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Men, Women and Clothes: 4: Formal Clothes

A series of six films of authentic clothes from the Museum of Costume at Eridge Castle, Sussex.
Devised, written, and spoken by Doris Langley Moore.
The cast includes:
The Countess of Huntingdon, Elizabeth Cruft, Alan Edwards, Rachel Kempson, Moyra Fraser, Lydia Sokolova, Shelagh Gregory, Veronica Turleigh, Jeremy Hawk, Sir Mortimer Wheeler, Mrs. Vyvyan Holland, Irene Worth
(A BBC Television Film)
BBC Television

Men, Women and Clothes: 5: Informal Clothes

A series of six films of authentic clothes from the Museum of Costume at Eridge Castle, Sussex.
Devised, written, and spoken by Doris Langley Moore.
The cast includes: Sir Basil Bartlett, Lady Rose Bligh, Dora Bryan, Camilla Hasse, Lady Moorea Hastings, Jeremy Hawk, Rachel Kempson, Lady Anne Nevill, Lady Rose Nevill, Lady Vivienne Nevill, Margaret Rawlings, Lydia Sokolova.
(A BBC Television Film)
BBC Television

Men, Women and Clothes: 6: Facing the Elements

A series of six films of authentic clothes from the Museum of Costume at Eridge Castle, Sussex.
Devised, written, and spoken by Doris Langley Moore

The cast includes: Lady Rose Bligh, Elizabeth Cruft, Alan Edwards, Camilla Hasse, Jeanne Heal, Joan Heal, Margaret Lane, Mary Malcolm, Lady Anne Nevill, Margaret Rawlings, Veronica Turleigh, Irene Worth
(A BBC Television Film)
BBC Television

Buried Treasure: 17 - Mohenjo-daro

Sir Mortimer Wheeler's excavations of the 4,000-years-old red brick city of Mohenjo-daro produced many exciting results. In this programme, filmed with the co-operation of the Government of Pakistan, he describes the city and the ancient and mysterious civilisation of the Indus Valley, to which it belonged.
BBC Television

Eye to Eye: 6: London - New York

Tonight 'Eye to Eye' spans the Atlantic, and a musician who has lived in both cities interprets the scenes recorded by our cameras in streets 3,500 miles apart.
Photographed in New York by Dick Bagley and in London by Charles Parnell.
Piano accompaniment by Tom McCall
See page 5
BBC Television

Panorama from South Africa

Richard Dimbleby opens a special edition of Television's Window on the World which brings a film report by Woodrow Wyatt from the Union of South Africa.
Produced by Michael Peacock who writes on page 9
BBC Television

The Restless Sphere

See top of page and pages 4 and 5
The story of The International Geophysical Year
Told by H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh at the invitation of The Royal Society
At 7.30

Film Coverage by World Wide Pictures, Ltd.; BBC Television Film Unit; National Film Board of Canada; Film Division, Department of the Interior, Australia; New Zealand Govt. Film Unit; United States Information Agency; United States Department of Defence; Psantralnaya Studia Dokumentalnih Filmov, C.C.C.P.; Televisni Studio Praha
BBC Home Service Basic

DESERT ISLAND DISCS

Fred Streeter
(in a recorded programme) discusses with Roy Plomley the gramophone records he would choose to have on a desert island
Produced by Monica Chapman
BBC Home Service Basic

Desert Island Discs

Leopold Stokowski (in a recorded programme) discusses with Roy Plomley the gramophone records he would choose to have on a desert island.
BBC Television

Eye to Eye: The Big Gamble

Written and directed by Pamela Bower and Richard Cawston.
Commentary spoken by Jack Warner.
'Eye to Eye' looks at just some of the millions of people who take the Big Gamble every summer, and just one of the many seaside resorts where they take it.
See page 7
BBC Home Service Basic

LETTER FROM AMERICA

No. 500 by Alistair Cooke
Tonight's broadcast is a notable landmark in a series in which Mr. Cooke describes for British listeners the intimate background as well as the broad sweep of life in the United States.
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
BBC Home Service Basic

DESERT ISLAND DISCS

Christopher Stone
(in a recorded programme) discusses with Roy Plomley the gramophone records he would choose to have on a desert island
Produced by Monica Chapman
BBC Home Service Basic

Desert Island Discs

Bransby Williams (in a recorded programme) discusses with Roy Plomley the gramophone records he would choose to have on a desert island.
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
BBC Home Service Basic

The Reith Lectures RUSSIA, THE ATOM AND THE WEST

by George F. Kennan
Professor of History at the Institute for Advanced Study
Princeton, N.J.
3-The Problem of Eastern and Central Europe
In this lecture Mr. Kennan reviews the uncertainties and instabilities of Eastern and Central Europe. He suggests the basis of a policy for reducing the pressures of a dangerous situation.
Next Sunday: The Military Issues
These Lectures are being printed in The Listener.
BBC Home Service Basic

The Reith Lectures RUSSIA, THE ATOM AND THE WEST

by George F. Kennan
Professor of History at the Institute for Advanced Study
Princeton, N.J..
4-The Military Problem
In this lecture Mr. Kennan speaks about the effect which the possession of nuclear weapons by both Russia and the West has on Western military dispositions. He suggests a new approach to the defence of the Continental NATO countries.
Next Sunday:
The Non-European World
These Lectures are being printed in The Listener.
BBC Television

Panorama

Richard Dimbleby opens Television's Window on the World.
Every Monday the Panorama team of special contributors - using film and television cameras - focuses on events and personalities of the moment.






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