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Decay in Children's Teethâ€”1
Professor Alexander MacGregor
Families of Other Lands
Israel: by Pearl Binder
Introduced by Gwen Farrow
Produced by Beryl Radley and It's a Small World
Queen Mary's Art Treasure*
Commentator, Olive Gregg
Cameraman. Ken Higgins
Produced by David Attenborough
(*A BBC film previously shown on June 20, 1954)
Item presenter (Decay in Children's Teeth):
Item presenter (Families of Other Lands):
Commentator (It's a Small World):
Cameraman (It's a Small World):
Producer (It's a Small World):
For the Very Young
Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your children and invites them to join in songs and games.
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
(A BBC television film)
Narrator/Script, music, and settings:
by Frances Hodgson Burnett.
A serial in five parts adapted for television by Josephine Smith Wright.
Film sequences by the Children's Film Unit
The action takes place in the late nineteenth century.
Mr Wilkins, a groom:
The Earl of Dorincourt:
Mr Thomas, a footman:
Minna, 'Lady Fauntleroy':
Other parts played by:
At Home in Platt Farm
Brian Johnston takes outside broadcast cameras to visit one of your favourites at his farm home in Kent.
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Look around with Cliff Michelmore.
Sport - Music - Politics - People
Cinema - Theatre - Travel
with Derek Hart, Geoffrey Johnson Smith and this week, Rory McEwen.
in which Richard Murdoch introduces Frank Paul and Robert Nathan, Erica Yorke
Mai Bacon and The Harry Engleman Players.
Conducted by Harry Engleman
From the BBC's Midland television studio
The Harry Engleman
from the Television Theatre with Semprini, The Keynotes also introducing Guest Artists.
The Leslie Roberts Silhouettes
The Leslie Roberts
Choreographer and associate producer:
Orchestra conducted by:
[Starring] Joan Davis in the film series...
by Janet Allen.
[Starring] Fay Compton with Mary Kerridge
From the BBC's Welsh television studio
Harriett Coates is the most powerful character in tonight's play, but she does not appear in the cast: she has in fact been dead for some years before the play opens.
Since Harriett's presence is strongly felt throughout the action, Kind Cousin is a ghost story; but it is also more than that. Janet Allen, the author, has drawn a strong picture of conflicting loyalties in the setting of an old manor-house in the country.
There is the dead woman's sister, Sarah, now in possession of the house but prevented by illness from caring for it as her sister would have wished; there is Abby, the housekeeper, watchful of her mistress's interests; there is Anna, the kind cousin, the poor relation about whom so little is known, slowly and insidiously taking possession of the manor; and Harriett herself, though dead, still possessing the house more strongly than any of the living.
Abby, the housekeeper:
Anna the kind cousin:
Edward, Sarah's nephew:
Nora, his wife:
Russell Waters tells a story by Donald Wilson.
BBC Television outside broadcast cameras visit the great Cathedral Church of St. Peter in Exeter to show you not only a building rich In history, but something of the part which the Cathedral plays today in the life of the city and of the Diocese.
Introduced by Alan Gibson.