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The first of two visits to the twenty-fourth Annual Show at Southport, where Philip Robinson and Godfrey Baseley are in the Great Marquee, showing some of the prize-winning exhibits.
See 'Television Diary' on page 15


Philip Robinson
Godfrey Baseley
Presented by:
John Vernon

Simon the Simple Sardine: 4 - Simon the Hero
An adventure series for young children by James Gilroy.

The Sea Shore
John Barrett talks about some more of the creatures and plants you can find among the rocks and pools of the shore.

A Journey through Brazil: 3 - The End of the Journey
by Allan Murray.

(to 17.45)


Writer (Simon the Simple Sardine):
James Gilroy
Drawings (Simon the Simple Sardine):
Bill Hooper
Voices (Simon the Simple Sardine):
Daphne Oxenford
Voices (Simon the Simple Sardine):
Kenneth Connor
Producer (Simon the Simple Sardine):
Hazel Wilkinson
Presenter (The Sea Shore):
John Barrett
Presenter (A Journey through Brazil):
Allan Murray

A second visit to Southport's Annual Flower Show to see the Special Invitation
Pair Jumping Competition (under B.S.J.A. Rules) and the Trotting Display.
During the interval between the ring events, viewers can join Philip Robinson in the Great Marquee to see some of the prize-winning exhibits.
See 'Television Diary' on page 15


Peter Dimmock
Philip Robinson
Presented by:
Derek Burrell-Davis

A play by Constance Cox.
[Starring] Laidman Browne Margaretta Scott and Andre van Gyseghem
The action takes place in the house of John Kemble in London, in the early part of the nineteenth century. None of the characters in this play is fictitious, and the events in it are true, though there has been some slight rearrangement in their sequence.


Constance Cox
Tatiana Lieven
Eileen Diss
John Philip Kemble:
Laidman Browne
Charles Kemble, his brother:
Andre van Gyseghem
Master Betty:
John Salew
Henry West Betty his son:
Anthony Lang
Mrs. Siddons, sister to John and Charles Kemble:
Margaretta Scott
William Hazlitt, a journalist:
Richard Hurndall
Miss Smith, an actress:
Jill Bennett
Lord North:
Walter Hudd
Mrs. Brereton, a widow:
Helena Pickard
Mr. Harris, manager of Drury Lane Theatre:
Newton Blick
Jeremy, a servant:
Harry Hearne

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