Today Joan Griffiths introduces: Dame Vera Laughton Mathews on ' Your Coal this Winter ; today's contribution from the BBC's Mobile Units; Barbara Back on 'In a Surgery for Sick Animals.' Followed by this week's serial: a fully dramatised version inparts of 'Jamaica Inn '
Adapted by Jonquil Antony from the novel by Daphne du Maurier . Produced by Ayton Whitaker. With Angela Baddeley as Mary Yellan. Part 6—' The End of the Story.'
Dame Vera Laughton
Introduced by Stewart MacPherson
Edited by Geoffrey Peck
Association Football: Frank Stainton gives his views on prospects of Northern Clubs in the Leagues
Rugby League Football: Preview of the season, by Harry Sunderland
Weight-Lifting : Oscar State discusses prospects for next year's Olympic Games
Snooker: A visit to the Leicester Square Hall (formerly Thurston's) during the re-opening ceremony
Invites you to visit Waterlogged Spa at Sinking-in-the-Ooze, now a laughter resort for all, to meet
George Crow and his Blue Mariners Dance Band
Competitive cash quiz:
Cast v. the Visitors
Conducted by Harold Warrender
Script by Eric Barker
Programme produced by Leslie Bridgmont
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