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: Children's Television: Muffin the Mule: Muffin's Treasure Hunt

Muffin the Mule, helped by Annette Mills (who writes the songs) and Ann Hogarth (who pulls the strings) present a film.
Ann Hogarth is taking Muffin to Australia for six months. While they are away you can see some films that Annette Mills and Ann Hogarth have made with Muffin and his friends.

Contributors

Presenter/songwriter: Annette Mills
Puppeteer: Ann Hogarth

: Children's Television: 'Daily Mail' Television Award

A presentation in the studio.

: Children's Television: The Magic of Marcarella

A play for older children by H. E. Blyth.
The action takes place in a theatre in a large provincial town.
Time, the present
(Previously televised last Thursday)

Contributors

Writer: H. E. Blyth
Settings: Lawrence Broadhouse
Producer: Dorothea Brooking
Tim: Robert Sandford
Janie Tim's sister: Penelope Bell
Dick Martin, their father: Alastair Hunter
Bob Ridgeway manager of the theatre: Graham Leaman
The Mighty Marcarella: Dino Galvani
Cho-sen, his assistant: Herbert Wise
A stage manager: Donald Masters
An usherette: Ann Cherry

: Weekly Review

Alexander Moyes recalls events from last week's Television Newsreels.

Contributors

Presenter: Alexander Moyes

: Music Maker: Jascha Spivakovsky (piano)

See 'Talk of the Week'

Contributors

Pianist: Jascha Spivakovsky

: 'Daily Mail' Television Awards

Presentations and Gala Show from the London Coliseum.
Arthur Askey, Petula Clark, The Olanders, The Twelve Toppers, Luton Girls' Choir and a cavalcade of famous television personalities introduced by Leslie Mitchell.
The Skyrockets Orchestra
under the direction of Woolf Phillips

Contributors

Presenter: Leslie Mitchell
Comedian: Arthur Askey
Singer: Petula Clark
Performers: The Olanders
Dancers: The Twelve Toppers
Singers: Luton Girls' Choir
Musicians: The Skyrockets Orchestra
[Orchestra] under the direction of: Woolf Phillips
Programme producer: Harry Alan Towers
Presented for television by: Alan Chivers

: The Wild Duck

by Henrik Ibsen.
[Starring] Marius Goring, Walter Fitzgerald, and Herbert Lomas in Max Faber's adaptation
Second performance: Thursday at 7.30
Lionel Hale writes on page 45

Contributors

Author: Henrik Ibsen
Adapter: Max Faber
Hajmal Ekdal: Marius Goring
Dr. Relling: Walter Fitzgerald
Old Ekdal: Herbert Lomas

: Weather Forecast and News

(sound only)








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