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: For the Children

"Peter Rabbit's Friends": "Reddy Fox lays a trap for Peter"
Adapted and designed for television by Sam Williams from the Thornton Burgess "Bedtime Story Books" and told by Donald Bisset.

5.15 Children's Newsreel

5.30 "What's the Object?"
Have your paper and pencil ready for another quiz conducted by Peggy Cameron and Barrie Edgar.

5.50-6.10 "The Story of Coppelia"
Peggy van Praagh tells the story and arranges the dances from the ballet.
Music by Delibes played by Tom McCall and Joyce Bell.

Contributors

Adapted and designed for television by (Peter Rabbit's Friends): Sam Williams
Author (Bedtime Story Books): Thornton Burgess
Reader (Peter Rabbit's Friends): Donald Bisset
Conducted By/devised by (What's the Object?): Peggy Cameron
Conducted By (What's the Object?): Barrie Edgar
Storyteller/dances arranger (The Story of Coppelia): Peggy van Praagh
Music by (The Story of Coppelia): null Delibes
Music played by (The Story of Coppelia): Tom McCall
Music played by (The Story of Coppelia): Joyce Bell
Presented By: Naomi Capon
Characters: in order of appearance (The Story of Coppelia):
Coppelia: Margarita Tate
Dr Coppelius: Michel de Lutry
Swanilda: Domini Callaghan
Her four friends: Sonia Hana
Her four friends: Yvonne Cartier
Her four friends: Marjory Woodhams
Her four friends: Hazel Wiscombe
Franz, her betrothed: David Blair

: Sunday Serenade

Genevieve Guitry and Andrew Osborn in songs from the new musical play
'Music at Midnight'.

Contributors

Singer: Genevieve Guitry
Singer: Andrew Osborn
Orchestra directed by: Eric Robinson
Presented By: Graeme Muir

: Time and the Conways

A play by J. B. Priestley.
Others taking part: Kay Astor, Daphne Lawrence, Diana Moyes, Madoline Thomas, Margaret Hersant.
The action of the play takes place in Mrs. Conway's house, a detached villa in a prosperous suburb of a manufacturing town, Newlingham.

Contributors

Writer: J. B. Priestley
Producer: Harold Clayton
Others taking part: Kay Astor
Others taking part: Daphne Lawrence
Others taking part: Diana Moyes
Others taking part: Madoline Thomas
Others taking part: Margaret Hersant
Settings: James Bould
Hazel: Alvys Maben
Carol: Carol Marsh
Alan: Eric Berry
Madge: Kathleen Michael
Kay: Helen Shingler
Mrs Conway: Barbara Everest
Joan Helford: Mary Jones
Gerald Thornton: John Stuart
Ernest Beevers: Robert Sansom
Robin: Peter Reynolds








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