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Introduced by Jeanne Heal.

I'd like you to meet...: Mary Richardson

Painting
Mervyn Levy begins his new series on painting in oils.

Schooling
John Newsom, County Education Officer for Hertfordshire, talks about the problems that parents most often discuss with him.

Music
Osian Ellis plays the harp and sings some Elizabethan songs.

Contributors

Presenter:
Jeanne Heal
Interviewee (I'd like you to meet...):
Mary Richardson
Painter/item presenter (Painting):
Mervyn Levy
Item presenter (Schooling):
John Newsom
Harpist/singer (Music):
Osian Ellis
Editor:
Jacqueline Kennish
Producer:
S. E. Reynolds

For the very young
Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your small children and invites them to join in songs and games.
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
(A BBC film)
(to 16.15)

Contributors

Narrator/Script, music, and settings:
Maria Bird
Puppeteer:
Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer:
Molly Gibson
Singer:
Gladys Whitred

from the books "Seven Little Australians" and "The Family at Misrule" by Ethel S. Turner.
Adapted and produced by Pamela Brown.
The action takes place in the Woolcots' home, just outside Sydney, in the 1890s.
(Pixie Murphy is appearing in 'Love from Judy' at the Saville Theatre, London)

(to 17.30)

Contributors

Author:
Ethel S. Turner
Adapter/producer:
Pamela Brown
Assistant producer:
Shaun Sutton
Esther Woolcot:
Sheila Shand Gibbs
Meg:
Margaret Anderson
Pip:
Barry MacGregor
Nell:
Adele Long
Judy:
Pixie Murphy
Bunny:
Barry Knight
Poppet:
Gillian Gale
Captain Woolcot:
Gerald Case
Bridget:
Ann Mallory
Colonel Bryant:
Roger Maxwell
Mrs. Bryant:
Norah Crawfurd

A series of documentary programmes dealing with the work of Juvenile Courts, Magistrates' Courts, and the Assizes, by Duncan Ross
Introduced by Basil L. Q. Henriques C.B.E., J.P,.
Viewers see a reconstruction of a typical Juvenile Court, somewhere in Central London.
Few people have ever visited a juvenile Court. These courts are not open to the public although the Press are always there to represent the public. The children's ages range from eight to seventeen; their offences from 'findings are keepings' to robbery with violence. Many have committed no offence at all but are in need of care or protection. How are these cases dealt with?

Contributors

Writer:
Duncan Ross
Presenter:
Basil L. Q. Henriques
Producer:
Ian Atkins
Associate Producer:
Julian Amyes
Settings:
James Bould

BBC Television

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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