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: For Young Children

The Squirrel, The Hare and Little Grey Rabbit: Little Grey Rabbit's Washing-Day Story
by Alison Uttley.
Adapted and told by Ann Hogarth and Jan Bussell with their glove puppets.

For older children
Birds of Fair Isle
Fishhawk has returned from a visit to the Northern Isles and shows drawings and films of some of the birds that live there.

Scottish Dancing
Wednesday is St. Andrew's Day, and John Armstrong introduces a group of Highland dancers with a programme to celebrate the occasion.

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Writer (Little Grey Rabbit's Washing Day): Alison Uttley
Adapter/narrator/puppeteer (Little Grey Rabbit's Washing Day): Ann Hogarth
Adapter/narrator/puppeteer (Little Grey Rabbit's Washing Day): Jan Bussell
Illustrator (Birds of Fair Isle): Fishhawk
Presenter (Scottish Dancing): John Armstrong
Producer: Peter Thompson

: News at a Glance; followed by: By Candlelight

A continental comedy.
Adapted by Harry Graham from the play by Siegfried Geyer.
[Starring] Luise Rainer, Robert Flemyng, and Clive Morton
The action of the play takes place in Baron von Felsen's flat in Vienna, between 8.0 and 11.0 p.m.
(Second performance on Thursday at 8.30)

Contributors

Author (of play): Siegfried Geyer
Adapter: Harry Graham
Producer: Harold Clayton
Settings: Barry Learoyd
Bastien: Robert Flemyng
Baron von Felsen Egon: Clive Morton
Linder: Peter Butterworth
Elizabeth: Luise Rainer
Lulu Keck: Georgina Cookson
Count von Baltin: Anthony Shaw
Joseph: Donald Tandy
Countess von Baltin: Christine Lindsay

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.30)








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