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: Round the Film Studios: No. 2: Denham

(by courtesy of London Film Productions, Ltd.)
Margaretta Scott will accompany the television cameras to the 'effects' tank, where Alexander Shaw is completing 'Conquest of the Air'.


Presenter: Margaretta Scott
Dirctor of film: Alexander Shaw

: Pas Seul

Pearl Argyle (by permission of Lilian Baylis). Henry Bronkhurst at the pianoforte


Dancer: Pearl Argyle
Pianoforte: Henry Bronkhurst

: From the West End Cabarets

Grosvenor House Beauty Chorus. Dare and Yates (Broadway's clowns). Carlton Emmy with his Mad Wags. Texas Tommy and his wonder pony, Baby Doll. The Georgie Hale Glamour Girls. The BBC Television Orchestra, leader Boris Pecker, conductor Hyam Greenbaum.


Singers: Grosvenor House Beauty Chorus
Comedians: Dare and Yates
Performers: Carlton Emmy with his Mad Wags
Performer: Texas Tommy
Dancers: Georgie Hale Glamour Girls
Musicians: The BBC Television Orchestra
Leader: Boris Pecker
Conductor: Hyam Greenbaum.
Presentation: D.H. Munro

: Cabaret

(Details as 3.30)

: Round the Film Studios: No. 2: Denham

(by courtesy of London Film Productions, Ltd.)
Tim Whelan, who directed "Farewell Again" at Denham, will be seen on the set with Laurence Olivier and Ralph Richardson, who are in London Films' current Technicolour production "The Divorce of Lady X".


Director of film: Tim Whelan
Actor: Laurence Olivier
Actor: Ralph Richardson

: A Pepler masque of Keats's The Eve of St. Agnes

The BBC Television Orchestra
leader Boris Pecker
conductor Hyam Greenbaum
(to 22.00)


Masque directed by: Alexander Knox
Musicians: BBC Television Orchestra
Leader: Boris Pecker
Conductor: Hyam Greenbaum
Presentation: Stephen Thomas

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