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National Programme Daventry

INSPIRATION TO A POET

by Tavs Neiiendam
Translated from the Danish by Marianne Helweg
' Inspiration to a Poet' will be repeated at 8.15 tomorrow in the Regional programme
Regional Programme London

'INSPIRATION TO A POET'

by Tavs Neiiendam
Translated from the Danish by Marianne Helweg
Cast
(By permission of Nancy Price)
Announcers, Navvies, Typists, Newsboys, Telephone operator, and other voices: -Gerald Campion , Diana Lincoln , David Bevan ,
Beatrice Rowe , Lucie Milner
Produced by M. H. Allen
' Inspiration to a Poet' was broadcast in the National programme last night
Regional Programme London

' HIS FATHER'S SWORD'

An Episode in the life of Napoleon
Written for broadcasting by Anthony Ellis
Production by Peter Creswell
Cast
Guests at the Reception, etc.
'His Father's Sword' will be repeated on Thursday in the National programme at 9.20
National Programme Daventry

'HIS FATHER'S SWORD

An Episode in the life of Napoleon
Written for broadcasting by Anthony Ellis
Production by Peter Creswell
Characters
Guests at the Reception, etc.
< His Father's Sword' was broadcast in the Regional programme on Tuesday
BBC Television

The Middle Watch

A romance of the Navy by Ian Hay and Stephen King-Hall.
The scene is laid in the Captain's lobby and day cabin on board H.M.S. Falcon, a cruiser on the China Station.
BBC Television

The Middle Watch

A romance of the Navy by Ian Hay and Stephen King-Hall.
The scene is laid in the Captain's lobby and day cabin on board H.M.S. Falcon, a cruiser on the China Station.
(to 16.30)
BBC Television

The Advantages of Paternity

A comedy about the Russian Civil War by Horton Giddy.
[Starring] D. A. Clarke-Smith
Russia 1920. A small cottage set in the midst of the rolling Southern steppes
BBC Television

The Murder Rap

A television thriller by Gilbert Thomas.
BBC Television

Boys in Brown

A play by Reginald Beckwith.
'Boys in Brown' is being presented at the Duchess Theatre by Sherek Plays, Ltd., in association with the Arts Council.
The play is set in a Borstal Institution at the present time.
The first Borstal institution was opened in 1908 at Borstal, a village in Kent. There are now twelve training Borstals. Boys are admitted from the age of sixteen to twenty-three. The maximum sentence is three years, but this may be extended following an attempted escape, giving an over-all age-group of sixteen to twenty-six. In 1946 over two thousand youths were sentenced to Borstal detention.
BBC Television

The Middle Watch

A Romance of the Navy by Ian Hay and Stephen King-Hall.
The scene is laid in the Captain's lobby and day cabin on board H.M.S. Falcon, a cruiser on the China Station
BBC Home Service Basic

First House 'TAXI! '

The adventures of Shorty, a London taxi-driver by Cyril Campion and the Passenger
Pianist. Alan Paul
Production by Audrey Cameron
BBC Television

Children's Television

Animal Poetry
Kenneth Mason brings his cat for you to see, and introduces some poetry about cats, rats, and a clucking hen.

5.40-6.10 Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School: 2 - The Report
Based on the stories by Frank Richards.
[Starring] Gerald Campion
BBC Television

Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School: 5: Bunter's Bicycle

Based on the stories by Frank Richards.
[Starring] Gerald Campion
Second performance at 8.0
BBC Television

Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School: 5: Bunter's Bicycle

Based on the stories by Frank Richards.
[Starring] Gerald Campion






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