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Their Problem is Ours
The World Refugee Year begins today.
Francis Williams discusses with Pat Hornsby-Smith M. P., and Peter Casson,
Organising Secretary, World Refugee Year some of the problems that lie ahead and Jack Warner hears the story of George Barrett and talks to some refugees.
See page 8

3.15 Keep Fit with Eileen Fowler
From the BBC's Midland Television studio

(to 15.30)

Contributors

Interviewer (Their Problem is Ours):
Francis Williams
Interviewee (Their Problem is Ours):
Pat Hornsby-Smith
Interviewee (Their Problem is Ours):
Peter Casson
Interviewer (Their Problem is Ours):
Jack Warner
Speaker (Their Problem is Ours):
George Barrett
Producer (Their Problem is Ours):
Richard Gilbert
Exerciser (Keep Fit):
Eileen Fowler

Vera McKechnie introduces Your Monday Magazine.

George Cansdale's Animal Tour: 3: Birmingham
In which he takes a look at your pets.

Norman Macqueen, the man with the camera
See foot of page

The Story of Fashion
The final chapter by Cecile Hummel.

Swordsmen and Swords Through the Ages
With Terry Baker assisted by Peter Talkwell.

Stamp Collection

Contributors

Presenter:
Vera McKechnie
Item presenter (George Cansdale's Animal Tour):
George Cansdale
Item presenter:
Norman Macqueen
Item presenter (The Story of Fashion):
Cecile Hummel
Item presenter (Swordsmen and Swords Through the Ages):
Terry Baker
Assisted by (Swordsmen and Swords Through the Ages):
Peter Talkwell
Producer:
Leonard Chase

(See panel on right and page 4)

A magazine programme with the accent on the lighter side of life introduced each evening by Charles Richardson, Roger Moffat
and appearing during the week:
Louie Ramsay, Ann Griffiths, Nat Temple, Robert Reid, Alex Sterling, Peter Jackson, The Michael Sammes Singers

Each evening at 6.45

Contributors

Presenter:
Charles Richardson
Presenter:
Roger Moffat
Performer:
Louie Ramsay
Harpist:
Ann Griffiths
Musician:
Nat Temple
Performer:
Robert Reid
Performer:
Alex Sterling
Performer:
Peter Jackson
Singers:
The Michael Sammes Singers
Film Cameraman:
David Prosser
Film Cameraman:
Ken Westbury
Film Editor:
John Griffiths
Designer:
Gordon Roland
Editor:
Robert Reid
Producer:
Christopher Doll

The first of a new weekly series.
Presenting before a young audience the latest in popular records.
With the opinions of Alma Cogan, the popular songstress
Pete Murray, Britain's number one Dee-Jay
Gary Miller, popular recording star
Susan Stranks, a typical teenager
In the chair, David Jacobs

Contributors

Panellist:
Alma Cogan
Panellist:
Pete Murray
Panellist:
Gary Miller
Panellist:
Susan Stranks
Chairman:
David Jacobs
Programme devised by:
Peter Potter
Presented by:
Russell Turner

A new Western series starring Ty Hardin as Bronco Layne the roving cowboy adventurer.
When Bronco saves a young man from death by snake-bite he does not realise that he is helping one of the deadliest gunmen in the West. Even with Bronco's help and friendship the young man finds it tougher to live down an old reputation than to build a new one.
See column 4

Contributors

Bronco Layne:
Ty Hardin

The Window on the World
Every Monday Panorama cameras focus on People-Places-Problems that make the news.
Introduced by Richard Dimbleby with the Panorama team of commentators.
Including a Visit to Guildhall for the opening of World Refugee Year.
See page 8

Contributors

Presenter:
Richard Dimbleby
The programme edited and produced by:
Rex Moorfoot
Associate producer:
David Wheeler
Associate producer:
Kenneth Lamb

A six-part thriller serial by Margot Bennett.
[Starring] Fay Compton, Guy Rolfe, Barbara Murray, John Justin and Peter Sallis
The action takes place in a seaside town on the south coast. Time, The present
See facing page

Contributors

Writer:
Margot Bennett
Designer:
Roy Oxley
Film cameraman:
A. A. Englander, F.R.P.S.
Film editor:
Ian Callaway
Producer:
Gerard Glaister
Hugh Everton:
John Justin
Myopic waiter:
Arthur Shepherd
Lucy Bath:
Barbara Murray
Jan Deverill:
Jennifer Wright
Charles Atkinson:
Guy Rolfe
Gregory Bath:
Malcolm Keen
Guido:
George Roderick
Mrs. Leonard:
Fay Compton
Simmons:
Walter Horsbrugh
Cady:
Peter Sallis

[Starring] Kenneth McKellar
with his guest, Marion Studholme
and Michael Collins and his Orchestra
From the BBC's television studio in Scotland
(BBC recording)
(Marion Studholme appears by permission of the Sadler's Wells Opera Company)
See page 5

Contributors

Presenter/Tenor:
Kenneth McKellar
Soprano:
Marion Studholme
Musicians:
Michael Collins and his Orchestra
Designer:
Robert Macgowan
Producer:
Eddie Fraser

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