Tour host, Roy Plomley. invites you to join him for half-an-hour's entertainment. Music for dancing by the Tito Burns Sextet, with Ray Elling ton. Guest artists, The Tanner Sisters. Guest accordionist, Joe Saye. Produced by Charles Chilton
A daily programme of entertainment, information, and music for the woman at home, introduced by Joan Griffiths.
Eye-witness reports of H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth's Wedding
Georgie Rodgers on 'How to Make a Wedding Cake':
'Reflections on Marriage,' by Antonia Ridge;
Mary O'Farrell reading some poems;
and the current serial story, 'The Constant Nymph,' by Margaret Kennedy, read by Barbara McFadyean
An evening party, with Wynne Ajello , Maurice Denham , Joe Linnane , and Maurice Keary. At the pianos, Arthur Young and Ray Castle. Section of the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black . Produced by Tom Ronald
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