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: For the Children

Muffin the Mule
Muffin and his friends meet a strange creature who ticks, called 'Met'.

Uncle Mac's Party
Children from Australia, India, and Canada have written letters packed with drawings. Uncle Mac (Derek McCulloch) reads the letters while friends from the different countries take part.
Peggy Stack, accompanied on the piano by Elizabeth Harding, sings action songs and invites everyone to join in Harold Taylor (conjurer) shows some of his latest tricks.

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Arranged and written by (Muffin the Mule): Annette Mills
Arranged and written by (Muffin the Mule): Ann Hogarth
Uncle Mac (Uncle Mac's Party): Derek McCulloch
Singer (Uncle Mac's Party): Peggy Stack
Pianist (Uncle Mac's Party): Elizabeth Harding
Conjurer (Uncle Mac's Party): Harold Taylor
Arranged by (Uncle Mac's Party): Joan Skipsey
Producer: Peter Thompson

: When We Are Married

A Yorkshire comedy by J.B. Priestley.
(Marjorie Rhodes appears by permission of Island Film Productions Ltd.)
(Second performance on Friday at 8.45 p.m.)

Contributors

Author: J.B. Priestley
Producer: John Glyn-Jones
Setting: James Bould
Ruby Birtle: Patricia Hayes
Gerald Forbes: Michael Ashwin
Mrs. Northrop: Joan Hickson
Nancy Holmes: Colleen England
Alderman Joseph Helliwell: Jack Howarth
Maria Helliwell: Marjorie Rhodes
Councillor Albert Parker: Ernest Clark
Annie Parker: Helena Pickard
Herbert Soppitt: Ernest Butcher
Clara Soppitt: Eileen Beldon
Fred Dyson: Jack Lester
Henry Ormonroyd: Cameron Hall
Lottie Grady: Daphne Maddox
Rev. Clement Mercer: Michael Nightingale

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.30)








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