A programme for children at home.
Storyteller this week, Eileen Colwell
Gordon Wilkins covers the world of motoring.
How many new cars will there be in the New Year and how much will they cost to buy and run? Will the 6d. extra stay on petrol? Will insurance and hire purchase cost more?
A New Year's Eve preview of prices and prospects for the motorist in 1965.
Written by Richard Wade.
Ludovic Kennedy introduces this weekly programme on the expanding world of leisure with Jeremy James, Christopher Rainbow.
James Bond's heavy artillery... Francis Chichester talking about the leak that nearly sank his boat in mid-Atlantic ... Brian Nally describing his night with an injured companion on the north face of the Eiger... The Lewes man who said 'We'll always burn the Pope'... The sale of the most expensive piece of furniture in the world... A twelve-metre yacht and a steam engine at speed...
These are a few of the moments recorded by Time Out since April.
Tonight's programme looks back - and forward - at the way people find excitement and pleasure from the other side of life.
A comedy film series featuring an intrepid trio who prove that two's company.
Starring Don Galloway, Joyce Bulifant and Steve Franken
Dr. Tom Gentry:
Dr. Dick Moran:
Written by Peter Elliott.
Another look at the most memorable news stories of the year as filmed by BBC and newsfilm agency cameramen at home and abroad.
Film edited by:
by J. B. Priestley.
(Newton Blick is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre Company)
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On BBC-2 at 10.15 When We Are Married
The well-worn phrase 'agonising reappraisal' perhaps best describes the psychological process of the characters in tonight's play. In this J.B. Priestley comedy, three married couples, who have gathered to celebrate communally their silver weddings, suddenly find that they were not actually married twenty-five years before. This news leads to an evening of shattering readjustment for the Helliwells, the Parkers, and the Soppitts. A strong cast, including Gwendolyn Watts and George A. Cooper, has been assembled.
Alderman Joseph Helliwell:
Councillor Albert Parker:
The Rev. Clement Mercer:
Welcome the New Year with stars and celebrities.
Pat Campbell presents non-stop beat.
Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas, The Kinks, The Merseybeats, The Graham Bond Organisation, Christine Holmes, Ray Singer
Peter and the Headlines play Hitsville '64
11.57 David Jacobs and the Gang see in the New Year
12.5 Davy Kaye presents Beat Cabaret
Starring P. J. Proby, The Rockin' Berries, Julie Rogers, Les Beat Room Can-Can Ladies.
Davy Kaye is appearing in 'Puss-in-Boots' at The Granada, Brixton
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Billy J. Kramer with the
The Graham Bond
Peter and the
David Jacobs and the
Item presenter (Beat Cabaret):
Singer (Beat Cabaret):
Band (Beat Cabaret):
Singer (Beat Cabaret):
Dancers (Beat Cabaret):
Les Beat Room Can-Can