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: Children's Television

Children's Newsreel

Eyes and Hands
R. G. Broadhurst shows you how to make models from clay.

A Loan from Lorenzo
A play by Dorothy Johnson.
(Previously televised last Thursday)
(Jeremy Spenser is appearing in 'The Sleeping Prince' at the Phoenix Theatre, London)

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Presenter (Eyes and Hands): R. G. Broadhurst
Writer (A Loan from Lorenzo): Dorothy Johnson
Producer (A Loan from Lorenzo): Douglas Hurn
Settings (A Loan from Lorenzo): Richard Greenough
Lorenzo de Medici: David Spenser
Mariotti, a secretary: Robert Rietty
Giuliano, Lorenzo's brother: Jeremy Spenser
The Herald: Noel Davis
Richard, Duke of Gloucester: William Simons
Edward IV King of England: Michael Harding
George, Duke of Clarence: Christopher Langley
Elizabeth Woodville, Queen of England: Andree Melly
The Lady Anna Neville: Elizabeth Saunders
The Lute player: John Schlesinger

: What's My Line?

with Barbara Kelly, Lady Barnett, Michael Denison and Gilbert Harding trying to find the answers and Eamonn Andrews to see fair play.
('What's My Line?' was devised by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman and is presented by arrangement with C.B.S. of America and Maurice Winnick)

Contributors

Panellist: Barbara Kelly
Panellist: Lady Barnett
Panellist: Michael Denison
Panellist: Gilbert Harding
Chairman: Eamonn Andrews
Presented by: Dicky Leeman

: Wuthering Heights

by Emily Bronte.
Adapted as a television play by Nigel Kneale.
[Starring] Richard Todd and Yvonne Mitchell
Time: The middle of the last century.
Place: The moors of the West Riding district of Yorkshire.
(Richard Todd appears by arrangement with the Associated British Picture Corporation Ltd.)
Second performance: Thursday at 7.0 p.m.
Nigel Kneale writes in columns 3 and 4

Contributors

Author: Emily Bronte
Adapted by: Nigel Kneale
Producer: Rudolph Cartier
Ballad music: Richard Addinsell
Words: Alfred Dunning
Settings: Barry Learoyd
Lockwood: William Devlin
Joseph: Sydney Bromley
Heathcliff: Richard Todd
Isabella: Rene Ray
Ellen: Jane Henderson
Cathy: Yvonne Mitchell
Hindley Earnshaw: Robert Brown
Edgar Linton: Peter Bryant
Doctor Kenneth: John Kidd

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Nigel Kneale 18 December 2016

: Gerald Moore

The celebrated accompanist, in a second talk, speaks of more famous artists for whom he has played, and says something about the subject of hard work.

Contributors

Presenter: Gerald Moore

: The Epilogue: Translating the Bible

Professor G. R. F.B.A. Driver, of Oxford, one of the greatest Old Testament scholars today, talks about some of the pitfalls in translating the Old Testament. He shows how modern scholarship and the changing English language demand continual revision of the text.

Contributors

Presenter: Professor G. R. F.B.A. Driver

: News

(sound only)








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