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Introduced by Olive Shapley.

Forum: Women and the United Nations
discussed by Lady Allen of Hurtwood, Evelyn Emmet, and Anne Warde, with Gerald Bailey in the chair.

Amateur Players
Joan Henley introduces the second in the series on amateur dramatics.

Music
Osian Ellis sings to his own harp accompaniment.

Fashion Report
Mary Hill shows out-of-school clothes for children.

Contributors

Presenter:
Olive Shapley
Panellist (Forum):
Lady Allen of Hurtwood
Panellist (Forum):
Evelyn Emmet
Panellist (Forum):
Anne Warde
Chairman (Forum):
Gerald Bailey
Item presenter (Amateur Players):
Joan Henley
Singer/harpist (Music):
Osian Ellis
Reporter (Fashion Report):
Mary Hill
Producer:
Jacqueline Kennish

Heidi Grows Up: 4: Chel
A serial in six parts from the story by Charles Tritten.
Adapted for television and produced by Joy Harington.
Film sequences taken at Scuol-Tarasp-Vulpera, Switzerland.
(Michael Meacham is appearing in "Salad Days" at the Vaudeville Theatre, London)

Completing the Chain
Barrie Edgar and Phil Drabble visit a chain-makers' factory at Cradley Heath, Staffordshire, where they see anchor cables being made.

(to 17.50)

Contributors

Author (Heidi Grows Up):
Charles Tritten
Adapted by/Producer (Heidi Grows Up):
Joy Harington
Designer (Heidi Grows Up):
Donald Horne
Heidi:
Ann Summers
Germaine:
Margaret McCourt
Frau Grube:
Betty Cooper
Warden:
Gerik Schjelderup
Chel:
Sonny Doran
Brigitta:
Barbara Trevor
Doctor:
Willoughby Gray
Peter:
Michael Meacham
Other parts played by:
Gillian Barber
Other parts played by:
Julleen Clow
Other parts played by:
Diana Day
Other parts played by:
Vernon Morris
Other parts played by:
Kit Terrington
Presenter (Completing the Chain):
Barrie Edgar
Presenter (Completing the Chain):
Phil Drabble
Presented by (Completing the Chain):
David Martin

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