a new radio sitcom, was introduced by the BBC on the 29th of July, 1953 starring George Cole as awkward, absent-minded bachelor David Bliss.In the early episodes Nora Swinburne played Bliss's sister and Esmond Knight his brother-in-law, playing a married couple, Robert and Pamela Batten, with Rosalind making an appearance in a 1954 as Marie. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press. (Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology; 50) 1087 pages. The Smithsonian Institution Excavation at Tell Jemmeh, Israel, 1970-1990. and Kvamme, Kenneth L., Excavation of two Anasazi sites in southern Utah. Perishable Industries from Westwater—Five Kiva—(42Sa14)—And Big Westwater (425a6752) Ruins San Juan County, Utah: A Synopsis. In: Handbook of North American Indians., pp.194-205. In: Fike, Richard E., Madsen, David B., Lindsay, La Mar W., Nickens, Paul R. Review of Shawnee-Minisink: A Stratified Paleoindian Archaic Site in the Upper Delaware of Pennsylvania. Later their parts were taken over by Diana Churchill and Colin Gordon.
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The series ran for 118 episodes and transferred to television in the early 1960s. Mountain-Plains Museums Conference Proceedings, 12: 1990. Picturing Cultures: Historical Photographs in Anthropological Inquiry.