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: Music Makers

Lyana Grani, coloratura soprano, in selections from her repertoire. The BBC Television Orchestra, leader Boris Pecker, conductor Hyam Greenbaum


Soprano: Lyana Grani
Musicians: The BBC Television Orchestra
Leader: Boris Pecker
Conductor: Hyam Greenbaum

: Thank You, Mr. Pepys

adapted specially for television, by W. P. Lipscomb, from the West End production.
with Edmund Gwenn as Mr. Samuel Pepys, W. P. Lipscomb as King Charles II,
Henry Oscar as Earl of Shaftesbury.
(to 16.00)


Adapted for television by: W. P. Lipscomb
Production: George More O'Ferrall
Mr. Samuel Pepys: Edmund Gwenn
King Charles II: W. P. Lipscomb
Earl of Shaftesbury: Henry Oscar

: Speaking Personally. No.10: Count Alfred A. Hessenstein


Speaker: Count Alfred A. Hessenstein

: Queue for Song

With Sylvia Welling and Michael Cole, Richard Haydn, Joan Carr, Ronnie Aldrich and Freddie Aspinall, Monti Ryan, and Jack Warner, with Bobby Alderson at the piano.


Singer: Sylvia Welling
Singer: Michael Cole
Singer: Richard Haydn
Singer: Joan Carr
Pianist: Ronnie Aldrich
Pianist: Freddie Aspinall
Singer: Monti Ryan
Singer: Jack Warner
Pianist: Bobby Alderson
Presentation: Reginald Smith

: Music Makers

(Details as 3.0)
(to 22.00)

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