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: Henry Hall and his Orchestra

With Molly Morrelle, Leslie Douglas, and Bob Mallin.


Musicians: Henry Hall and his Orchestra
Singer: Molly Morrelle
Singer: Leslie Douglas
Singer: Bob Mallin

: O Mistress Mine

An anthology of love scenes.
With John Abbott, Brenda Bennett, Alec Clunes, Wilfred Fletcher, Thea Holme, Nadine March, Barbara Nixon, Gerald Nodin, Elaine Wodson.
(to 16.00)


Editor: Barbara Nixon
Production: Desmond Davis
[Actor]: John Abbott
[Actress]: Brenda Bennett
[Actor]: Alec Clunes
[Actor]: Wilfred Fletcher
[Actress]: Thea Holme
[Actress]: Nadine March
[Actress]: Barbara Nixon
[Actor]: Gerald Nodin
[Actress]: Elaine Wodson

: Doorlay's Christmas Rocket

By permission of Sir Oswald Stoll, the first act of Doorlay's Christmas Rocket, with Ruth Hasse, Gold and Cordell, Johnny Riscoe, Julita and her Spanish Dancers, Olding's Crazy Gang, Carter, The Mazzoni's Trio, The Five Olympic Rings, Arthur Pond and Company, The Lily Aven Trio, The Yu-Nan-Chen Company, Schamil's Russian Company, Doorlay's Eighteen Midget Ponies, Popow's Cossack Choir, and the Twenty-four Betty Hobbs Girls, will be televised direct from the London Coliseum.


Entertainer: Ruth Hasse
Dancers: Gold and Cordell
Comedian: Johnny Riscoe
Dancers: Julita and her Spanish Dancers
Entertainers: Olding's Crazy Gang
Performer: Carter
Performers: The Mazzoni's Trio
Performers: The Five Olympic Rings
Performers: Arthur Pond and Company
Performers: The Lily Aven Trio
Performers: The Yu-Nan-Chen Company
Performers: Schamil's Russian Company
Singers: Popows Cossack Choir
Dancers: the Twenty-four Betty Hobbs Girls

: Darts Match

A BBC Four meets a team from the Press Club.


Commentary: Charles Garner

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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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