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: NEWS REVIEW

for the deaf and hard of hearing A look at the news of the week with film from all over the world and a commentary that can be seen as well as heard
Presenter, Michael De Morgan
Translator, Ruth Leeds
Producer, BILL Northwood

Contributors

Unknown: Ruth Leeds

: THE WORLD ABOUT US

A series of films from all over the world about our astonishing planet and the creatures that live on it
GRIZZLY!
Commentary by Anthony Smith
The Grizzly Bear has roamed North America for a million years
The invention of the repeating rifle brought the feared and hated bear to the point of extinction, but today's inventions are to the Grizzly's advantage
Scientific devices are enabling
John and Frank Craighead to discover the secrets of the great bear so that it may be preserved
Produced by IRWIN ROSTEN A National Geographic film produced in association with Wolper Productions inc.
Presented by Suzanne Gibbs from the South and West
See colour feature on centre pages

Contributors

Commentary By: Anthony Smith
Unknown: Frank Craighead
Produced By: Irwin Rosten
Presented By: Suzanne Gibbs

: AND ANOTHER THING....

with Robert Erskine
Pebbles from the Moon may turn out to be the curiosities of the space age, but in the seventeenth century porcelain from China seemed to come from just as far away

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Erskine

: The CHARLIE DRAKE Show

starring
Charlie Drake with HENRY McGEE
THE THREE BELLS
The George Mitchell Singers
The Show Dancers
Jean Marlow , Michael Beint
Anthony Dawes , Steve Plytas
Brian Vaughan , Dervis Ward
Susan Payne , Jeffrey Chandler
Robert Fountain
The Volantes
Musical director, ARTHUR WILKINSON
Choreography by Peter Gordeno Written by CHARLIE DRAKE
Designer, John Burrowes
Produced by ERNEST MAXIN

Contributors

Unknown: Charlie Drake
Unknown: Henry McGee
Singers: George Mitchell
Dancers: Jean Marlow
Dancers: Michael Beint
Dancers: Anthony Dawes
Dancers: Steve Plytas
Unknown: Brian Vaughan
Unknown: Dervis Ward
Unknown: Susan Payne
Unknown: Jeffrey Chandler
Unknown: Robert Fountain
Director: Arthur Wilkinson
Choreography By: Peter Gordeno
Written By: Charlie Drake
Designer: John Burrowes
Produced By: Ernest Maxin

: CALL MY BLUFF

A duel of words and wit between
MICHAEL FLANDERS with JO ROWBOTTOM
TONY BRITTON and PATRICK CAMPBELL with JULIE HARRIS
KENNETH HORNE
Referee. ROBERT ROBINSON
Devised by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman
Produced by JOHNNY Downes

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Flanders
Unknown: Jo Rowbottom
Unknown: Tony Britton
Unknown: Patrick Campbell
Unknown: Julie Harris
Unknown: Kenneth Horne
Unknown: Mark Goodson
Unknown: Bill Todman
Produced By: Johnny Downes

: BEECHAM CONDUCTS

The Press often refer to me as the greatest English conductor. I will not be called the greatest English conductor-but I do know I'm a damned sight better than any foreigner!
This programme provides an opportunity for viewers to reassess Sir Thomas's own characteristic quip
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra is conducted by SIR THOMAS BEECHAM , Bt., C.H.
Recorded in Chicago in March 1960 and made available by W.G.N. Continental
Presented for BBC-tv by Herbert ChappeU

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir Thomas Beecham
Unknown: Herbert Chappeu

: 'A COURIS THING'

The story of the English Windmill
The windmill is a couris thing, Completely built by art of man,
To grind the corn for man and beast That they alike may have a feast
A film about some of the survivors of those thousands of mills that a hundred years ago were at work all over England
Written and produced by MALCOLM FREEGARD

Contributors

Produced By: Malcolm Freegard

: NEWS SUMMARY

: LATE NIGHT LINE-UP

Television's weekend colour supplement with Noel Picarda and a personal view from a guest critic

Contributors

Unknown: Noel Picarda








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