|Two 'telesnaps' ; the artistes in the first are Margaret Rutherford and Peter Jones, the cameraman is Mark Lewis who was No1 on Crew 6 for a long time, can't recognise the dolly operator||>|
|The show might be Saturday night LE - that's definitely Albert Stevenson (Producer/Director), and there may be a link with the singer Jill Day (?)|| || |
|'Crackerjack' (all together now!...)
(a special moved up from TVT for Her Maj)
The artistes are Harry Secombe & Leslie Crowther and maybe they did the musical number " The bold Gendarme" ( We run them in......).
The cameraman is definitely Eddie Stuart who I think by then had taken over from Eric Furze -and my right knuckle features as I was tracking the Heron.
|HM escorted by the Director of ? and amongst the staff I can only discern at the moment from the left - first John Lopes and third Dave Hanks|| || |
|My TV Entry course in 1956 with a lad from Bristol called Jim Saunders|| || |
|Three from a party to celebrate a 'milestone' in ' The Black and White Minstrel Show '(John Homles suggests the Golden Rose of Montreux. Steve Blatchford, two of the wonderful Television Toppers, Elspeth Hands and Jan Gummer, and the omnipresent Eddie Stuart.|
|(L to R) Eric Furze (No 1 Cameraman) , George Inns (Founder & Producer), Dave Sydenham (TOM), Eric Maschwitz (Director of LE) and Stanley Dorfman (Designer).|
|Practically everybody involved in the Show. As well as those already mentioned one can see George Mitchell (far rt), centre row includes Leslie Mitchell (PA), Monty Moncrieff (Lighting) and Toni Chapman (Makeup) I think the three Minstrel soloists are also in there (Dai Francis, John Boulter and Tony Mercer). (I'm the tall chap top rt corner).|