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: Children's Television

Sooty
with Harry Corbett.
(A BBC telerecording)

Children's Newsreel

Remember Jane
by Joan Paulin.
Characters in 1955: The Jesmonds' House in Northumberland
Characters in 1553: Bradgate Park. Leicestershire
Characters in 1770: Mr. Thomas Day's Estate at Stowe, near Litchfield
Characters in 1828: Lowood School in Yorkshire

Contributors

Puppeteer (Sooty): Harry Corbett
Writer (Remember Jane): Joan Paulin
Producer (Remember Jane): Dorothea Brooking
Designer (Remember Jane): Gordon Roland
Jane Jesmond: Gail MacKenzie
Mr Jesmond: Gerald Anderson
Mrs Jesmond: Violet Lamb
Lady Jane Grey: Rosemary Stevens
Lady Katherine Grey: Rajani Anand
Edward Seymour, Lord Hertford: Michael Partridge
Frances Grey, Duchess of Suffolk: Selma Vaz Dias
Robert Aylmer: John Woodnutt
Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk: Carl Bernard
John Dudley Duke of Northumberland: Campbell Gray
Thomas Day: John Woodnutt
James Bicknell, his friend: Kenneth Midwood
Mrs Allen Day's housekeeper: Margaret Boyd
Harry Huggins, his manservant: Robert Mooney
Jane Smith (Sabrina): Caroline Denzil
Matilda Dobbs (Lucretia): Christine Stirling
Pupils at Lowood School: Jane Eyre: Anneke Willys
Pupils at Lowood School: Helen Burns: Tracy Pelletier
Pupils at Lowood School: Jessie: Virginia Lloyd
Pupils at Lowood School: Hannah: Linda Bathurst
Pupils at Lowood School: Sarah: Judith Coates
Miss Temple, the superintendent: Jean Anderson
Miss Scatcherd, a mistress: Kathleen St. John
Mr Brocklehurst the founder: Carl Bernard
Mrs Brocklehurst,his wife: Muriel Zillah
Other parts played by: Lynda Coyne
Other parts played by: Dorothy Kingsmill
Other parts played by: Julia Puccini
Other parts played by: Valerie Turner

: Weather Chart

: One of the Family

Chairman, Franklin Engelmann
Panel:
Barbara Lyon, Molly Weir, Richard Murdoch, Frank Owen
Special investigators, Pauline and Larry Forrester

Contributors

Chairman: Franklin Engelmann
Panellist: Barbara Lyon
Panellist: Molly Weir
Panellist: Richard Murdoch
Panellist: Frank Owen
Special investigator: Pauline Forrester
Special investigator: Larry Forrester
Presented By: Ernest Maxin

: International Horse Show

Television outside broadcast cameras are at the White City Stadium, London, for the final preparations in the staging of this great equestrian event.

Contributors

Commentator: Dorian Williams
Presented for television by: Bill Duncalf

: Holiday Hotel

Stay with the stars at Blackpool and meet your resident hosts Jewel and Warriss and page-boy Jimmy Clitheroe.
Those signing the visitors' book include:
Frankie Vaughan, Hylda Baker, The Three Monarchs, Kenny Baker, Odette Crystal,
The Kordites.
Introducing 'Summer Show Girl' a search for the most beautiful girl in theatreland.
Augmented
BBC Northern Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Alyn Ainsworth
The second of six visits to the Norbreck Hydro, Blackpool.

(Jewel and Warriss and Odette Crystal are in 'The Big Show of 1955' at the Opera
House, Blackpool; Hylda Baker and The Three Monarchs in 'Pick of the Pack' at the Queen's Theatre; Kenny Baker, Jimmy Clitheroe, and The Kordites in 'Let's Have Pun' at the Central Pier; Frankie Vaughan in 'Wildfire' at the Empress Hall, Earls Court, London)

Contributors

Hosts: Jewel and Warriss
Page-boy: Jimmy Clitheroe
Singer: Frankie Vaughan
Comedienne: Hylda Baker
Harmonica comedians: The Three Monarchs
Trumpeter: Kenny Baker
Singer: Odette Crystal
Vocalists: The Kordites
Musicians: BBC Northern Variety Orchestra Conducted By: Alyn Ainsworth
Producer: Barney Colehan
Producer: Ronnie Taylor

: The Whole Truth

A television play by Philip Mackie.
[Starring] Griffith Jones and Sarah Lawson
The action takes place at the Paultons' home in North-West London.

A murder mystery such as this is a four-cornered battle of wits between the murderer, the law, the author, and the audience. But the ingredients may be divulged without loss of suspense: thus, in the course of one eventful evening, a number of people call at the Hampstead home of Lewis and Brenda Paulton. Lewis is a film producer, successful, charming, in his middle-thirties; Brenda is beautiful and some years younger; on the face of it, theirs is a perfectly happy marriage. But then the visitors start to call, among them the police, and life with the Paultons ceases to be tranquil. Mr. Mackie has more than one turn-and-turnabout surprise up his sleeve, so it will not do to say more about the plot, but there is a murder, and in the matter of solving it, viewers may test for themselves whether they are as observant as the Paultons' Dutch maid, Deenic. Peter Currie

Contributors

Writer: Philip Mackie
Producer: Stephen Harrison
Designer: Richard Wilmot
Deenie: Ellen Blueth
Lewis Paulton: Griffith Jones
Brenda Paulton: Sarah Lawson
Hugh Carliss: Michael Brill
Marion Gray: Margo Lorenz
Police Constable: Oswald Laurence
Det-Inspector Brett: Arnold Bell
Det-Sergeant Petty: John Howlett

: Evening Prayers

Conducted by The Rev. W. D. Kennedy-Bell.

Contributors

Conducted by: The Rev. W. D. Kennedy-Bell








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