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From the Royal Welsh Show
Introduced by Myfanwy Howell.
Items of interest to women.

From the Studio
Introduced by Betty Lait.

Flowers
Suzanne Petter shows how to make imitation flowers suitable for use as dress accessories.

Cheese
John Bidwell explains how cheeses are made full, medium, or mild flavoured to suit all tastes, and tells something of their history.

Growing your own Fur Coat
R. J. Williams continues his instruction on breeding rabbits for their pelts.

Contributors

Presenter (From the Royal Welsh Show):
Myfanwy Howell
Presented by (From the Royal Welsh Show):
Dafydd Gruffydd
Presenter (From the Studio):
Betty Lait
Florist/item presenter (Flowers):
Suzanne Petter
Item presenter (Cheese):
John Bidwell
Item presenter (Growing your own Fur Coat):
R. J. Williams
Producer:
S. E. Reynolds

Children's Newsreel

The Magic Idol
by Eric Roberts.
(A BBC telerecording of the broadcast on June 19)

Cricket: England v. South Africa
A commentary on the Test Match by Bill Bowes.

Contributors

Writer (The Magic Idol):
Eric Roberts
Producer (The Magic Idol):
Douglas Hurn
Mr. Dodds:
Cameron Hall
Mrs. Dodds:
Joan Haythorne
Christopher:
Melvyn Hayes
Gillian:
Sheila Eves
Mr. Foster:
Campbell Singer
Mrs. Foster:
Barbara Cavan
Commentator (Cricket):
Bill Bowes

with Roy Rich in the chair and Elizabeth Gray, Helen Bailey, Paul Jennings, Eric Sykes trying to find the answers.
and introducing 'Droodles'.

Contributors

Chairman:
Roy Rich
Panellist:
Elizabeth Gray
Panellist:
Helen Bailey
Panellist:
Paul Jennings
Panellist:
Eric Sykes
Special effects:
Alfred Wurmser
Material supplied by:
Dennis Yates
The game devised by:
Polly S. Cowan
The game devised by:
Louis G. Cowan
Presented by:
T. Leslie Jackson

A personal film record of scenes and people in Northern Ireland by His Excellency the Governor, Lord Wakehurst.

Today the new Divis television transmitter of the BBC takes over from the temporary transmitter at Glencairn and carries the BBC Television Service to viewers in Northern Ireland. As a special opening programme the Governor of Northern Ireland introduces a film about life in this most westerly part of the United Kingdom.
At 8.15

Contributors

Presenter:
Lord Wakehurst
Edited for television by:
Robert Verrall
Producer:
Harry Govan

An original water production featuring Johnny Bower, Jimmy Munlack, Betty Slade, Rune Runex, Arne Arnex, Drew Kennedy, Eric Smith, Jacky Stewart, Michael Samson, The Sixteen Bournemouth Aquabelles, The Marie de Vere Dancers, The Aquashow Orchestra (Leader, Arnie Wells)
From the Pier Approach Baths, Bournemouth.
See page 15

Contributors

Devised and presented by:
Leon Markson
Comedian:
Johnny Bower
Performer:
Jimmy Munlack
Diver:
Betty Slade
Performer:
Rune Runex
Performer:
Arne Arnex
Diver:
Drew Kennedy
Performer:
Eric Smith
Performer:
Jacky Stewart
Performer:
Michael Samson
Swimmers:
The Sixteen Bournemouth Aquabelles
Dancers:
The Marie de Vere Dancers
Musicians:
The Aquashow Orchestra
Orchestra leader:
Arnie Wells
Commentator:
Cliff Michelmore
Presented for television by:
Nicholas Crocker

A play by A. R. Whatmore.
[Starring] David Markham and Pauline Jameson

The action of the play takes place in Marple, Herefordshire, and in Harley, Leicestershire, between the years 1889 and 1918.
(A BBC telerecording of the broadcast on May 29)

Contributors

Writer:
A. R. Whatmore
Producer:
Campbell Logan
Charles Cartwright:
David Markham
Emmie Cartwright:
Pauline Jameson
Alice:
Charmian Eyre
Dunne, the curate:
Robert Sansom
Weaver:
Brian Willett
Dora Cartwright:
Brenda Hogan
David Cartwright, as a boy:
Andrew Ray
Arthur Cartwright:
Jeremy Burnham
David Cartwright, as a man:
John Humphry
Will Squire:
William Mervyn
Vera:
Carol Davies
Grace:
Andrea Cox
Maud:
Molly Osborne
Elsie:
Suzanne Bulmer
Dorothy Winterbottom:
Alanna Boyce
Ethel:
Marlene Maddox
Daisy:
Pamela Cross

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