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Eyes and Hands
R.G. Broadhurst tells you how you can make Coronation transparencies to decorate your windows.

Many Moons
A fairy-tale by James Thurber.
Adapted for television by Felix Felton.
(Previously televised last Thursday)

(to 17.55)

Contributors

Presenter (Eyes and Hands):
R.G. Broadhurst
Author (Many Moons):
James Thurber
Adapter (Many Moons):
Felix Felton
Production (Many Moons):
Rex Tucker
Settings (Many Moons):
Stephen Taylor
King:
Felix Felton
Princess Lenore:
Barbara Brown
Royal Physician:
John Deverell
Lord High Chamberlain:
John Vere
Royal Wizard:
Reginald Barratt
Royal Mathematician:
Geoffrey Wincott
Court Jester:
Elton Hayes
Royal Goldsmith:
John Franklyn

with Ghislaine Alexander, Elizabeth Allan, Jerry Desmonde, Gilbert Harding trying to find the answers and Eamonn Andrews to see fair play.

('What's My Line?' was devised by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman and is presented by arrangement with C.B.S. of America and Maurice Winnick)

Contributors

Panellist:
Ghislaine Alexander
Panellist:
Elizabeth Allan
Panellist:
Jerry Desmonde
Panellist:
Gilbert Harding
Chairman:
Eamonn Andrews
Devised by:
Mark Goodson
Devised by:
Bill Todman
Presented by:
T. Leslie Jackson

(See displayed panel)
(Second performance: Thursday, 7.30)

A television play by George F. Kerr
From the novel by F Benedict

When there is peace, the Polish pine woods might be an ideal setting for a love story. But when the Nazi flag is flickering on the skylines of the land, when the sudden yap of a dog in the yard awakens a cold feeling in the heart, Poland is not so romantic. However, we make a story from a phase in our lives, of things which, for some reason, burn themselves into the memory; in this case the sand, the pine woods, but above all the faces Which became the faces of Stepha, Jankowski, Radek, SS Scharfuhrer Ohlau...

War changed them: the romantic Stepha, the embittered Jankowski, gallant Radek who took to the forests. Understand the cold, unspoken threat which rots the soul of an occupied land and you begin to understand the change in Stepha, the defeat of illusions, the moral tragedy. But for Anton Jankowski forgiveness may seem impossible. Can the hero of a love story be a man who tries to buy escape with an act of treachery?
Whatever the answer, this is a story of the love - and unfortunately the hate - which does not alter 'when it alteration finds'. (F. Benedict)

Contributors

Writer:
George F. Kerr
From the novel by:
F. Benedict
Producer:
Dennis Vance
Designer/Assistant Producer:
Barry Learoyd
Anton Jankowski:
John Colicos
Hugo Kassel:
Anton Diffring
Nacek:
Gerald Lawson
Zygmus Radek:
David Yates
Stepha Markenski:
Thea Gregory
Frankeska Nacek:
Ilona Ference
Markenski:
James Thomason
Stanislaw Markenski:
John Howlett
First German soldier:
Christopher Rhodes
Second German soldier:
Guy du Monceau
Franek:
Philip Lennard
Tieson:
Guy Deghy
Curly:
Morris Sweden
Zasha:
Fanny Carby
Ohlau:
Martin Wyldeck
Wasserman:
Joseph Fisher
Antek:
Jonathan Gray
Klemba:
Harold Jamieson
Darok:
Denis Shaw
Polish girl:
Anne Padwick
Agnes:
Gudrun Ure
[Actor]:
John Baker
[Actor]:
Sheldon Allan
[Actor]:
Charles Hersee

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