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4th Dimension


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Introduced by John Dunn Admiral Skylark
Tales of a Space-age Twit with GEORGE LAYTON as everyone written by GAIL RENARD Producer SIMON BRETT
4.5 Time Well Spent: things to do, to collect, to make: magic, shoebox scenes, postcards.
Introduced by BRIAN TRUEMAN Producer GILLIAN
4.25 On the Right Track
A competition about railways and railway sounds: devised by REX CHRISTIANSEN.
4.30 A Likely Lad by GILLIAN AVERY read by DAVID MAHLOWE (4)
4.40 Forecast: the radio game devised by IAN MESSITER Host Tony Blackburn
Special guest Richard Wattis with some Guides and Scouts Producer RICHARD WILLCOX Editor GRAHAM GAULD


Introduced By: John Dunn
Unknown: George Layton
Written By: Gail Renard
Producer: Simon Brett
Introduced By: Brian Trueman
Producer: Gillian
Unknown: Rex Christiansen.
Unknown: Gillian Avery
Read By: David Mahlowe
Unknown: Richard Wattis
Producer: Richard Willcox
Editor: Graham Gauld

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