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: Money for Jam

A farce by Bemauer and Osterreischer, translated by M. and A. Bolton.
(to 16.20)


Writers: Bemauer and Osterreischer
Translated by: M. and A. Bolton
Production: Michael Barry
Peter Paul Lutz: Jack Melford
Dodo Reinhardt: Barbara Greene
Lona Reinhardt: Mary Shelley
Emit Reinhardt: Desmond Keith
Mario Dorlando: Bruno Barnabe
Alfred Jensch: Charles Victor
Muller and Wilhelm: Ralph Roberts
Kesselberg senior: Edmund Bailey
Kesselberg junior: Leonard Sachs
Schulski: Bernard Miles
A Policeman: Paul Chesterton

: Guest Night: No. 4.

A.G. Street discusses with his friends what they do in their leisure time. Some paint, some tend their gardens, others become collectors, musicians, dog-breeders, and others again simply become fit.


Presenter: A.G. Street
Presentation: Mary Adams

: Six Gentlemen in a Row

A comedy by Jules Romains.
English version by Harley Granville-Barker.
With Harvey Braban, V.C. Clinton-Baddeley, Kenelm Foss, Roy Graham, Evan John, Neil Porter, John Ruddock (by arrangement with the "Under Suspicion" management), Frank Snell, Wilfrid Walter, and Charles Windermere.


Author: Jules Romains
English version: Harley Granville-Barker
Production: Jan Bussell
First Gentleman: Harvey Braban
Man About Town: V.C. Clinton-Baddeley
Fourth Gentleman: Kenelm Foss
Amedee: Roy Graham
Third Gentleman: Evan John
Second Gentleman: Neil Porter
Leon: John Ruddock
Fifth Gentleman: Frank Snell
Sixth Gentleman: Wilfrid Walter
Proprietor: Charles Windermere

: Behind the Beyond

A problem play by Stephen Leacock.
With Nadine March and Frank Birch, and Peter Ashmore, Don Gemmell, Hilary Pritchard, Christopher Steele, Monica Stirling, and Gladys Young.


Author: Stephen Leacock
Production: Jan Bussell
Lady Cicely Trevor: Nadine March
Sir John Trevor: Frank Birch
Jack Harding: Peter Ashmore
[Actor]: Don Gemmell
Second Valet: Hilary Pritchard
Ernestine: Monica Stirling
Mrs Harding: Gladys Young

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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.

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