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: Cartoon Film

: Cabaret

with Oliver Wakefield
Paula Green
Marcella Salzer
Irving Davies and Jean Telfer
The Iris Kirkwhite Dancers
Orchestra conducted by Eric Robinson

Contributors

Comedian: Oliver Wakefield
Singer: Paula Green
Performer: Marcella Salzer
Dancer: Irving Davies
Performer: Jean Telfer
Dancers: The Iris Kirkwhite Dancers
Conductor: Eric Robinson
Presented By: D. H. Munro

: Film

: Household Hints

Marian Cutler, a trained nurse, gives nursing hints for holiday emergencies

Contributors

Nurse: Marian Cutler

: Starlight: Jessie Matthews

At the piano, Bob Busby

Contributors

Performer: Jessie Matthews
Pianist: Bob Busby

: Household Hints

Marian Cutler, a trained nurse, gives nursing hints for holiday emergencies

Contributors

Speaker: Marian Cutler

: Cartoon Film

: St. Simeon Stylites

A play in one act by F. Sladen Smith
Scene: The top of the column-in the desert-outside Antioch
(Repeat Performance)
Nowadays St. Simeon would be a champion American Tree-Sitter, but living in the East as he did many centuries ago, he was regarded as very religious, and he sat on the top of a column for an immense period. 'Stylites' means-in effect -'up the pole'.

Contributors

Writer: F. Sladen Smith
Producer: Harold Clayton
St Simeon Stylites: Julian D' Albie
Sedulius: Olaf Olsen
A king: Norman Claridge
His jester: Stuart Latham
Eudocia, a lady: Joan Carol
Procla, her attendant: Barbara Lott
The devil: Geoffrey Edwards
His friend: Leo de Pokomy








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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