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Introduced by Jeanne Heal.

I'd like you to meet...
The Countess of Limerick, D.B.E., Vice Chairman of the British Red Cross Society

Painting
Mervyn Levy gives the second lesson in the series on painting for amateurs.

I had a Dream Last Night
An animated cartoon film devised by Joan Maude.

Music
Janet Craxton plays the oboe.

Contributors

Presenter:
Jeanne Heal
Painter/item presenter (Painting):
Mervyn Levy
Devised by (I had a Dream Last Night):
Joan Maude
Oboist (Music):
Janet Craxton
Editor:
Jacqueline Kennish
Producer:
S. E. Reynolds

Trafalgar Day
Adrian Seligman talks about the Battle of Trafalgar, October 21, 1805, the ships of Nelson's day, and Lord Nelson himself.
Illustrated by film shots taken on board H.M.S. Victory, and by models and relics from the National Maritime Museum.

Anne of Green Gables: 6 - The Bend in the Road
by L. M. Montgomery.
Adapted for television and produced by Pamela Brown.
The action takes place in and around the village of Avonlea, on Prince Edward Island, Canada, during the early part of the century.

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Contributors

Presenter (Trafalgar Day):
Adrian Seligman
Author (Anne of Green Gables):
L. M. Montgomery
Adapted for television and produced by (Anne of Green Gables):
Pamela Brown
Mrs. Rachel Lynde:
Joan Young
Marilla Cuthbert:
Joan Miller
Anne Shirley:
Shirley Lorimer
Diana Barry:
Phyllis Shumway
Jane Andrews:
Carol Peddicord
Gilbert Blythe:
David Spenser
Matthew Cuthbert:
Charles Richardson
College student:
Paul MacHell
College student:
June Cadie
College student:
Sheldon Allen
College student:
Ann Miller
College student:
Trixie Reed
College student:
Kim Grant
College student:
Jane Bough
College student:
John Scott
College student:
Janet Reid

A drama of the supernatural by S. Ansky.
Translated by Henry G. Alsberg and Winifred Katzin.
Adapted for television and produced by Rudolph Cartier.
[Starring] Yvonne Mitchell
Rudolph Cartier writes on page 45

Contributors

Writer:
S. Ansky
Translated by:
Henry G. Alsberg
Translated by:
Winifred Katzin
Adapted by/Producer:
Rudolph Cartier
Settings:
Roy Oxley
Choreographer:
Tutte Lemkow
Meyer, the Beadle of the Synagogue:
Maurice Bannister
First Batlon, Prayer-Man:
David Kossoff
Second Prayer-Man:
Donald Pleasence
Messenger:
Anthony Jacobs
Channon, a young scholar:
Peter Wyngarde
Chennoch, a young scholar:
Van Eyssen
An old woman:
Rita Webb
Leah:
Yvonne Mitchell
Frade, Leah's nurse:
Winifred Hill
Sender, a rich merchant:
Harold Kasket
A beggar-woman:
Margaret Maxwell
Gittel:
Sara Luzita
A hunchback:
Maurice Leigh
A man on crutches:
Tutte Lemkow
Nachman, the bridegroom's father:
Lionel Harris
Menashe, the bridegroom:
Donald Morley
Rabbi Azrael of Miropol:
Mark Dignam
Rabbi Samson, the village rabbi:
Marne Maitland

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More