An unrehearsed discussion on topics of the week.
Speakers: The Rt. Hon. Walter Elliot M.P., Robert Boothby M.P., Tom Driberg M.P.,
Anthony Greenwood M.P.
Chairman, Frank Byers
(A BBC telefilm of last Friday's programme)
The Rt. Hon. Walter
5.10 Mr. Little at Large: 6: Back at School
by Godfrey Harrison.
[Starring] Desmond Walter-Ellis
(Desmond Walter-Ellis is appearing in "Penny Plain" at St. Martin's Theatre, London)
5.25-5.45 The Story of the South Bank
Sir Hugh Casson, F.R.I.B.A., R.D.I. (Director of Architecture for the Festival of Britain 1951) looks back at the South Bank Exhibition, which opened a year ago. and draws pictures to show how it all began.
(The second of two programmes)
Storyteller (The Fried Fish):
Mr. Little (Mr. Little at Large):
Writer (Mr. Little at Large):
Presenter/illustrator (The Story of the South Bank):
with Avril Angers, Janet Brown, Herbert C. Walton, Leslie Mitchell, Benny Lee and Jimmy Young.
A farce by Colin Morris.
From the Whitehall Theatre, London.
(By arrangement with Rix Theatrical Productions)
Scene 1: A wooden army hut on an evening in November.
Scene 2: The same, bright and early the following morning.
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