In the Country
Barrie Edgar pays another visit to Church End Farm, Maxstoke.
F. Anstey's Vice Versa or A Lesson to Fathers: 1 - The Transformation
Adapted for television in two parts and produced by Joy Harington.
The action takes place in Mr. Bultitude's home in Bayswater and at Crichton House School. Period-1900
(Previously televised on Thursday, July 23)
Presenter (In the Country):
Author (Vice Versa):
Adapter/producer (Vice Versa):
Settings (Vice Versa):
Boaler, the butler:
Dick Bultitude (afterwards his father, Paul):
Mr. Paul Bultitude (afterwards his son, Dick):
Another showing of last week's Television Newsreels at the following times:
Monday's edition, 7.0 app.
Tuesday's edition, 7.12 app.
Wednesday's edition, 7.24 app.
Thursday's edition, 7.36 app.
Friday's edition, 7.48 app.
with Roy Rich in the Chair and Elizabeth Gray, Kenneth Horne, Paul Jennings and Joy Shelton finding the letters.
Game devised by:
Game devised by:
A play by Hugh Popham.
[Starring] Hugh Burden, Joyce Heron, Andre Morell
The action takes place in the Baxters' bungalow on Turtle Island, off the coast of the West Indian island of St. Hilary.
See 'Television Diary' on page 13
Guitar played by:
Osmond Burke, a Negro smallholder:
Muriel Baxter, Martin's wife:
Sonia Baxter, their daughter:
Alwinda, a Negro servant:
Dr. Leon Weissberg:
Anna his wife:
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