A visit to the Empire Stadium, Wembley, to see the whole of today's international match.
For the Very Young
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Peter Hawkins speaks the voices
Maria Bird writes the songs and music
(A BBC Television Film)
A magazine for older women.
Portrait for Christmas
An attractive photograph makes a happy gift. Lisa Sheridan shows you how to look your best for it.
Point of View
This is what I think, says Alan Melville.
How they said it
Denise Robins recalls proposals of marriage made by well-known characters from famous novels.
They are portrayed by Elaine Usher and Charles Houston.
Introduced by Gwen Robyns.
Quick and Easy Dressmaking: 5 - Cocktail Dress
A French design filmed by Radio-diffusion-Television Francaise
Demonstrated by Diana Crutchley.
Instructions for making all the garments described in this series of programmes can be obtained from BBC Publications, [address removed]. Price (including a folder in which to keep this and later pamphlets) 2S. 6d. post free.
with Rolf Harris.
5.10 The Adventures of Pierre: 5: Sunk
A serial in six parts by C.E. Webber.
Eamonn Andrews opens the Playbox and his young assistants join in the games.
Johnny Morris "The Hot Chestnut Man" drops in for a chat and a team representing Wales take part in "Do You Know?" a regular regional competition.
People, events, comments of today.
Introduced by Geoffrey Johnson Smith.
by Michael and Roland Pertwee
BBC Television Outside Broadcast cameras visit Monica Dickens in Notting Hill Gate, London.
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[Starring] George Burns and Gracie Allen in the film Brother Roger
music and comedy stars and personalities.
Tonight's guests include: Robert Beatty, Morecambe and Wise, Pearl Carr and Teddy Johnson, Hall, Norman, and Ladd, Kazuko Yamaguchi
Introduced by Peter Dimmock.
Including: England v. Yugoslavia
Telerecorded excerpts of this afternoon's international soccer match at Wembley.
There are still many millions of Indians in South America who live today as primitively as their forefathers did centuries ago.
This film shows how the descendants of the old Inca Empire, who live in the high places of the Andes, are being helped by the Agencies of the United Nations to make a new and better life for themselves.
Commentary written by Paul Rotha and spoken by Colin Wills
Produced by Anthony de Lotbiniere for the BBC in collaboration with the I.L.O., UNESCO, F.A.O., W.H.O., U.N., and the Governments of Bolivia and Peru.
Followed by The Weather and Close Down