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: Friends from the Zoo

Introduced by David Seth-Smith and their Keepers

Contributors

Presenter: David Seth-Smith

: Joan Collier

in songs with Evel Burns (pianoforte)

Contributors

Singer: Joan Collier
Pianoforte: Evel Burns

: Film: The Plow That Broke the Plains

Written and directed by Pare Lorentz.

Contributors

Writer/director: Pare Lorentz
Music: Virgil Thomson

: The Fame of Grace Darling

A new drama by Yvette Pienne.
[Starring] Wendy Hiller as Grace
The action of the play takes place from September, 1838, to October, 1842, in the Longstone Lighthouse, Farne Islands, Northumberland; at Cousin McFarlane's shop at Alnwick; and in Grandfather Horsley's cottage at Bamburgh.
(Viola Lyel appears by permission of A.D. Peters)
(Jack Lambert appears by permission of Henry Sherek, Ltd and Tom Arnold, Ltd.)

Contributors

Writer: Yvette Pienne
Decor: Malcolm Baker-Smith
Production: Fred O'Donovan
Grace Darling: Wendy Hiller
William Darling: Mark Dignam
Mrs Darling: Marie Ault
Brooks Darling: Norman Claridge
Thomasin Darling: Viola Lyel
John Wheldon: Anthony Hawtrey
The third Duke of Northumberland: Laidman Browne
The third Duchess of Northumberland: Mary Hinton
Mr Smeddle: Tarver Penna
Mr Yates: Walter Fitzgerald
Miss Catherine Sinclair: Hester Paton Brown
Bessie McFadden: Freda Bamford
Thomas Musgrave Joy: Wilfred Fletcher
David Dunbar: Douglas Jefferies
Henry Perlee Parker: David Hofman
The Times reporter: Peter Scott
Berwick and Kelso Advertiser reporter: Jack Lambert
The Thunderer reporter: William Hutchison
Survivor - Woman: Doreen Richards
Survivor - Dan Donovan: Jack Lambert
Survivor - John Tullock: Barry Phelps
Survivor - Jonathan Tickett: J Adrian Byrne
Survivor - John Kidd: Michael Brennan
Survivor - John Nicholson: Christopher Rowan Robinson
Survivor - John MacQueen: Hendrik Baker

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Television Design 28 February 2016








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