A magazine programme.
Introduced by Humphrey Lestocq with Peter Hawkins, Patricia Driscoll, Sheilah Ward and Mr. Turnip (Manipulation by Joy Laurey).
Script by Peter Ling containing:
Magic and Mischief
in which Harry Corbett is interrupted by Sooty.
A serial thriller by Alan Cooper.
Room for Music
with Steve Race.
Hank Rides Again
with Francis Coudrill who draws and animates the pictures writes the story and does the voices with Geoff Lofts (drums) and Joe Muddel (bass).
Mr. Turnip (voice):
Mr. Turnip (puppeteer):
Puppeteer (Magic and Mischief):
Writer (Lost Property):
Musician (Room for Music):
Illustrator/animator/writer/voices (Hank Rides Again):
Drummer (Hank Rides Again):
Bass (Hank Rides Again):
Puzzles devised by:
Patrick Troughton in...
A serial in six parts.
Adapted by C. A. Lejeune from the novel by A.E.W. Mason.
James Stuart, Pretender to the English throne:
Sir John Hay:
Prince of Poland:
Countess de Bergh:
Ivy Benson and her All-Girls Band
The Tanner Sisters
The Nelson Brothers
Jimmy Jeff and June
The George Mitchell Singers
The Sherman Fisher Girls
Ivy Benson and her All-Girls
Jimmy Jeff and
The George Mitchell
The Sherman Fisher
Orchestra under the direction of:
Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Labour and National Service on behalf of the Conservative Party.
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