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: Wrangler's Roost

[Starring] The Rangebusters
The story of a bandit who masquerades as 'Black Bart', a famous highwayman.
(to 16.00)

: Happy Week-End

A musical play.
Adapted and produced for television by Walton Anderson assisted by Leslie Jackson.
(Second performance of the programme televised last Saturday)


Book and lyrics: Dion Titheradge
Music: Michael Eisemann
Music: Percival Mackey
Additional music and lyrics: Nat Ayer
Additional music and lyrics: Arthur Stanley
Additional music and lyrics: Frank Trafford
Additional music and lyrics: Stanley Andrews
Adapted and produced for television by: Walton Anderson
Assisted by: Leslie Jackson
Settings: Richard R. Greenough
Orchestra under the direction of: Eric Robinson
Rogers/Bragg: Richard Gilbert
Riki: George Moon
Edward Potts: Wallas Eaton
Charlie: Howard Douglas
Mitzi: Lois Green
Miss Blythe-Pratt: Barbara Leake
Frank: Anthony Hayes
Polly: Carol Raye
Tom: Walter Horsbrugh
Pageboy: Ian Whittaker
Lola: Roberta Pett
Guests: Doreen Arden
Guests: Lee Barrett
Guests: Doreen Catling
Guests: Cynthia Hayden
Guests: Sylvia Ashmole
Guests: Erica Jeans

: 'Daily Mail' National Film Awards

Viewers join the stars at the Dorchester Hotel for the presentations.
Silver Stars are awarded to Anna Neagle and Michael Wilding for the best screen performance of the year, and Herbert Wilcox for the best screen production. Richard Dimbleby and Mary Malcolm introduce some of the guests.


Award winner: Anna Neagle
Award winner: Michael Wilding
Award winner: Herbert Wilcox
Presenter: Richard Dimbleby
Presenter: Mary Malcolm

: 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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