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From the Wentworth Club, Surrey.
Twenty-eight countries take part in this international Golf Championship being played for the first time in this country. This event was founded four years ago by John Jay Hopkins to promote international goodwill through golf. Two players will represent each country and the cup will be won by the country with the lowest aggregate score over four rounds

Contributors

Commentator:
Henry Longhurst
Commentator:
Michael Henderson
Television Presentation:
Antony Jay

A Francis Durbridge serial in six episodes.
[Starring] Stephen Murray
(A BBC telerecording of the broadcast on March 31)

Contributors

Writer:
Francis Durbridge
Producer:
Alan Bromly
Dr. Howard Latimer:
Stephen Murray
Laura James:
Gillian Raine
Det.-Insp. Dane:
John Arnatt
Dr. George Kimber:
Geoffrey Chater
Grace Frobisher:
Ena Moon
Ken Palmer:
Francis Matthews
Waiter:
Bryan Kendrick
Nurse Kay:
Anne Ridler
Veldon:
Anton Diffring
Geoffrey Windsor:
Bryan Coleman

Artists from all branches of show business call in at the BBC's Birmingham television studio as they pass through the city on the way to their next engagement.
Introduced by Dennis Kirtland.
Coventry Theatre Orchestra directed by William Pethers

Contributors

Presenter:
Dennis Kirtland
Musicians:
Coventry Theatre Orchestra
Orchestra directed by:
William Pethers
Devised by/Producer:
Barrie Edgar

The members this week are Cyril Connolly, Marghanita Laski, James Laver, Professor Michael Grant.
Question-Master, Alan Melville
See page 6

Contributors

Panellist:
Cyril Connolly
Panellist:
Marghanita Laski
Panellist:
James Laver
Panellist:
Professor Michael Grant
Question-Master:
Alan Melville
Producer:
John Furness

Sooty: Sooty by the Sea
with Harry Corbett.
(A BBC television film)

Children's Film Magazine
Showing recent items of interest and news events.

The Black Brigand: 3: The Burning Mountain
A television serial by J. Potter Brown.
Based on a story by Alexandre Dumas.
Don Rogano, Grandee of Spain, and his daughter Fiora, overpowered by outlaws and brought to the Oasis Inn, awaited the arrival of the Black Brigand himself. To their amazement the Brigand proved to be a courteous and charming man-Don Fernando, son of Don John-exiled for duelling but now living in the mountains in case at any time he could be of service to his country. In return for freedom Don Rogano promises to try to obtain a pardon for Fernando from King Karl.
Meanwhile Janella, a gypsy girl who has allied herself with the brigands, brings news of the death of some of the men and of the capture of Fernando's special friend, Francis. King Karl refuses the pardon and they decide to leave the Inn. Surrounded by a fresh detachment of soldiers their only means of escape is by an underground tunnel. But unknown to them the soldiers have been warned and are already laying a trail of gunpowder into the mouth of the tunnel.

Sunday at Six
The Rev. Cyril Taylor introduces the St. Martin's Singers with their leader, the Rev. W. D. Kennedy-Bell.

(to 18.05)

Contributors

Puppeteer (Sooty):
Harry Corbett
Adapter (The Black Brigand):
J. Potter Brown
Author (The Black Brigand):
Alexandre Dumas
Producer (The Black Brigand):
Dorothea Brooking
Music composed by (The Black Brigand):
James Hartley
Film sequences (The Black Brigand):
David Prosser
Editor (The Black Brigand):
John Pullen
Designer (The Black Brigand):
Richard Wilmot
Officer:
Seymour Green
First Soldier:
Anthony Broughton
Janella:
Catherine Feller
Fernando:
Anthony Newlands
Sergeant:
Alan Curtis
Second Soldier:
Brian Moorehead
Third Soldier:
Edward Higgins
Yokel:
Wilfred Brambell
Thynne:
Toke Townley
Phat:
Raymond Rollett
Jaco:
Gerald Blake
Slago:
John Woodnutt
Karl, the White King:
William Devlin
Cardinal:
Jefferson Clifford
Don Tillado:
Dennis Edwards
Don Gramante:
Robert Gillespie
Don Rogano:
Laidman Browne
Donna Fiora:
Rosemary Dorken
Don Ramo:
John Trevor
Don John:
James Raglan
Donna Margarita:
Hazel Bainbridge
Alchemist:
Robert Mooney
Messenger:
Edward Ballard
Others taking part:
Brenda Bennett
Others taking part:
Patricia Lehane
Others taking part:
Peter Macarte
Others taking part:
Peter Grisewood
Presenter (Sunday at Six):
The Rev. Cyril Taylor
Singers (Sunday at Six):
The St. Martin's Singers
[Singers] leader (Sunday at Six):
The Rev. W. D. Kennedy-Bell

by Rodney Ackland
(See facing page)

Contributors

Author:
Rodney Ackland
Producer:
Douglas Allen
Designer:
Barry Learoyd
Miss Barrow:
Gladys Henson
John Smith:
Barry Steele
Mrs. Seddon:
Isabel Dean
Mary Ellen Chater:
Jane Henderson
Maggie Seddon:
Dorothy Gordon
Frederick Seddon:
Carl Bernard
Mr. Hook:
Charles Turner
Mrs. Hook:
Gretchen Franklin
Ernie:
John Hall
Mrs. Rutt:
Vi Stevens
Dr. Sworn:
George Skillan
Coroner's Clerk:
Meadows White
Chief Inspector Ward:
Colin Douglas
Sir Rufus Isaacs, K.C.:
John Gabriel
Mr. Tokeley:
Roy Hepworth
Walter Thorley:
John Kidd
Mr. Marshall Hall, K.C.:
Willoughby Goddard
Mr. Justice Bucknill:
Harold Scott
Court Usher:
John Miller
Dr. Willcox:
J. Leslie Frith
Foreman of the Jury:
John Dunbar
Deputy Clerk of Court:
Henry Longhurst

Is the Christian religion a means of spreading Western culture throughout the world?
What are the aims of the Christian missionary when he goes to the ends of the earth?
The Rev. C. Murray Rogers gives his answer to these questions and tells of his life in India where he lives with his family.

Contributors

Presenter:
The Rev. C. Murray Rogers

BBC Television

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