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Peter Scott introduces William Sladen, who, for four years, was medical officer and biologist with the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey on board R.R.S. John Biscoe. Dr. Sladen filmed the wild life and made a study of penguins.
(A BBC telerecording of the broadcast on March 12)

Contributors

Presenter:
Peter Scott
Guest/filmmaker:
William Sladen

Uncle William's Visit
A short story by Mary Beales told by Dorothy Smith.

Painting in Oils
Mervyn Levy talks about painting out of doors and gives details of the oil painting competition.
Last programme in this series.

Monday Magazine
(Suitable for Deaf Children)
Introduced by Mary Malcolm.
The programme includes 'Matchstick Models' by C. Newstead; Les Roy dancing; 'Look at This' by Hugh David; Geoffrey Robinson, magician; John Merrett walks along the sea shore.

(to 17.55)

Contributors

Writer (Uncle William's Visit):
Mary Beales
Storyteller (Uncle William's Visit):
Dorothy Smith
Animator (Uncle William's Visit):
Woolf Goldberg
Presenter/artist (Painting in Oils):
Mervyn Levy
Presenter (Monday Magazine):
Mary Malcolm
Maker (Monday Magazine:
Matchstick Models): C. Newstead
Dancer (Monday Magazine):
Les Roy
Item presenter (Monday Magazine:
Look at This): Hugh David
Magician (Monday Magazine):
Geoffrey Robinson
Item presenter (Monday Magazine):
John Merrett

Peter Cranmer, former Captain of England at Rugby football, and of Warwickshire at cricket, discusses topical and controversial issues of the day with leading players and personalities.
(All transmitters except Kirk O'Shotts, Redmoss, and Glencairn)
(to 19.15)

Contributors

Presenter:
Peter Cranmer
Presented by:
David Martin

Television outside broadcast cameras show some of the methods used by the Royal Navy to keep ships floating, moving, and fighting after they have been damaged by enemy action.
This realistic exercise forms part of the training at the Royal Naval Defence School, H.M.S. Phoenix-a shore establishment at Stamshaw, near Portsmouth.
See page 15

Contributors

Commentator:
Raymond Baxter
Producer:
Nicholas Crocker

Introduced by Eric Robinson.
[Starring] Nan Merriman and Ludmilla Tcherina
with Dennis Brain, Wandy Tworek, Li Ching Chen and Joan Bramhall, Evelyn Cuthill, Frea Harrington, Doreen Lane, Daphne Lewcun, Helen McKinnon, Sylvia Robin, Frances Youles, Bowles Bevan, Robert Bowman, Edgar Fleet, John Holmes, Wilfred Johns, John Mitchinson, Lyndon Vanderpump, Desmond Ainsworth.
London Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Granville Jones)
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Contributors

Presenter:
Eric Robinson
Mezzo-soprano:
Nan Merriman
Dancer:
Ludmilla Tcherina
Horn:
Dennis Brain
Violinist:
Wandy Tworek
Performer:
Li Ching Chen
Contralto:
Joan Bramhall
Mezzo-soprano:
Evelyn Cuthill
Contralto:
Frea Harrington
Soprano:
Doreen Lane
Singer:
Daphne Lewcun
Contralto:
Helen McKinnon
Soprano:
Sylvia Robin
Singer:
Frances Youles
Singer:
Bowles Bevan
Tenor:
Robert Bowman
Tenor:
Edgar Fleet
Bass:
John Holmes
Singer:
Wilfred Johns
Tenor:
John Mitchinson
Tenor:
Lyndon Vanderpump
Baritone:
Desmond Ainsworth
Musical Associate:
James Turner
Musicians:
London Symphony Orchestra
Orchestra leader:
Granville Jones
Designer/Assistant Producer:
Stephen Taylor
Producer:
Patricia Foy

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