The Use of Models in the Teaching of History.
E. K. Milliken, M.A. (Oxon.), Head-master of Lancing House Preparatory School, Lowestoft, will give a lesson to some of his boys on the mediaeval tournament. This will illustrate the combined use of miniature figures and craft work in the teaching of history
or The Sailor's Return
A Dramatic Pastoral composed by Dr. Arne.
The BBC Television Orchestra
Leader, Boris Pecker
Conductor, Hyam Greenbaum
Arne's sister, Susanna Maria, became famous as Mrs. Cibber, one of the greatest tragic actresses of the day. It was for her that he reset Addison's opera Rosamond, produced at Lincoln's Inn Fields Theatre in 1773. This was the forerunner of many important compositions for the stage, one of which was Thomas and Sally. It was first performed in London in 1760.
The BBC Television
A Little Show.
with Kitty Reidy, Hugh French, Dennis Van Thal, Bobby Probst
As well as the first television appearance of Hugh French and Bobby Probst, this show presents two celebrities in the shape of Kitty Reidy and Dennis Van Thal.
Van Thal is now Andre Chariot's partner in "Star and Stripes" at the Vaudeville - his first venture into management. He wrote music for "Hi-Diddle-Diddle", "Char-a-Bang", and "Shall we Reverse?", and with Nat Ayer jun, he was responsible for the music in "Stars and Stripes". Originally, he was a solo pianist.
Kitty Reidy comes from Australia. Theatre-goers will remember her debut on the London stage in 1926 as Nina in "Wildflower" at the Shaftesbury Theatre. Since then, she has won her way to the hearts of pantomime lovers all over the country. She has been principal boy or principal girl in almost every panto in the repertoire, including "The Sleeping Beauty", "Puss in Boots", "Robinson Crusoe", "Cinderella", "Mother Goose", and "The Forty Thieves".
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