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BBC Northern Orchestra
(Leader, Reginald Stead)
Conductor, John Hopkins
Gyorgy Sandor (piano)
Introduced by Alec Robertson.
From the BBC's Northern television studio

Contributors

Musicians:
BBC Northern Orchestra
Orchestra leader:
Reginald Stead
Orchestra conductor:
John Hopkins
Pianist:
Gyorgy Sandor
Presenter:
Alec Robertson
Presented for television by:
Paul Huband

meets every Sunday afternoon to answer questions sent by viewers.
The members this week are: Dr. Enid Starkie, Dr. Glyn Daniel, Dr. W. Grey Walter, Dr. J. Bronowski.
Question-Master, Norman Fisher
Questions should be addressed to: The Brains Trust, [address removed]
See facing page

Contributors

Panellist:
Dr. Enid Starkie
Panellist:
Dr. Glyn Daniel
Panellist:
Dr. W. Grey Walter
Panellist:
Dr. J. Bronowski
Question-Master:
Norman Fisher
Producer:
John Furness

Champion the Wonder Horse: Canyon of Wanted Men
There's trouble afoot when bad men plot to seize Champion's herd, but when the gangsters kidnap Ricky as well they betray their schemes. The alarm is given, and Champion and his friends swing into action.

5.25 All Your Own
A programme in which children from all over Great Britain have been invited to take part.
Introduced by Huw Wheldon.

6.0 Sunday at Six: For Always and Everybody
The Christmas paintings in the Sussex church of Berwick.

(to 18.10)

Contributors

The Wonder Horse:
null Champion
Rebel, the dog:
null Blaze
'Ricky' North, the boy:
Barry Curtis
Sandy, his uncle:
Jim Bannon
Presenter (All Your Own):
Huw Wheldon
Music directed by (All Your Own):
Griff Lewis
Editor (All Your Own):
Joanne Symons
Producer (All Your Own):
Cliff Michelmore

Questions of faith and conduct put by members of the Sixth Forms of Clifton College and Clifton High School for Girls are discussed by Father Trevor Huddleston, Canon Eric Heaton, Mary Stocks.
Question-Master, Alan Gibson
From the BBC's West of England television studio

Contributors

Panellist:
Father Trevor Huddleston
Panellist:
Canon Eric Heaton
Panellist:
Mary Stocks
Question-Master:
Alan Gibson

Television's most popular panel game with Isobel Barnett, Bob Monkhouse, Gilbert Harding, and a guest.
Eamonn Andrews in the chair.
("What's My Line?" was devised by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman, and is televised by arrangement with C.B.S. and Maurice Winnick)

Contributors

Panellist:
Isobel Barnett
Panellist:
Bob Monkhouse
Panellist:
Gilbert Harding
Chairman:
Eamonn Andrews
Presented by:
T. Leslie Jackson
Devised by:
Mark Goodson
Devised by:
Bill Todman

by Roger MacDougall
[Starring] Phyllis Calvert and Derek Farr
with Ernest Clark and Andrew Ray

The action takes place at the Hampdens home in London and in Dr. Skillingworth's study at Ferndale School
(Ernest Clark is appearing in "Double Image" at the Savoy Theatre, London)
See facing page

Contributors

Author:
Roger MacDougall
Designer:
Eileen Diss
Producer:
John Jacobs
Mrs. Hampden:
Edith Sharpe
Stella Hampden:
Phyllis Calvert
John Hampden:
Derek Farr
Dr. Skillingworth:
Ernest Clark
Miss Betts:
Dorothy Turner
Paton:
Richard O'Sullivan
Daventry:
Andrew Ray
Andrew Deeson:
Meredith Edwards
Mollie:
Elizabeth Cheatle
George:
Derek Nimmo

Paul Tortelier (cello), Ernest Lush (piano)

The distinguished French cellist, Paul Tortelier, was born in Paris in 1914. As a pupil at the Conservatoire, he showed great promise not only as a cellist but as a composer and conductor; but he finally decided to devote himself entirely to the cello. During the last twenty years he has won acclaim all over Europe and America for his outstanding technique, and powers of interpretation; yet, despite his arduous career as a virtuoso, he has still found time to write a number of works for his own instrument, including a concerto, a sonata, and a suite.
Deryck Cooke

Contributors

Cellist:
Paul Tortelier
Pianist:
Ernest Lush
Presented by:
Christian Simpson

BBC Television

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