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: For the Children


Susan, Sam, and Scratch
The first instalment of a story for younger children, told by Pamela May with animations by Rosalie Firth.

Picture Page (Junior Edition)
Introduced by Mary Malcolm.

Under the Sea
An imaginary journey, with music specially composed by John Farrant, illustrated by Richard Lambert.

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Storyteller (Susan, Sam and Scratch): Pamela May
Animations (Susan, Sam and Scratch): Rosalie Firth
Presenter (Picture Page): Mary Malcolm
Interviews (Picture Page): Barrie Edgar
Producer (Picture Page): S. E. Reynolds
Music specially composed by (Under the Sea): John Farrant
Illustrated by (Under the Sea): Richard Lambert
Presented by: Peter Thompson

: Cyril Preedy

(piano)

Fantasie in C - Handel
Sonata in G - Scarlatti
Berceuse - Chopin
Study in G flat - Chopin

Contributors

Pianist: Cyril Preedy

: Death of a Rat

Play by Jan de Hartog.
The action takes place in a laboratory in the Amsterdam Institute for Cancer Research on a night in February, 1940.
(Second performance on Thursday at 8.30 p.m.)

Contributors

Author: Jan de Hartog
Producer: George More O'Ferrall
Doctor Wilts: Kenneth More
Doctor Karels: John Ainsworth
Professor Wouterson: Wilfrid Walter
Yolan: Rene Ray

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)








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