Learning to Swim
Jeanne Earle shows Barrie Edgar and some very young beginners that learning to swim is not difficult and can be great fun.
Watching the Trains Go By
A play by John Allen.
Jeanne and Barrie watch a swimming and diving demonstration and point out examples of good and bad style.
Swimmer (Learn to Swim)/presenter (Advanced Swimming):
Presenter (Learn to Swim/Advanced Swimming):
Writer (Watching the Trains Go By):
Settings (Watching the Trains Go By):
Producer (Watching the Trains Go By):
Bert, the signalman:
A new comedy by Ivan Butler.
[Starring] Barbara White and David Markham
The action takes place in Michael and Jennifer's flat a little way out of London, and in Michael's bed sitting room in London.
(Second performance on Thursday at 8.30 p.m.)
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