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: Lind Joyce (songs)

At the piano, Johnny Franz

Contributors

Singer: Lind Joyce
Pianist: Johnny Franz

: Sea Fever

A play for television, written and produced by Jan Bussell.
with Charles Heslop, Harcourt Williams, Wilfred Fletcher, Anthony Pendrill, Don Gemmell, Trevor Denis, Leonard Sharpe, David Enders
The action takes place in an author's study and on board a corvette about six months ago.
(Repeat performance)

(to 16.00)

Contributors

Writer/Producer: Jan Bussell
[Actor]: Charles Heslop
[Actor]: Harcourt Williams
[Actor]: Wilfred Fletcher
[Actor]: Anthony Pendrill
[Actor]: Don Gemmell
[Actor]: Trevor Denis
[Actor]: Leonard Sharpe
[Actor]: David Enders

: Francis Poulenc (piano)

The celebrated French composer, plays some of his own compositions.

Contributors

Pianist: Francis Poulenc

: Spring Meeting

by M.J. Farrell and John Perry.
The action of the play takes place in and around Woodrooff, the country home of the Furze family, in County Tipperary, Ireland
(Frederick Piper appears by courtesy of Ealing Studios)

Contributors

Author: M. J. Farrell
Author: John Perry
Producer: Michael Barry
Settings: Barry Learoyd
Sir Richard Furze: Walter Fitzgerald
Miss Bijou Furze (his sister): Beryl Measor
Joan Furze (elder daughter): Rosemary Lomax
Baby Furze (younger daughter): Joan Newell
Michael Byrne (young vet): Alan McClelland
Tiny Fox-Collier (friend of Sir Richard Furze): Ambrosine Phillpotts
Tony Fox-Collier (her son): Peter Castner
James (a butler): James Hayter
Johnny (a handy man): Frederick Piper

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.10)








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