A programme for children at home
Carol Chell , Lionel Morton
In the story chair, James Ottaway who tells his own story
' All of a Flutter '
Repeated on BBC-1 and at
at the end of her maiden voyage
On board, Michael Charlton and Tom Fleming
On shore, Jim Jensen
Jack Whitaker , Leonard Harris
W.C.B.S. Director on shore, ORMAND WEST
BBC Director on board, ANTONY CRAXTON
Also on BBC-1
Ten programmes in which some of Britain's finest helmsmen show how dinghy sailors and yachtsmen can get more pleasure from their sport.
If you understand a few simple procedures and three basic rules you need not be afraid to start racing.
Introduced by Jack Knights
Produced by BRENDA HORSFIELD
The World Tonight
John Timpson , Peter Woods and the reporters and correspondents of BBC News and THE WEATHER
Tonight: The 1949 production
The Barkleys of Broadway starring
FRED ASTAIRE. GINGER ROGERS with Oscar Levant , Billie Burke
Music by HARRY WARREN
Lyrics by IRA GERSHWIN
Screenplay by BETTY COMDEN and ADOLPH GREEN
Produced by Arthur Freed
Directed by Charles Walters
The romantic ups and downs of a successful husband-and-wife partnership on Broadway.
Mrs Livingston Belney:
Jacques Pierre Barredout:
It is estimated that five per cent of the population suffer from migraine, but little is known about its causes although a great deal of research is being carried out.
In tonight's programme a Consultant Physician and a Neurologist discuss the symptoms of migraine, possible ways of avoiding an attack, and methods of reducing the pain.
Directed by ALAN GRIMLEY
Produced by IAN CURTIS
A Party Political Broadcast on behalf of THE LABOUR PARTY
Also on BBC-1 and
Reporters: Jim Douglas Henry
Jeremy James , Jeanne La Chard
Gillian Strickland, Desmond Wilcox Harold Williamson
THE AVERAGE WAY OF LIFE
If you're married with two children and with about £ 23 a week coming into the house you will already know all about the problems of spinning out money to make ends meet. And you are far from being alone in this-in fact, you're Mr. Average.
The British national average wage is exactly ;E22 5s. 3d., the highest it's ever been. But this doesn'make you Midas, and living on it is nearly always a question of what can'be afforded, what has to go. How do you decide what it shall be? How do you sort out priorities?
Man Alive looks at four families living their lives in very different ways and with only their pay-packet in common. When it comes to spending it they are poles apart, separated by attitudes and ambitions.
Do you save, or live to the hilt?
Would you consider HP? Is it moFe important to have a holiday or better clothes for your children? Can you ever own your own home? Is £ 23 a week a reasonable sum on which to bring up a family? What is the ' average ' life like?
Director, David FILKIN
Edited by DESMOND WILCOX and BILL MORTON
The end of .today in front of tomorrow
Editor, ROWAN AYERS