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: For the Children

"Muffin the Giant Killer or Jack and the Carrot Stalk"
Muffin and his friends take part in a fairy tale-with the help of Annette Mills, Ann Hogarth, and Jan Bussell.

"The Life of a Foal"
Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald shows a Danish film describing the life of a foal from its birth to the time when it goes to the famous Jutland Horse Fair.

"Your Pictures"
Peter Thompson shows some of the pictures you have sent him, and tells more about the National Exhibition of Children's Art, and explains how beginners can make interesting patterns from simple lines and shapes.

Contributors

Presenter ("Muffin the Giant Killer"): Annette Mills
Puppeteer ("Muffin the Giant Killer"): Ann Hogarth
Puppeteer ("Muffin the Giant Killer"): Jan Bussell
Presenter ("The Life of a Foal"): Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald
Presenter/Illustrator (Your Pictures): Peter Thompson
Producer: A. Miller Jones

: Down Our Street

A Cockney play by Ernest George.
Adapted and produced by Douglas Allen.
[Starring] Nancy Price

The action of the play takes place in the East End of London and covers a period of two weeks in late summer.

Contributors

Author: Ernest George
Settings: Barry Learoyd
Adapter/producer: Douglas Allen
Carlo: Andrea Malandrinos
Rose Martin: Elizabeth Maude
Tessie Bernstein: Miriam Karlin
Fred Anning: Frederick Piper
Maggie Anning: Joan Harben
Ginger: David Ward
Sam: Alan Reid
Det-Sgt Brown: Campbell Singer
Tram Conductor: Basil Lord
Charlie Stubbs: Digby Wolfe
Belle Collins: Maria Charles
Pietro: Robert Rietty
Annie Collins: Nancy Price
Policeman: Stanley Lemin
Bill Collins: Norman Pierce
Others taking part: Edward Fairbrother
Others taking part: Kevin Sheldon
Others taking part: Charles Wade
Others taking part: Ann Soper
Others taking part: Freda Falconer
Others taking part: Winifred Hill
Others taking part: Barry Blake
Others taking part: Richard Beynon
Others taking part: Dudley Williams








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