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: For the Children: Picture Page (Junior Edition)

Edited and introduced by Joan Gilbert.


Editor/presenter: Joan Gilbert
Interviewer: Freddy Grisewood

: For the Children: Lawn Tennis for Young People

Viewers join Douglas Gresham, the well-known coach and lecturer at Wimbledon, where he is giving a lesson to a class of boys and girls from King's College School and Wimbledon High School.
(to 17.00)


Coach: Douglas Gresham
Presented for television by: Keith Rogers

: Berkeley Square

by John L. Balderston (in collaboration with J. C. Squire)
Based on Henry James's story: 'The Sense of the Past'


Author: John L. Balderston
Producer: Joel O'Brien
Maid: Gina Bevan
Tom Pettigrew: Hugh Falkus
Miss Pettigrew: Maxine Audley
The Lady Anne Pettigrew: Iris Baker
Mr Throstle: Victor Platt
Helen Pettigrew: Isabel Dean
The Ambassador: Hugh Miller
Mrs Barwick: Barbara Trevor
Peter Standish: Manning Wilson
Marjorie Frant: Pamela Alan
Major Clinton: Campbell Singer
The Duchess of Devonshire: Netta Westcott
Lord Stanley: Maurice Jones
H. R. H. The Duke of Cumberland, K.G.: Howard Marion-Crawford

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)

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