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From Sussex
A visit to a farm at milking time.

4.30 From the Studio
Sheila Macqueen demonstrates ways to use flowers in the house and for exhibition. Percy Thrower shows how to sow the seed of schizanthus, disbud the out-door flowering chrysanthemums, and plant the young strawberry plants.

Contributors

Presented by (From Sussex):
John Vernon
Florist (From the Studio):
Sheila Macqueen
Gardener (From the Studio):
Percy Thrower
Presented by (From the Studio):
John Furness

Muffin the Mule
with Annette Mills who writes the songs and Ann Hogarth who pulls the strings.

Children's Newsreel

All Your Own
A programme in which children from all over Great Britain have been invited to take part.
Introduced by Huw Wheldon.

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Presenter/songwriter (Muffin the Mule):
Annette Mills
Puppeteer (Muffin the Mule):
Ann Hogarth
Presenter (All Your Own):
Huw Wheldon
Music directed by (All Your Own):
Steve Race
Editor (All Your Own):
Cliff Michelmore
Presented by (All Your Own):
Alan Bromly

with Helen Cherry, Eunice Gayson, Michael Pertwee, Jack Train and Peter West in the chair.
Staff reporters, Pauline Forrester and Larry Forrester
('Guess My Story' is from an idea by William Taylor)

Contributors

Panellist:
Helen Cherry
Panellist:
Eunice Gayson
Panellist:
Michael Pertwee
Panellist:
Jack Train
Chairman:
Peter West
Original drawings:
David Langdon
Staff reporter:
Pauline Forrester
Staff reporter:
Larry Forrester
From an idea by:
William Taylor
Presented by:
Brian Tesler

Jack Hardy and his Little Orchestra with Lizbeth Webb and John Horvelle.
(Lisbeth Webb is appearing in 'Guys and Dolls' at the Coliseum, London)

Contributors

Musicians:
Jack Hardy and his Little Orchestra
Soprano:
Lizbeth Webb
Singer:
John Horvelle
Presented by:
Ronnie Taylor
Director:
Derek Burrell-Davis

Fourth in the play cycle 'The Promised Years' by Iain MacCormick.
The action takes place in the farmhouse in Italy, already seen in 'The Liberators'.
The time is Spring 1954
(Second performance: Thursday at 9.25 p.m.)

The play sequence that began in an Italy at war now comes full cycle with the return of Kent, the soldier with the conscience, to the little farmhouse from which he directed the operation that resulted in the destruction of Camevento. Nine years have passed and the town has been rebuilt; it is clean and shining, better than the old, but the fact of its destruction is still remembered. Time has not healed all the wounds...
Papa and Mama Valbella are little changed; he is still philosophical, she sure has a sharp tongue. Lucia, the dreamy young girl whose sweetheart was killed, is now a very different person-more sophisticated but still troubled by memories. Vincente, the former partisan leader, is much the same in character; it is his situation that has changed.
For though these are the promised years of peace, Kent who once thought of himself as the liberator finds that there is still violence on the banks of the river to which he returns.

Contributors

Writer:
Iain MacCormick
Producer:
Alvin Rakoff
Designer:
Roy Oxley
Lucia:
Ingeborg Wells
Papa Valbella:
Paul Whitsun-Jones
Mama Valbella:
Ina de la Haye
The 'Old Man':
Toke Townley
Alfredo:
Harry Ross
Poldari:
John Sharplin
Kent:
Simon Lack
Seppi:
Jack Rodney
Vincente:
Laurence Payne
Mara:
Pamela Alan

The Rev. E. H. Robertson talks about the new edition of the Authorised Version of the Bible which has been published to commemorate the third jubilee of the British and Foreign Bible Society.
This edition is illustrated with five hundred pen-and-ink drawings. The speaker uses the illustration of the Book of Haggai to bring out the message of that prophet concerning the temple that is to be.

Contributors

Presenter:
The Rev. E. H. Robertson

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