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Children's Television presents...

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Sandy Sandford with Jacko: More Monkey Business

5.10 Seeing is Believing: 1: Talking the Air
The first of a new series of science programmes.
W. F. Millard shows Robert Gladwell things the air can do.

5.25 The Gordon Honour: 4: The Twins' Candlestick
Written and produced by Shaun Sutton.
The further adventures of a candlestick.

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Ventriloquist: Sandy Sandford
Scientist (Seeing is Believing): W. F. Millard
Presenter (Seeing is Believing): Robert Gladwell
Writer/producer (The Gordon Honour): Shaun Sutton
Fights arranged by (The Gordon Honour): Peter Diamond
Lord Freddie Gordon/Lord 'Beau'/Lord Clarence Gordon: Bruce Gordon
Admiral the Duke of Tyburne/Commodore the Duke of Tyburne: Paul Whitsun-Jones
Sir James Fitzwilliam/Black Jack Fitzwilliam: Colin Douglas
Ronald Fitzwilliam/Sir Lucius Fitzwilliam: Barry Letts
Poppy: Penelope Bartley
Dodge: Raymond Rollett
Sambo: Sandy Allen
Signor Sharpelli: Dennis Ramsden
Tom: Nigel Arkwright
Dick: Peter Diamond
Other parts played by: Paddy Ward
Other parts played by: Garth Adams
Other parts played by: Vincent Hitchcock

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Children's Television presents...

BBC Television, 9 November 1956 17.00






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