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Introduced by Jeanne Heal.

I'd like you to meet...: Joy Nichols
One of the stars of 'Take It From Here'.

I Collect...
Pat Matthews shows cacti from his collection.

As Women See It
A discussion on 'The Feminine Point of View'.

Kathleen Harris shows some fine examples of church embroidery.

Time for Music
Antony Hopkins talks about Handel, and plays some of his piano music.


Jeanne Heal
Speaker (I'd like you to meet):
Joy Nichols
Item presenter (I Collect...):
Pat Matthews
Item presenter (Embroidery):
Kathleen Harris
Pianist/item presenter (Time for Music):
Antony Hopkins
Jacqueline Kennish
S. E. Reynolds

by Erich Kastner.
Adapted for television by Godfrey Harrison.
Film sequences by the Television Film Unit
See 'Talk of the Week'
(to 17.35)


Erich Kastner
Adapted for television by:
Godfrey Harrison
Lawrence Broadhouse
Rex Tucker
Emil Tichburn:
Robert Sandford
His mother:
Noel Dyson
Mrs. Worth:
Vi Stevens
The Man in the Bowler Hat:
Robert Marsden
Mrs. Merry:
Vivienne Chatterton
Pony Hutchings:
Carole Lorimer
Barbara Trevor
Other parts played by:
James Lomas
Other parts played by:
Peter Moffatt
Other parts played by:
Constance Fraser
Other parts played by:
Charles Maunsell
Other parts played by:
Claude Bonser

A satirical comedy by Arthur Swinson.
The action of the play takes place in the King's Palace at Cyrene
(Lionel Hale writes on facing page)


Arthur Swinson
Eric Fawcett
James Bould
Malik, a sentry:
Harold Jamieson
Muna, a maid:
Pauline Brailsford
Hasin, Secretary to the King of Cyrene:
Brian Haines
Pierre Aquedor, a Dragonologist:
Bernard Rebel
Princess Sabra:
Brenda Hogan
The King of Cyrene:
Arthur Wontner
Captain of the Guard:
John Stone
Commander in Chief:
Anthony Shaw
Mayor of Cyrene:
Roddy Hughes
George, an Englishman:
Kenneth MacKintosh
Haggett his orderly:
Derek Tansley

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