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: Virtuoso

A new play by Cedric Wallis.
Time: The present
(Second performance)

(to 16.30)


Writer: Cedric Wallis
Producer: George More O'Ferrall
Jack Dallas: Basil Appleby
Alan Wainwright: Sebastian Shaw
Arnold Grover: Patric Curwen
Miss Coleman: Vivien Merchant
Judith Wainwright: Elizabeth Allan
Lady Mary Creston: Alison Pickard
Elmo Krikrissian: Frederick Richter

: Hulbert Follies: 2

[Starring] Jack Hulbert and Claude Hulbert
with Adele Dixon, Eunice Crowther, John Stevens, Elsa Tee, John Warrington
Assisted by the Young Ladies: Lee Barrett, Brenda Ralston, Noreen Lee, Helen Connor
At the pianos: Anne de Nys and Judith Dolman
(Second performance)


Comedian/devised and produced for television by: Jack Hulbert
Comedian: Claude Hulbert
Singer: Adele Dixon
Performer: Eunice Crowther
Performer: John Stevens
Performer: Elsa Tee
Performer: John Warrington
Performer: Brenda Ralston
Performer: Noreen Lee
Performer: Helen Connor
Pianist: Anne de Nys
Pianist: Judith Dolman
Lyrics and sketches: Max Kester
Costumes and scenery designed by: Stephen Bundy
Devised and produced for television by: Walton Anderson

: News Map: Switzerland

J.F. and Margaret Horrabin draw the maps, Elizabeth Wiskemann discusses the history, and Hans Egli illustrates the beauties of a country in which some viewers may be spending their holiday this summer.


Maps: J.F. Horrabin
Maps: Margaret Horrabin
Presenter: Elizabeth Wiskemann
Presenter: Hans Egli
Programme arranged by: Trevor Blewitt

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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