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: Order to View: No. 3

A Revue.
With Newton Blick, Edward Cooper, Dorothy Dunkels, Eric Fawcett, Patricia Leonard, Diana Lincoln, Billy Milton, Sepha Treble, William Stephens, Cyril Wells.
The BBC Television Orchestra
Leader, Boris Pecker
Conductor, Hyam Greenbaum


Book: Michael Trefford
Music: Billy Milton
Additional songs and sketches: Arthur Watkyn
Additional songs and sketches: Anthony Spurgin
Additional songs and sketches: John Leslie Frith
Additional songs and sketches: Desmond Davies
Performer: Newton Blick
Performer: Edward Cooper
Performer: Dorothy Dunkels
Performer: Eric Fawcett
Performer: Patricia Leonard
Performer: Diana Lincoln
Performer: Billy Milton
Singer: Sepha Treble
Performer: William Stephens
Performer: Cyril Wells
Dance arranger: John Byron (by permission of Lee Ephraim)
Musicians: The BBC Television Orchestra
Leader: Boris Pecker
Conductor: Hyam Greenbaum
Pianist: Lionel Salter
Production: Desmond Davies

: Frank Lloyd Wright

The distinguished American architect, will discuss his work, with films and models.


Presenter: Frank Lloyd Wright
Presentation: Mary Adams

: Ivor Moreton and Dave Kaye: The Tiger Ragamuffins


Musician: Ivor Moreton
Musician: Dave Kaye

: Sunday in the Country: Russell Muirhead

Russell Muirhead, editor of the 'Blue Guides' and, more recently, the 'Penguin Guides', provides an answer to the question 'Where Shall We Go?' in the first programme on the country near London. With the aid of photographs, maps, diagrams, and local characters he will describe a walk in the Chilterns.


Presenter: Russell Muirhead
Presentation: Andrew Miller Jones

: Castle in Spain

A programme selected from the works of Albeniz and Granados by Hyam Greenbaum.
With Diane van Dommelen (mezzo-soprano), Sidonie Goossens (harp).
The BBC Television Orchestra
(to 22.30)


Works selected by/conductor: Hyam Greenbaum
Mezzo-Soprano: Diane van Dommelen
Harpist: Sidonie Goossens
Dancer: Ruth Sendler
Dancer: Anna Severskaya
Dancer: Walter Gore
Dancer: George Gerhardt
Dancer: Brian Blades
Dance arranger: Wendy Toye
Musicians: The BBC Television Orchestra
Production: Philip Bate

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