For the Very Young
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
(A BBC television film)
For the Very Young
Apprentices who are working in various branches of engineering talk about their jobs and demonstrate some of the crafts involved.
Introduced by Douglas Fleming.
Keep Fit with Eileen Fowler
A weekly series of exercises to music.
From the BBC's Midland television studio
Our Miss Pemberton: 5: A Narrow Escape
Written by Sheila Hodgson.
A story of life today in a small town.
Elisabeth and Max Robertson remember 1936.
Jess Yates introduces news and views from filmland.
Film excerpts include scenes from an exciting new Western, 'Run of the Arrow' and from 'The Scamp' with Colin (Smiley) Petersen.
Film sequences by courtesy of R.K.O. Radio Pictures and Renown Pictures
Another programme in which Norman Cook, Keeper of the Guildhall Museum, shows you some more of the treasures you have requested.
On transmitters serving the areas:
6.10 News for Scotland, Northern Ireland and the English Regions
News for Wales: 6.15-6.20
Look around with Cliff Michelmore and Derek Hart, Geoffrey Johnson Smith, Cy Grant, Diane Todd and Special this week: Twenty-one Years of Television: Memorable Moments: 1956-1957
David Nixon says It's Magic and introduces a thirty-minute mixture of mystery and music with Howard de Courcy, Percy Press, Sheila Holt, Tom Gillis and a panel of well-known guests to see fair play.
speaks at the W.R.N.S. Reunion organised by the Association of Wrens.
Introduced by Wynford Vaughan Thomas.
From the Royal Festival Hall
The Sportsview Unit looks back on the world's greatest sports stars in action.
Tonight's stars: Jack 'Kid' Berg, Harold Larwood
Introduced by Raymond Glendenning.
by Charles Dickens
Adapted for television by Vincent Tilsley
In which Ralph swears that he would not give his nephew one grasp of his hand to save him from the loftiest gallows in Europe; and in which Nicholas promises that, sooner or later, there will come a day of reckoning.
Jack Payne introduces stars and personalities who are Off the Record
together with the latest news from the record industry.
Max Bygraves, The Deep River Boys, Lita Roza, Jimmy Young, Lorrae Desmond, Camilleri, Kenny Baker's Half-Dozen, The Concert Orchestra and the George Mitchell Singers.
Conducted by Stanley Black
(The Deep River Boys are in Variety at the Chiswick Empire, London; Max Bygraves is in "We're Having a Ball" at the London Palladium and was specially filmed for this programme)
Television Tomorrow is discussed by:
Sir Kenneth Clark, K.C.B.
Dr. Hilde Himmelweit, Reader in Social and Industrial Psychology at London University
Dr. J. Bronowski
Dr. Glynne Wickham, Head of the Drama Department, Bristol University
Chairman, Robert McKenzie
(Also broadcast in the Home Service)
Seven years of Television across the continent of Europe
In 1950 viewers in Britain saw their first live programme from another country when BBC cameras went to Calais. Today twelve European countries are joined in a permanent link and this film reminds us of the highlights in that seven-year story.
Introduced by Richard Dimbleby.
See page 6