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: Bridge Head

By Rutherford Mayne, based on Michael Macowan's London Mask Theatre production recently at the Westminster Theatre.
(to 16.30)

Contributors

Writer: Rutherford Mayne
Stage Production: Michael Macowan
Television Presentation: Dallas Bower
Stephen Moore: Stephen Murray
Martin: John C. Bland
Hugh O'Neill: Will Leighton
Mrs. Marcus Morrissey: Christine Hayden
Inari Gosuki: J. Hwfa Pryse
Dermot Barrington: George Woodbridge
Cecily Barrington: Elspeth Currie
John Kearney: J. Adrian Byrne
Dan Dolan: Charles Victor
Maurice Mockler: Tony Quinn
Michael Morrissey: Kenneth Eaves
Philip Watersley: Guy Verney

: Guest Night: No. 8: Is Modern Sport a Good Thing?

Is the question that will be discussed by A.G. Street and a party of people well known in sport.
Among those present will be H.M. Abrahams, George Allison, F.N.S. Creek, Henry Longhurst, and others.

Contributors

Presenter: A.G. Street
Panellist: H.M. Abrahams
Panellist: George Allison
Panellist: F.N.S. Creek
Panellist: Henry Longhurst
Presentation: Andrew Miller Jones

: Re-View (11th edition)

Songs and scenes from bygone shows remembered and produced by Reginald Smith.
[Starring] Phyllis Monkman and Charles Heslop

with Shelagh Furley, Nugent Marshall, Angus Menzies.
At the pianos, Roy Ellis and Dennis Van Thal

Contributors

Performer: Phyllis Monkman
Performer: Charles Heslop
Performer: Shelagh Furley
Performer: Nugent Marshall
Performer: Angus Menzies
Pianist: Roy Ellis
Pianist: Dennis Van Thal
'Remembered' and produced by: Reginald Smith

: H. M. Bateman

drawing cartoons in the studio.
(to 22.25)

Contributors

Cartoonist: H. M. Bateman








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