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: Children's Television

Muffin the Mule
with Annette Mills (who writes the songs) and Ann Hogarth (who pulls the strings).

Children's Newsreel

All Your Own
A programme in which children from all over Great Britain have been invited to take part.
Introduced by Huw Wheldon.

(to 18.00)


Presenter/songwriter (Muffin the Mule): Annette Mills
Puppeteer (Muffin the Mule): Ann Hogarth
Presenter (All Your Own): Huw Wheldon
Music directed by (All Your Own): Steve Race
Editor (All Your Own): Cliff Michelmore
Presented by (All Your Own): Michael Westmore

: Evening Service

from St. James' Roman Catholic Church, Spanish Place, London.
Conducted by Father James Gunston.
Praise to the Holiest (W.H. 186)
Niglu Prayers
Ave Verum (Byrd)
Sermon by Father George Dwyer D.D., Superior of the Catholic Missionary Society
Soul of my Saviour (W.H. 81)
O Salutaris (Palestrina)
Tantum Ergo (Michael Haydn)
Versicle, Response, and Collect
Divine Praises
O Mother blest (W.H. 112)
(to 19.15 app.)


Conductor: Father James Gunston
Benediction: Father Patrick Casey
Sermon: Father George Dwyer
Director of Music: R. L. Hasberry, M.B.E.
Organist: Una J. Dillon

: Down You Go!

with Roy Rich in the chair and Elizabeth Gray, Kenneth Horne, Paul Jennings, Patricia Cutts finding the letters.
(Patricia Cutts is appearing in 'Four Winds' at the Empire Theatre, Swindon)


Chairman: Roy Rich
Panellist: Elizabeth Gray
Panellist: Kenneth Horne
Panellist: Paul Jennings
Panellist: Patricia Cutts
Special effects: Alfred Wurmser
Game devised by: Polly S. Cowan
Game devised by: Louis G. Cowan
Presented by: Dicky Leeman

: Libel

A play by Edward Wooll.
[Starring] Sebastian Shaw
The action takes place in a King's Bench Court at the Royal Courts of Justice in the spring of 1927.
Second performance: Thursday at 7.0


Writer: Edward Wooll
Producer: Douglas Allen
Setting designer: Stewart Marshall
Sir Mark Loddon, Bart M.P., the Plaintiff: Sebastian Shaw
Lady Enid Loddon (his wife): Pamela Alan
The Hon. Sir Arthur Tuttington. Judge of the King's Bench Division: Harcourt Williams
Counsel for the Plaintiff: Sir Wilfred Ketting, K. C., M. R.: George Skillan
William Bale: Richard Waning
Counsel for the Defendants: Thomas Foxier, K. C.: John Gabriel
George Hemsby: Michael Ashwin
Patrick Buckenham: Jon Farrell
Emile Flordon: Andrea Malandrinos
Sarah Carleton: June Ashley
Associate: John Vere
Usher: Cyril Saxon
Numero Quinze: Brian Moorehead
General Winterton: Frank Littlewood
Millicent Winterton: Marie Lightfoot
Admiral Fairfax Loddon: Charles Hammond
Major Brampton: S. H. Woolf
Captain Gerald Loddon: Robert Vossler
Members of the Press and the general public: Alexis Milne
Members of the Press and the general public: Ann Cherry
Members of the Press and the general public: Aubrey Danvers-Walker
Members of the Press and the general public: Donald McCollum
Members of the Press and the general public: Graham Ashley
Members of the Press and the general public: Richard Tilling
Members of the Press and the general public: Charles Hersee
Members of the Press and the general public: Churton Fairman
Members of the Press and the general public: Denis Bedford

: Edinburgh International Festival: The Italian Opera Quartet

Alda Noni (soprano), Fernanda Cadoni (mezzo-soprano), Juan Oncina (tenor), Sesto Bruscantini (baritone) with John Pritchard at the piano in a programme of light Italian music.
Introduced by Moran Caplat.
See 'Television Diary' on facing page


Soprano: Alda Noni
Mezzo-Soprano: Fernanda Cadoni
Tenor: Juan Oncina
Baritone: Sesto Bruscantini
Pianist: John Pritchard
Presenter: Moran Caplat
Programme prepared and selected by: Romeo Otivieri
Programme prepared and selected by: Jani Strasser
Presented by: George R. Foa

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