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Children's Television: Studio 'E'


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Your Monday Magazine.

The Adventures of Charlie Quick
with Clive Dunn as Charlie.

What do you want for Christmas?
A quick look at some of the exciting things in the toy shops with Harry Corbett and Elizabeth Adams.

Larks in the Library
Ronnie Stevens and the librarian turn over a new leaf.

Pop of the Week
Ted Taylor introduces a current record hit.

Neville Maude shows you how to use a flash-light for your indoor holiday snaps.

Kim the Keeshond meets some friends


Charlie Quick (The Adventures of Charlie Quick): Clive Dunn
Item presenter (What do you want for Christmas?): Harry Corbett
Item presenter (What do you want for Christmas?): Elizabeth Adams
[Actor] (Larks in the Library): Ronnie Stevens
Item presenter (Pop of the Week): Ted Taylor
Item presenter (Photo-Flash): Neville Maude
Edited and produced by: John Hunter Blair

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Children's Television: Studio 'E'

BBC Television, 16 December 1957 17.00

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