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Family Affairs
Having Your Baby: 8: Premature Babies
A series of twelve programmes arranged in co-operation with the Maternity and Infant Welfare Departments of University College Hospital, London.
(See page 61)

Married to an Artist
Doreen and Irving Wernick

Introduced by Joan Yorke.

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

Contributors

Interviewer (Having Your Baby):
Gwen Farrow
Interviewee (Married to an Artist):
Doreen Wernick
Interviewee (Married to an Artist):
Irving Wernick
Presenter:
Joan Yorke
Producer:
Beryl Radley
Presenter (Tell Me, Doctor):
Dr. Winifred de Kok

Anya Linden, David Blair dance in excerpts from the Royal Ballet's famous production.
Arranged for television and introduced by Peggy van Praagh.
The Pro Arte Orchestra
(Leader, Antony English)
Conductor, John Lanchbery
(Anya Linden and David Blair appear by permission of the General Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Ltd.)

Contributors

Presenter/Arranged for television by:
Peggy van Praagh
Dancer:
Anya Linden
Dancer:
David Blair
Choreographer:
Frederick Ashton
Composer:
Sergei Prokofiev
Musicians:
The Pro Arte Orchestra
Orchestra leader:
Antony English
Conductor:
John Lanchbery
Producer:
Naomi Capon

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

News of the healing and teaching of Jesus spread through all Galilee and wherever he went crowds followed him. But as his popularity grew among the sick and suffering suspicion was aroused among the religious leaders.

(A BBC telerecording of the broadcast on March 4, 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:
Philip Latham
Andrew:
John Glen
James:
Richard Grant
John:
Michael Bryant
Matthew:
Robert Gillespie
Philip:
Philip Guard
Thomas:
John Dunbar
Judas:
Anthony Jacobs
Nathaniel Bartholomew:
Hugh Dickson
Simon Zealot:
Jack Stewart
James Alphaeus:
John Baker
Thaddaeus:
Alan Rolfe
A scribe:
Robert Rietty
A Pharisee:
Derek Birch
A stonemason:
Lane Meddick
Mary:
Gwendolyn Watford
Elders in the Synagogue:
Michael Malnick
Elders in the Synagogue:
John Paul
A young soldier:
David Spenser
[Actor]:
Gertan Klauber
[Actor]:
John Franklyn
[Actress]:
Nickola Sterne
[Actress]:
Esme Easterbrook
[Actor]:
Michael Walker

with Billy Cotton and Alan Breeze, Kathie Kay.
Also involved: Emmwood, The High-Lights, The Leslie Roberts Silhouettes
and Guest star, Harry Secombe

Contributors

Musicians:
The Billy Cotton Band
Presenter/bandleader:
Billy Cotton
Singer:
Alan Breeze
Singer:
Kathie Kay
Artist:
null Emmwood
Singers:
The High-Lights
Dancers:
The Leslie Roberts Silhouettes
Guest star:
Harry Secombe
Script:
Jimmy Grafton
Additional material:
Eddie Gurney
Additional material:
Arthur Pastor
Choreographer and Associate Producer:
Leslie Roberts
Production:
Bill Cotton, Jnr.

A BBC Television Film
Since her keel was laid in 1955, Outside Broadcast cameras have been covering the building of Britain's new Mayflower, which is due to sail this week for the United States of America.
See page 9

Contributors

Cameraman:
George Shears
Cameraman:
Billy Greenhalgh
Editor:
Bob Higgins
Commentary written by:
Charles Causley
Producer:
John Irving

A morality play by James Bridie.
[Starring] Malcolm Keen, Zena Walker, Mary Merrall
The action of the play takes place in the ante-chamber of the Bishop of Edessa in the year A.D. 400, the cell of Abraham the Hermit, and in an inn in Babylon in the year A.D. 300.
From the BBC's West of England Television studio
See page 7

Contributors

Author:
James Bridie
Producer:
Barbara Burnham
Designer:
Desmond Chinn
Abbot:
Michael Bates
Deaconess:
Barbara Lott
Maria:
Zena Walker
Abraham the Hermit:
Malcolm Keen
Absolom:
James Maxwell
Ephraem:
Roddy Hughes
Landlady:
Mary Merrall
Knave:
Frank Dunlop

Four programmes illustrating the nature of the power wielded in their separate and differing ways by Hitler, Gandhi, Roosevelt, and Stalin.

Including evidence and testimony from:
Mrs. V. L. Pandit, High Commissioner for India
Earl Mountbatten of Burma
Professor Morris-Jones
Miss Muriel Lester
Mr. and Mrs. H.S.L. Polak and including authentic records, on film, from the Gandhi Memorial Trust and other sources.
Introduced by Robert McKenzie.

Contributors

Interviewee:
Earl Mountbatten of Burma
Interviewee:
Professor Morris-Jones
Interviewee:
Miss Muriel Lester
Interviewees:
Mr. and Mrs. H.S.L. Polak
Designer:
Norman James
Research assistant:
Therese Denny
Film editor:
Keith Latham
Presenter:
Robert McKenzie
Producer:
Huw Wheldon

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