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Family Affairs: Years of Confusion: 6: What are they thinking
A series of seven programmes taking a new look at adolescents.

About the H Bomb?; About Capital Punishment?; About Fan Clubs?; About the Colour Bar?
Some young people talk with Elaine Grand and Anne Allen.
Film extracts are shown from 'The Aldermaston March'; 'We Are the Lambeth Boys'; 'The Tommy Steele Story'.

Programme introduced by Alex Macintosh.

3.15 Approach to India
The first of two films showing some aspects of life in and around Bombay,
Filmed and introduced by Constance Paul.

(to 15.30)

Contributors

Interviewer (Years of Confusion):
Elaine Grand
Interviewer (Years of Confusion):
Anne Allen
Presenter (Family Affairs):
Alex Macintosh
Producer (Family Affairs):
Beryl Radley
Filmmaker/presenter (Approach to India):
Constance Paul
Presented by (Approach to India):
Richard Gilbert

[Starring] Eamonn Andrews
with Pearl Carr and Teddy Johnson, Ronnie Corbett, Raymond Rollett, The Bel Louis Brothers and 'Double or Drop'.

('Double or Drop' is devised by Eamonn Andrews; Bert Hayes is appearing at the Butlin's Hotels, Cliftonville)

Contributors

Presenter/'Double or Drop' devised by:
Eamonn Andrews
Singer:
Pearl Carr
Singer:
Teddy Johnson
Comedian:
Ronnie Corbett
Comedian:
Raymond Rollett
Performers:
The Bel Louis Brothers
Music:
Bert Hayes and his Sextet
Script:
Frank Roscoe
Producer:
Johnny Downes

Look around with Cliff Michelmore, Derek Hart and the travelling reporters including Alan Whicker, Fyfe Robertson.

Contributors

Presenter:
Cliff Michelmore
Reporter:
Derek Hart
Reporter:
Alan Whicker
Reporter:
Fyfe Robertson
Associate producer:
Alasdair Milne
Associate producer:
Antony Jay
Associate producer:
Gordon Watkins
Editor:
Donald Baverstock

With John Neville, Chan Canasta, T.H. White and Richard Hearne, The George Mitchell Singers.

(John Neville is appearing in "Irma La Douce" at the Lyric Theatre, London)

Contributors

Presenter/Singer:
Julie Andrews
Performer:
John Neville
Magician:
Chan Canasta
Guest:
T.H. White
Comedian:
Richard Hearne
Singers:
The George Mitchell Singers
Orchestra conducted by:
Eric Robinson
Orchestra leader:
David McCallum
Musical arrangements:
Ronnie Grainer
Musical arrangements:
Ray Terry
Musical arrangements:
Bert Thompson
Musical arrangements:
Dennis Wilson
Choreography:
Sidonie Darrell
Choreography (Pointe Shoe Blues):
Kenneth MacMillan
Script:
Peter Myers
Designer:
Tony Walton
Director:
Leonard Michell
Producer:
Pauline Grant

Written and produced by Arthur Swinson.
A second series of programmes on the work of an English Detective Agency.

Alexander Putterill cannot settle down to a job at home and goes off to the Mediterranean in search of a more exciting life. His aunt becomes worried and calls in the Private Investigators to track him down and find out what he is doing. This story will be concluded next week.
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Contributors

Writer/Producer:
Arthur Swinson
Director:
Christopher Barry
Bill Jessel:
Douglas Muir
Peter Clarke:
Ian White
Mrs. Putterill:
Gillian Maude
John Unthank:
Campbell Singer
Mrs. Layton:
Ursula Camm
Gui Joffret:
Michael Anthony
Abdullah:
John Adam
Luigi:
Peter Zander
Lisa Marten:
Bernadette Milnes
Madame Valentine:
Michele Clement
Bill Fanshawe:
Max Faulkner
Roly Hicks:
Hector Ross
Kassim:
Rifat Shenel
Otto Kant:
George Mikell
Willie Kirsch:
Dennis Edwards
Panterra:
Kerry Jordan
Captain Lavengo:
Andre Maranne
Mark Langstaff:
Arnold Bell
Shakespeare:
David Graham
Alexander Putterill:
Robert Yorke

meets this evening to answer your questions.
The members this week are: Sir George Thomson F.R.S., James Fisher, Dr. J. Bronowski.
Chairman, Norman Fisher
Questions should be addressed to: 'The Brains Trust', [address removed]

Contributors

Panellist:
Sir George Thomson
Panellist:
James Fisher
Panellist:
Dr. J. Bronowski
Chairman:
Norman Fisher
Producer:
John Furness

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