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: For the Children

Mrs. Clement Attlee opens the new television studio for the Children's Hour at
Lime Grove, London.

Followed by "Ali Muffin and the Four Thieves"
with Annette Mills (who writes the songs)
and Ann Hogarth (who pulls the strings)

Contributors

Guest: Mrs Clement Attlee
Composer: Annette Mills
Puppeteer: Ann Hogarth

Blog post that mentions this programme:

Ready to Play... Ten Notable Things About Play School 20 April 2017

: House Warming

Jennifer and Wilfred Pickles introduce new and old friends in a special party in honour of the occasion.
They include Megs Jenkins, Richard Hearne, Jimmy Hanley
with Tom McCall and Edna Haitzfeld at the piano
Finally a message for the children from The Rt. Rev. Anthony Otter, Bishop of Grantham.

Contributors

Presenter: Jennifer Pickles
Presenter: Wilfred Pickles
Performer: Megs Jenkins
Performer: Richard Hearne
Performer: Jimmy Hanley
Pianist: Tom McCall
Pianist: Edna Haitzfeld
Speaker: Rev. Anthony Otter
Producer: Peter Thompson

: It Concerns Us All

A Danish film
With Poul Reichhardt, Ilselil Larsen, and Lisbeth Movin.
This film, by singling out one little Austrian girl, tells the story of the thousands of European children who were left stricken in the wake of war, a story that concerns us all.
(With English sub-titles)

Contributors

Jørgen Vedel: Poul Reichhardt
Leni Rosner: Ilselil Larsen
Edith: Lisbeth Movin
Director: Alice O'Fredericks

: Interlude

: The Title

[Starring] Jill Esmond, Raymond Huntley, and Peggy Simpson
A comedy by Arnold Bennett.
The action of the play takes place in Mr. Culver's house in London

Contributors

Author: Arnold Bennett
Producer: Harold Clayton
Settings: Barry Learoyd
Mrs Culver: Jill Esmond
Mr Culver: Raymond Huntley
Hildegarde Culver: Peggy Simpson
John Culver: Ray Jackson
Tranto: John Benson
Sampson Straight: Roddy Hughes
Miss Starkey: Betty Cooper
Parlourmaid: Viola Merrett








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