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: Through the Year

Elizabethan songs for the four seasons composed by Roger Quitter, with Hazel Jennings, Eric Starling, Harold Child. The BBC Television Orchestra, leader Boris Pecker, conductor Hyam Greenbaum.

Contributors

Composer: Roger Quitter
Singer: Hazel Jennings
Singer: Eric Starling
Singer: Harold Child
Choreography: Quentin Tod
Musicians: The BBC Television Orchestra
Leader: Boris Pecker
Conductor: Hyam Greenbaum
Production: Stephen Thomas

: Jack Jackson and his Band

with Helen Clare, Jack Cooper, Joe Ferrie, and the Jakdauz.
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Musicians: Jack Jackson and his Band
Singer: Helen Clare
Singer: Jack Cooper
Singer: Joe Ferrie
Singers: The Jakdauz

: Speaking Personally: Stephen King-Hall

Contributors

Speaker: Stephen King-Hall

: Have You Brought Your Music?

Written by Eleanor Farjeon.
With Margaret Rutherford, Everley Gregg, Warren Jenkins, Eric Starling, and Queenie Leonard.
The BBC Television Orchestra, leader Boris Pecker, conductor Hyam Greenbaum.

Contributors

Devised by: Quentin Tod
Writer: Eleanor Farjeon
Original music composed by: Vivien Lambelet
Musicians: The BBC Television Orchestra
Leader: Boris Pecker
Conductor: Hyam Greenbaum
Production: Reginald Smith
Mrs Massingberd: Margaret Rutherford
Edith: Everley Gregg
Freddie: Warren Jenkins
Basil: Eric Starling
Gertie: Queenie Leonard

: Bridge

Hubert Phillips will demonstrate another game of Bridge. The players will be chosen from the English team who played against Scotland in the Bridge international held on March 26.
(to 22.00)

Contributors

Presenter: Hubert Phillips








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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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