[Starring] Jack Hulbert and Claude Hulbert
with Beverley Wright, Eunice Crowther, John Stevens, Elsa Tee, John Warrington.
Assisted by: Lee Barrett, Brenda Ralston, Doreen Catlin, Helen Connor
At the pianos: Anne de Nys and Judith Dolman
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by J. Jefferson Farjeon.
Adapted for television by Sidney W. Budd.
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A programme of dances and music of Spain.
[Starring] Ana Esmeralda
supported by Charito Leon, Nino de Breoes (singer), Ricardo Blasco (guitar).
(Ana Esmeralda and her company appear by arrangement with Leon Hepuer)
(Second performance: Monday's programme at 3.0 p.m. repeated)
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[The Orchestra] conducted by:
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