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Family Affairs

Sarah's Progress
The doctor discusses the beginnings of talk.

Women and the Law: 3: A Wife's Rights - or the lack of them
Fenton Bresler

Introduced by Betty Lait.

Tell Me, Doctor
Dr. Winifred de Kok discusses viewers' letters.
Letters should be sent to: Dr. Winifred de Kok, [address removed]


Item presenter (Sarah's Progress):
The doctor [name uncredited]
Item presenter (Women and the Law):
Fenton Bresler
Betty Lait
Beryl Radley
Presenter (Tell Me, Doctor):
Dr. Winifred de Kok

Written and produced by Shaun Sutton
A comedy for crooks.

(Sylvia Coleridge is appearing in "The House by the Lake" at the Duke of York's Theatre; Douglas Blackwell is in "No Time for Sergeants" at Her Majesty's Theatre, London)


Shaun Sutton
Audley Southcott
The Boss:
Paul Whitsun-Jones
Douglas Blackwell
Colin Douglas
Mr. Egerton:
Patrick Cargill
Vague Lady:
Sylvia Coleridge
Victor Platt
Michael Duffield
The Curator:
Gerald Anderson
Other parts played by:
Nigel Hawthorne
Other parts played by:
Gregory Scott

You are invited to choose the most promising new television artists and to help you to do this the artists are given advice and encouragement by a panel of experts:
Dick Hurran, Leslie Macdonnell, Alfred Marks
Introduced by Peter West.


Dick Hurran
Leslie MacDonnell
Alfred Marks
Peter West
Orchestra conducted by:
Eric Robinson
Barney Colehan

in which you see Shirley Eaton, The Kentones, The Roy Marsh Trio, Betty Marsden, Len Lowe, Vikki Hammond, John Jarvis, Hugh Lloyd but it's mostly Bill Maynard.
From the King's Theatre, Hammersmith.
(Shirley Eaton appears by arrangement with the Rank Organisation)


Bill Maynard
Shirley Eaton
The Kentones
The Roy Marsh Trio
Betty Marsden
Len Lowe
Vikki Hammond
John Jarvis
Hugh Lloyd
Orchestra conducted by:
George Clouston
Musical Associate:
Bert Waller
Reg Martyn
Eric Merriman
Albert Stevenson

by John Broadley
Adapted for television by Michael Voysey

The action of the play takes place in a Regimental Depot. Time, the present.
From the BBC's North of England studio


John Broadley
Adapted by:
Michael Voysey
Kenneth Lawson
Vivian A. Daniels
Gerard Glaister
Lt.-Col. A.W. Anstruther:
John Stuart
Eric Lugg
Laura Baguely:
Heather Chasen
Major B.W. Baguely:
Raymond Francis
R.S.M. Benson:
Frank Pettit
Lieut. W.J. Chapman:
Robert Raikes
Captain Thornton:
Raymond Young
Major Zucchman:
Alan Tilvern
Janet Baguely:
Christine Finn
2nd Lieut M.M. Randall:
Donald Pickering

An American view of the Roaring Twenties.

Produced as part of the film documentary series "Project 20" for the National Broadcasting Company.
See foot of page

"The Jazz Age" was the term F. Scott Fitzgerald gave to the Roaring Twenties in America. This television documentary programme, made by the producer and team which made Victory At Sea, and the documentary about the Atom Bomb, Three, Two, One-Zero, is a reconstruction of the decade from the Peace Treaty of Versailles in 1919 to the Wall Street crash in 1929. It shows America and Americans undergoing perhaps the most profound change in morals and manners of their entire history. It shows the coming of Prohibition and the flapper, the resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan, the speak-easies, and the rise of the gangster.

The film recalls the excitement of Charles Lindbergh's first solo flight across the Atlantic and shows the tumultuous scenes as New York welcomed him back again. It revives pictures of Presidents Wilson, Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover. It draws on film footage from archives both private and public. The musical score recalls the popular tunes of the 'twenties.
This film is part of the Project 20 programme launched by the National Broadcasting Company.
(Leonard Miall)
at 9.30


Henry Salomon

BBC Television

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