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: Boots of Destiny

[Starring] Ken Maynard in a Western film Boots of Destiny
Ken and his partner, Acey Deucy, find themselves mixed up in a family feud.
(to 16.00)


Ken Crawford: Ken Maynard

: The Three Arts Ballet

in the first public performance of 'Paradise Row' a new one-act ballet.
To be preceded by a short divertissement
At the pianos: Tony Fones and James Turner


Choreography: John Regan
Music: James O. Turner
Decor: Stephen Bundy
Pianist: Tony Fones
Pianist: James Turner
Presented by: Philip Bate
Bill, a coster: Igor Barczinski
Mary, his girl: Noreen Lee
A spiv: Denny Bettis
Vi, his girl: Carmen Chica
Mary's ma: Lisa Brionda
Mary's pa: John Regan
Precocious child: Joy Camden
'Three' Ladies': Olga Roberts
'Three' Ladies': Isobel Bateson
'Three' Ladies': Nancy Hyrst
Children: Vorie Mylchreest
Children: Pauline White
Children: Deirdre Curran
Children: Estelle Balotine

: Personal Impressions: 1

A new series enabling viewers to see with the eyes of well-known men and women.
J. B. Priestley shows and describes things that caught his eye in the past week.


Presenter: J. B. Priestley
Producer: Andrew Miller Jones

: Music Makers: Beatrix Clare (cello)

At the piano: Stewart Nash


Cellist: Beatrix Clare
Pianist: Stewart Nash

: 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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