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: For the Children

Muffin the Mule
Muffin celebrates his second Television birthday by giving a party to Annette and Ann

The Jones Family in Ireland
The Jones family went to Ireland for their summer holidays. You will hear about their adventures in a picture story by Pearl Binder

Percussion Music
The Merrow Down Percussion Band play some of their favourite tunes

Making Your Christmas Presents: Number 1
Ernest Race shows how to make a pleated lampshade from cartridge paper

An Expedition to Greenland
A film made in Pearyland last year by a band of Danish explorers. One of them, Ebbe Munck, tells you about the expedition

Contributors

Writer (The Jones Family in Ireland): Pearl Binder
Musicians (Percussion): The Merrow Down Percussion Band
Designer (Making Your Christmas Presents): Ernest Race
Speaker (An Expedition to Greenland): Ebbe Munck
Producer: Caryl Doncaster

: Take Back Your Freedom

A play by Winifred Holtby and Norman Ginsbury
Adapted and produced by Michael Barry
Other parts played by Vivian Milroy and Frederick Davies
The play takes place at Westminster and Oxford during a period of modern time which together with the characters, is purely imaginary.
(Andrew Osborn appears by permission of Maurice Ostrer)

Contributors

Author: Winifred Holtby
Author: Norman Ginsbury
Adapter and producer: Michael Barry
Actress: Vivian Milroy
Actor: Frederick Davies
Settings designer: Barry Learoyd
Miss Dorset, Private Secretary to Dr. Clayton: Gillian Lind
Bryan Winter, M.P., Parliamentary Secretary to Dr Clayton: Richard Wattis
Arnold Clayton, d.sc, Ph.D., M.P., Under-Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, afterwards Lord Protector of the British Empire: Andrew Osborn
Viscount Hoggard, Lord Privy Seal: Aubrey Dexter
Baron Lennox of Lanark, Proprietor of United National Newspapers, Ltd: Leonard Sachs
Major Richard Lawrence, D.s.o.,M P , afterwards Field-Marshal: William Fox
Mrs. Clayton, Clayton's mother: Mary Newcomb
Mary, a maid: Viola Merrett
Lady Carter: Ambrosine Phillpotts
Brigadier Sir Montague Carter: Charles Cullum
Austin Annerly: Ian Cooper
Corporal Gosway: Sam Kydd
A woman journalist: Rosalie Crutchley








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