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by Rafael Sabatini
Adapted in six episodes by Constance Cox
France, 1793

(BBC recording, previously shown last year)

Contributors

Author:
Rafael Sabatini
Adapted by:
Constance Cox
Producer:
Naomi Capon
Designer:
John Cooper
Film Cameraman:
Jimmy Gemmell
Film Editor:
Valerie Best
La Salle:
Barry Letts
Jean de Batz:
Patrick Cargill
Chaumette:
Michael Brennan
First Guard:
Douglas Dempster
Second Guard:
Jack Smethurst
Madame Simon:
Bee Duffell
Simon:
George Coulouris
Baron Von Ense:
Peter Bull
Louis-Charles:
Ronnie Raymond
Landlady:
Rosamund Greenwood
Desmarets, Captain of the National Guard:
Patrick Crean
Trooper of the National Guard:
Ivor Salter
Trooper of the National Guard:
Richard Carpenter
Servant:
Michael Seaver
Woman at Geneva:
Louise Nicol
Ship's Chandler:
Jack Smethurst
Cheese Maker:
Tony Bronte
Other parts played by:
Patricia Berry
Other parts played by:
Sheldon Allan
Other parts played by:
Owen Berry
Other parts played by:
Howell Davies
Other parts played by:
Michael Jacques
Other parts played by:
Ivor Kimmel
Other parts played by:
Patrick Milner
Other parts played by:
Ronald Mayer
Other parts played by:
Ray Roberts
Other parts played by:
Len Royle

Seasonal work In garden and greenhouse.
Introduced by Percy Thrower.
Begonias
The popular Begonia Rex as a house plant, and varieties for hanging baskets in the greenhouse and conservatory shown by Donald Harvey, Curator of the Botanical Gardens, Edgbaston, Birmingham.
From the BBC's Midland television studio
(BBC recording)

Contributors

Presenter:
Percy Thrower
Item presenter (Begonias):
Donald Harvey
Presented by:
Paul Morby

Blackpool Show Parade presents an excerpt from Dave Morris's summer show 'Dave's Back' at the Regal Theatre, South Pier, Blackpool.

Starring Dave Morris with Joe Gladwin, Frank Bass, Billy Smith and The Lindy Sisters, Gerry Powell, The Blue Harmony Five, Donovan and Hayes, The Embassy Girls, Rex Romaine and his Rhythm Magicians.
Freddy Platt at the organ

(A special performance before an invited audience direct from the Regal Theatre, South Pier, Blackpool)

Contributors

Comedian:
Dave Morris
Performer:
Joe Gladwin
Performer:
Frank Bass
Performer:
Billy Smith
Performers:
The Lindley Sisters
Performer:
Gerry Powell
Performers:
The Blue Harmony Five
Acrobatics:
Donovan and Hayes
Performers:
The Embassy Girls
Performers:
Rex Romaine and his Rhythm Magicians
Organist:
Freddy Platt
Presented for television by:
John Ammonds

A series of wild-life programmes.
Introduced by Peter Scott.

A feature of American life which Is becoming increasingly popular, is the establishment of giant seaquaria and oceanaria in which the American tourist is able to watch sharks, swordfish, octopi, and other deep-sea creatures at close quarters.
In this programme is shown a film made by the Miami Seaquarium in Florida, in which dolphins leap high out of the water to receive food from the hands of their trainers; and a surgical operation is performed by vets underwater to remove a stone from the inside of one of their large fish.

Contributors

Presenter:
Peter Scott
Editor:
John Merritt
Producer:
Eileen Molony

by Anthony Trollope
Adapted in six parts by Marjorie Deans

Lizzie collapses and Scotland Yard takes a hand.
(David McCallum appears by permission of The Rank Organisation)

Contributors

Author:
Anthony Trollope
Adapted by:
Marjorie Deans
Producer:
Naomi Capon
Designer:
John Cooper
Frank Greystock:
David McCallum
John Eustace:
Graham Crowden
Mr. Camperdown:
William Mervyn
Duke of Omnium:
Kynaston Reeves
Lady Glencora:
Jessica Dunning
Lord George Carruthers:
Michael Wares
Lady (Lizzie) Eustace:
Wendy Williams
Mrs. Carbuncle:
Peggy Livesey
Mr. Bunfit:
James Ottaway
Major Mackintosh:
Alan Dobie
First Policeman:
Stanley Platts
Second Policeman:
Terence Brook
James, Lizzie's footman:
Roger Ostime
The Rev. Joseph Emilius:
Edgar Wreford
Lord Fawn:
Robert Eddison
Lady Linlithgow:
Marda Vanne
Lucy Morris:
Perlita Neilson

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