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Story: The Big Mrs Little by ALBERT BARBER Presenters
TONI ARTHUR , FRED HARRIS

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs Little
Unknown: Albert Barber
Unknown: Toni Arthur
Unknown: Fred Harris

: Closedown

: Open University

: Closedown

: News Summary

Weather

: Those Magnificent Flying Machines

Fashions of the 30s
The second of a series of six programmes from the RAF Museum, Hendon.
Introduced by William Woollard
Producer BRIAN JOHNSON

Contributors

Introduced By: William Woollard
Producer: Brian Johnson

: Gardeners' World

at Clacks Farm
Percy Thrower plans and plants a new shrub border in ARTHUR BIL-LITT's garden; sows salad crops under cloches; plants potatoes and onion sets and early vegetables in the greenhouse.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR (Birmingham)

Contributors

Producer: Barrie Edgar

: The Money Programme

Never before has the economy been so closely analysed and agonised over. Each week The Money Programme looks at the view of the economic health of the nation from the shop floor, the office, the boardroom and Parliament.
Presented by BRIAN WIDLAKE
RICHARD WAKELY , PAUL GRIFFITHS With ROBERT MCKENZIE
Editor JOHN DEKKF. R

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Widlake
Presented By: Richard Wakely
Presented By: Paul Griffiths
Unknown: Robert McKenzie
Editor: John Dekkf.

: W. C. Fields in It's a Gift

First in a short season of comedy films starring ' The Great Man '
Tonight also starring Baby LeRoy The only thing that prevents Harold Btssonette from being master in his own home is the presence of his wife Amelia and their two children ... Director
NORMAN MCLEOD
This Week's Films: page 11

Contributors

Unknown: Baby Leroy
Unknown: Harold Btssonette
Unknown: Norman McLeod
Harold Bissonette: W.C. Fields
Mildred Bissonette: Jean Rouverol
John Durston: Julian Madison
Amelia: Kathleen Howard
Baby Dunk: Baby Leroy

: The Beethoven Piano Concertos

The distinguished Soviet pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy is soloist in a complete cycle of the five Beethoven piano concertos with the London Philharmonic Orchestra leader RODNEY FRIEND conductor Bernard Haitink
Tonight's concert, recorded in London's Royal Festival Hall, includes:
Beethoven Overture: Leonora No3 Piano Concerto No 1, in c major Introduced by BASIL MOSS
Director BRIAN LARGE
Concerto No 2: next Sunday

Contributors

Pianist: Vladimir Ashkenazy
Leader: Rodney Friend
Conductor: Bernard Haitink
Introduced By: Basil Moss
Director: Brian Large

: News Extra

Presented by David Holmes with Peter Dofling ; Weather

Contributors

Presented By: David Holmes
Unknown: Peter Dofling

: Edition

Introduced by Barry Askew
Who Owns the British Press?
' The Times is, in fact, in my life what a yacht or a racing stable is to others - it is merely a hobby.'
(LORD NORTHCLIFFE)
The press barons of the past were famous and feared men. Beaver-brook, Rothermere, Camrose and Northcliffe were the big names of Fleet Street. But who are the owners now? Are the new tycoons of the press as powerful as their predecessors? Are they as rich? And do they use their power to influence what we read?
Producer WILL WYATT

Contributors

Introduced By: Barry Askew

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