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: Fiat Justitia

A Symposium on the Law edited by Barbara Nixon.
With Jane Barrett, Holland Bennett, Frank Birch, Newton Blick, Laidman Browne, D.A. Clarke-Smith, Basil Cunard, Philip Godfrey, Roy Graham, Charles Heslop, Douglas Jefferies, Barbara Nixon, Harold Scott, George Skillan, Jessica Tandy, Selma Vaz Dias, Alan Wheatley, Arthur Young.
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Editor: Barbara Nixon
Production: Desmond Davis
[Actress]: Jane Barrett
[Actor]: Holland Bennett
[Actor]: Frank Birch
[Actor]: Newton Blick
[Actor]: Laidman Browne
[Actor]: D.A. Clarke-Smith
[Actor]: Basil Cunard
[Actor]: Philip Godfrey
[Actor]: Roy Graham
[Actor]: Charles Heslop
[Actor]: Douglas Jefferies
[Actress]: Barbara Nixon
[Actor]: Harold Scott
[Actor]: George Skillan
[Actress]: Jessica Tandy
[Actress]: Selma Vaz Dias
[Actor]: Alan Wheatley

: Friends from the Zoo

Introduced by David Seth-Smith and their Keepers.

Contributors

Presenter: David Seth-Smith

: Bee Sharp

A bee in which two teams of well-known men and women, under the chairmanship of Edwin Evans, will sharpen their wits on musical problems.

Contributors

Chairman: Edwin Evans
Presentation: Philip Bate

: This Motoring

illustrated in verse and cartoon by Reginald Arkell and Harry Rutherford.
(to 22.20)

Contributors

Verses: Reginald Arkell
Cartoonist: Harry Rutherford








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