For the very young
Stories about a family of wooden dolls who live on a farm.
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Script and music:
A cartoon musical based on Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol.
Adapted by Barbara Chain.
Starring Mr. Magoo as Scrooge
with the voice of Jim Backus as Scrooge
Also featuring the voices of: Morey Amsterdam, Jack Cassidy, Royal Dano, Jane Kean, Joan Gardner
Mr. Magoo/Scrooge (voice):
Bob Cratchit (voice):
Dick Wilkins (voice):
Marley's Ghost (voice):
Tiny Tim (voice):
Ghost of Christmas Past (voice):
with Wendy Hiller
Today's story: Little Grey Rabbit's Christmas
by Alison Uttley.
with pictures by Margaret Tempest.
Leslie Crowther, Peter Glaze, Valerie Walsh and Jillian Comber invite you to a special Christmas Party.
Among the special guests are: The King Brothers, Joe Brown
Music by Bert Hayes and his Octet
(Bert Hayes is appearing at Butlin's Hotels, Cliftonville; Joe Brown is in "Charlie Girl" at the Adelphi Theatre, London)
Bert Hayes and his
News and views from London and the South-East.
Introduced by Corbet Woodall.
Followed by The Weather
The hilarious film sequel to Paleface.
Starring Bob Hope, Jane Russell, Roy Rogers
with Trigger, the horse
Bob Hope and Jane Russell were a notably successful and very funny combination in Paleface, In its sequel Bob, as Junior, arrives back in his home town out West to collect his father's inheritance-a pile of debts. Son of Paleface has, besides its entertaining action, several songs that made a big hit and have remained popular. Among these are 'In the cool, cool, cool of the evening' and the Roy Rogers number 'A four-legged friend', a great favourite with children.The director, Frank Tashlin, is one of the most successful Hollywood directors of comedy films.
in which Julie Andrews and her special guest Gene Kelly join with the New Christy Minstrels in a sparkling programme of song and dance recorded in America.
Produced and directed by Alan Handley for the National Broadcasting Company of America
The New Christy
Produced and directed by:
Written and produced by Bill Duncalf.
Starring Charles Laughton, Merle Oberon, Flora Robson, Emlyn Williams
In 1937, shooting began at Denham Studios on the late Sir Alexander Korda's masterpiece I, Claudius, from the book by Robert Graves. The story of why it remains unfinished is told by Dirk Bogarde with scenes from the original London Films Production.
Also appearing: Josef von Sternberg, Robert Graves, Eileen Corbett, John Armstrong
See page 48
Author (I, Claudius sequences):
Producer (I, Claudius sequences):
Claudius (I, Claudius sequences):
Messalina (I, Claudius sequences):
Livia (I, Claudius sequences):
Caligula (I, Claudius sequences):
post that mentions
from the Chapel of King's College, Cambridge.
See facing page
Michael Flanders introduces: Mario del Monaco, The Vienna Boys Choir, Larry Adler, Jacqueline du Pre, The Australian Ballet
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Leader, Rodney Friend
Conducted by Charles Mackerras
The Vienna Boys Choir appears by arrangement with the Anglo-Austrian Music
Society and Victor Hochhauser
Australian Ballet by arrangement with the Australian Ballet Foundation
See page 48
The Vienna Boys
Orchestra conducted by:
from St. Anne's Roman Catholic Cathedral, Leeds.
The First Mass of Christmas celebrated by The Rt. Rev. Monsignor J. J. Kelly, Vicar Capitular and twelve priests.
Titus 2, vv. 11-15; Luke 1-14
Carols: O come, all ye faithful; Angels, we have heard on high
Psalm 135: O give thanks to the Lord (Gelirteau)
Action of the Mass described by Fr. Patrick McEnroe.
The Rev. Monsignor J. J.
Organist and choirmaster:
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