Today Joan Griffiths introduces: ' What's Going On? Spotlight on Current Affairs'; Charles Gibbs-Smith on ' Women's Fight for Freedom — the Law today's contribution from the BBC's Mobile Units; a woman gynaecologist on ' The Older Woman ' -answer" to questions: and the current serial story. ' Frenchman's Creek ' by Daphne du Maurier . read by Alan Blair
Edited and produced by Peter Eton
Picture Parade Orchestra conducted by John Hollingsworth
Musical arrangements by Lambert Williamson
Announcer, Ralph Hurcombe
' Leading Article '
A short survey of contemporary film-making. by Connery Chappell
' Out of the Picture '
Sheila Sim re-enacts contrasting scenes from her pictures
An excerpt from Max Steiner 's incidental music to ' The Informer '
' The Plomley Touch'
Roy Plomley points the finger of satire at the film business
Peter Eton visits the set of ' No Room at the Inn ' at Elstree. and talks to Louis Jackson (executive producer), Ivan Foxwell (producer). Dan Birt (director), Freda Jackson , and others
A tune from a recent musical
' Picture Show'
Scenes from a recent picture
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