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: The Man Who Was Thursday

by G.K. Chesterton.
(Second performance: for details see Sunday, 8.45)

(to 16.15)

Contributors

Author: G.K. Chesterton

: Variety

Introduced by Vera Fraser.
with Horace Kenney (comedian), Bob Probst (piano), The Four Ramblers (harmony singers), Sheila Matthews (songs), The Stuart Abbot Trio (tap dancers) and The Girls.
Eric Robinson's Orchestra
conducted by Bob Probst

Contributors

Presenter: Vera Fraser
Comedian: Horace Kenney
Pianist: Bob Probst
Singers: The Four Ramblers
Singer: Sheila Matthews
Tap dancers: The Stuart Abbot Trio
Musicians: Eric Robinson's Orchestra
[Orchestra] conducted by: Bob Probst
Producer: Walton Anderson

: Poster Quiz

Robert Hartman tests your knowledge of the British Isles by showing you Travel Association posters at present being displayed in Europe and America.

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Hartman

: Music-Makers: Isadore Goodman

Contributors

Pianist: Isadore Goodman

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)








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