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Festival Close-Up: Adventure in Architecture

The Television Outside Broadcasts Unit stationed in the South Bank Exhibition looks at some of the striking architecture to be seen there.
While the television cameras show some of the salient features of the Exhibition, Hugh Casson, Director of Architecture for the Festival of Britain, discusses with V. J. Glassborow outstanding examples of modern architecture to be seen and explains the aims behind the design.
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The Way of the World

by William Congreve.
See above and page 39
BBC Television

Two for a Pair

A play written for television by Robert Strevene.
BBC Television

Stalemate

A comedy by Gilbert Thomas.

Taylor is an unctuous man, given to uttering platitudes in a manner designed to make them sound profound. He has also given to argon, to talking in lordly fashion about his 'creative impulses'. One hopes that he writes in less stilted fashion; for he is a writer, in Spain gathering material for a series of articles. Against his will he has brought his wife Anna with him, and has left her to vegetate alone in the hotel. This is asking for trouble, and Taylor gets it.....
BBC Television

Gravelhanger: 2: Death in a Ditch

The story of an adventure by Val Gielgud.
A serial in six parts.
BBC Television

Children's Television: A Tale of Two Cities: 2: The Jackal

by Charles Dickens.
Made into a television serial play in eight parts by John Keir Cross and produced by Kevin Sheldon.
[Starring] Mervyn Johns and Peter Wyngarde
BBC Television

Children's Television: A Tale of Two Cities: 3: The Gathering Storm

by Charles Dickens.
Made into a television serial play in eight parts by John Keir Cross and produced by Kevin Sheldon.
[Starring] Mervyn Johns as Mr. Lorry with Peter Wyngarde as Sydney Carton
BBC Television

Behold, The King

A play about the Nativity written by John Keir Cross and produced by Kevin Sheldon.
Presented by Children's Television.
BBC Television

Children's Television: The Invisible Armies: Part 2

The story, in four parts of Louis Pasteur by Nesta Pain.
With Hugh David as Pasteur.
BBC Television

A Shaft of Light

A dramatised study of dreams and their meaning by Kenneth Alexander.
[Starring] Edward Chapman and Michael Gwynn

See page 4
BBC Television

Children's Television: The Invisible Armies: Part 2

The story of Louis Pasteur in four parts by Nesta Pain.
With Hugh David as Pasteur.
BBC Television

Children's Television: The Honey Siege: Part 6

by Gil Buhet.
Adapted for television in six episodes by Antonia Ridge and Adrian Thomas.
BBC Television

For the Schools: A Tale of Two Cities: 2: The Jackal

by Charles Dickens.
Adapted in eight parts by John Keir Cross.
[Starring] Mervyn Johns and Peter Wyngarde
BBC Television

For the Schools: A Tale of Two Cities: 3: The Gathering Storm

by Charles Dickens.
Adapted in eight parts by John Keir Cross.
[Starring] Mervyn Johns and Peter Wyngarde
BBC Television

The Golden Spur: Part 1

by Constance Cox.
A story of The Wars of the Roses
A television serial in six parts.
BBC Television

The Golden Spur: Part 2

by Constance Cox.
A story of The Wars of the Roses.
A serial in six parts.
BBC Television

The Golden Spur: Part 3

by Constance Cox.
A story of The Wars of the Roses.
A serial in six parts.
BBC Television

The Golden Spur: Part 4

by Constance Cox.
A story of the Wars of the Roses.
A television serial in six parts.
BBC Television

Mr. Bossom's Day

by Edward Grierson.
[Starring] Edward Chapman
with John Westbrook






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