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: For the Children

For older children
Flying with the A.T.C.
Young members of the Air Training Corps at North Weald Airfield show Barrie Edgar how learning to fly aeroplanes calls for hard work on the ground as well as practice in the air.

Interval

For all children
5.40 Muffin comes Home
Muffin the Mule, back from his holidays abroad, is welcomed with a special party arranged by Annette Mills and Ann Hogarth.

For young children
6.0-6.10 Susan, Sam, and Scratch: Final Adventures
Written and told by Pamela May.

Contributors

Presenter (Flying with the A.T.C.): Barrie Edgar
Producer (Flying with the A.T.C.): Alan Chivers
Presenter (Muffin comes Home): Annette Mills
Puppeteer (Muffin comes Home): Ann Hogarth
Illustrations (Susan, Sam and Scratch): Rosalie Firth
Writer/storyteller (Susan, Sam and Scratch): Pamela May
Producer: Keith Rogers
Producer: Peter Thompson

: An English Summer

A play by Ronald Adam.
[Starring] Andre Morell, Peter Hammond and Julian Dallas
The play takes place on an R.A.F. Fighter Station near London during the summer of 1940.
(Second performance on Thursday at 8.0 p.m.)

Contributors

Author: Ronald Adam
Presented for television by: Michael Barry
Settings: Barry Learoyd
Squadron-Leader: Henry Armstrong: Andre Morell
Flight-Lieutenant Smithers: Charles Cullum
Captain Forshaw, R.A.: Anthony Shaw
Squadron-Leader Cook: Brian Hayes
Squadron-Leader David Kemble: Richard Longman
Flight-Lieutenant 'Dutch' Pieters, D.F.C: Julian Dallas
Pilot Officer Willie Wishart: Humphrey Lestocq
Flying Officer George Mayhew: Peter Hammond
L.A.C. Brightside: Andrew Leigh
Flight Sergeant John Nabb: Brian Haines
Sergeant 'Ace' Corner: Robert Desmond
Group Captain Garry, O.B.E., D.F.C.: Ernest Clark
Sergeant Haywick: Rex Graham
A look-out: Victor Platt
First R.A.F. Corporal: Nigel Beard
Second R.A.F. Corporal: John Francis
An Army signaller: Peter Tuddenham
W.A.A.F.s: Josephine Hunter
W.A.A.F.s: Anna Murrell

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)








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