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Children's Television

Synopsis

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BBC Television Puppet Theatre
Two of Everything
A play by Louise Cochrane based on a story from the book The Treasure of Li-Po by Alice Ritchie.
Guest artist, Wolf Goldberg

St. Jerome and the Lion
An old legend made into a play by Louise Cochrane.
The puppeteers are Molly Gibson, Gordon Murray, George Speaight, Elizabeth Donaldson and Elizabeth Thorndike

Children's Newsreel

Between the Shows
This afternoon's show has just ended and artists and animals are resting before the evening performance. Raymond Baxter takes you for a glimpse behind the scenes of Blackpool Circus.

Contributors

Adapter (Two of Everything/St Jerome and the Lion): Louise Cochrane
Author (The Treasure of Li-Po): Alice Ritchie
Guest artist (Two of Everything): Wolf Goldberg
Puppeteer (Two of Everything/St Jerome and the Lion): Molly Gibson
Puppeteer/puppets (Two of Everything/St Jerome and the Lion): Gordon Murray
Puppeteer (Two of Everything/St Jerome and the Lion): George Speaight
Puppeteer (Two of Everything/St Jerome and the Lion): Elizabeth Donaldson
Puppeteer (Two of Everything/St Jerome and the Lion): Elizabeth Thorndike
Narrator (Two of Everything/St Jerome and the Lion): Redvers Kyle
Narrator (Two of Everything/St Jerome and the Lion): Raymond Rollett
Designer (Two of Everything/St Jerome and the Lion): Sam Williams
Puppets (Two of Everything/St Jerome and the Lion): Kim Allen
Producer (Two of Everything/St Jerome and the Lion): Ursula Eason
Presenter (Between the Shows): Raymond Baxter






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