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Family Affairs: Problems of Living
The Family Affairs panel discusses problems sent in by viewers.
This month it includes: Phyllis Hostler, The Rev. Arthur Morton, John Morris, Otto Shaw
In the chair, Beryl Radley
See foot of page
Letters to the Panel should be sent to Mrs. Beryl Radley, 'Family Affairs', [address removed]

3.15 London Town Scrapbook
Stories on film from past editions of 'London Town'.
Commentary by Richard Dimbleby
(First shown in 1953)

(to 15.30)


Panellist (Family Affairs:
Problems of Living): Phyllis Hostler
Panellist (Family Affairs:
Problems of Living): The Rev. Arthur Morton
Panellist (Family Affairs:
Problems of Living): John Morris
Panellist (Family Affairs:
Problems of Living): Otto Shaw
Chairman (Family Affairs:
Problems of Living): Beryl Radley
Director (Family Affairs:
Problems of Living): Margaret Smith
Narrator (London Town Scrapbook):
Richard Dimbleby
Scripts written by (London Town Scrapbook):
George Moresby White
Scripts written by (London Town Scrapbook):
Peter Hunt
Producer (London Town Scrapbook):
Stephen McCormack

Look around with Cliff Michelmore, Derek Hart, Geoffrey Johnson Smith, Macdonald Hastings and the travelling reporters including Alan Whicker, Fyfe Robertson.


Cliff Michelmore
Derek Hart
Geoffrey Johnson Smith
Macdonald Hastings
Alan Whicker
Fyfe Robertson
Associate producer:
Alasdair Milne
Associate producer:
Antony Jay
Associate producer:
Gordon Watkins
Donald Baverstock

Starring Jack Benny and Gueststars, Julie Andrews and Phil Silvers with David Rose and his Orchestra.

A lavish and laughable musical show with two of America's top comedians, and England's lovely singing star of 'My Fair Lady' and 'The Boy Friend'.


Jack Benny
Julie Andrews
Phil Silvers
David Rose and his Orchestra
Produced and directed by:
Bud Yorkin

For thirty minutes life is seen through the eyes of Mum and Dad, and of Vi, Lil, Nell, and Eileen-four sisters with four husbands. They are the Gladden family and they all live within a stone's throw of each other in the East End of London with eight children and a budgerigar.
Introduced by Robert Reid.
Written and produced by Stephen Hearst.
This film was previously shown last year in the Eye to Eye series


Robert Reid
Film editor:
Ian Callaway
Stephen Hearst

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