Programme Index

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Introduced by Jasmine Bligh.

From the National Radio Show
Fruit, Vegetables, and Flowers
Frances Perry reports on what is available this month.

From the Studio
Felt Toys
Mary Vellan shows how to make a panda.
(See page 27)

Non-bake Cake
Jacqueline Rose makes a chocolate cake.

Rainwear
Margaret Douglas shows a selection of the latest types of rainwear.

Contributors

Presenter:
Jasmine Bligh
Reporter (Fruit, Vegetables and Flowers):
Frances Perry
Item presenter (Felt Toys):
Mary Vellan
Cook (Non-bake Cake):
Jacqueline Rose
Item presenter (Rainwear):
Margaret Douglas
Producer:
S.E. Reynolds

Sheila Randell plays some popular music at the piano.
From the National Radio Show

All Your Own
A programme in which children from all over Britain have been invited to take part.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore.

(to 17.50)

Contributors

Pianist:
Sheila Randell
Presenter (All Your Own):
Cliff Michelmore
Music director (All Your Own):
Steve Race
Editor/producer (All Your Own):
Barbara Hammond

A knock-out competition between seven representative sides of five players each. The rules of the game have been approved by the Central Council of Physical Recreation.
First Round Draw: England v. Belgium; Scotland v. Amateurs of England; Wales v. Holland
Ireland bye to Semi-Final
Referees: A. Bond and W. E. Dellow
Band of the Dagenham Girl Pipers

Contributors

Referee:
A. Bond
Referee:
W. E. Dellow
Musicians:
Band of the Dagenham Girl Pipers
Commentator:
Kenneth Wolstenholme
Arranged by:
Peter Webber
Presented by:
Alan Chivers

with Roy Rich in the chair and Helen Bailey, Elizabeth Gray, Paul Jennings, Hubert Gregg.
and introducing 'Droodles'.

Contributors

Chairman:
Roy Rich
Panellist:
Helen Bailey
Panellist:
Elizabeth Gray
Panellist:
Paul Jennings
Panellist:
Hubert Gregg
Special effects:
Alfred Wurmser
Material:
Dennis Yates
The game devised by:
Polly S. Cowan
The game devised by:
Louis G. Cowan
Presented by:
Duncan Wood

by Robert Furnival.
[Starring] Leslie Dwyer and Michael Shepley

"The Broken Wicket": the men realise that the women are bored with cricket!
Everyone knows that cricket is the native preoccupation of the Englishman during summer months, and at the little Yorkshire village of Slackering this enthusiasm is on both a national and a local scale. As one regular at 'The Broken Wicket' (rallying-point for cricketers) puts it: "Cricket's what the place was made for!" And excitement at present among the men of Slackering (with Major Trim and George Sykes, the publican, well to the fore) turns on whether they can again win the Improbables League Shield Competition; if so, it becomes the Slackering Shield. But one advisedly specifies the men: for the women of Slackering (the Major's lady and Effie Sykes to the fore!) are at last on the point of revolting against the tyranny of the game.

Contributors

Author:
Robert Furnival
Designer:
Richard Henry
Producer:
Jean Hamilton
George Sykes:
Leslie Dwyer
Erne Sykes:
Gwen Bacon
Ernie:
Derek Tansley
Percy:
Harold Goodwin
Reggie:
Edward Cast
Major Trim:
Michael Shepley
Mrs. Trim:
Pauline Loring
Hugo Hunter:
Robert Desmond
Brenda Thwaites:
Billie Whitelaw
Albert, the Slackering scorer:
Lloyd Pearson
Alfred, the Muttering scorer:
Toke Townley
Gertie:
Nora Gordon

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