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: Jack Hylton and his Band

with June Malo, Peggy Dell, Primrose, Bruce Trent, Ernest Wise, Maureen Potter, and Freddie Schweitzer.

Contributors

Musicians: Jack Hylton and his Band
Singer: June Malo
Singer: Peggy Dell
Performer: Primrose
Singer: Bruce Trent
Performer: Ernest Wise
Singer: Maureen Potter
Saxophonist: Freddie Schweitzer
Presentation: Stephen Harrison

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Saturday Post: Dancing on Air 1 October 2016

: Coffee-Stall

A light entertainment devised by S. E. Reynolds.
With Sunday Wilshin, Ernest Jay, Mary Lennox, Ed Morelle, AI Shaw, John Snuggs.
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Deviser: S. E. Reynolds
Performer: Sunday Wilshin
Performer: Ernest Jay
Performer: Mary Lennox
Magician: Ed Morelle
Comedian: Al Shaw
Performer: John Snuggs
Production: Eric Boseley

: Libel

A play by Edward Wooll.
[Starring] Leon M. Lion
And Corney Grain, Ann Cooper, Stuart Bull, Michael Balfour, Jean Gary, Paul Chesterton, John Fraser, Lewis Stringer, Michael Nono, and Harold Boyer.
(This programme will be repeated on Monday, March 20, at 3.0)

Contributors

Author: Edward Wooll
Production: Michael Barry
Sir Mark Loddon, M.P.: Wyndham Goldie
Lady Loddon: Judith Gick
Thomas Foxley, K.C.: Leon M. Lion
Sir Wilfred Kelling, K.C., M.P.: Ivan Samson
Frank Buckenham: George Pughe
Mr. Justice Tuttington: Bryan Powley
Emile Flordon: George de Warfaz
Sarah Carleton: Sandra Lawson
William Bale: John Salew
George Hemsby: Mario Francelli
General Winterton: Corney Grain
Millicent Winterton: Ann Cooper
Numero Quinze: Stuart Bull
Associate: Michael Balfour
Captain Gerald Loddon: Jean Gary
Solicitor: Paul Chesterton
Junior Counsel: John Fraser
Junior Counsel: Lewis Stringer
Newsboy: Lewis Stringer
Junior Counsel: Michael Nono
Spectator: Harold Boyer








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