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Children's Television

Synopsis

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Children's Newsreel

Let's Go Climbing
Viewers are invited to come to one of the crags of Snowdonia to see what to do and what not to do when climbing this summer.

The Girl at the Window
A play by P. D. Cummins based on the ballet 'Coppelia'.
(Previously televised last Thursday)

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Commentator (Let's Go Climbing): Wynford Vaughan Thomas
Presented by (Let's Go Climbing): David J. Thomas
Writer (The Girl at the Window): P. D. Cummins
Producer (The Girl at the Window): Dorothea Brooking
Settings (The Girl at the Window): Stewart Marshall
Dr. Coppelius: Oliver Burt
Old Anna: Evelyn Moore
Margareta: Maureen Pryor
Swanilda: Ann Summers
Nettchen: Anna Walmsley
Frantz, betrothed to Swanilda: Maurice Kaufmann
Waldo betrothed to Nettchen: Andrew Downie
The Mechanical Toys: Coppelia: Isla Richardson
The Mechanical Toys: Old Gentleman: Claude Bonser
The Mechanical Toys: Chinaman: Low Ping
The Mechanical Toys: Sambo: Tamba Allenby






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