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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

Contributors

Skater (Russia):
Oleg Protopopov
Skater (Russia):
Ludmilla Belousova
Skater (West Germany):
Marika Kilius
Skater (West Germany):
Hans Jurgen Baumler
Skater (Holland):
Sjoukje Dijkstra
Skater (West Germany):
Manfred Schnelldorfer
Skater:
Regine Heitzer
Skater:
Inge Paul
Skater:
Janet Sawbridge
Skater:
David Hickinbottom
Co-ordinator:
Arnold Gerschwiler
Designer:
Martin Johnson
Commentator:
Alan Weeks
Producer:
A.P. Wilkinson

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

Contributors

Skater (From Holland):
Sjoukje Djkestra
Skater (From Czechoslovakia):
Eva Roman
Skater (From Czechoslovakia):
Pavel Roman
Skater (From West Germany):
Marika Kilius
Skater (From West Germany):
Hans Jurgen Baumler
Skater:
Manfred Schnelldorfer
Skater:
Nicole Hassler
Skater:
Diana Clifton-Peach
Skater:
Malcolm Cannon
Skater:
Janet Sawbridge
Skater:
David Hickinbottom
Commentator:
Alan Weeks
Programme arranged by:
Harry Lauder
Producer:
A. P. Wilkinson

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.

Contributors

Skater (From Holland):
Sjoukje Djkestra
Skater (From Czechoslovakia):
Eva Roman
Skater (From Czechoslovakia):
Pavel Roman
Skater (From West Germany):
Marika Kilius
Skater (From West Germany):
Hans Jurgen Baumler
Skater:
Manfred Schnelldorfer
Skater:
Nicole Hassler
Skater:
Diana Clifton-Peach
Skater:
Malcolm Cannon
Skater:
Janet Sawbridge
Skater:
David Hickinbottom
Commentator:
Alan Weeks
Programme arranged by:
Harry Lauder
Producer:
A. P. Wilkinson

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

Contributors

Presenter:
Eric Sykes
Singers/dancers:
Le Chanson de Montreux
Band:
La Musique de Huemoz
Skater:
Doreen Denny
Skater:
Courtney Jones
Performers:
The Kessler Twins
Ventriloquist:
Fred Roby
Singer:
Rika Zarai
Musicians:
Marcel Bianchi and his Orchestra
Master of Ceremonies:
Bob Rocer
Additional script:
Alan Simpson
Additional script:
Ray Galton
Film cameraman:
Roger Bovard
Director:
Raymond Barrat
Producer:
Dennis Main Wilson

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...

Contributors

Writer/Director:
Val Guest
'The Body':
Michael Rennie
Mikki:
Yolande Donlan
Sue:
Hy Hazell
The Night Watchman:
Jon Pertwee
The Sergeant:
Cyril Smith
Benton:
Reginald Beckwith

(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.

Contributors

Performers:
The Kessler Twins
Performer:
Don L. Virion
Singer:
Miranda Martino
Singer:
Gino Corcelli
Musicians:
Quartetto Cetra
Performers:
The Bluebell Girls
Musicians:
Gorni Kramer and his Orchestra
Producer:
Guido Sacerdote
Producer:
Antonello Falqui

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)

Contributors

Singer/guitarist:
Cy Grant
Singer:
Elaine Delmar
Calypsonian:
Lord Kitchener
Arranged by:
Stanley Jack
Commentator:
Ernest Eytle

A specially recorded programme featuring your favourite light entertainment artists and introduced by David Nixon

Cast in order of appearance:
Ken Mackintosh and his Orchestra

Jimmy Logan with Ron Moody

David Hughes
With The George Mitchell Singers

Charlie Drake
with Mark Singleton

Jack Warner
with Arthur Rigby, Anthony Oliver, Moira Mannion, Harold Scott, Geoffrey Adams, Graham Ashley, David Webster, Dorothy Casey, Michael Brennan, Peter Byrne, Jeannette Hutchinson
The George Mitchell Singers

Joan Regan

Jimmy Edwards
with Arthur Howard, Jimmy Ray, Paul Norman, Sherree Winton, Katie Cashfield

The Black and White Minstrels
Starring The Mitchell Minstrels, conducted by George Mitchell
and The Television Toppers

The Orchestra (Leader, David McCallum) conducted by Eric Robinson

(David Nixon is in 'Cinderella' at the Pavilion, Bournemouth; Harold Scott in 'The Mousetrap' at the Ambassadors Theatre; Ron Moody in Cabaret at the Colony Restaurant, London)

Contributors

Presenter/Magician:
David Nixon
Musicians:
Ken Mackintosh and his Orchestra
Director (Ken Mackintosh and his Orchestra):
Stewart Morris
Comedian:
Jimmy Logan
[Actor]:
Ron Moody
Script (Jimmy Logan):
Terry Nation
Script (Jimmy Logan):
John Junkin
Director (Jimmy Logan):
Richard Francis
Singer:
David Hughes
Singers (David Hughes):
The George Mitchell Singers
Director (David Hughes):
John Street
Comedian:
Charlie Drake
[Actor]:
Mark Singleton
Script (Charlie Drake):
Charlie Drake
Director (Charlie Drake):
Ernest Maxin
Performer:
Jack Warner
Performer (Jack Warner):
Arthur Rigby
Performer (Jack Warner):
Anthony Oliver
Performer (Jack Warner):
Moira Mannion
Performer (Jack Warner):
Harold Scott
Performer (Jack Warner):
Geoffrey Adams
Performer (Jack Warner):
Graham Ashley
Performer (Jack Warner):
David Webster
Performer (Jack Warner):
Dorothy Casey
Performer (Jack Warner):
Michael Brennan
Performer (Jack Warner):
Peter Byrne
Performer (Jack Warner):
Jeannette Hutchinson
Singers (Jack Warner):
The George Mitchell Singers
Script (Jack Warner):
Ted Willis
Director (Jack Warner):
Douglas Moodie
Singer:
Joan Regan
Director (Joan Regan):
Francis Essex
Comedian:
Jimmy Edwards
[Actor] (Jimmy Edwards):
Arthur Howard
[Actor] (Jimmy Edwards):
Jimmy Ray
[Actor] (Jimmy Edwards):
Paul Norman
[Actor] (Jimmy Edwards):
Sherree Winton
[Actor] (Jimmy Edwards):
Katie Cashfield
Script (Jimmy Edwards):
Frank Muir
Script (Jimmy Edwards):
Denis Norden
Director (Jimmy Edwards):
Douglas Moodie
Singers/Dancers (The Black and White Minstrels):
The Mitchell Minstrels
Conductor (The Black and White Minstrels):
George Mitchell
Dancers (The Black and White Minstrels):
The Television Toppers
Dance Direction (The Black and White Minstrels):
Larry Gordon
Vocal Arrangements (The Black and White Minstrels):
George Mitchell
Musical arrangements (The Black and White Minstrels):
Alan Bristow
Musical arrangements (The Black and White Minstrels):
Ray Terry
Director (The Black and White Minstrels):
George Inns
Continuity written by (Christmas Night with the Stars):
David Whittaker
Orchestra Leader (Christmas Night with the Stars):
David McCallum
Conductor (Christmas Night with the Stars):
Eric Robinson
[Telerecording] Editor (Christmas Night with the Stars):
Sheila S. Tomlinson
Producer (Christmas Night with the Stars):
Graeme Muir

Jeremy Geidt the Caravan Showman rings up the curtain in Eastbourne and introduces you to Clive Dunn as Mr. Crumpet, Paul King, Trevor Little, Mister Joe and Partner Wizards of the Diabolo, Russ Henderson and the Trinidad Steel Band.
Accompanied by the Caravan Quartet and also to some of the children of Eastbourne.
(Mister Joe and Partner are appearing at Murray's Cabaret Club, London)

Contributors

Caravan Showman:
Jeremy Geidt
Mr. Crumpet:
Clive Dunn
Clown:
Paul King
Balloonist:
Trevor Little
Performers:
Mister Joe and Partner
Musicians:
Russ Henderson and the Trinidad Steel Band
Additional material:
Clive Dunn
Producer:
Barbara Hammond

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)

Contributors

Presenter/magician:
David Nixon
Magician:
Tonny van Dommelen
Escapologist:
Dill Russell
Dancer/dance arranged by:
Sheila Holt
Dance arranged by:
Tom Gillis
Orchestra directed by:
George Clouston
Orchestrations:
Alan Bristow
Producer:
Graeme Muir

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)

Contributors

Introduction:
The Hon. John Hay Whitney
Singer:
Lester Ferguson
Magician:
null Vendryes
Formation dancers:
The Sybil Marks and Phil Williams Formation Team
Musicians:
The 3rd Air Force Band
Dancers:
The Television Toppers
Musicians:
Eric Robinson and the Orchestra
Compere:
Archie Robbins
Dance direction:
Larry Gordon
Producer:
Richard Afton

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.)

Contributors

Director:
Harold Young
Rufus Rondell:
Ian Hunter
Adela Rondell:
Dorothy Peterson
Letitia Rondell:
Zasu Pitts
Margaret Rondell:
Pat Paterson
Florelli Zamarelli:
Leo Carrillo
Benjamin Zamarelli:
Kenny Baker
Evelyn Macy:
Maria Shelton
Betty Malina:
Ella Logan

(See panel and page 4)

Terry-Thomas and Dickie Valentine in
"Hit the Headlines"
at 8.0
Co-starring Jill Day, Jeremy Hawk, Patricia Cree
and introducing Wim Sonneveld

Eric Robinson conducts the Concert Orchestra and George Mitchell Singers

Contributors

Writer:
Ray Galton
Writer:
Alan Simpson
Production:
Francis Essex
Dancers:
The Dancers
Musicians:
The Concert Orchestra
Singers:
The George Mitchell Singers
Conductor:
Eric Robinson
"Hit the Headlines" specially composed by:
Paddy Roberts
Additional Material:
Frank Baker
Production numbers staged by:
Eleanor Fazan
Orchestrations:
Arthur Wilkinson
Orchestrations:
William Hill-Brown
The "Hit the Headlines" sequence staged by:
Irving Davies
The "Hit the Headlines" sequence directed by:
John Street
Film Sequences - Cameraman:
Peter Hamilton
Film Sequences - Editor:
Alf Chapman
Designer:
Audley Southcott
Master Printer:
Irving Davies
Carstairs:
Jeremy Hawk
Arnold:
Brian Patton
Cyril:
Jimmy Patton
Terry:
null Terry-Thomas
Ginger Jackson:
Jill Day
Alvin Mitchell:
Dickie Valentine
Susan Claire:
Patricia Cree
Cabaret artist:
Wim Sonneveld
Restaurant Manager:
Mario Fabrizi
Henry Thomas:
Sidney Vivian

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.

(Jimmy Logan is appearing in "Babes in the Wood" at the King's Theatre, Edinburgh; Kenneth McKellar in "Mother Goose" at the Alhambra Theatre, Glasgow)

Contributors

Comedian:
Jimmy Logan
Singer:
Kenneth McKellar
Singer:
Kathie Kay
Presented for television by:
Eddie Fraser

David Nixon says It's Magic
and introduces a thirty-minute mixture of mystery and music with The Benitas, Shan - presented by The Great Masoni, Sheila Holt and a panel of well-known guests to see fair play.
(The Bentias are appearing at the Cabaret Club, London)

Contributors

Presenter/Magician:
David Nixon
Fire-eaters:
The Benitas
Memory act:
null Shan
Magician:
The Great Masoni
Dancer/Choreographer:
Sheila Holt
Dancer/Choreographer:
Tom Gillis
Orchestra director:
George Clouston
Orchestrations:
Alan Bristow
Settings:
Guy Sheppard
Producer:
Graeme Muir

(See panel and pages 4, 5 and 7)

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

(Trevor Howard appears by arrangement with Open Road Films Ltd.)

Contributors

Narrator:
Trevor Howard
Writer (The Curtain's Rising):
Alan Melville
Writer (The Curtain's Rising):
Arthur Wilkinson
[Actress] (The Curtain's Rising):
Shirley Eaton
Dancer (The Curtain's Rising):
Wendy Toye
Dancer (The Curtain's Rising):
Irving Davies
Musicians (The Curtain's Rising):
Geraldo and his Orchestra
Comedian (Twenty-One Years):
Ted Ray
Comedian (Twenty-One Years):
Charlie Drake
Comedian (Twenty-One Years):
Kenneth Connor
Singer (Cabaret Night in Paris):
Georges Guetary
Writer (The Man on a Balcony):
Andre de Launay
[Actress] (The Man on a Balcony):
Peggy Cummins
[Actor]:
(The Man on a Balcony): Bob Monkhouse
Singer (Anniversary Toast):
Dickie Valentine
Singer (Anniversary Toast):
Bill Maynard
Performers (Outside Broadcasts):
Burns and Allen
Singer (Outside Broadcasts):
Line Renaud
Composer (The Isle is full of noises):
Benjamin Frankel
Singers:
The Scottish Junior Singers
Singers:
The Treorchy Male Voice Choir
Musicians:
The Symphony Orchestra
Conductor:
Eric Robinson
Choreography:
Irving Davies
Film sequences photographed by:
Peter Hamilton
Film sequences edited by:
Alf Chapman
Wardrobe Supervision:
Maureen Henegan
Special Make-up Effects:
Toni Chapman
Designer:
Stephen Taylor
Live sequences directed by/programme producer:
Francis Essex
Live sequences directed by:
John Street
Live sequences directed by:
Andre Hughes
Live sequences directed by:
John Vernon
Live sequences directed by:
Barry Learoyd
Live sequences directed by:
Bill Stevenson
Live sequences directed by:
Selwyn Roderick

Children's Caravan arrives at Wembley, the home of BBC Outside Broadcasts.
Jeremy Geidt, your Caravan Showman, invites you to a party to put the caravan away for the winter and to meet Elton Hayes, Don Tasker, Dorothy Fraser, Clive Dunn, Gordon Rollings, The Happy Wanderers, Sandy Sandford, Colin Fleming, Noberti, Robert Harbin.
Accompanied by the Caravan Quartet and assisted by the children of Wembley.

(Noberti is appearing at Murray's Cabaret Club)

Contributors

Showman/Script:
Jeremy Geidt
Storyteller/Singer/Words and music (Caravan Story Time):
Elton Hayes
Dancer:
Don Tasker
Dancer:
Dorothy Fraser
Comedian:
Clive Dunn
Performer:
Gordon Rollings
Musicians:
The Happy Wanderers
Entertainer:
Sandy Sandford
Dancer:
Colin Fleming
Entertainer:
null Noberti
Magician:
Robert Harbin
Musicians:
The Caravan Quartet
Script/Producer:
Peter Newington
Additional Dialogue:
Clive Dunn

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.

Contributors

Presenter (Cabaret at Three):
Peter West
Performer (Cabaret at Three):
Eve Lister
Performer (Cabaret at Three):
Bernard Hunter
Musicians (Cabaret at Three):
The Betty Smith Quintette
Singer (Cabaret at Three):
Jackie Moran
Singer (Cabaret at Three):
Gillian Moran
Producer (Cabaret at Three):
Joyce Belfrage
Presenter/Filmmaker (The New Boat):
Kay Mander
Producer (The New Boat):
Monica Sims

(See top of page and page 6)

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

(Cuban Carnival and Celestial Sorcery are presented by arrangement with the Eve Club)

Contributors

Singer:
Henri Salvador
Comedian:
Max Miller
Dancers:
Eve Club Girls
Performer:
Helen Archer
Performer:
Sheila Douglas
Dancers:
The Television Toppers
Orchestra directed by:
Eric Robinson
Dance Direction:
Larry Gordon
Decor:
Douglas Smith
Producer:
Richard Afton