I'd Like you to meet....
Lady Huggins founder of the Jamaican Federation of Women, who talks about her life in the West Indies.
Le Roux Smith Le Roux shows a selection of illustrations commissioned for the Radio Times at present on exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Written and told by Fielden Hughes.
Louise Bennett sings songs from her native Jamaica.
Speaker (I'd Like you to meet....):
Item presenter (BBC Drawings):
Le Roux Smith Le
Writer/storyteller (Short Story):
Singer (Music Maker):
Frances Hodgson Burnett's novel.
Adapted for television in six episodes by Penelope Knox.
Scene: London, about 1890
Adapted for television by:
Miss Minchin the headmistress:
Miss Amelia, her sister:
Ermengarde, a pupil:
Larvinia, a pupil:
Written and produced by Lance Sieveking.
The action takes place in London and Monte Carlo in, 1946
Second performance: Thursday at 8.30
Production supervised by:
Dr. Max Bamberg:
Hippolyte am Apache:
Monite Oamlo hot babies - Lu Lu:
Monite Oamlo hot babies - Titti:
Ex-Inspector Renishaw, C.I.D.:
Amy Heron, her younger sister:
Mrs Heron, their mother:
Chief of the Monaco Police:
A French maid:
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