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: Trooping the Colour

Television cameras at Horse Guards Parade, Whitehall, show His Majesty the King taking the salute at the ceremony of Trooping the Colour held in celebration of His Majesty's birthday. H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth and H.R.H. the Duke of Gloucester will be at the saluting base.
(to 12.00)

: Scandal at Court

A Play in a Prologue and three Acts by Graham Rawson.
The action takes place at Potsdam and Mont Bijou in the year 1774
(Second performance)

(to 16.30)


Writer: Graham Rawson
Settings: James Bould
Producer: Fred O'Donovan
Frederick the Great: Henry Oscar
Prince August: Alan Judd
Princess Ulrica: Sally Rogers
Princess Amelia: Mary Jones
Baroness Blaspiel: Netta Westcott
Franzisca von Bredow: Flora Britten
Marie von Forster: Irmgard Spoliansky
Baron de Rudenschold: Milton Rosmer
Baron von der Trenck: Graeme Muir
An Officer of the King's Bodyguard: Noel Dainton
Comet Eugen von Horst: Brian Oulton
Count Otto Stumm: Anthony Drake
Eichel: Richard Shayne
Count von Podewils: Oliver Johnston
Field-Marshal Schwerin: James Raglan
Chamberlain at Mont Bijou: Sidney Monckton
Soldier: Alan Dalton
Soldier: John Russell Thompson
Soldier: John Cronin
Servant: James Gilbert
Servant: Geoffrey Barfoot
Servant: George Kay

: Maria Marten

or The Murder in the Red Barn
[Starring] The Muswell Hill Barnstormers
The play adapted and produced by John Glyn-Jones.
Introduced by Lionel Gamlin.


Adapted by/Producer: John Glyn-Jones
Presenter: Lionel Gamlin
Music arranged by/Music played by: Lionel Salter
Settings: James Bould
Maria Marten: Curigwen Lewis
William Corder: William Fox
Ishmael: Hugh Griffith
Pharos: James McKechnie
Tim: George Benson
Anne: Rosamund Burne
Mr. Marten: Richard George
Dame Marten: Nuna Davey
Mark: Tony van Den Bergh
Tober-Sloper: Morris Sweden
Flatcatcher: Victor Platt
Others taking part: William d'Arcy
Others taking part: Sheila Berry
Others taking part: Pamela Cameron
Others taking part: Winifred Hill
Others taking part: Douglas Hurn
Others taking part: John Martin
Others taking part: David Pruen
Others taking part: Stella Wilkinson
Others taking part: Robert Wilson

: Jazz Is Where You Find It

A 'Jam Session' arranged by Pat Dixon and Bill Ward.
with Carl Barriteau (clarinet), Harry Shaw (trumpet), Jock Baines (trombone), Joe Nussbaum (bass), Ivor Mairants (guitar), Dick Katz (piano).


Arranger: Pat Dixon
Arranger: Bill Ward
Clarinetist: Carl Barriteau
Trumpeter: Harry Shaw
Trombonist: Jock Baines
Bass: Joe Nussbaum
Guitarist: Ivor Mairants
Pianist: Dick Katz

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.20)

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