(Suitable for deaf children)
Introduced by Mary Malcolm.
Results of the Easter Egg Decoration competition set by Gerald Mackenzie; Mary Speaight shows how to make an amusing Hobby Horse; Tiki and Dell and a Sandy Sandford song.
Writer (Bits and Pieces):
Voices (Bits and Pieces):
Music (Bits and Pieces):
Musicians (Round Europe):
Henry Zeisel and his
Presenter (Monday Magazine):
Maker (Monday Magazine):
Dancers (Monday Magazine):
Singer (Monday Magazine):
Introduced by Eric Robinson.
with Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Peter Dawson, Svetlana Beriosova, Anthony Oliver, Ralph Holmes, Lina Lalandi, The 'Music for You' Singers, Elizabeth Boyd, Jean Carrol, Margaret Young, Doreen Lane, Joan Bramhall, Mary Forbat, Helen McKinnon, Jean Waugh, John Holmes, Brendan O'Dowda, John Boulter, Desmond Ainsworth, Bowles Bevan, Edgar Fleet, Stanley Fleet, David Sharpe.
The Concert Orchestra
(Leader, Sidney Sax)
The 'Music for You'
Christopher Mayhew, M.P. takes the situation in the non-Communist countries of South-East Asia in considering 'aggression' and 'intervention' as threats to peaceful co-existence.
Film sequences by BBC Television Film Unit
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