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: The El Marios All Girls Latin-American Orchestra

Guest Artist, Viera


Musicians: The El Marios All Girls Latin-American Orchestra
Singer/guest artist: Viera

: Cartoonists' Corner: Harry Rutherford

(to 16.00)


Cartoonist: Harry Rutherford

: Going Places: 2: Up Spirits

A Naval Concert Party.
with Frederic Tisdell, John Hewer, Rex Baines, Margaret Fones, Renay and Drew, and Tony Fones and Bobby Pagan at the two pianos.


Performer: Frederic Tisdell
Performer: John Hewer
Performer: Rex Baines
Performer: Margaret Fones
Performers: Renay and Drew
Pianist: Tony Fones
Pianist: Bobby Pagan
Devised by: Ronald Hill
Producer: Barrie Edgar

: Country Magazine

A pictorial version of the popular radio programme introducing Jack Hargreaves, Peter Russell, Joe Tracy, Ted Bright, Reg Cook, Joe Munday, J. Evans-Bersey, and 'Fish-hawk'.
Songs by Martin Boddey


Presenter: Jack Hargreaves
Presenter: Peter Russell
Presenter: Joe Tracy
Presenter: Ted Bright
Presenter: Reg Cook
Presenter: Joe Munday
Presenter: J. Evans-Bersey
Presenter: 'Fish-hawk'
Singer: Martin Boddey
Programme arranger: Francis Dillon
Producer: Robert Barr

Blog post that mentions this programme:

Missing Believed Wiped 13 December 2016

: Paolo Silveri

the operatic baritone
At the piano, Ivor Newton


Baritone: Paolo Silveri
Pianist: Ivor Newton

: Cartoonists' Corner: David Langdon


Cartoonist: David Langdon

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.20)

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