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Family Affairs: Problems of Living
The 'Family Affairs' panel of experts discuss problems sent by viewers.
Dr. Winifred de Kok, Rose Hacker, The Rev. Walter Lane, James Hemming
In the chair, Olive Shapley
Letters to the panel should be sent to 'Family Affairs', [address removed]

3.15 Character and Handwriting: 1 - Does it matter how you write?
Joan Cambridge explains why it does, and introduces two personalities to help illustrate the principles of handwriting analysts.

(to 15.30)

Contributors

Panellist (Family Affairs:
Problems of Living): Dr. Winifred de Kok
Panellist (Family Affairs:
Problems of Living): Rose Hacker
Panellist (Family Affairs:
Problems of Living): The Rev. Walter Lane
Panellist (Family Affairs:
Problems of Living): James Hemming
Chairman (Family Affairs:
Problems of Living): Olive Shapley
Producer (Family Affairs:
Problems of Living): Beryl Radley
Presenter (Character and Handwriting):
Joan Cambridge
Producer (Character and Handwriting):
Monica Sims

A serial in three parts by Phyllis Bentley

(Previously televised on June 2, 1957)

Contributors

Writer:
Phyllis Bentley
Film Sequences:
the BBC Television Film Unit
Producer:
Barbara Hammond
Will Oldroyd:
David Higson
Dick Bamforth:
Cavan Kendall
Constable:
Peter Hughes
Mr Stancliffe:
Jefferson Clifford
Tom Thorpe:
Peter Hawkins
George Mellor:
Simon Merrick
Benjamin Walker:
Patrick Westwood
Joe Bamforth:
Stuart Hutchison
Mary:
Anne Reid
Clerk of the Court:
Ivan Owen
Topping Counsel for Prosecution:
Bruno Barnabe
Judge:
Harold Young
Brougham Counsel for Defence:
Anthony Marlows
Foreman of Jury:
John Barrett

A monthly look at the countryside.
Bruce Campbell introduces

The Month of April
What to look for and how to find it.

Eyes and Ears
Children from Bristol schools compete in a quiz.

Storyteller Frank Sawyer, river-keeper

Badminton
A visit with Dorian Williams to the grounds of Badminton House where preparations are in full swing for the three-day Badminton Horse Trials.

From the BBC's West of England studio

Contributors

Presenter:
Bruce Campbell
Storyteller:
Frank Sawyer
Item presenter (Badminton):
Dorian Williams
Film commentary:
Johnny Morris
Film editor:
Christopher Parsons
Producer:
Winwood Reade

Written by Sidney Nelson and Maurice Harrison
[Starring] Charlie Chester as Educated Evans, the famous character created by Edgar Wallace

Contributors

Writer:
Sidney Nelson
Writer:
Maurice Harrison
Character created by:
Edgar Wallace
Designer:
Lawrence Broadhouse
Producer:
Eric Fawcett
'Educated' Evans:
Charlie Chester
Gertrude:
Myrtle Reed
Man in the Pub:
Michael Balfour
Muscles MacMorgan:
John McCarthy
Det.-Sgt. Miller:
Jack Melford
Mrs. Boltons:
Dorothy Summers
Sam Spiegel:
Sidney James
Regan:
George Herbert
Killer Kosky:
Harry Purvis

The Championship Finals of The Imperial Services Boxing Association
An annual competition between the champions of the Royal Navy, the Army and the Royal Air Force which is an eliminating round for the Amateur Boxing Association Championships to be held on April 25.
From the Military Boxing Centre, Aldershot

Contributors

Presented for television by:
Peter Webber

Ian Wallace introduces the seventeen-year-old French harpist, Madeleine Buffandeau and Elizabeth Powell (piano), Diane Dubarry (soprano)
The Malka Cossack Cello Quartet
Malka Cossack, Olga Hegedus, Pat Benham, Madeleine Aronowitz
Dorita y Pepe with The International Players
Directed by Gilbert Vinter

Contributors

Presenter:
Ian Wallace
Harpist:
Madeleine Buffandeau
Pianist:
Elizabeth Powell
Soprano:
Diane Dubarry
Cellist:
Malka Cossack
Cellist:
Olga Hegedus
Cellist:
Pat Benham
Cellist:
Madeleine Aronowitz
Singers:
Dorita y Pepe
Musicians:
The International Players
Director:
Gilbert Vinter
Producer:
Christian Simpson

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