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For Children of Most Ages
Heritage of the Past
W. R. Dalzell visits some of London's renowned art galleries and museums
We owe the Victoria and Albert Museum of Fine and Applied Arts largely to the success of the Great Exhibition of 1851. 5.20 ' Jennings at School' by Anthony Buckeridge
6 (and last): ' Jennings and the Old Folks at Home '
Produced by David Davis
It was in the Tuck Box Room and not on the Swanee River that Jennings planned to hold an ' At Home ' for the Old Foiks-well, not very old, perhaps, although Mr. Carter and Mr. Wilkins must both be on the wrong side of thirty.
5.55 The Weather
Forecast for land areas, followed by a detailed forecast for the South-East region


Unknown: R. Dalzell
Unknown: Anthony Buckeridge
Produced By: David Davis
Jennings: Nigel Lambert
Darbishire: Jonathan Margetts
Mr Carter: Geoffrey Wincott
Mr Wilkins: Wilfred Babbage
Venables: Anthony Wilson
Atkinson: Charles Greville Williams
Temple: Stewart Guidotti

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