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: The Prince's Park

A sketch introducing the architecture of Regent's Park and its creator, John Nash.
Televised direct from Regent's Park.


Writer: John Summerson
Deviser/Producer: Harold Cox
A Civil Servant: Cecil Bevan
A Surveyor: Sydney Bromley
John Nash: John Salew
James Morgan: Ben Williams

: Musical Contrasts

Jack and Eddie Eden (entertainers), Irene Prador (songs), Eddie Edwards (whistler),
Ronnie Selby (piano), Marilyn Williams (songs)
At the piano, Evel Burns
(to 16.00)


Entertainer: Jack Eden
Entertainer: Eddie Eden
Singer: Irene Prador
Whistler: Eddie Edwards
Pianist: Ronnie Selby
Singer: Marilyn Williams
Pianist: Evel Burns
Producer: Ian Atkins

: Mr. Bolfry

by James Bridie.
[Starring] The Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company
The action of the play takes place in the parlour of the Free Kirk manse at Larach, in the West Highlands of Scotland
(William Armstrong's production from the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, under the direction of Sir Barry Jackson)


Writer: James Bridie
Stage production: William Armstrong
Company direction: Sir Barry Jackson
Produced for Television by: Harold Clayton
Cohen: Edward Horton
Cully: Geoffrey Lewis
Jean: Elisabeth Kirkby
McCrimmon: Norman Tyrrell
Mrs. McCrimmon: Monica Stutfield
Morag: Jennifer Maddox
Mr. Bolfry: Brian Oulton

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.10)

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