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Light Programme

CHARLES CHAPLIN

on the eve of the premiere of ' Limelight' comes to the microphone to be interviewed by leading people in the film world \ on his
Forty Years in Films
Chairman : Robert McKenzie
Light Programme

MEET MARY PICKFORD AND GLORIA SWANSON

When Mary Pickford and Gloria Swan son were in London at the same time earlier this year, Robert Gladwell went to meet them. He asked them similar questions, and this programme combines the replies of two of the greatest stars in half a century of film making.
Introduced by Robert Gladwell
Special music played by Arthur Dulay
Light Programme

WOMAN'S HOUR

Including
Tomatoes: some ideas on how to use them by Barbara Brew
Forty Years After: Mary Richardson looks back on memories of militancy
The Look for Autumn: In the high fashion of Paris; at the London stores; and in your wardrobe. As seen by Alison Settle , Mary Hill, and Ruth Drew
Back to School: Thoughts on the beginning of term from school-children.
Serial: Anna Karenina ' by Leo Tolstoy
Adapted by Claire Alexander Read by Sir Donald Wolfit
Part 4
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
Light Programme

WOMAN'S HOUR

including
The Talk of Two Towns: discussed by Nancy Spain in London and Ginette Spanier in Paris.
September Profile: Lillian Gish introduced by Gordon Gow
From the Elephant's Point of View: Sir Herbert Thompson describes an incident in India.
You Ask For It: I-Lunch for One. Phyllis Harker answers a request for ideas
Serial: Anna Karenina ' by Leo Tolstoy
Read by Sir Donald Wolfit
Part 9
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
Light Programme

News Summary; Any Questions?

A spontaneous discussion by Sir John Wolfenden, Percy Cudlipp, Joseph Grimond, M.P., George Pollock
Travelling Question-Master, Freddy Grisewood
From a factory canteen, Bristol
(Repeated on Tuesday at 1.10, Home)
Comments on this programme for use in 'Any Answers?' should be addressed to the BBC, Bristol, marked 'Any Questions?' and should arrive on Monday
Light Programme

Woman's Hour

Introduced by Marjorie Anderson and including:

The Clothes I'm Wearing: views from Muriel Dole

Mary Malcolm's Diary: tape recorded on a European journey

Career in Cameo: Gordon Gow talking to Sidney Poitier

The Day the Geese Came: a rural recollection from Joyce Leech

Reading Your Letters

Memorable Meals: second course by Alan Melville

Barbara Kelly reads from "The Snake has all the Lines" by Jean Kerr
Second of five extracts
The fourth, sixth, and seventh items are recorded
(Alan Melville broadcasts by permission of Harold Fielding)
Light Programme

Woman's Hour

Out of the News
Driving Mrs. Pankhurst: Aileen Graham Jones recalls 1911
Money: aspects and attitudes
Country Walk: with Harry Soan
Reading Your Letters
Letter to Someone's Son: from Francis Cammaerts
John Bluthal reads 'Gilligan's Last Elephant'
Fifth of eight instalments
Light Programme

TED RAY AND THE CAT'S WHISKER

Another unlikely adventure also involving a very special guest, Henry Hall
PAUL WHITSUN-JONES
PATSY ROWLANDS
DAVID NETTHEIM
A vocal comment from THE RAINDROPS and music from
THE KEN Moule SEPTET
Written by LAWRIE WYMAN
Produced by TRAFFORD
WHITELOCK Paul Whilsun-Jones is appearing in 'Oliver! ' at the New Theatre, London
Light Programme

WOMAN'S HOUR

Introduced by TERESA McGONAGLE
House and Home: smart ideas from ELIZABETH KENDALL Unforgotten: memories recalled by MURIEL CURRIE and PETER BECKETT Some Twentieth - Century
Women: the profile of Enid BLYTON
Reading Your Letters
Stage Schools: an enquiry by CAROLE ROSEN
' The Moon-spinners
MARY STEWART 'S book abridged by FAY WEBSTER
Read by JUNE TOBIN
First of ten instalments
Light Programme

The Public Ear

An entertainment magazine of news, reviews music, and opinions
Introduced by Allan Scott with Pauline Boty, Tony Hall and The Max Harris Group
Light Programme

Saturday Club

Billy J. Kramer, The Rolling Stones, The Dakotas, Tommy Bruce, Dev Douglas, Peter Harvey, The Velvettes
Lee Stirling
The Bruisers, with Les Reed
Arthur Greenslade and the Gee Men
Introduced by Brian Matthew
Light Programme

Let's Find Out

H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh answers questions put to him by four teenagers:
Susan Bucknell, Vivienne Barton, David Bucknell, Christopher Hall
In the chair, Peter Haigh
Light Programme

WOMAN'S HOUR

Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
Guest of the Week: JUDI DENCH
Reading Your Letters
Caring for Elderly Parents: a consultant geriatrician comments on some listeners' problems
In Praise of Clogs: KITTY SPENCER looks back
Holiday Forum 3: listeners' questions answered by ADRIENNE KEITH COHEN , JOHNNY MORRIS and PETER WHELPTON. Chairman, DENIS MORRIS
The Ninth Directive
ADAM HALL'S book abridged by Neville Teller Read by HUGH BURDEN
Last instalment
(Judi Dench is in "The Promise" at the Fortune Theatre, London)






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