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'The Calendar'

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
A Racing Comedy by EDGAR WALLACE
Adapted for Broadcasting by BARBARA BURNHAM
Produced by VAL GIELGUD
Scene I. The Lounge at Garry Anson 's house, Daneham Lodge, during racing week
Scene 2. A Box at Ascot. Afternoon Scene 3. Daneham Lodge. That evening
Scene 4. The same. Three months later
Scene 5. Lady Panniford's bedroom at Welbury House. The same evening
Characters
There will be four short intervals to denote the passing of time
Note.-The action of the play occurs in the period before the alteration of the Rules of Racing and the Rules of Tattersalls affecting disqualifications
' The Calendar' will be repeated tomorrow at 8.25 in the National programme

Contributors

Broadcasting By: Barbara Burnham
Produced By: Val Gielgud
Unknown: Garry Anson
Unknown: Daneham Lodge.
Hillcott, butler and ex-burglar: Richard Goolden
Henry Lascarne, a young man in the war office: Charles Hickman
Molly Panniford: Susan Taylor
Garry Anson: George Relph
Lady Wenday Panniford: Cathleen Nesbitt
Sir William Panniford, Bt , her husband: Leslie Perrins
Mr Waye, a trainer: Sydney Russell
Andy Lynn, a jockey: Charles Hawtrey
John Dory, a bookmaker: Norman Shelley

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