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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 Hogarth Puppets are appearing at the Riverside Theatre in the Festival Gardens)

Contributors

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

: For the Children: Midshipman Barney: Part 2

A sequel to "The Powder Monkey".
Freely adapted for television by Macgregor Urquhart from "The Phantom Frigate" by Arthur Groom.
(William Hyde is appearing in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at the Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park)

Contributors

Adapted for television by: Macgregor Urquhart
Author (The Phantom Frigate): Arthur Groom
Producer: Alan Bromly
Settings: Richard Henry
Barney: Sean Lynch
Ben: David Davies
Mellifont: Michael Ward
Brooks: Kenneth Cleveland
Sam Draxley: Edgar K. Bruce
Jules: John Baker
Bos'n: Robert Cawdron
Snooks: Wensley Pithey
Captain Richlieu: Terence Soall
Pierre Jacques: Jacques Cey
Captain Standish: Malcolm Black
British Seaman: Ronald Marriott
British Seaman: Ian Fairley
French Seaman: William Hyde
French Seaman: Alan Gore Lewis
French Seaman: Ralph Hiles
French Seaman: Jim O'Brady

: Weekly Review

Richard Dimbleby recalls events from last week's Television News-reels.

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Dimbleby

: The Search Party

From the farcical story by George A. Birmingham.
Adapted for television by Robert Christie.
Scene: the village of Clonmore on the West Coast of Ireland, in 1905.
(Second performance: Thursday)

Contributors

Author: George A. Birmingham
Adapted for television by: Robert Christie
Producer: Douglas Allen
Settings designer: Stephen Bundy
Assistant producer: Cecil Petty
Constable Cole R.I.C.: Paul Connell
Constable Moriarty R.I.C.: Donovan Winter
Dr Lucius O'Grady: Richard Leech
Patsy Devlin: Tony Quinn
Jimmy O'Loughlin: John Kelly
The Earl of Manton: Wyndham Goldie
English servant: Sam Wilkinson
Guy Theodore Red: Paul Demel
Miss Blow: Ursula Howells
Biddy: Ethel O'Shea
Mrs O'Halloran: Maureen Pryor
Wilkins butler: John Vere
Sergeant Farrelly R.I.C.: E.J. Kennedy
Mr Goddard District Inspector: Hugh Moxey
Miss Farquharson: Violet Gould
Mrs Saunders: Jane Whiting
Mrs Dick: Ellen Martin
Richard Dick M.P.: Victor Platt
John Saunders, M.P: Richard Caldicot
Others taking part: John Nugee
Others taking part: Alexis de Gallien
Others taking part: Marguerite Young
Others taking part: Bill Hitchcock
Others taking part: Howell Davies
Others taking part: Harry Hearne
Others taking part: Roy Nightingale
Others taking part: Gerald Vane
Others taking part: Tommy Moore
Others taking part: Derek Hodgson

: Weather Forecast and News

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