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Champions on Ice

Meet the World and Olympic champions in an international skating festival.
featuring
From Russia
Oleg Protopopov and Ludmilla Belousova, Gold Medallists in the Olympic Pairs event
From West Germany
Marika Kilius and Hans Jurgen Baumler, Pairs Skating Champions of the World
From Holland
Sjoukje Dijkstra, Ladies' Figure Skating Champion of the World and Olympic Gold Medallist
From West Germany
Manfred Schnelldorfer, Men's World and Olympic Champion
with
Regine Heitzer, Austria's Silver Medallist in the Olympics and runner-up in the World Championships
Inge Paul, Champion of West Germany
and
Janet Sawbridge and David Hickinbottom, British Ice Dance Champions and third in the World Championships
An exciting blend of championship performances and cabaret skating specially arranged for television at the Richmond Ice Stadium in London.
See page 45
BBC Television

Champions on Ice

A chance to see again the skills of the world's most exciting skaters.
An International Ice Cabaret
featuring
From Holland - Sjoukje Dijkstra, Ladies' Figure Skating Champion of the World
From Czechoslovakia - Eva and Pavel Roman, Ice Dance Champions of the World
From West Germany - Marika Kilius and Hans Jurgen Baumler Pair Skating Champions of the World
with Manfred Schnelldorfer, Champion of West Germany; Nicole Hassler, Ladies' Champion of France; Diana Clifton-Peach, British Ladies' Champion; Malcolm Cannon, British Men's Champion; Janet Sawbridge and David Hickinbottom, the leading Ice Dance Pair in Great Britain
An exciting blend of championship performances and cabaret skating specially staged for television at the Queen's Ice Skating Club, London.
Previously shown on October 10
BBC Television

Champions on Ice

International Ice Cabaret
An exciting blend of championship performances and cabaret skating specially staged for television at the Queen's Ice Skating Club, London.
Featuring:
From Holland - Sjoukje Djkestra, Ladies' Figure Skating Champion of the World
From Czechoslovakia - Eva and Pavel Roman, Ice Dance Champions of the World
From West Germany - Marika Kilius and Hans Jurgen Baumler, Pair Skating Champions of the World
With Manfred Schnelldorfer, Champion of West Germany; Nicole Hassler, Ladies' Champion of France; Diana Clifton-Peach, British Ladies' Champion; Malcolm Cannon, British Men's Champion; Janet Sawbridge and David Hickinbottom, the leading Ice Dance Pair in Great Britain.
BBC Television

Wish You Were Here!

Eric Sykes says Wish You Were Here! from the Villars Palace Hotel, Villars-sur-Ollon in the Bernese Alps, Switzerland.
The Singers and Dancers: Le Chanson de Montreux
The Village Band: La Musique de Huemoz
The Skaters: Doreen Denny and Courtney Jones, World and European Champions in 1959, 1960, and 1961
The Gala Cabaret at the Villars Palace:
The Kessler Twins, Angela and Fred Roby, Rika Zarai, Marcel Bianchi and his Orchestra
All technical facilities by courtesy of the Swiss Television Service
See page 5
BBC Television

The Saturday Film presenting: The Body Said No

Written and directed by Val Guest.
Starring Michael Rennie, Yolande Donlan and Hy Hazell
Mikki, a scatter-brained cabaret artist, overhears a sinister plot to kill film star Michael Rennie. No one will believe her story, least of all Rennie...
BBC Television

The Saturday Show

presents Authors and Swinson, Los Brutos, Carmita, Arthur Duncan, Jack Storey,
Denny Bettis, The Dolls.
Introduced by Ron Parry.
BBC Northern Dance Orchestra
Leader, Ernie Watson
Conducted by Bernard Herrmann
Produced by Barney Colehan, from the Norbreck Hydro, Blackpool
BBC Television

A 'Golden Rose' Programme: Giardino d'Inverno

(Winter Garden)
With The Kessler Twins, Don L. Virion, Miranda Martino, Gino Cokcelli, Quartetto Cetra, The Bluebell Girls, Gorni Kramer and his Orchestra.
Produced by Guido Sacerdote and Antonello Falqui for Italian Television

This was the second-prize winner at the Montreux Light Entertainment Contest in May; in close competition with The Black and White Minstrel Show, it was awarded the Silver Rose. Winter Garden is a truly 'spectacular' cabaret revue, one of the popular series broadcast in Italy last winter.
BBC Television

Koran

invites you to half an hour of Mystery.
The Jury: Six clergymen and Six physiotherapists
Robin Richmond at the organ
BBC Television

Caribbean Carnival

West Indians in London gather together with singers, dancers, and bands to celebrate their annual fete.
The Cabaret includes: Cy Grant, Elaine Delmar, Lord Kitchener
From the Seymour Hall, London.
(BBC recording)
BBC Television

The Terrace Room

Fifteen minutes of cabaret with Tonight's guest star: Humphrey Lyttelton and his Band.
BBC Television

It's Magic

David Nixon says 'It's Magic' and introduces a thirty-minute mixture of mystery and music with Tonny van Dommelen, Dill Russell, Sheila Holt and a panel of well-known guests to see fair play.
(Tonny van Dommelen is appearing at the Cabaret Club, London)
BBC Television

Thanksgiving Day Cabaret

At the Annual Dinner of the American Society in London from the Dorchester Hotel.
With an introduction by His Excellency The United States Ambassador, The Hon. John Hay Whitney.
and featuring Lester Ferguson, Vendryes, The Sybil Marks and Phil Williams Formation Team from Cardiff, The 3rd Air Force Band, The Television Toppers, Eric Robinson and the Orchestra.
Compere, Archie Robbins
(Vendryes is appearing at the Eve Club, London)
BBC Television

52nd Street

A film directed by Harold Young.
[Starring] Ian Hunter and Pat Paterson

During the 1920s the sober brownstone houses on 52nd Street were taken over by the bright lights of New York's night life. Ian Hunter plays a society man whose daughter insists on going into cabaret.
(to 15.55 app.)
BBC Television

Cabaret

From the Roosevelt Memorial Polio Fund Dinner
with Jimmy Logan, Kenneth McKellar, Kathie Kay and celebrity guest stars.
From the Central Hotel, Glasgow
The Roosevelt Memorial Polio Fund was started by a group of American business men living in Scotland. In a year, in Glasgow alone, some 16,000 crippled children use equipment purchased by the fund.
BBC Television

The World Our Stage

An entertainment to celebrate the twenty-first anniversary of BBC Television.

Programme:

The Curtain's Rising
written by Alan Melville and Arthur Wilkinson.
[Starring] Shirley Eaton, Wendy Toye, Irving Davies Geraldo and his Orchestra

Twenty-One Years
[Starring] Ted Ray, Charlie Drake, Kenneth Connor

Cabaret Night in Paris
featuring Georges Guetary from an RTF studio in Paris.

The Man on a Balcony
Written by Andre de Launay.
[Starring] Peggy Cummins and Bob Monkhouse

Anniversary Toast
[Starring] Dickie Valentine with Bill Maynard

Outside Broadcasts
Variety from Germany
Burns and Allen on film from America
Line Renaud from Paris
Experimental Colour Television from Alexandra Palace
Sound Radio from 'Saturday Night on the Light' in Broadcasting House, London.

And Finale from the British Isles
'The Isle is full of noises' (composed for this programme by Benjamin Frankel)
Sung by A section of the Royal Choral Society in London
The Scottish Junior Singers in Edinburgh
The Treorchy Male Voice Choir in the Rhondda Valley
The Symphony Orchestra conducted by Eric Robinson
At 8.0
BBC Television

Mainly for Women

Cabaret at Three
Peter West introduces Cabaret at Three with Eve Lister and Bernard Hunter, The Betty Smith Quintette and Jackie and Gillian Moran.

and
The New Boat
Kay Mander introduces scenes from the film she made in Java.
BBC Television

National Radio Show: Rooftop

You are invited to visit Television's own spectacular floor show
Star cast includes Henri Salvador, The great French cabaret artist; Max Miller, The cheeky chappie; Eve Club Girls with Helen Archer and Sheila Douglas; Celestial Sorcery; Cuban Carnival; and Star speciality acts.
The Television Toppers
BBC Television

A-Z: U

Alan Melville takes you from A-Z through the world of entertainment and some of its more unusual aspects.
The programme based on the A.B.C. of Show Business by Wolf Mankowitz.
This week's letter 'U' presents
Georges Ulmer, The famous French cabaret and recording star
(A BBC telerecording)
Ulanova, The Russian Prima Ballerina in a film excerpt
'The Ugly Duckling'
The well-known Walt Disney cartoon based on the story by Hans Christian Andersen.
and a special item illustrating
An Unusual Aspect of Show Business






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