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VERA LYNN with Malcolm Roberts
Rich Bono accompanied by Freddie Logan (bass) and John Flanagan (drums)
The George Mitchell Singers Dancers,
Pauline Wall , Roger Howlett
Orchestra under the direction of Peter Knight
Designed by David Chandler
Produced by G. B. LUPINO


Unknown: Malcolm Roberts
Unknown: Rich Bono
Bass: Freddie Logan
Bass: John Flanagan
Dancers: Pauline Wall
Dancers: Roger Howlett
Designed By: David Chandler
Produced By: G. B. Lupino

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Vera Lynn 10 April 2016

: Children Talking: 3: Life in Hospital

Harold Williamson meets young patients in Yorkshire hospitals.
"The doctors don't tell you anything. I get my Mum to find out, and then she tells me."
From the North


Interviewer: Harold Williamson
Director: Cecil Korer
Producer: Michael Barton

: The Forsyte Saga: Part 21: Action for Libel

by John Galsworthy
dramatised by Anthony Steven
starring Eric Porter, Susan Hampshire, Nicholas Pennell
Jon has married Anne Wilmot. Soames has created a public scene with Marjorie Ferrar; and Fleur has aggravated the situation by writing libellous letters about Marjorie.
Repeated on Tuesday at 10.25p.m.
Eric Porter is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company


Author: John Galsworthy
Dramatisation: Anthony Steven
Designer: Spencer Chapman
Producer: Donald Wilson
Directed By: David Giles
Soames: Eric Porter
Winifred: Margaret Tyzack
Coaker: Julia Whyte
Michael Mont: Nicholas Pennell
Fleur: Susan Hampshire
Sir Alexander MacGown: John Phillips
Marjorie Ferrar: Caroline Blakiston
Francis Wilmot: Hal Hamilton
Sir Lawrence Mont: Cyril Luckham
Pevensey Blythe: Tenniel Evans
Member for Redstoke: Eric Longworth
Butterfield: Donald Gee
Member for Wasbaston: Christopher Hodge
Smither: Maggie Jones
Settlewhite: Alan Rowe
Hotel manager: John Wynyard
Chambermaid: Shirley Patterson


A personal view of the siege of Ladysmith and the men who fought there
From the battlefields of the Boer War Kenneth Griffith tells the story of the hardships, heroics, and blunders of one campaign. Using personal letters and diaries the programme records the simple courage of the ordinary soldiers who fought for Victoria, the Widow Queen
Produced and directed by LAWRENCE GORDON CLARK


Unknown: Kenneth Griffith
Directed By: Lawrence Gordon Clark

: Witch Hunt: Part 5

A thriller in five parts by Jon Manchip White.
with Patrick Kavanagh, Anna Palk, Derek Francis, John Paul
and Morris Perry, Peter Blythe, Sally Home
The Rev. Nyren at last gives Rex the film of the witchcraft practised by the local hunt. As Rex leaves he is cornered and chased by members of the coven.

Repeated on Friday at 9.5 p.m.


Writer: Jon Manchip White
Designer: Roy Oxley
Producer: Alan Bromly
Director: Peter Duguid
Rex Fordham: Patrick Kavanagh
Nancy Jones: Anna Palk
Cass Russell: Peter Blythe
Peter Griffin: Barry Stanton
Charlotte Hayes: Rachel Herbert
The Rev. Philip Nyren: Morris Perry
Harvey Collier: John Paul
Kitty Morse: Thelma Ruby
Maggie Lowther: Sally Home
Colonel Cooper: Derek Francis
Young man: John Railton

: News Summary

: Late Night Line-Up

A late look around the world of television.
Criticism, Discussion, Diversion


Sorrowful Jones starring
LUCILLE BALL with William Demarest
Bruce Cabot
Directed by Sidney Lanfield
Produced by Robert L. Welch
Left as security on a bet, five-year-old Martha Jane finds her way to the flinty heart and, even more surprisingly, to the moth-ridden pocket of Sorrowful Jones, a penny-pinching small-time bookmaker.


Unknown: Bob Hope
Unknown: William Demarest
Unknown: Bruce Cabot
Directed By: Sidney Lanfield
Produced By: Robert L. Welch
Unknown: Martha Jane
Sorrowful Jones: Bob Hort
Gladys O'Neill: Lucille Ball
Big Steve: Bruce Cabot
Regret: William Demarest
Martha Jane: Mary Jans Saunders
Once Over Sam: Tom Pedi
Lt Reardon: Thomas Gomez

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