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: For the Children: Muffin the Mule

with Annette Mills (who writes the songs) and Ann Hogarth (who pulls the strings).
The drawing by Molly Blake is from 'More About Muffin' (University of London Press)

Contributors

Presenter/songwriter: Annette Mills
Puppeteer: Ann Hogarth
Producer: Nan MacDonald

: For the Children: The Trial of Andy Fothergill

Freely adapted for television by John Fitzgerald from a short story by Talbot Baines Reed.

Contributors

Adapted for television by: John Fitzgerald
Author: Talbot Baines Reed
Producer: Alan Bromly
Andy Fothergill: Michael Croudson
Mr Fothergill: Michael Rose
Attendant: Reginald Barratt
William I: Philip King
Henry I: Robert Lankesheer
Richard I: Robert Woolnough
The Black Prince: John Witty
Henry VIII: Raymond Rollett
John: Phillip Holles
Empress Matilda: Janet Burnell
William II: Alan Gordon
Stephen: John Boddington
Henry II: Norman Mitchell

: We in Britain...: By Our Works We are Known

The third of four films on life in the British Isles made by the BBC Television Film Unit as a contribution to the Festival of Britain.

Contributors

Words: Clifford Dyment
Producer: Paul Fletcher

: A scene from the Princes Theatre production of "The Seventh Veil"

by Muriel and Sydney Box.
[Starring] Ann Todd and Leo Genn
Selection from works by Mozart, Chopin, and Rachmaninov played by Joseph Cooper

Contributors

Writer: Muriel Box
Writer: Sydney Box
Presented by: Michael Barry
Pianist: Joseph Cooper
Francesca Cunningham: Ann Todd
Nicholas Cunningham: Leo Genn
Parker: Frank Royde

: Excerpts from Claude Langdon's "London Melody"

A new musical show on stage and ice.
From the Empress Hall, London.
Written and produced by Eve Bradfield.
Music specially composed and orchestrated by Robert Farnon with the Empress Hall Orchestra
Conducted by Harry Rabinowitz, and The 'Happy Go Lovely Girls'
Corps de Ballet on ice and stage with a supporting company of 125

Contributors

Writer/Producer: Eve Bradfield
Lyrics: Patricia Nash
Music specially composed and orchestrated by: Robert Farnon
Musicians: Empress Hall Orchestra
Orchestra conducted by: Harry Rabinowitz
Dancers: The 'Happy Go Lovely Girls'
Commentator: Barrie Edgar
Commentator: Berkeley Smith
Presented for television by: Alan Chivers
Musician: Lorna Martin
Musician: Manfred Felix
Musician: Raff
Gisela the goat girl: Brita Hales
Napoleon Courmayeur: Markby Ryan
Felix Altdorf: George Tiley
Mrs Carlson: Diana Gnafton
Cart: Joel Riordan
Catherine: Belita
Paul Valais: Tom Round
Stephan: Terence Donahue
Henie: Guy Massey
Mike Angelo: Norman Wisdom
Max: Ben Johnson
Colette: Richardena Jackson
Lisa Martinez: Louise Stranzinger
Frederic: Laurence Goodwin
Ex-King Boris: Bruce Gordon
The Agent: Tommy Jover
His bodyguard: Raff
His bodyguard: Julian
lolanthe Jones: Evelyn Dove
Three guests: The Allen Brothers and June
Porter: Joe Slack
Maid: Evie Slack

: Weather Forecast and News

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