5.0 From Regional
' Christopher Wren ' by C. WHITAKER WILSON
The cast includes : Carleton Hobbs , Hector Abbas , Ewart Scott , Norman Shelley , D. A. Clarke-Smith , Andrew Churchman , Cyril Nash ,
Henry Oscar , and Charles Lefeaux
5.45 'Then and Now'
A talk on Mining by JACK JONES
A Dramatic Feature by A. S. Turberville
Produced by John Richmond
In 1188 Giraldus toured Wales with Archbishop Baldwin , preaching the Crusades, and in this episode A. S. Turberville dramatises one of the incidents recorded in his ' Itinerary '.
A programme introducing some of the famous people who have lived in Bath with David Kean , Thea Wells , Ross Hutchinson , Gordon Boyd , Francis Way , Mervyn Saunders , Cyril Roberts , Hedley Goodall ,
Written by David Kean
Produced by Francis Dillon
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