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News Summary; Saturday Night on the Light

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Charles Richardson introduces Saturday Night on the Light

Anything may happen but you can expect to hear.

Brainies

Frank Duncan

Brian Johnston's Headliner

Bernard Miles

Musical comedy memories by Phil Park

Irene Prador

A Short Story
Ewen Solon as 'Private Detective'.

George Villiers with family memories

Let's Go Motoring
with John Bolster and Brian Johnston.

And a wealth of recorded music featuring The Jack Coles Orchestra

News Summary at 8.30 and 9.30

Contributors

Presenter/Continuity script: Charles Richardson
Performer: Frank Duncan
Item presenter (Brian Johnston's Headliner/Let's Go Motoring): Brian Johnston
Performer: Bernard Miles
Performer: Phil Park
Performer: Irene Prador
Private Detective (Short Story): Ewen Solon
Performer: George Villiers
Item presenter (Let's Go Motoring): John Bolster
Musicians: The Jack Coles Orchestra
Outside broadcasts arranged by: Michael Hastings
Associate Producer: Richard Francis
Edited and produced by: John Bridges

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News Summary; Saturday Night on the Light

Light Programme, 1 November 1958 19.30






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