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Shadow Pictures: 1: The Little Chimney Sweep
A new series of shadow play films specially animated and produced for Children's Television by Lotte Reiniger.

Looking at Birds
Fish-Hawk shows you how to recognise all kinds of birds and keep a novel record of them.

Sport
Geoffrey Dyson, Chief Coach to the Amateur Athletic Association, gives some more advice to young athletes.

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Contributors

Animator/Producer (Shadow Pictures):
Lotte Reiniger
Presenter (Looking at Birds):
null Fish-Hawk
Presenter (Sport):
Geoffrey Dyson
Presented by (Sport):
Cliff Michelmore

Four documentary programmes written for television by Ted Willis and Caryl Doncaster.
Research for this series was carried out in conjunction with the National Marriage Guidance Council and the Catholic Marriage Advisory Council.

Contributors

Writer:
Ted Willis
Writer:
Caryl Doncaster
Settings:
Stephen Bundy
Film sequences directed by:
John Oxley
Producer:
Caryl Doncaster

A Coronation Revue.
With Vic Oliver, Jane Morgan, The Wiere Brothers, Page and Bray, The Romanos Brothers, Canfield Smith, and Snodgrass and full supporting cast.
A special performance before an invited audience from the stage of the London Casino Theatre.
(By arrangement with Tom Arnold and Emile Littler)
See 'Television Diary' on page 15

Contributors

Producer:
Robert Nesbitt
Comedian:
Vic Oliver
Singer:
Jane Morgan
Entertainers:
The Wiere Brothers
Dancers:
Page and Bray
Acrobatic comedians:
The Romanos Brothers
Ventriloquial Duo:
Canfield Smith and Snodgrass
Choreography:
Hazel Gee
Costumes designer:
Anthony Holland
Costumes designer:
Anthony Moore
Settings:
Edward Delany
Orchestrations:
Ronald Hanmer
Orchestra director:
Jack Walker
Commentator:
Brian Johnston
Presented for television by:
Alan Chivers

Another film in the series produced by the National Broadcasting Company of America and the U.S. Navy with the assistance of the Admiralty, and using film from both allied and enemy sources.
Film introduced by Michael Lewis, Professor of History at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich.

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Lewis

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