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: Children's Television

How Does It End?: What Katy Did
by Susan Coolidge.
Another programme in the series on famous books.
Devised and introduced by Robert MacDermot.

5.20 Children's Newsreel

5.30-6.0 The Princess and the Woodcutter
by A. A. Milne.
The story takes place in a glade in the forest.
(Ann Baskett now appearing at the Torch Theatre, London)
(Previously televised last Thursday)

Contributors

Writer (What Katy Did): Susan Coolidge
Devised and introduced by (How Does It End?): Robert MacDermot
Producer (How Does It End?): Naomi Capon
Writer (The Princess and the Woodcutter): A. A. Milne
Setting (The Princess and the Woodcutter): Stephen Taylor
Producer (The Princess and the Woodcutter): Vivian Milroy
Katy: Hilary Rennie
Clover: Judith Cuff
Elsie: Elizabeth Griffiths
Mrs Florence: Beryl Ede
Rose Red: Ann Baskett
The Woodcutter: Andrew Downie
The Princess: Marion Studholme
The King: Frank Tickle
The Queen: Aimee Delamain
The Red Prince: Philip Broadley
The Blue Prince: John Knight
The Yellow Prince: John van Eyssen

: Comet Over Africa

To mark the opening two days ago of the world's first jet airline service, the BBC Television Film Unit presents a film shot in a De Havilland air-liner flying eight miles high at nearly 500 miles an hour from London to Johannesburg.
The film introduced by Sir Miles Thomas, Chairman of B.O.A.C.

Contributors

Film introduced by: Sir Miles Thomas

: Before Your Very Eyes!: Arthur Askey

Contributors

Comedian: Arthur Askey
Presented by: Kenneth Carter

: Love and Mr. Lewisham

Adapted for television by Robert Christie from the novel by H.G. Wells.
[Starring] Emrys Jones
The action takes place in the Sussex town of Whortley, and in London, during the years 1890-1892.

Contributors

Author: H.G. Wells
Adapted for television by: Robert Christie
Producer: Douglas Allen
Settings designer: Stephen Bundy
Mr Lewisham: Emrys Jones
Mrs Munday: Edna Morris
Master Frobisher: David Preston
Miss Henderson: Sheila Shand Gibbs
Mr Bonover: Aubrey Dexter
Mr Dunkerley: Gordon Bell
Mr Smithers: Robert Brown
Mr Lagune: Frank Birch
Miss Heydinger: Pauline Jameson
Mr Chaffery: George Woodbridge
Mr Pedagogue: John Vere
Mr Blendershin: Raymond Rollett
Other parts played by: Evelyn Moore
Other parts played by: Jacqueline MacKenzie
Other parts played by: Fanny Carby
Other parts played by: Harry Hearne
Other parts played by: Eddie Sutch
Other parts played by: Denis Bedford

: The Epilogue: Back to Work in the Morning

The Rev. Wilfrid Garlick, Vicar of St. George's Church, Stockport, an industrial parish of more than twenty thousand people, considers our attitude to our daily labours.

Contributors

Presenter: The Rev. Wilfrid Garlick

: Weather Forecast and News

(sound only)








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