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1 Playtime Series
Stories for young children

Playtime | The day the passengers pushed the train | The wish that came true | The day the pillar-box ran away

Stories by Elsie Caiden (told by Shirley Franklin)
His Masters Voice 7EJ 253  1966
Illustration: J. Tattersall
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2 Nursery Rhymes - no. 3
With Uncle Mac
There was alittle man | Little Miss Muffet | Little Jack Horner | Mary Quite contrary | Here we come gathering | The lion and the unicorn | The farmer in his den | Lavender Blue | Oh what have you got for dinner Mrs. Bond? | Cock-a-doodle-do | Pussy cat | I had a little nut tree
songs
with Gwen Catley, Stanley Riley, The Greenbank Children's Choir and Orchestra conducted by Leslie Woodgate
His Masters Voice 7 EG 8401
   late fifties?
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3 Me and my Teddy Bear
Me and my teddy bear | Open up your heart | My chocolate Rabbit | The queen's highway

songs
Beverly Bunt with instrumental accompaniment arranged and conducted by Ron Goodwin

His Masters Voice 7 EG 8483
   1959
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4 The Little red engine
The little red engine | The little red engine gets a name
Two stories written by Diana Ross
Julia Lang (the little red engine), Charles E. Stidwill, Stanley MacKenzie & Peter Ducrow


His Masters Voice 7EG 8661
  1961
Illustration: unknown
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5 The Lost Noises Office
From the B.B.C. Children's Radio Series

Written by Wendy Cooper / Recorded by Desmond Leslie
Narrator: Agnes Bernelle
Actors
: Christopher Mark Leslie, David Keir, G. N. Orthern, Shaun Christopher, F. E. Line & Sebastian Saville

His Masters Voice 7EG 8696
  1961
Illustration: unknown
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6 The voice in the secret box
Hit the note no.2


Written and told by Wendy Cooper
Solo violin played by Ernest Element

His Masters Voice 7EG 8778
  1962
Illustration: unknown
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7 Billy Bobtail | The Rabbits Go Hunting

Billy Bobtail Adapted by Jean Sutcliffe, with music by Ann Driver
The Rabbits go Hunting Written by Alison Uttley, arranged by Miriam Langdon

His Masters Voice 7EG 8660
  1961
Illustration: unknown
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8 Nursery Rhymes
Sing a song of sixpence | Lavender's Blue | I had a little nut tree | Hush-a-bye Baby | Hot cross buns | Polly put the kettle on | Here we go | Hickory dickory dock | Baa baa black sheep | Dame get up and bake your pies | Oranges and lemons

Sung by Doris Gould / At the piano: John Wills
His Master's Voice HMV 7EG 8296
  50-ies?
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9 The Toytown mystery
A Toytown Story no.2


Written by S. G. Hulme Beaman
Narrator: Redvers Kyle
With Dorothy Gordon, Wilfred Babbage & Raymond Rollet

His Masters Voice 7EG 8607
  1960
Illustration: unknown
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10 Baby Piano | Playtime Series

Written and told by Wendy Cooper
Solo Celeste & Piano played by Harry Engleman

His Masters Voice 7EJ 255
  1963
Illustration: J. Tattersall
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11 Two Animal Stories of Aesop
Androcles and the Lion | Frog and the Ox


Narrated by Sterling Holloway
Music composed and conducted by Camarata

His Masters Voice 7EG 8903 (Walt Disney / Disneyland)
  1961
Illustration: Unknown
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12 Peter and the Wolf

Narrated by Sterling Holloway
Music from the original motion picture sound track | music by Serge Prokofieff

His Masters Voice 7EG 8824 (Walt Disney / Disneyland)
  1963
Illustration: Unknown
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13 The Toytown treasure | A Toytown Story

Written by Betty and S. G. Hulme Beaman
Narrator: Redvers Kyle
With Dorothy Gordon, Wilfred Babbage, Allan Jeayes & Raymond Rollet

His Masters Voice 7EG 8708
  1961
Illustration: unknown
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14 The Bremen Town Musicians
The Brothers Grimm


With music by Ken Rattenbury
Narrator: Shirley Franklin
Voices by David Stevens

His Masters Voice 7EG 8883
  1964
Illustration: unknown
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15 Grand Piano | Hit the note no.1

Written and told by Wendy Cooper
The extract from the Schumann Piano Concerto is played by Solomon with the Philharmonia Orchestra

His Masters Voice 7EG 8777
  1962
Illustration: unknown
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16 The Arkville Dragon | A Toytown Story

Written by S. G. Hulme Beaman
Narrator: Redvers Kyle
With Dorothy Gordon, Wilfred Babbage, & Sidney Monckton

His Masters Voice 7EG 8838
  1963
Illustration: unknown
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17 The Tinder Box | Hans Andersen

With music by Ken Rattenbury
Narrator and voices: David Stevens

His Masters Voice 7EG 8889
  1964
Illustration: unknown
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18 Nursery Rhymes - no. 1
With Uncle Mac
songs
with Stewart Robertson, Dorothy Helmrich and Children's Chorus
His Masters Voice 7 EG 8264
   late fifties?
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19 Let's all sing together | Playtime Series
Let's all sing together | Little man | Fifty Froggies | Soup | Grandma's Cradle | John and his lucy Love
songs
Basil Swift & William Clauson

His Masters Voice 7EJ 260
  1963
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20 Uncle Mac's
Favourite Hymns for Children
All things bright and beautiful | Loving Shepherd of thy sheep | There's a friend for little children | The king of love my shepherd is | Onward, christian soldiers | Once in royal David's city | Now the day is over
Songs
Uncle Mac (Derek McCulloch), Barbara Mullen, Denis Wright & the Greenbank Children's Choir conducted by Leslie woodgate
His Masters Voice 7 EG 8390
  early 60-ies?
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21 Stories for Children
Cinderella | Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Stories
Ann Stephens with Frank Engelman
His Masters Voice 7 EG 8193
  late 50-ies?
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