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: All This is Ended...

by Jack Alldridge.
Time, 1944
The scene is the living-room of a small Italian villa-though it might well be a French chateau or a Dutch farmhouse
David Lambert's Torch Theatre production arranged and produced for television by Jan Bussell
(Repeat performance)
(to 16.30)


Auhtor: Jack Alldridge
Stage Production: David Lambert
Arranger/Producer: Jan Bussell
Pte. 'Chalky' White: Robert Webber
Cpl. 'Benny' Marks: Hector Ross
Pte. 'Lucky' Jones: Arthur Lovegrove
Pte. 'Lenny' Nichols: David Stringer
William: Kendrick Huxham
Capt. Pringle: Brian Haynes
Lester Ratcliffe: Alan Goford
Pfc. Mike O'Brien: Kent Walton
Major Owen: Michael Ashwin
The Padre: Geoffrey Gomer
The German: George Parker

: Pinwright's Progress

Written by Rodney Hobson.
Cast includes James Hayter, Clarence Wright, Doris Palmer, Daphne Maddox, Jill Christie, Charlie Irwin, Sam Hinton.

J. Pinwright is the proprietor of the smallest multiple store in the world, and viewers will have a fortnightly chance to see his progress from disaster to disaster. He has a pretty daughter and a hated rival, and his difficulties are increased by his staff's efforts to be helpful. Now take another look at the authors' names and don't expect the show to be too serious


Writer: Rodney Hobson
Editor: Ted Kavanagh
Producer: John Glyn-Jones
Mr. J. Pinwright: James Hayter
Aubrey: Clarence Wright
Mrs. Sigsbee: Doris Palmer
Miss Peabody: Daphne Maddox
Mr. Pinwright's Daughter: Jill Christie
Salesman: Charlie Irwin
[Actor]: Sam Hinton

: News Map

J. F. Horrabin illustrates the facts behind the news.


Presenter: J. F. Horrabin
Presented by: Mary Adams

: Household Hints

W.P. Matthew shows the amateur how to achieve a professional finish in re-decoration.


Presenter: W.P. Matthew

: Two Pianos

Harry Engleman and Jack Wilson


Pianist: Harry Engleman
Pianist: Jack Wilson

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.10)

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