In the first of three visits during the afternoon BBC Television Outside Broadcast cameras bring you the pre-match warm-up routines and the first quarter of the game played at the Empire Stadium, Wembley.
Percy Thrower deals with the pruning of cordon and bush fruit trees and shows how to train a peach tree.
Seasonal work includes the making and putting in of rose cuttings and the sowing of sweet peas.
Percy Thrower advises on good indoor plants for the winter.
(A BBC telerecording)
A summary of the first half of the 1956 Football Championship Final.
[Starring] Amos 'n' Andy in the film Kingfish Sells a Lot
A film about mysterious and unusual places and things that you can see in Great Britain.
The last quarter of the 1956 U.S.A.F. Football Championship Final.
Trapped in the Canyon
[Starring] The Cisco Kid
The Cisco Kid and Pancho are on the trail of a gang of bandits, but after a running gun-battle they are themselves trapped by the outlaws. Pinned down by a hail of bullets the situation for Cisco and Pancho looks desperate. Can they turn the tables?
4.55 Children's International Newsreel
5.15 The Appleyards: John's Wedding
by Freda Lingstrom.
A round-up of today's sporting highlights.
Introduced by Kenneth Wolstenholme.
[Starring] Jeannie Carson
The first of a new weekly film series in which the young musical comedy star, in the role of a Scottish immigrant, discovers America.
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A serial in six episodes by Michael Gilbert.
[Starring] Edward Chapman and William Lucas with Gene Anderson
Michael Gilbert writes on page 5
"The Man with the Mike" and BBC Television Outside Broadcast cameras invite you to
See things happen!, When they happen!, Where they happen!
A weekly series edited by Peter Webber and Derek Burrell-Davis.
[Starring] Norman Wisdom
with Marion Keene, Eddie Leslie, Jeremy Hawk, Gay Owen, June Ellis, The Show Dancers, The George Mitchell Singers
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The television version of the popular sound radio programme.
Drusilla Beyfus, Richard Dimbleby, Jack Train, Anona Winn ask all the questions and Gilbert Harding knows some of the answers.
("Twenty Questions" is televised by arrangement with Maurice Winnick)
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A bout of humour in which Jack Watson ensures a good clean fight between Joe Church, Derek Roy and Alfred Marks.
Inter-round notes by Maria Pavlou
Accompanied by Jimmy Leach and his Organolians
From the BBC's North of England studios
The original film of the Tolstoy story made by D. W. Griffith in 1909.