel, Barry Atwater, Rico Alaniz, Tyler MacVey, Paul Birch, Michael Emmet, Dabbs Greer, Stanley Farrus, John Alvin, DeForest Kelly, William Dwyer, Robert Patten
(A Columbia Broadcasting System Film presentation)
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General Philip Sheridan:
General Ulysees S. Grant:
General Robert E. Lee:
Introduced by Peter Dimmock.
Sportsview goes to Moscow
Television's weekly sports magazine sends its film cameras to the Soviet Union for International Athletics: U.S.S.R. v. U.S.A.
A special report from Sportsview's camera team in Moscow on the international athletic match of the year, between the Soviet Union and the United States of America.
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featuring Rosemary Squires and Benny Lee with Reginald Guest and his Orchestra.
Reginald Guest and his
Richard Dimbleby takes you round the British Pavilions to show you some of the British display which has become such an attraction for the millions of visitors to the Exhibition.
By arrangement with the Flemish Service of Belgian Television, directed by Rik Van Den Abbeele
Rik van Den