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: For the Children: Muffin the Mule

with Annette Mills and Claude Hulbert in excerpts from Cecil Landeau's 'Christmas Party' at the Cambridge Theatre, London with Ann Hogarth, Jack Melford, Marcel Le Bon, Paula Sevre, Romeo Berti.
(to 18.00 app.)

Contributors

Presenter: Annette Mills
Performer: Claude Hulbert
Puppeteer: Ann Hogarth
Performer: Jack Melford
Singer: Marcel Le Bon
Performer: Paula Sevre
Tenor: Romeo Berti
Orchestra under the direction of: Sidney Bowman

: Rope

A psychological thriller by Patrick Hamilton

The action takes place in the sitting-room of a London house shared by two Oxford undergraduates, Brandon and Granillo.
(Second performance: Thursday at 8.30)

Contributors

Author: Patrick Hamilton
Producer: Stephen Harrison
Settings Designer: Barry Learoyd
Wyndham Brandon: David Markham
Charles Granillo: Peter Wyngarde
Sabot: George de Warfaz
Kenneth Raglan: Floyd Allen
Leila Arden: Shelagh Fraser
Sir Johnstone Kentley: Noel Howlett
Rupert Cadell: Alan Wheatley

: Music Makers: Iris Loveridge (piano)

Contributors

Pianist: Iris Loveridge

: What Viewers Like

Robert Silvey, Head of BBC Listener and Viewer Research, reveals the results of the recent enquiry into viewers' likes and dislikes.

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Silvey

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.35)








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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