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BBC Outside Broadcasts Units bring you the fourth day's play direct from the All England Lawn Tennis Club, Wimbledon with Commentary-News Flashes-Summaries by Dan Maskell, Peter West, David Coleman.
(to 14.00)

Contributors

Commentary/News Flashes/Summaries:
Dan Maskell
Commentary/News Flashes/Summaries:
Peter West
Commentary/News Flashes/Summaries:
David Coleman
Television presentation:
Innes Lloyd
Television presentation:
A.P. Wilkinson
Executive producer:
Alan Chivers

Written and narrated by Oliver Postgate.
A second chance to see the film series about Cyrus the Seahorse and his friend Bartholomew the Shrimp.

Last week you saw how Cyrus and Shrimp found the first of the Mermaid's Pearls. This week you see how they swam to the still deeper waters and met the sea cows.

Contributors

Writer/Narrator:
Oliver Postgate
Drawings:
Peter Firmin
Drawings:
Robert Broomfield
Music:
Vernon Elliot

Pinky and Perky invite you to join them with John Slater as Poppa Luigi at The Pop-In.
Devised and written by Margaret Potter.
Another chance to see the series first broadcast last year.

Contributors

Presented by:
Jan Dalibor
Presented by:
Vlasta Dalibor
Devised and written by:
Margaret Potter
Designer:
Tim Harvey
Producer:
Trevor Hill
Poppa Luigi:
John Slater

A series by Hazel Adair and Peter Ling.

Both Geoffrey Gray and Mrs Millet come out of hospital. Doug's new scheme is launched. Alan and Barry Sothern find fresh mystery in the Marmot James story.

Contributors

Series creator:
Hazel Adair
Series creator:
Peter Ling
Script:
Bob Stuart
Designer:
Richard Hunt
Costume supervisor:
Olive Harris
Producer:
Morris Barry
Director:
Michael Imison
Iris:
Louise Dunn
Wendy:
Sandra Payne
Anthea:
Julia Lockwood
Paula:
Judy Franklin
Susan:
Sonia Fox
Ceclia:
Rachel Gurney
Bruce:
Robert Flemyng
Terry:
Jimmy Ray
David:
Vincent Ball
Doug:
Lawrence James
Barry Sothern:
Robin Hawdon
Stan:
Johnny Wade
Alison:
Betty Cooper
Alan:
Basil Moss
Mrs Millet:
Freda Bamford
Adrian:
Robert Desmond
Rosemary Gray:
Jackie Lenya
Tim Gray:
Scot Finch
Geoffrey Gray:
Edward Evans

Written by Vince Powell and Frank Roscoe.
A second showing of The Date
Starring Harry Worth
with Gordon Rollings, Gwendolyn Watts, Doris Gambell, Sheree Winton, Jean Marlow, Joe Gladwin, Diane Aubrey
From the North

Contributors

Writer:
Vince Powell
Writer:
Frank Roscoe
Settings:
Kenneth Lawson
Producer:
John Ammonds
Himself:
Harry Worth
[Actor]:
Gordon Rollings
[Actress]:
Gwendolyn Watts
[Actress]:
Doris Gambell
[Actress]:
Sheree Winton
[Actress]:
Jean Marlow
[Actor]:
Joe Gladwin
[Actress]:
Diane Aubrey

by Michael Williams.
The special squadrons needed moonlight to fly into occupied countries on their secret operations.

A daring sabotage plan depends on the loyalty of Etienne, the local schoolmaster. But is he to be trusted?

Contributors

Writer:
Michael Williams
Director:
Sheelagh Rees
Designer:
Lionel Radford
Film sequences - cameraman:
A.A. Englander
Film sequences - editor:
John House
Music composed and arranged by:
Dudley Simpson
Producer:
Gerard Glaister

Old-Time Music-Hall from the stage of the Famous City Varieties, Leeds.
presenting
Gladys Morgan and Company, Elizabeth Larner, Jacques Ary, Soo Bee Lee, The Gaunt Brothers, Jimmie Webster and Jill, The Goldini Sisters
Chairman, Leonard Sachs

Contributors

Comediennes:
Gladys Morgan and Company
Singer:
Elizabeth Larner
Performer:
Jacques Ary
Soprano:
Soo Bee Lee
Singers:
The Gaunt Brothers
Performers:
Jimmie Webster and Jill
Balancers:
The Goldini Sisters
Chairman:
Leonard Sachs
Musical director:
Bernard Herrmann
Producer:
Barney Colehan

A fortnightly programme.
In which Denise Robins and Evelyn Home discuss the vogue in romantic fiction with Muriel Telford and Frances Glendenning.
Introduced by Kenneth Kendall.

Contributors

Panellist:
Denise Robins
Panellist:
Evelyn Home (Peggy Matkins)
Panellist:
Muriel Telford
Panellist:
Frances Glendenning
Presenter:
Kenneth Kendall
Producer:
Vernon Sproxton

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