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Vision On


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An ABZ of Sense and Nonsense with Tony Hart and introduced for deaf children by Pat Keysell also Ben Benison, Filopat and Patafil, The Prof, Jonah Humphrey, Umbrage and Susanne, Members of the Caricature Theatre and the Vision On Gallery

If you like making pictures and messing around with paint you're sure to enjoy this new series. Perhaps it will give you some ideas for a picture to send in; maybe for instance you could show us what you think the 'Burbles' look like - because we've never seen them.
(Anyone under 16 can send in paintings for the Gallery; address them to 'Vision on,' [address removed])


Presenter/Artist: Tony Hart
Presenter: Pat Keysell
Mime artist: Ben Bennison
The Prof: David Cleveland [unbilled]
Performers: Members of the Caricature Theatre
Director: Peter Wiltshire
Producer: Patrick Dowling

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