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The Northern Scene: Wharfedale
A picture of life in the Dale today by some of the people who live there.

Introduced by Rosalie Williams.
(From the BBC's North of England studios)

and
Fashion Report
To put you in the picture with news from the fashion front.
Reporter, Iris Ashley.

Contributors

Presenter (The Northern Scene):
Rosalie Williams
Director (The Northern Scene):
Charles Farmer
Arranged by (The Northern Scene):
Olive Shapley
Reporter (Fashion Report):
Iris Ashley
Producer (Fashion Report):
Joyce Bullen

Vera McKechnie introduces:

George Cansdale and his animal guests

Ion Trant with a film about the new chicks on his farm

'Charlie'
who tells another behind-the-scenes story of the studios.
[Starring] Clive Dunn as Charlie

Neville Duke D.S.O., O.B.E., and Bernard Wilkie who discuss your aircraft models and talk about the airport of the future.

Sally Logan with some more songs

Willoughby with Rolf Harris

Contributors

Presenter:
Vera McKechnie
Item presenter:
George Cansdale
Item presenter/filmmaker:
Ion Trant
Script (Charlie):
Philip Dale
Charlie:
Clive Dunn
Item presenter:
Neville Duke
Item presenter:
Bernard Wilkie
Singer:
Sally Logan
Presenter (Willoughby):
Rolf Harris
Voices (Willoughby):
Peter Hawkins
Voices (Willoughby):
Iris Tulley
Edited and produced by:
Ronald Eyre

Written and produced by Joy Harington.
A cycle of plays on the life of Our Lord.

Shortly after the baptism of Jesus, John the Baptist was thrown into prison by Herod and Jesus went to Galilee where he called four fishermen to follow him.

(A BBC telerecording of the broadcast on February 26, 1956)

Contributors

Writer/Producer:
Joy Harington
Narrator:
John Glen
Religious adviser:
Robert C. Walton
Film Cameraman:
Peter Sargent
Film Editor:
John Pullen
Jesus:
Tom Fleming
Simon:
Powys Thomas
Andrew:
John Glen
James:
Richard Grant
John:
Michael Bryant
Simon's mother-in-law:
Blanche Fothergill
A Scribe:
Robert Rietty
Pharisee:
Derek Birch
Philip:
Philip Guard
James Alphaeus:
John Baker
Thaddaeus:
Alan Rolfe
Paralysed man:
Robert Mooney
Thomas:
John Dunbar
Judas:
Anthony Jacobs
Matthew:
Robert Gillespie
Roman soldier:
Philip Latham
Little girl:
Rajani Anand
Jairus:
Peter Smallwood
Jairus' wife:
Mercia Mansfield
Jairus' daughter:
Julia Puccini
[Actor]:
David Ritch
[Actor]:
William Lawford
[Actor]:
Kevin Kelly
[Actor]:
Donald Cashfield
[Actor]:
John Franklyn

Written by Alan Simpson and Ray Galton.
[Starring] Tony Hancock
featuring Kenneth Williams, Hattie Jacques, Warren Mitchell, John Vere, Paddy Edwards, John Vyvyan, Dennis Chinnery, Desmond Rayner.

Contributors

Writer:
Alan Simpson
Writer:
Ray Galton
Incidental music arranged by:
Wally Stott
Incidental music arranged by/Orchestra directed by:
Bob Sharples
Designer:
Roy Oxley
Producer:
Duncan Wood
Anthony Aloysius Hancock:
Tony Hancock
Rep Company producer:
Kenneth Williams
Gertrude/Lady Chatterley:
Hattie Jacques
Lew Silver:
Warren Mitchell
[Actor]:
John Vere
Lew's Typist:
Paddy Edwards
[Actor]:
John Vyvyan
Actor (Theodore):
Dennis Chinnery
[Actor]:
Desmond Rayner

Richard Dimbleby opens Television's Window on the World.
Every Monday the Panorama team of special contributors-using film and television cameras -focuses on events and personalities of the moment.

Contributors

Presenter:
Richard Dimbleby
Producer:
Michael Peacock
Producer:
Charles Wheeler

A weekly magazine of films and film personalities introduced by Peter Haigh and Derek Bond.
This edition includes scenes from:
"Drango" starring Jeff Chandler, Joanne Dru, and Julie London.
"The Day They Gave Babies Away" starring Glynis Johns, Cameron Mitchell, Rex Thompson and Patty McCormack.
and "The Smallest Show on Earth" starring Virginia McKenna, Peter Sellers, Bill Travers, Margaret Rutherford and Bernard Miles.
(Films by courtesy of United Artists, R.K.O., Radio Pictures, and British Lion)

Contributors

Presenter:
Peter Haigh
Presenter:
Derek Bond
Presented by:
Christopher Doll

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