Nan Kenway and Douglas Young, Freddie Packham , Thea Wells , and Edward Cooper (by permission of Firth Shephard ), with Clive Richard -son and Tony Lowry at two pianos, in a tea-time, cabaret presented by Reginald Smith
The fighting spirit of the United Nations. Dramatic presentation of the free peoples of the world at war. ' New Zealanders at Hellfire Pass ' : drama of 30 New Zealanders who opened a way for the Eighth Army when Rommel, in flight, tried to stage a stand at Halfaya. Written by Rosemary. Colley. Arranged and produced by Brigid Maas
Devised by Harry S. Pepper , with George Doonan , Suzette Tarri , Sidney Burchall , Helen Hill , Clarence Wright. Alan Paul and James Moody at the pianos. The Follies Orchestra, conducted' by Billy Ternent. Script written by Dick Pepper. Produced by Jacques Brown
18 â€” 'Martin Chuzzlewit': reading by V. C. Clinton-Baddeley
A hundred years ago this month the first number of 'Martin Chuzzlewit' was published. Tonight's reading introduces one of the greatest of all Dickens's creations - the immortal Mrs. Sarah Gamp.
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