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After Stanley
Written by John Seymour.
Seventy-four years have passed since Sir Henry Morton Stanley made his famous journey to Tanganyika in East Africa in search of Dr. Livingstone.
This programme tells something of the country and people he found there and of the changes that have taken place since then.

Wimbledon Tennis
A commentary for children by Dan Maskell on the All England Lawn Tennis Championships.


Writer (After Stanley):
John Seymour
Director (After Stanley):
Pharic MacLaren
Producer (After Stanley):
Naomi Capon
Samuel J. Ntiro
Dr. Livingstone:
Andrew Cruickshank
Commentator (Wimbledon Tennis):
Dan Maskell

with Leslie Mitchell in the chair and Josephine Douglas, Carole Carr, Kenneth Horne, Peter Noble finding the links between the challengers.
Special investigators, Pauline Forrester and Larry Forrester


Leslie Mitchell
Josephine Douglas
Carole Carr
Kenneth Horne
Peter Noble
Special investigator:
Pauline Forrester
Special investigator:
Larry Forrester
Presented by:
Ernest Maxin

by Michael Voysey.
The action of the play takes place in the East End of London. Time. the present
(Shirley Eaton appears by courtesy of 'London Films)

Rickie and Fay are in love. They step from London's East End of the present into a future in which he sees himself as a business man with his own office and in which she sees them living in a "nice house with proper things like cups with some flowers on". In a second-hand clothes shop Fay sees a dance dress. "If you had that dress you would look as lovely as a film star, and if a fellow I know sees you he might put you on the pictures". The dress costs five pounds. That night Rickie brings Fay her dance dress.
(Michael Voysey)


Michael Voysey
Chloe Gibson
Music composed and played by:
Tom McCall
John Cooper
Kenneth Haigh
Shirley Eaton
Molly Osborne
Others taking part:
Madge Brindley
Others taking part:
Edward Brooks
Others taking part:
Liddell Peddieson

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