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: For the Children

Muffin the Mule
Muffin tells Annette Mills and Ann Hogarth some of his adventures.

4.15 The Winkers' Club
A short story in which the hero, Bobby Brewster, meets a winking cat and dog. Written and told by H. E. Todd.

4.30 Spanish Main
A new kind of crossword for quite young children, devised by Valentine Alms and acted by members of the Questor's Club.
You will need the key 'Spanish Main' printed on page 25. Keep it in front of you

4.45 News Map
J. F. Horrabin gives the third of his talks for schoolchildren, and describes the exciting way in which the River Danube could be used to make Europe wealthier and happier.
(to 17.00)

Contributors

Presenter (Muffin the Mule): Annette Mills
Puppeteer (Muffin the Mule): Ann Hogarth
Writer/storyteller (The Winkers' Club): H. E. Todd
Deviser (Spanish Main): Valentine Alms
Presenter (News Map): J. F. Horrabin
Producer: Mary Adams

: One, Two, Three!

[Starring] Binnie and Sonnie Hale in songs and sketches from One, Two, Three! as playing at the Duke of York's Theatre
with Charles Heslop, Marie Sellar, Anthony Hayes, Gail Kendal, Jimmy Cameron, Maude Long, Pamela Kail, Freddie Coulson, Ilena Manova, Barry MacDonald

Contributors

Performer: Binnie Hale
Performer: Sonnie Hale
Performer: Charles Heslop
Performer: Marie Sellar
Performer: Anthony Hayes
Performer: Gail Kendal
Performer: Jimmy Cameron
Performer: Maude Long
Performer: Pamela Kail
Performer: Freddie Coulson
Performer: Ilena Manova
Performer: Barry MacDonald
Book and additional lyrics: Loftus Wigram
Music and lyrics: Mischa Spoliansky
Costumes and decor: Michael Whittaker
Dances and ensembles: Philip Buchel
Dances and ensembles: Betty Buchel
Orchestra under the direction of: Van Phillips
Produced for television by: Eric Fawcett

: Music Through the Centuries: 2

A series of programmes in which Scott Goddard traces the development of music and musical instruments from the sixteenth century to the present day.
Cicely Arnold (spinet), Stephanie Champion (recorder), Alfred Deller (counter tenor),
Desmond Dupre (bass viol and cello), Edgar Hunt (recorder), Marshall Johnson (viola d'amore), Kenneth Skeaping (violin)

Contributors

Presenter: Scott Goddard
Spinet: Cicely Arnold
Recorder: Stephanie Champion
Counter tenor: Alfred Deller
Bass viol and cello: Desmond Dupre
Recorder: Edgar Hunt
Viola d'amore: Marshall Johnson
Violinist: Kenneth Skeaping
Research and musical direction: Edgar Hunt
Series editor and arranger: James Hartley
Presented by: Philip Bate

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)








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