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Family Affairs
Home-made Toys for the Garden
Jane Madders

Adventure Playgrounds
Lady Allen of Hurtwood
Herbert Turner Warden of Lollard Street Adventure Playground in Lambeth
Walter White Chairman of Romford Parks Committee

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

Presenter:
Joan Yorke
Presenter (Home-made Toys for the Garden):
Jane Madders
Panellist (Adventure Playgrounds):
Lady Allen of Hurtwood
Panellist (Adventure Playgrounds):
Herbert Turner
Panellist (Adventure Playgrounds):
Walter White
Producer:
Beryl Radley
Presenter (Tell Me, Doctor):
Dr. Winifred de Kok

Adapted by Gordon Murray from the story by Hans Christian Andersen.

Contributors

Author:
Hans Christian Andersen
Adapter/puppets and production:
Gordon Murray
Voices:
Peter Hawkins
Voices:
Derek Nimmo
Puppeteer:
Audrey Atterbury
Puppeteer:
Molly Gibson
Puppeteer:
Elizabeth Thorndike
Puppeteer:
Bob Bura
Puppeteer:
John Hardwick
Music composed and directed by:
Reginald Redman
Costumes and settings:
Andrew Brownfoot

Dave Morris invites you to join him in a weekly get-together to meet:
Joe Gladwin as 'Cedric', Fred Ferris as 'The Wacker', Leonard Williams as 'Pongo' Bleasdale, Frank Bass as 'Snuffy' Hargreaves, Tom Harrison as 'The Secretary', Billy Smith as 'The Steward'
Guests of the Week: The Singing Clubmen
From the BBC's North of England Television studios

(Fred Ferris appears by permission of the management of the Theatre Royal, Huddersfield)

Contributors

Comedian:
Dave Morris
Cedric:
Joe Gladwin
The Wacker:
Fred Ferris
'Pongo' Bleasdale:
Leonard Williams
'Snuffy' Hargreaves:
Frank Bass
The Secretary:
Tom Harrison
The Steward:
Billy Smith
Singers:
The Singing Clubmen
Music:
Jimmy Leach and the Club Nighters
Designer:
Kenneth Lawson
Script:
Dave Morris
Script:
Frank Roscoe
Producer:
Ronnie Taylor

Presenting Henry Hall and his Orchestra in the second of a new fortnightly series starring Line Renaud, Elsie and Doris Waters, Desmond Walter-Ellis, Patti Lewis, Bob Harvey
Garth Meade, New-style comedy
The Limbo Dancers, The new and fantastic Trinidad group

Contributors

Musicians:
Henry Hall and his Orchestra
Singer:
Line Renaud
Comediennes:
Elsie and Doris Waters
Performer:
Desmond Walter-Ellis
Singer:
Patti Lewis
Pianist:
Bob Harvey
Comedian:
Garth Meade
Dancers:
The Limbo Dancers
Dancer:
Mildred Anderton
Dancer:
Gillian Scott
Dancer:
Mavis Ascott
Dancer:
Mike Miller
Dancer:
Amanda Barrie
Dancer:
Lennie Mayne
Choreography:
Mark Stuart
Musical Associate:
Leonard Morris
Designer:
Roy Oxley
Producer:
John Warrington

In August 1914 on the eve of the outbreak of the first World War, Sir Ernest Shackleton set out to cross the Antarctic continent. He failed; the Endurance was lost; but every member of the expedition was saved and their story, which is re-told with original film, photographs, and eye-witness accounts, is one of the most incredible epics of survival against overwhelming odds.

(See page 4)

Contributors

Reporter:
Peter West
Film Editor:
Harry Hastings
Producer:
Nancy Thomas

by Phil Guard.
[Starring] Brenda Bruce, Robin Bailey
with Richard Pearson

The action takes place in and around Stonebridge School, and in and around Esme's brain.
See facing page

Contributors

Writer:
Phil Guard
Music composed, arranged and conducted by:
James Turner
Film Cameraman:
A.A. Englander, F.R.P.S.
Film Editor:
Harry Hastings
Special Effects:
Bernard Wilkie
Special Effects:
Peter Hampton
Designer:
Guy Sheppard
Producer:
Wendy Toye
Esme Vignoles:
Francis Matthews
His Reason:
Robin Bailey
His Heart:
Brenda Bruce
His Chemistry:
Richard Pearson
His Subconscious:
James Grout
Gladys Pilcher:
Mary Peach
Barry Teal:
Neil Hallett
Simon Dachet:
John Hall

BBC Television

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