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: Hills of Old Wyoming

William Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy in a Western adventure film.
(to 16.05)


Hopalong Cassidy: William Boyd

: Newsreel

: The Passing Show: Part 1: 1900-1910: The Years of Plenty

A chronicle of fifty years of show business.
Presented in five parts.
(Adele Leigh appears by permission of the General Administrator of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden Ltd.)


Script: Rex Rienits
Production numbers staged by: Freddie Carpenter
Orchestrations: Ray Terry
The orchestra directed by: Eric Robinson
Musical research by: Joseph Murrelle
Settings: Stephen Bundy
Producer: Michael Mills
Vicky Schofield: Nicolette Roeg
Vicky Schofield, as a child: Suzanne Gibbs
Mrs Schofield: Alexis France
Gerald Wedgewood-Smith, as a child: Michael Croudson
Mrs Wedgewood-Smith: Elizabeth Arnold
Lt-Col Wedgewood-Smith: Denis Cowles
Bedelia Fox: Anne Trego
Mr Fox: Lockwood West
David Lewis: Anthony Oliver
Sam Higgins: Deering Wells
Emily Higgins: Phyllis Baker
Robert MacKay: Nicholas Parsons
Other parts: Stanley Beard
Other parts: James Ottaway
Other parts: Peter Bathurst
Other parts: Judith Warden
Other parts: Leonard Davies
Other parts: Wendy Harcourt-Brown
Other parts: Billy Miller
Other parts: John Oxley
Player: Adele Leigh
Player: George Moon
Player: Donald Scott
Player: Eric Palmer
Player: Lily Lapidus
Player: Erica Yorke
Player: June Whitfield
Player: John Rorke
Player: Mary Budd
[Actress]: Jean Elton
[Actress]: Roma Boswall
[Actress]: Daphne Willis
[Actress]: Ann Taylor
[Actress]: Beryl Oldfield

Blog post that mentions this programme:

Happy 90th birthday June! 11 November 2015

: Masterpieces at Home

Sir Philip Hendy, Director of the National Gallery, who helped to make the UNESCO catalogue of 850 colour reproductions of famous paintings, shows some of the prints and explains how they can be obtained through the coupon scheme sponsored by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation).


Presenter: Sir Philip Hendy
Producer: Jacqueline Kennish

: Weather Forecast and News

(sound only)

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