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Lovers Meeting or A Handbook to Courting

A miscellany compiled and edited by Barbara Nixon.
with Robert Beaumont, Billie Baker, Grey Blake, Olga Edwardes, Dennis Bowen, Christine Lindsay, Hugh Burden, Barbara Lott, Dick Francis, Barbara Nixon, Richard Hurndall, Ambrosine Phillpotts, Desmond Walter-Ellis, Joan White.
(Billie Baker appears by permission of 'The Wizard of Oz' Company and Grey Blake by the J. Arthur Rank Organisation)
BBC Television

Lovers Meeting or A Handbook to Courting

A miscellany compiled and edited by Barbara Nixon.
with Robert Beaumont, Billie Baker, Grey Blake, Olga Edwardes, Dennis Bowen, Christine Lindsay, Hugh Burden, Barbara Lott, Dick Francis, Barbara Nixon, Richard Hurndall, Ambrosine Phillpotts, Desmond Walter-Ellis, Joan White.
(Second performance of last Tuesday's programme)
(Billie Baker appears by permission of 'The Wizard of Oz' Company; Grey Blake of the J. Arthur Rank Organisation)

(to 16.00)
BBC Television

The Last Man Out: 6: The Way Out

Written and produced in six episodes by Shaun Sutton.
Another chance to see the story of a secret mission.
with Patrick Cargill, Francis Matthews, Barry Letts, Anthony Sagar, John Welsh, Richard Hurndall
BBC Television

The Trail Blazers

Their trade adventure...
Airmanship their art...
Heroes in a time that needed heroes
Alcock and Brown, Kingsford Smith, Charles Lindbergh, Amy Johnson, Jim Mollison, Amelia Earhart
In the years between the first world war and the 1930s these men and women drew new lines on the maps. They gave the world a new dimension and blazed the trails of today's established airways.
Narration written by John Pudney spoken by Richard Hurndall
From the West
BBC Television

The Sunday Play: The Affair

by Ronald Millar.
based on the novel by C. P. Snow.
Starring John Clements, Felix Aylmer, Alan Dobie, Michael Goodliffe, Sheila Allen, Nigel Stock, Cyril Luckham
with Harold Scott, Gerald Cross, Michael Atkinson, David Horne, Richard Hurndall
Presented by arrangement with Henry Sherek
First shown in April
BBC Television

Dr. Finlay's Casebook: The Aristocrats

Created by A.J. Cronin.
Starring Andrew Cruickshank, Barbara Mullen
with Bill Simpson as Dr. Finlay
Guest stars: Archie Duncan, Richard Hurndall
The series produced by arrangement with Graham Stewart
See page 15
BBC Television

The Last Man Out: 6: The Way Out

Written and produced in six episodes by Shaun Sutton.
The story of a secret mission.
[Starring] Patrick Cargill, Francis Matthews, Barry Letts, Anthony Sagar, John Welsh, Richard Hundall
BBC Television

Behold the Man

A play for television by Robert H. Webber and Guy Elmes.
[Starring] Andrew Osborn, Mark Dignam and Sonia Holm
The action of the play, which is based on a story by Robert H. Webber, takes place in Milan. Mantua, and Genoa at the end of the 15th century.
(Second performance on Thursday at 8.30 p.m.)
(Sonia Holm appears by permission of J. Arthur Rank Organisation, Ltd.; Andrew Osborn of Maurice Ostrer)
BBC Television

Youth at the Helm

A farcical comedy by Hubert Griffith, from the German of Paul Vulpuis.
The action takes place in an office and in the Board Room of the London and Metropolitan Bank
BBC Television

The Two Bouquets

A Victorian operetta by Eleanor Farjeon and Herbert Farjeon.
The operetta adapted for television and produced by Desmond Davis.
The action takes place at the Gill's house and garden and the regatta at Twickenham in 1878
BBC Television

The Cherry Orchard

by Anton Chekhov.
Translated by S.S. Koteliansky.
The scene is Russia, and the action takes place at the country estate of Madame Ranevsky in the year 1890
(Marian Spencer appears by permission of the Old Vic Company)
(Second performance)
(to 16.30)
BBC Television

The Cherry Orchard

by Anton Chekhov.
Translated by S.S. Koteliansky.
The scene is Russia, and the action takes place at the country estate of Madame Ranevsky in the year 1890.
(Marian Spencer appears by permission of the Old Vic Company)
BBC Television

A. V. Laider

Sir Max Beerbohm's story adapted for television by George F. Kerr.
The action of the play opens in a seaside hotel in the year 1908.
(A BBC Telerecording)
BBC Television

Bardell Against Pickwick

Scenes from "The Pickwick Papers" by Charles Dickens, adapted and produced by Stephen Harrison.
(Alan Wheatley is appearing at the Garrick Theatre)
BBC Television

Don Juan

A play by James Elroy Flecker, adapted for television and produced by Desmond Davis.
Tisbea's song and violin music specially composed by Alfred Reynolds
The action of the play takes place on board a ship, on the coast of Wales, and in London in the summer of 1911
(Repeat performance)
(to 16.30)
BBC Television

Androcles and the Lion

An old fable renovated by Bernard Shaw.

(Andrew Leigh and Michael Gough are appearing in 'But for the Grace of God')
(Repeat performance)
(to 16.20)
BBC Television

Adventure Story

A new play by Charles Terrot.
Adapted for television and produced by Michael Barry.

This play deals with the adventure of a young couple adjusting themselves to their new life after the husband's return from six years of war, in which he has reached a rank and done work beyond the scope of the civilian life he knew in 1939.
(Repeat Performance)
BBC Television

Adventure Story

A new play by Charles Terrot.
Adapted for television and produced by Michael Barry.
(Repeat Performance)
The play deals with the adventures of a young couple adjusting themselves to their new life after the husband's return from six years of war, in which he has reached a rank and done work beyond the scope of the civilian life he knew in 1939.
(to 16.30)
BBC Television

Bardell Against Pickwick

Scenes from 'The Pickwick Papers' by Charles Dickens, adapted and produced by Stephen Harrison.
(Alan Wheatley is appearing at the Garrick Theatre)

(to 16.15)






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