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: Ord Hamilton

songs at the piano


Singer/pianist: Ord Hamilton

: Wren of St. Paul's

Written for television by Christine Hahlo.
With William Devlin, Jean Shepeard, Ruby Head, Richard Fleury, Alan Hamilton, Basil Dignam, Rex Walters, Robert Rendel.
(to 16.00)


Writer: Christine Hahlo
Production: Eric Crozier
Christopher Wren: William Devlin
[Actress]: Jean Shepeard
Philip Wood: Richard Fleury
Henry: Alan Hamilton
Bill: Basil Dignam
Charles II: Rex Walters
John Evelyn: Robert Rendel

: Jam Session

A programme of swing music.

: Powder and Pipe-Clay

A revue of old Army songs.
with John Goss, Jean Colin, Taylor Harris, Alicia Marlova, Edward Crowther, Douglas Ward, Norman Menges, William Grant, the BBC Television Orchestra, leader Boris Pecker, conductor Hyam Greenbaum.


Singer: John Goss
Singer: Jean Colin
Singer: Taylor Harris
Dancer: Alicia Markova
Singer: Edward Crowther
Singer: Douglas Ward
Singer: Norman Menges
Singer: William Grant
Musicians: The BBC Television Orchestra
Leader: Boris Pecker
Conductor: Hyam Greenbaum
Production: Stephen Thomas

: News Bulletin

A recording of the Third News from the National programme.

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Here is the News 11 October 2015

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