Introduced by Charmian Innes.
with Joan Butler, Harold Behrens, Lynne Bretton, Joe Yorke, Greta Unger, Jimmy Grootkerk, Chris Gill, Jack and Daphne Barker, Doreen Austin's Gainsborough Girls
The Showboat Serenaders conducted by Gaby Rogers
Doreen Austin's Gainsborough
In this series, Alan Ivimey is the guest of a family abroad. After Sweden he hopes to go visiting in America, China, Czechoslovakia, and other countries, and in doing so will show you a variety of domestic interiors and hospitable customs. This evening he is entertained by Astrid Svedberg and Tord Wickbom.
Jay A. Miller
by Mileson Horton.
Each week Inspector Cameron presents two problems from his casebook. Viewers see and hear sufficient evidence to enable them to spot the criminal's mistake: and they can check their solutions with those of the Inspector.
1 - Who killed Crask?; 2 - The Case of the Twin Sisters
With James Raglan as Inspector Cameron.
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