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Vision On: Try This One


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A fortnightly programme in which pictures speak louder than words.
Introduced for deaf children by Pat Keysell.

Questions and puzzle games played by teams of deaf and hearing children in the studio for you to share in at home.
Question-Master, Edwin Denton
Most people like a chance to air their knowledge, so this afternoon's edition of Vision On will undoubtedly be popular because children in the television studio and at home are being invited to 'Try This One'. The boys and girls in the studio who try to answer the questions or show their skill in the games will be divided into teams, each made up of two children who are deaf and two who can hear normally. As well as calling for skill, many of the games also require good powers of observation.


Presenter: Pat Keysell
Question-Master (Try This One): Edwin Denton
Designer: Kenneth Wrench
Director: Gerald Wiltshire
Producer: Ursula Eason

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Vision On: Try This One

BBC One London, 21 July 1964 17.35

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