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: Toad of Toad Hall

A play from Kenneth Grahame's The Wind in the Willows, by A.A. Milne.
Adapted for television and produced by Michael Barry.
(Kenneth More is appearing in "And No Birds Sing")

(to 16.30)


Writer: Kenneth Grahame
Adapter: A. A. Milne
Music: H. Fraser-Simson
Orchestra direction: Allan Bixter
Dance arranger: Kathleen de Vos
Settings: Barry Learoyd
Adapter/producer: Michael Barry
Marigold: Julia Bradock
Mother: Madoline Thomas
Mole: Jack Newmark
Water Rat: Andrew Osborne
Mr. Badger: Kenneth More
Toad: Alan Reid
Alfred, the horse: Victor Woolf
Alfred, the horse: John Thomas
Chief Ferret: Michael Rose
Chief Weasel: Philip Dale
Chief Stoat: Peter Assinder
First Field Mouse: Pamela White
Second Field Mouse: Nina Sapper
Policeman: Desmond Keith
Gaoler: Michael Rose
Usher: Humphrey Lestocq
Judge: Jon Pertwee
Turkey: Sheila Wynn
Duck: Pamela White
Phoebe: Mary Windust
Washerwoman: Marguerite Young
Other parts: Jacqueline Boiteux
Other parts: Barbara Birkinshaw
Other parts: Kathleen Helme
Other parts: Zora Radovitch
Other parts: Morag Stankey
Other parts: Doris Groves
Other parts: Mary Staley
Other parts: Jill Mason
Other parts: Jacqueline Joyner

: Jack and the Beanstalk

A visit to The Grand Theatre, Croydon to see the first half of Bertram Montague's Jack and the Beanstalk
Specialities by the Grandison Juveniles, The Permanes, Six Mighty Atoms, Armour Boys, Eugene's Sensational Flying Ballet, The Iris Kirkwhite Dancers
(The second half will be televised tomorrow at 8.30)


Author: Bertram Montague
Book and lyrics by: Barry Lupino
Book and lyrics by: Arty Ash
Ballet and dances by: Mrs. Grandison Clark
Production: Barry Lupino
Dame Durden: Barry Lupino
Jack: Marjorie Sandford
Archie: Reg Kinman
Princess Beauty: Sybil Summers
Giant Blunderbore: Bert Thompson
Jessie the Cow: The Famous Leopolds
Fairy Lunar: Frances Hughes
Mother Shipton: Morton Clifford
Speciality: The Grandison Juveniles
Speciality: The Permanes
Speciality: Six Mighty Atoms
Speciality: Armour Boys
Speciality: Eugene's Sensational Flying Ballet
Dancers: The Iris Kirkwhite Dancers
Presented for television by: Campbell Logan

: Josephine Terry's Kitchen

Gay dishes for a children's party.


Cook/presenter: Josephine Terry

: Wrestling

A demonstration by Archer O'Brien and Charles Law (the College Boy).


Wrestler: Archer O'Brien
Wrestler: Charles Law
Commentary: E. R. Voigt
Arranged by: S. E. Reynolds

: Jazz is Where You Find It

A 'jam session' arranged by Pat Dixon and Bill Ward.
[Starring] Duncan Whyte (trumpet), Woolf Phillips (trombone), Kathleen Stobart (saxophone), Nat Temple (clarinet), Jock Cummings (drums), Frank Deniz (guitar), Dick Katz (piano), Coleridge Goode (double-bass), Roy Marsh (vibra-harp)


Arranged by: Pat Dixon
Arranged by: Bill Ward
Trumpeter: Duncan Whyte
Trombonist: Woolf Phillips
Saxophonist: Kathleen Stobart
Clarinetist: Nat Temple
Drummer: Jock Cummings
Guitarist: Frank Deniz
Pianist: Dick Katz
Double-Bass: Coleridge Goode
Vibra-Harp: Roy Marsh

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.10)

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