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The biennial International Dance Festival Birmingham started in , organised by DanceXchange and involving indoor and outdoor venues across the city. Since , Birmingham has also been host to the Frankfurt Christmas Market. Modelled on its German counterpart , it has grown to become the UK's largest outdoor Christmas market and is the largest German market outside of Germany and Austria,  attracting over 3.
Birmingham's development as a commercial town was originally based around its market for agricultural produce, established by royal charter in Birmingham is one of only two English cities outside London to have four Michelin starred restaurants: Many fine Victorian pubs and bars can still be found across the city, whilst there is also a plethora of more modern nightclubs and bars, notably along Broad Street.
The Wing Yip food empire first began in the city and now has its headquarters in Nechells. There is also a thriving independent and artisan food sector in Birmingham, encompassing microbreweries like Two Towers,  and collective bakeries such as Loaf. Birmingham is home to many entertainment and leisure venues.
It is home to Europe's largest leisure and entertainment complex Star City as well as Europe's first out-of-city-centre entertainment and leisure complex Resorts World Birmingham owned by the Genting Group.
The Mailbox which caters for more affluent clients is based within the city. The local dialect is called Brummie. Birmingham is chiefly a product of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries; its growth began during the Industrial Revolution. Consequently, relatively few buildings survive from its earlier history and those that do are protected. There are 1, listed buildings in Birmingham and thirteen scheduled ancient monuments.
Traces of medieval Birmingham can be seen in the oldest churches, notably the original parish church , St Martin in the Bull Ring. The Victorian era saw extensive building across the city. Postwar redevelopment and anti-Victorianism resulted in the loss of dozens of Victorian buildings like New Street station and the old Central Library , often replaced by brutalist architecture. Existing communities were relocated to tower block estates like Castle Vale.
In a partial reaction against the Manzoni years, Birmingham City Council is demolishing some of the brutalist buildings like the Central Library and has an extensive tower block demolition and renovation programme. There has been much redevelopment in the city centre in recent years, including the award-winning  Future Systems ' Selfridges building in the Bullring Shopping Centre , the Brindleyplace regeneration project, the Millennium Point science and technology centre, and the refurbishment of the iconic Rotunda building.
Highrise development has slowed since the s and mainly in recent years because of enforcements imposed by the Civil Aviation Authority on the heights of buildings as they could affect aircraft from the Airport e.
Partly due to its central location, Birmingham is a major transport hub on the motorway, rail and canal networks. Spaghetti Junction , a coloquial name for the Gravelly Hill Interchange. Birmingham Airport , located 6 miles 9. The National Express headquarters are located in Digbeth , in offices above Birmingham Coach Station , which forms the national hub of the company's coach network. Birmingham's local public transport network is co-ordinated by Transport for West Midlands. An extensive canal system still remains in Birmingham from the Industrial Revolution.
The city has more miles of canal than Venice , though the canals in Birmingham are a less prominent and essential feature due to the size of the city and the fact that few of its buildings are accessed by canal. Birmingham is home to five universities: Birmingham is an important centre for religious education.
Birmingham Metropolitan College is one of the largest further education colleges in the country,  with fourteen campuses spread across Birmingham and into the Black Country and Worcestershire. Birmingham City Council is England's largest local education authority , directly or indirectly responsible for 25 nursery schools, primary schools, 77 secondary schools  and 29 special schools.
Birmingham has always operated a primary school system of 4—7 infant and 7—11 junior schools. In Birmingham libraries , leisure centres , parks , play areas , transport , street cleaning and waste collection face cuts among other services. Albert Bore , leader of Birmingham City Council called on the government to change radically how local services are funded and provided. It is claimed government cuts to local authorities have hit Birmingham disproportionately.
The former Birmingham Central Library , opened in , was considered to be the largest municipal library in Europe. It was designed by the Dutch architects Mecanoo and has been described as "a kind of public forum There are 41 local libraries in Birmingham, plus a regular mobile library service. There are several major National Health Service hospitals in Birmingham.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital , adjacent to the Birmingham Medical School in Edgbaston , houses the largest critical care unit in Europe,  and is also the home of the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine, treating military personnel injured in conflict zones. Birmingham saw the first ever use of radiography in an operation ,  and the UK's first ever hole-in-the-heart operation was performed at Birmingham Children's Hospital.
The Birmingham Corporation Water Department was set up in to supply water to Birmingham, up until when its responsibilities were transferred to Severn Trent Water. Most of Birmingham's water is supplied by the Elan aqueduct ,  opened in ; water is fed by gravity to Frankley Reservoir , Frankley , and Bartley Reservoir , Bartley Green , from reservoirs in the Elan Valley , Wales. Within Birmingham the Tyseley Energy from Waste Plant , a large incineration plant built in for Veolia ,  burns some , tonnes of household waste annually and produces , MWh of electricity for the National Grid along with , tonnes of carbon dioxide.
Another energy-from-waste centre using pyrolysis technology has been granted planning permission at Washwood Heath. Birmingham has played an important part in the history of modern sport. The Football League — the world's first league football competition — was founded by Birmingham resident and Aston Villa director William McGregor , who wrote to fellow club directors in proposing "that ten or twelve of the most prominent clubs in England combine to arrange home-and-away fixtures each season".
Today, the city is home of two of the country's oldest professional football teams: Rivalry between the clubs is fierce and the fixture between the two is called the Second City derby. Birmingham City also currently play in the Championship. Seven times County Championship winners Warwickshire County Cricket Club play at Edgbaston Cricket Ground , which also hosts test cricket and one day internationals and is the largest cricket ground in the United Kingdom after Lord's.
Birmingham has a professional Rugby Union club, Moseley R. Two major championship golf courses lie on the city's outskirts. The Belfry near Sutton Coldfield is the headquarters of the Professional Golfers' Association  and has hosted the Ryder Cup more times than any other venue. The venue will host the World Indoor Athletics Championships for a second time, when they come to Birmingham in Professional boxing , hockey , skateboarding , stock-car racing , greyhound racing and speedway also takes place within the city.
Birmingham will host the Commonwealth Games , replacing Durban , which was forced to withdraw as host due to economic problems. Birmingham has a wealth of existing sports venues, arenas and conference halls that are ideal for hosting sport during the Games. Alexander Stadium , which will host the ceremonies and athletics, will be renovated and the capacity will be increased to 50, seats.
The official handover to Birmingham took place at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games closing ceremony on 15 April Birmingham has several major local newspapers — the daily Birmingham Mail and the weekly Birmingham Post and Sunday Mercury , all owned by Reach plc. Forward is a freesheet produced by Birmingham City Council , which is distributed to homes in the city. Birmingham is also the hub for various national ethnic media, lifestyle magazines, digital news platforms, and the base for two regional Metro editions East and West Midlands.
Birmingham is the location for several British and international film productions including Felicia's Journey of , which used locations in Birmingham that were used in Take Me High of to contrast the changes in the city. The BBC has two facilities in the city. These were previously located at the Pebble Mill Studios in Edgbaston. Central's output from Birmingham now consists of only the West and East editions of the regional news programme Central Tonight.
The city is served by numerous national and regional radio stations, as well as hyperlocal radio stations. Birmingham has nine sister cities ; . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Retrieved 15 May Archived from the original on 17 May Archived from the original on 30 September Retrieved 19 December Commentary by Rev John Bebb. Commentary by Rev Michael Green. Introduced by Camp Chief John Thurman. Thanksgiving for victory in the Battle of Britain and laying up of the Queen's Colour. Berkely Smith Southern Oct 4th Baptismal Service from Weymouth Baptist Church. Christopher Palmer Tyne Tees Nov 1st ATV Nov 15th A combined service with the City Temple.
George Egan Southern Dec 13th For the first time, English is used in the mass. Commentator Rev John Bebb. Family Service from Radlett Parish Church. George Egan Southern Feb 7th George Egan Southern Mar 28th Rev Canon W O'Leary. Rev Preb A Stephan Hopkinson.
George Egan Southern June 27th Introduced by Major Fred Brown. ABC July 25th Matins from the Queen's Chapel of the Savoy London. Tyne Tees Aug 15th ABC Aug 22nd High Mass Aug 22nd Mass described by Father Daniel Costar. Tyne Tees- partially networked Aug 29th George Egan Southern Mattins Sept 12th Reading by Paul Rogers. ABC Oct 17th Jubilee Memorial Service Oct 17th On the death of Edith Cavell, extracts from her letters read by Anna Neagle.
Commentary Rev AR Freeman. Anglia- partially networked Dialogue Mass Oct 24th ABC Oct 31st ABC Nov 28th Communion from Kensington Temple London. ABC Dec 12th Tyne Tees Choral Cmmunion Jan 16th ABC Jan 23rd Southern Feb 6th ABC Feb 20th Southern Peoples' Mass Mar 20th Forbes Taylor Anglia May 1st ABC May 29th ABC June 5th ABC June 26th Southern Family Worship July 17th ABC July 24th ABC Aug 7th Rev Preb S Hopkinson. ABC Aug 21st With the Tingha and Tucker Club. Anglia Fish Harvest Festival Oct 16th Southern Morning Worship Nov 6th Anglia Parish Communion Dec 4th Southern Sung Mass Dec 11th Director not stated Anglia Dec 18th Southern Christmas Eucharist Dec 25th 11am Of course on other Christmas Days a religious service was also broadcast The service continued to begin at 11am, but on Jan 1st it was concluded at Commemorative Service at Clement Danes London.
ABC Feb 26th ABC Mar 12th Southern - this was followed Southern Low Mass May 28th ABC June 11th Anglia June 18th Open Air Meeting July 2nd ABC July 16th A service specially prepared for tv from Lowestoft Parish Church.
John Salway Anglia Matins Aug 13th Southern Morning Chapel Oct 22nd ABC Nov 5th Southern Family Service Nov 26th Southern Jan 21st ABC Feb 4th ABC Feb 18th Centenary Thanksgiving Service Apr 21st Southern May 5th ABC June 9th ABC July 21st Regular worship continued on Sunday mornings, eventually starting at 10am, before the service was dropped altogether in keeping with the irreligious modernism of the age, and the new commercialism of ITV.
Here and Now A miscellany programme devised by Associated Rediffusion, interesting because some later in the series were made by Anglia and Southern Television. These regional productions are noted below.
Critics were general dismissive of the series. When it started, it received unfavourable comparison with BBC's popular Tonight programme. An interesting comparison was made with the offering on Fri Feb 9th with the rival Tonight: A straightforward OB presentation was interspersed with clips showing the activities of various breeds of dogs, and a few interviews Since many of the programmes were devised on a topical basis, TV Times often simply indicated that regular presenter Huw Thomas introduced "the fun, the excitement, the fascination of life around us.
The very first programme in its regular 6. Tues Nov 7th Reporter: Wed Nov 8th Reporter: Thurs Nov 9th Reporter also Huw Thomas. Fri Nov 10th Reporter: Mon Nov 13th Reporter: Tues Nov 14th Reporter: Wed Nov 15th Reporter: Thurs Nov 16th Director: Fri Nov 17th Director: Fri Feb 9th Reporter: Christopher Hodson Mon Feb 26th Reporter: Tues Feb 27th Reporter: Wed Feb 28th Director: Thur Mar 1st Director: Fri Mar 2nd Director: Mon Mar 12th Director: Don Gale Wed Mar 14th Reporter: Thur Mar 15th Reporter: Fri Mar 16th Reporter: Tues Mar 27th Reporter: Wed Mar 28th Reporter: Thur Mar 29th Reporter: Mon Apr 9th Introduced by Michael Ingrams.
Nan Winton and NevilleBarker. Tues Apr 10th Introduced by Michael Ingrams. Wed Apr 11th Introduced by Michael Ingrams.
Thur Apr 12th Introduced by Michael Ingrams. Fri Apr 13th Introduced by Michael Ingrams. Mon Apr 30th Introduced by Michael Ingrams. Tues May 1st Introduced by Michael Ingrams. Wed May 2nd Introduced by Michael Ingrams. Thurs May 3rd Introduced by Michael Ingrams. Fri May 4th Introduced by Michael Ingrams. Huw Thomas, who had been ill in hospital, now returned to the series: Wed May 9th Director: Thur May 10th Reporter: Fri May 11th Introduced and directed by Michael Ingrams.
Wed May 16th Reporter: Thur May 17th Reporter: Fri May 18th Reporter: There was a three week break in the summer The programme returned on August 6th. Mon Aug 20th Director: Tues Aug 21st Reporter: Wed Aug 22nd Reporter: Thur Aug 23rd Reporter: Wed Sept 5th A London night club during the day. Mon Dec 17th Reporter: A demonstration of "a new dance craze" Thur Dec 20th Director: Mon Jan 21st Reporters: Michael Nelson and Steve Race.
Tues Jan 22nd Director: Thur Jan 24th Reporter: Mon Feb 4th Introduced by Dick Joice. Anglia Tues Feb 5th Reporter: Wed Feb 6th Director: Thur Feb 7th Reporter: Mon Feb 25th Introduced by Dick Joice. Michael Ingrams returns as Producer. Anglia Tues Feb 26th Director: Wed Feb 27th Reporter: Thur Feb 28th Reporter: Mon Mar 4th Introduced by Dick Joice. Anglia Tues Mar 5th Reporter: Wed Mar 6th Reporter: Thur Mar 7th Reporter: Wed Mar 20th marked Southern's first contribution, hosted by John McGavin Wed Mar 27th interview with a Hampshire millionaire who wants to give away two and a half million pounds Southern.
Directed by Anthony Searle. The plight of Essex oyster fishers. Wellings interviewed people in Colchester to learn how the lack of trade had affected them.
Shots of the bumper oyster harvest festival contrasted with the scene of dead rotting oysters. Anglia Tues Apr 30th Director: Wed May 1st introduced by Terence Carroll.
Anglia Tues May 14th Reporter: Mon June 17th Introduced by Dick Joice. Anglia Tues June 18th Reporter: Wed June 19th introduced by Terence Carroll. With 4 prefects in the common room of Bedales School Petersfield.
Southern Thur June 20th Reporter: Mon July 22nd Reporter Anthony Brown. Tues July 23rd Reporter Michael Ingrams. Southern Thur July 25th Reporter: Mon Aug 5th introduced by Bob Wellings Director: Anglia Tues Aug 6th Director: Report from Cowes Wed Aug 7th Commentators: Barry Westwood and Bill Richardson. Leading yachtsmen join Outside Broadcast cemeras on board Power Vessel 1. Southern Thur Aug 8th Reporter: Mon Aug 19th Director: Anglia Tues Aug 20th Director: A film about Fred Lexter of Abbotsbury.
Southern Thur Aug 22nd Reporter: Mon Aug 26th Reporter: Anglia Tues Aug 27th Director: Wed Aug 28th The Gymkhana Director: Southern Thur Aug 29th Reporter: Wed Sept 4th Southampton University Students making jazz at night. Southern Mon Sept 9th Director: Anglia Tues Sept 10th Director: With Peter Twiss, also aboard: Southern Thur Sept 12th Reporter: From now on, shown Mondays to Wednesdays, same time 6. Mon Sept 16th Introduced by Dick Joice. Anglia Tues Sept 17th Director: A film examining the change in hop picking methods.
Anglia Tues Sept 24th Director: Introduced by Peter Williams. Anglia Tues Oct 15th Director: Portrait of the Artist- Wed Oct 16th Director: Terence Carroll talks to Dusty Springfield. A visit to a sheepskin factory.
Anglia Tues Dec 3rd Intervewer: Nuclear Power- Wed Dec 4th. A visit to Dungeness Nuclear Power Station. On board the Harwich to Hook of Holland steamer. Anglia Tues Dec 17th Intervewer: Commuters- Wed Dec 18th. On board a crowded commuter train. Visit to areas affected by the floods, to see what has been done to ensure the tragedy is not repeated. Anglia Tues Jan 28th Intervewer: A Dog Match Wed Feb 12th. Southampton dog owners challenge owners in Hammersmith.
A visit to a police training establishment for dogs in Chelmsford. Anglia Tues Mar 3rd Reporter: The Sentence Begins Wed Mar 4th. Introduced by Terence Carroll. Men recently released from jail. Directed by Ron Downing. A training session for skaters in Yarmouth. Anglia Tues Apr 14th Reporter: A film fantasy about a teenage boy and girl.
Directed by Harry Aldous. Visit to a bacon factory. A Day at the Seaside Wed Apr 22nd. Southern The series ended in June before it could quite clock up editions.
Scottish Television ran their own Here and Now regional programme, which had no connection with this Missing Menu. Set in Mississippi, 'there simply isn't any such thing as being protected by the law down here. Why, when those three boys were murdered here last summer, the governor of the state said it served them right' 2 Three to a Cell Aug 25th Director: Why would they cross us?
Why don't I tell them? Wthatever the informer's told them, they don't expect us to break out tonight. And that's what we're going to do Unwin Time That master inventor of Gobbledygook, Stanley Unwin made numerous tv appearances, but I think this was the only series of his very own.
Professor Unwin takes an Unwinese look at hobbies and sports. It was a five minute monologue made for ATV in , but only partially networked. The Producer was Donald Shingler. Some of the lectures were: Wrestling- Sunday April 24th This ran for five series from until Starting and continuing on BBC radio, the first tv series was in on the BBC pictured left , with a second beginning on May 31st For the final three series, production was in the hands of Associated Rediffusion right picture.
However Ronnie Hanbury took over from Bob Ross about 4. The director was John Phillips except where noted. Details of the ITV programmes: Ben suspects their old friend Jack has amorous inclinations towards Bebe. When Richard decides that teenage girl friends are really far too juvenile for him, he falls overboard for a glamorous and sophisticated woman of the world.
The family are called to a solicitor's office to hear something t their advantage. All children between 9 and 90 believe in Santa Claus, and Bebe sets out to prove it to the family.
Bebe sets off to the January sales. Ben decides to put his foot down once and for all. Bebe decides to run the family in an entirely new way. Sept 19th , 6. A case of mistaken identity results in the arrival of an unexpected and unusual female figure. Bebe decides to become an artist with devastating effects on the family and the world of art.
Bebe suspects Ben of mixing pleasure with business at the office. Ben thinks it is time Richard learned to box, and takes him along to a boxing academy. But when the big fight comes, the results are not quite what the family expected. Bebe decides that men have things too much their own way. So she forms a woman's party to take over the government, with surprising results. The family are visited by Bebe's cowboy nephew from America. He decides to help Ben celebrate his birthday.
Bebe suspects Ben of having homicidal tendencies and enlists Florrie to help her do battle with the 'monster. Richard gets into troubles with his girl friends and accepts a little fatherly help and advice from Ben, with unexpected results. Barbara invites three juvenile delinquents to lunch.
Director for this episode: Bebe uses a domestic agency to get a handyman, but ends in a marriage bureau. Ben is volunteered for a hospital staff concert, but the hospital mistake him for a volunteer for a new research experiment.
Bebe goes to the sales, getting mixed up with a gang of international spies. The family think Richard has fallen for a striptease dancer. It's Bebe's birthday and she is hoping for a lovely surprise, but she doesn't get quite the one she expects. Ben's boss calls unexpectedly during his absence, and to save the situation, Richard disguises himself as his father. The family put on a play about the life of Nelson, with Ben as producer.
Ben decides, in defiance of the family, to give an open air dinner. The family go in for a spot of haunting, but things do not turn out quite as they planned. Under Fire "The North fires a salvo at London. The programme began in the Autumn schedules, the first I have noted: Thursday October 25th , Robin Day Thursday Dec 27th , Same directors After a break from early in , the series returned on April 6th , director: Friday May 17th , Friday Dec 27th , Last of series on May 5th It returned on May 26th , then in the summer for a brief spell on Mondays Michael Scott and Wilfred Fielding.
Photo shows Bill Grundy egging on the Manchester audience. It was back periodically in autumn Mondays Claude Whatham and Wilfred Fielding, this last series finishing in Spring Young Northerners ask questions to well known personalities.
Gordon Sandison of Equity supported the motion, "new recruits into the profession should be told of all the difficulties. First programme was on Wed Feb 20th Leonard Sachs was a later chairman, on May 1st The last of this series was on Thursday June 20th After a brief break the series returned next month on Thursdays 6. In September it moved to Thursday then Tuesdays at 6pm.
Michael Scott continued as the director. Elaine Grand became the regular chairman from October From Wed Feb 19th it was shown 6. Some special programmes that were advertised: Thurs Sept 13th with Lord Beveridge.
Should sport be compulsory in schools? Tues Jan 28th with Billy Butlin. Tues Feb 11th "This week the tables are turned, and the older generation have the chance to question four undergraduates. March 12th with Sir Ronald Howe: How to Fight Crime. April 23rd with Sir Compton Mackenzie. The title changed to We Want An Answer. However the emphasis was still on "young people with inquiring minds meet experts. Photo shows a rehearsal in which Pat Johns stood in for the questioner.
May 14th with Rabbi Kopul Rosen. May 21st with Sir Hugh Casson. May 28th with Carl Foreman. June 25th with Dame Edith Sitwell. In the summer schedules the series moved to Fridays Autumn saw it move to Thursdays 6. Dec 4th with Peter Hall. Dec 18th with Stephen Potter. Director in March was Graham Evans. Wilfred Fielding and Claude Whatham in April. In the summer Malcolm Muggeridge took over the chair until the series ended that August. Some others who appeared, dates not known: Sir Norman Birkett and Chris Brasher.
In a very similar style of programme was Who Goes Next? Said Cyril Coke, producer, "why these two ever got divorced is something of a mystery. Jango is always on the point of asking her to remarry him, but somehow never gets round to it. He almost bumbles by accident into crimes, but is exceptionally adept at solving them. Crimes he solves include: Murder Stamp was a play in the Television Playhouse series, that introduced these characters, and it was deemed worth building this series round them.
In the original play, Jango was a Professor of Criminology at Nairobi University, interested in unsolved crimes- yes, this was the original New Tricks! Everything points to Stanley Fletcher, but there is no real proof. After six years, it seems highly unlikely the truth will ever be discovered. Geoffrey Bellman and John Whitney. Peter Ling and Sheilah Ward. Rest of cast, many from Chez Les Dupre series: Mess Mates Series 1 began on June 28th and ran for 13 episodes.
After nearly a year's break, it returned for a second series on September 12th The last story was on March 13th Ronald Hines joined the second series as the new first mate 'Dapper' Drake.
The blarney introducing the programme stated: Led by the mate, that arch-schemer Tug Nelson, they spend as much time trying to outwit their skipper as they do holding the ship together. Biskett has to cope with the problem of the disappearing ship's bell. Talbot Rothwell and Lew Schwarz. Biskett has a new command, almost a new crew, and certainly a new mate. His troubles are over, or are they?
To cash in on the gambling craze, Dapper Drake persuades the crew that there is a big future in fruit machines. Unhappily the payoff is not exactly what they expected. Dapper Drake finds the tables are turned when he tries to smuggle an old pal aboard for a free trip to Ireland. Dapper Drake, offered the job of his dreams, finds it very difficult to keep the appointment.
With Vincent Harding as Doctor. Croaker has tummy ache and demands the full treatment. Captain Biskett decides to operate- with disastrous results. When Twinkle tries to find himself a wife, he nearly succeeds in marrying off the whole crew.
The TV Times front cover showed a photo of the series this week. Croaker Jones is petrified, and this feeling is catching. No Michael Balfour or Frank Atkinson The crew, faced with a forced indefinite leave and unable for private reasons to go home, volunteer to spend their time in an experimental isolation unit.
With Margaret Boyd as Mrs Biskett. A typical British seaman from the Jersey Lily is chosen to appear on television, and the rest of the crew try to make him into a big star 15 The Christmas Spirit Dec 19th No Michael Balfour or Frank Atkinson. Captain Biskett and the boys decide to take Christmas to the Croaker family, but when they arrive, laden with gifts and goodwill, everything is not plain sailing.
The crew of the Jersey Lily finds themselves carrying a strange cargo. Jan 2nd , 7. An abandoned baby turns all members of the crew into soft-hearted nursemaids. David Cumming and Derek Collyer. No Michael Balfour or Frank Atkinson who had left the series. The boys are broke again. How can the boys get it? The crew go on a monster hunt, and what a monstrosity it turns out to be. Croaker, Dapper Dan and the skipper suddenly rtake a topst turvy view of the world and discover things aren't what they seem.
All the nice girls lve a sailor- unless it's Croaker! When the captain has a birthday, things are liable to go with a bang! Does Captain Biskett walk in his sleep? Or is it two other people? In an attempt to stop smoking, Croaker never gives up. Captain Biskett writes a letter and ends up in a sorry state. On Stage A-R, A late evening show, not networked. But the show was introduced by Robert MacDermot. Jonathan Alwyn also worked on the series.
This first programme was hosted by Ludovic Kennedy. The programme on July 31st included scenes from the play Oh! Details of some later programmes: Tuesday February 4th , 11pm: May 20th edition included Gerard Heinz. Local repertory companies featured included those at Ipswich, Hornchurch, and Oxford. The programme's appeal was widened in June when it was renamed Late London. With music by the Steve Race Four. June 24th introduced by Jacqueline Mackenzie.
On July 1st it was renamed Late Extra: Introduced by Jacqueline Mackenzie and Michael Westmore. Other producers of the series included Alan Morris, directors included Ian Fordyce. No presenter is often mentioned though Kenneth MacLeod and Michael Ingrams seem to have been the main interviewers. Others who definitely appeared in this series included: In mid January the Malcolm Lockyer Sextet took over.
From the start of the series was shown on Thursday nights at 11pm. Edmund Purdom became the presenter from about Feb 26th Derek Waring was the presenter starting May Joan Phillips was the director May 21st only. May 4th Fanny Craddock introduced, with music by Steve Race. Tig Roe Missing Menu. In a trade ad at the end of the run in Sept , Davis thanked his guests, which were, in alphabetical order: Jerry Allen provided the backing music.
This was an opportunity for those in show business, or singers of professional standard to perform their act for four minutes or anything up to ten minutes. Around 50 people were auditioned every fortnight in London or Birmingham by Peters and his producer Fred Wilby. Unfortunately the acts were not announced in TV Times, so I can only give scant details from other sources of a few who appeared do email if you can add details: Jack Escott March 23rd Mimi Pearse a leading lady of the Folie de Londres July 7th Barry Johns from Southampton probable date July 28th Lorna Dean Sept 8th Peter Regan Missing Menu.
In this era of wall-to-wall tv, it's hard to appreciate the value of these periodic afternoon shows, which were shown as a supplement to the daily schedule. Broadcasting hours were restricted by law, only religious programmes, schools broadcasts and, strangely, Welsh language programmes were exempt from this post war rationing: But outside broadcasts were subject to separate government legislation- hours per year were allowed, in the s this was increased to hours pa.
This meant that many weekday afternoons offered viewers only a test card to watch, it was all very hit and miss when other outside broadcasts were scheduled, and sometimes some ITV regions offered only blank screens, while other stations were bathing in some local extravaganza.
Not included here are the many Horse Racing outside broadcasts, the first of which was on Nov 11th from Lingfield, I've also excluded Bank Holidays, and Cricket which also featured periodically in the summer schedules.
One early series that used OB equipment was Kingsway Corner , which picked on passers-by as they passed the A-R studios. Apart from the opening evening's ceremony, the earliest example I have noted was 5th National Fabric Fair Tues Oct 4th , Afternoon Out Wednesday Jan 11th , 4. Afternoon Out Wednesday Feb 22nd , Afternoon Out Wednesday Apr 11th , 4. After a break in the spring, perhaps it was deemed that viewers would be out of doors, the programmes returned from June to September under the umbrella Afternoon Out: Skyscraper on the South Bank Tues June 5th The FA Cup victory parade by the Manchester City team was one of the first transmissions by this unit.
Elaine Grand at the Royal Botanical Gardens. Arranged by Remy Hefter and Sam Cotton. The Travelling Eye Fri June 8h , The Travelling Eye Fri June 8h , 4. No 1 London Mon June 18th , The Way to the South Mon June 18th , 4. Soccer Coaching Tues June 19th , Inside out Tues June 19th 3. Blackpool Dog Show Wed June 20th Tea at the Embassy Thur June 21st , 3. Handle with Care Fri June 22nd , Commentators included Fred Perry and Maureen Connolly. Tuesday July 31st Arranged by Howard S Cotton.
Diplomatic liaison by Remy Hefter. Mary Hill and Kenneth Macleod. Farnborough Air Show Monday Sept 3rd , The Mighty Arsenal Thurs Sept 6th 4. Bernard Joy and John Wynn Jones. Chessington Zoo Fri Sept 7th , 3. Tuesday September 11th , 3. Waterfront Tuesday September 11th , 3. Thurs Sept 27th 4.
Ben Lyon discusses the models with Mary Hill. The murderer of a young man and a gamekeeper on Marsden Moor was never caught. Outside Broadcasts, apart from Horse Racing, and weekend broadcasts, were largely absent from the schedules until: Wimbledon from Mon June 24th , 1. Alan Morris and Stephen Wade. This was a return visit from Lord Baden-Powell and Ken Johnstone.
Wed Aug 7th 4. Thur Aug 8th, Fri Aug 9th, 4. A final visit was on Sat Aug 10th, Scene described by Kenenth MacLeod. International Dancing Championships Thursday Oct 31st , Introduced by Kenneth Macleod. Bill Perry A TV Times letter claimed, "I have just been watching the afternoon session of the Dancing Champinships and I noticed during the juvenile semi-final that the iridiscent sequins on the girls' dresses showed quite distinctly in colour.
Winter at the Wheel Friday Nov 1st , 3. Introduced by Kent Walton. University of London Wednesday December 4th , 3. Peter Lloyd and Emlyn Jones. Wimbledon from Mon June 23rd , 1. Noele Gordon and Bill Allenby. State Opening of Parliament Tues Oct 28th , Robin Day produced by BBC.
Having a Wonderful Time Boxing Day , 4. Introduced by Gordon Bradley. Tom Glazer and David Calcutt. ITV's first election coverage had begun the previous evening, scheduled to end at 2. Then bright and early at 6. Local results were transmitted from London, director: The programme was due to end when the results were known. Commonwealth Journey Monday Dec 8th , 3.
Though there had been few weekday afternoon outside broadcasts, apart from horse racing, during , the title 'Afternoon Out' had been applied to the range of Saturday afternoon events until just before Christmas, when it was altered to 'Let's Go.
Introduced by Rev Michael Hollings. There was a final visit on the Saturday afternoon. Farm in the North Wed May 18th , 3.
Greyhound Racing Thurs July 21st , 3. Bill Allenby ATV - a second visit, previously in Muriel Young and John Cotterill. Polo Thur Aug 25th , 3. Robin Addie and Emlyn Jones. Farnborough Air Display Tues Sept 6th , 2. Jeffrey Quill and Colin Hodgkinson. Show Jumping Wed Sept 7th , 4. Bill Perry Southern TV. Greyhound Racing Thurs Oct 13th , 3. Introduced by Nancy Wise. Schoolboy Boxing Tues Dec 13th , 3. J Murray Ashford A-R.
Christmas Rush Fri Dec 16th , 4. Introduced by Celia Irving. Greyhound Racing Mon Feb 6th , 3. The Design Centre Tues Feb 7th , 3. Basketball Wed Feb 8th , 4. London Rockets v Greenham Common Pirates. Canal Crusing Tues Mar 21st , 4. Kent Walton and Maureen Davies. Greyhound Racing Thurs Mar 23rd , 3.
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