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: For the Children: Muffin the Mule

Muffin and his friends make their Whitsun cake, assisted by Annette Mills and Ann Hogarth.


Presenter: Annette Mills
Puppeteer: Ann Hogarth

: For the Children: Scenes from The Immortal Lady

by Clifford Bax performed by the Company of the Children's Theatre, Ltd.
(Under the management of Glyndebourne and Toynbee Hall, in association with the Arts Council of Great Britain)
The scenes are laid in the Tower of London and the Venetian Embassy in the year 1716.
(to 17.00)


Writer: Clifford Bax
Stage production: John Allen
Presented for television by: Jan Bussell
Narrator: John Allen
William Maxwell, Earl of Nithsdale: Bernard Archard
Winifred Maxwell, Countess of Nithsdale: June Monkhouse
Catherine Mills: Vera Lindsay
Mary Morgan: Susan Kennaway
Sergeant Jenkins, a gaoler in the Tower: Cameron Miller
The Venetian Ambassador: Peter Stephens
Others taking part: Jean McConnell
Others taking part: Rachel Order
Others taking part: Eugene Saunders
Others taking part: Morris Fishman
Others taking part: Charles Hubbard

: For the Love of Mike

A Farcical Comedy by H.F. Maltby.
[Starring] Bobby Howes
Musical accompaniments by Eric Robinson and his Orchestra

Scene: The Library of Staplegrove, Mr. Richard Miller's house, at Keynes Hill, Sussex
Time: The present


Author: H. F. Maltby
Music: Jack Waller
Music: Joseph Tunbridge
Lyrics: Clifford Grey
Lyrics: Sonny Miller
Musicians: Eric Robinson and his Orchestra
Settings: James Bould
Producer: Eric Fawcett
Sullivan: Fred Groves
Richard Miller: H.F. Maltby
Stella Rees: Adele Dixon
Mrs. Miller: Muriel George
Enid Michaelis: Marie Sellar
Bob Seymour: Bobby Howes
Conway Paton: Desmond Walter Ellis
P.C. Wildgoose: Hal Gordon
Jerry Bennett: Leonard Sharp

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)

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