Introduced by Billy Cotton
A story, a hymn, and a prayer
at the organ of the Capitol, Aberdeen
Band of the Coldstream Guards
Conducted by Major Douglas A. Pope
Director of Music
Major Douglas A.
' Involved with Women ' by Gwen Moffat
Read by Charles Crichton
Played by Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra
Directed by George French
Conducted by Arwel Hughes
Granville Jones (violin)
Story: 'Crackers, the Christmas Cat,' by Ursula Houlihane , told by Daphne Oxenford. Catherine Edwards introduces this week's programmes
Something Special: Monsieur Jean Conil tells how he makes savouries
Do You Like Writing Letters?, by Godfrey Winn
Reading' Your Letters
The Friendly Isles: Commander Thomas Woodrooffe describes some of the places Her Majesty the Queen will have seen and some of the people she may have met during her recent visit.
Personality Diary: Mary Ferguson
(Continued in next column)
Short Story: ' Romantic Ghost '
Written and read by Denise Robins
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
Southern Serenade Orchestra
Directed by Lou Whiteson
John Gavall (songs with guitar)
Lou Preager and his Orchestra
Script by Basil Dawson
Sally met .Mr...Meadows who wanted to buy her »hop and also the two shops on either side of Sarah,' so tlh»t ihe could use them as a oar showroom. After hesitating, 011. took Dr. Dale's advice and decided-subject to a good offer-to seM. Gwen was taken to the cinema one evening by Dr. Gardiner. Mrs. Date won her point" at the Hospital Gommi'Mee meeting and win now be able to go ahead with her Ghctfetmas plans for the children. Sally was very touched when Richaixi Fulton agv*in proposed to her, but she did not accept. Mrs. Dale and some of the family went to Jenny's end-of-term play; she WM quite a success and a London agent told hec afterwards that he might be able to get her a small film part. Edward Fielding asked Isabel To go to Stockholm with him for Christmas. Mrs. Dale advised Isabel to go, even though she was really occupied with her rehearsals. Linda told Bob she was going in a party to the Chelsea Art* Ball, and he decided he would like to do the same thing.
Madame Leonora de Grey:
A play by Ruth and Augustus Goetz based on the novel 'Washington Square' by Henry James
Radio adaptation and produotion by Frederick Bradnum
Maria, the maid:
T. St. John
Episodes and adventures from his autobiography
' Suite in Four Movements '
Introduced, with gramophone illustrations, by the author and Stephen Williams
A tale of the future
Music by Van Phillips
Written and produced by Charles Chilton
(David Kossoff is in "No Sign of the Dove" at the Savoy Theatre, London)
Jet Morgan and his crew are stranded on the Earth having returned to it some thousands of years before, or after, they left it. The discovery of a stone knife outside the ship suggested that they had landed back in the Stone Age. But this could not be reconciled with the fact that at the same time space craft quite unlike their own ship, had flown over them and apparently observed them. Then early one morning a whole fleet of these circular ships landed close by and, as Jet and his crew watched through the televiewer, they opened up to allow the creatures who controlled the strange craft to descend.
Spotlighting the world of popular music with the BBC Show Band
Directed by Cyril Stapleton
Bob Monkhouse , Rikki Fulton
The Melody Family featuring The Stargazers with ' Pip,' ' Pop,' and ' Smugsie '
Bill McGuffie at the piano
The Barnstormers invite you to the Old Log Cabin
I Hear a Violin: Louis Stevens
Smart Work: Harold Smart at the electric organ
Tunes you have specially asked for with Julie Dawn and the Show Band Singers
Script by Bob Monkhouse and Denis Goodwin
Production by Johnnie Stewart
A story of the Boxing Ring in eight episodes by David Cameron and Terry Stanford
Other parts played by Morris Sweden. Frederick Buckland
Music by Jack Jordan
Produced by Vernon Harris '
Frankie Howerd introduces personalities in * Show Business'
Dorothy Squires *
Gladys Morgan and Anthony Steel
Billy Ternent and his Orchestra
Script by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wit Eric Sykes
Produced by Alastair ScoW-Johnston
A ghost story by Algernon Blackwood read in two parts by Valentine Dyall
Aunt Julia and her nephew »et out at night to explore an empty house and to try to discover wherher there is any trud. in the tale that it is haunted.