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Getting to Know You with Nancy Spain

Fit for a Queen
An exhibition of American glass.

At the Theatre with Richard Findlater

The Beauty Theme in three variations

Introduced by Helen Shingler.

Contributors

Item presenter (Getting to Know You):
Nancy Spain
Item presenter (At the Theatre):
Richard Findlater
Presenter:
Helen Shingler
Producer:
Rosemary Hill

Pop In!
A visit to a sparkling drink factory at Swansea to watch the mixing and bottling of 'pop'.
Your guide is Alun Williams.

Two Films about Cats
Puss in Boots
A story in silhouette by Lotte Reiniger.

Cats on the Hearth
A film made for the R.S.P.C.A. about cats and kittens.

Mrs. Fry has a Visitor
by Gordon Daviot.
(A BBC telerecording of the broadcast on September 27)

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Guide (Pop In!):
Alun Williams
Producer (Pop In!):
Lorraine Davies
Producer (Pop In!):
Meurig Jones
Director (Puss in Boots):
Lotte Reiniger
Writer (Mrs. Fry has a Visitor):
Gordon Daviot
Producer (Mrs. Fry has a Visitor):
Patricia Foy
Mrs. Fry:
Winifred Evans
Young lady:
Carol Marsh

Archie McCulloch introduces... a programme in which experts in sport and industry show the tricks of their trade and volunteers learn the hard way-and Jameson Clark invites you to meet the 'Craftsman of the Month'.
From the Music Hall, Aberdeen.

Contributors

Presenter:
Archie McCulloch
Co-presenter:
Jameson Clark
Arranged by:
Roma Fairley
Producer:
James Buchan

Involving Bill Maynard, Terry Scott, Shirley Eaton, Marie Benson, Hugh Lloyd, Garry Wayne, The Coronets.

Contributors

Writer:
Lewis Schwarz
Writer:
Eric Merriman
Writer:
Dave Freeman
Orchestra directed by:
Eric Robinson
Designer:
Audley Southcott
Producer:
Duncan Wood
Comedian:
Bill Maynard
Comedian:
Terry Scott
[Actress]:
Shirley Eaton
[Actress]:
Marie Benson
[Actor]:
Hugh Lloyd
[Actor]:
Garry Wayne
Singers:
The Coronets

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