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: For the Children: Peter Rabbit and his Friends

Adapted and designed for television by Sam Williams from the Thornton Burgess 'Bedtime Story Books'.

Contributors

Adapter/designer: Sam Williams

: For the Children: The Kingdom of Sweets: Casse-Noisette

Act 2 of the ballet.
Adapted by Peggy van Praagh from choreography by Ivanov.

Contributors

Music: Tchaikovsky
Adapter: Peggy van Praagh
Choreography: Ivanov
Orchestra directed by: Eric Robinson
Presented by: Naomi Capon
Clara, the little girl: Philippa Maxwell
Nutcracker Prince: David Blair
Sugar-Plum Fairy: Elaine Fifield
Spanish dancers: Sheilah O'Reilly
Spanish dancers: Pirmin Trescu
Arabian dancer: Stella Claire
Chinese dancers: David Gill
Chinese dancers: Donald McAlpine
Bouffon, the Russian clown: Stanley Holden
Fairies with flutes: Maryon Lane
Fairies with flutes: Maureen Bruce
Fairies with flutes: Annette Page
Fairies with flutes: Doreen Tempest
Fairies with flutes: Veronica Vail
Attendant Fairies: Pauline Harrop
Attendant Fairies: Joan Cadzow
Attendant Fairies: Yvonne Barnes
Attendant Fairies: Shirley Bishop
Attendant Fairies: Stella Farrance
Attendant Fairies: Karen Bliss

: Pouishnoff

The second of three Sunday evening recitals.

Contributors

Pianist: Leff Pouishnoff
Presented by: Philip Bate

: Miss Hargreaves

A play for television by Frank Baker.
[Starring] Margaret Rutherford and Andrew Osborn
The act: on of the play takes place first at Lusk, a small town in Ulster and then at Cornford, an English Cathedral city.

Contributors

Writer: Frank Baker
Producer: Michael Barry
Settings: Barry Learoyd
The Air on a G string composed by: Donald Swann
Norman Huntley: Andrew Osborn
A sexton: Christopher Steele
Henry Beddow: Robert Brown
A barmaid: Catherine Finn
Cornelius Huntley: Arthur Wontner
Squeen: George Benson
Mrs Huntley: Una Venning
Marjorie Radley: Mary MacKenzie
Miss Linkinghorne: Joan Hickson
Constance Hargreaves: Margaret Rutherford
A railway porter: Hal Osmond
A waiter: Horace Sequeira
The Dean: Stringer Davis
Dr Carless: William Mervyn
Mollie: Catherine Finn
Archdeacon Cutler: Francis Roberts
Mrs Cutler: Jane Baird
Major Temperley: Anthony Shaw

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.05)








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