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: BREAK O' DAY

Records presented by Adrian Waller

Contributors

Presented By: Adrian Waller

: NEWS

: HOME FOR THE DAY

The Sunday Supplement to Woman's Hour
Patricia Marlowe introduces
Jack Hawkins , this week's Woman's Hour guest
Reading Your Letters on personal problems
Kathleen Jarvis talking about Mothering Sunday
Mabel Constanduros with an episode in the life of the Buggins family
A reading from ' Idle Days In Patagonia ' by W. H. Hudson. Abridged by E. N. Williams and read by Rene Cutforth

Contributors

Introduces: Patricia Marlowe
Unknown: Jack Hawkins
Unknown: Kathleen Jarvis
Unknown: Mabel Constanduros
Unknown: W. H. Hudson.
Abridged By: E. N. Williams
Read By: Rene Cutforth

: LESLIE BAILY'S LOG BOOK

14-' A Last Look Round'
Interviewing sewermen in a Manchester sewer, talking to a diver on the bed of the River Clyde, meeting exiles from Lancashire on a Cornish flower farm, listening to title Treviscoe Male Voice Choir — through these and other recordings made on the spot Leslie Baily sums up his impressions of « four thousand miles tour.
Produced by Jack Singleton
(The recorded broadcast of Feb. 24)

Contributors

Produced By: Jack Singleton

: AS I ROVED OUT

You are invited to listen to songs and music still sung and played in the British Isles
Last programme of the present series Spike Hughes recalls some of the songs and tunes he has arranged, including ' To the Beggin' I will go,' ' Sweet Primroses,' ' Soldier, Soldier,' and ' The Trees,' also known as ' The Bonny Boy is Growing '
Peter Kennedy and Seamus Ennis remember some of the singers they have introduced during the series
Singers: Isla Cameron
Frances Kitching , Seamus Ennis
The Players:
Eugene Pini (viiolin) Carlos Valdez (cello)
Henry Krein (accordion)
George Crozier (flute)
Freddie Phillips (guitar)
Jimmy Verity (Viola)
Introduced by Spike Hughes
Edited by Marie Slocombe
Produced by Harold Rogers

Contributors

Singers: Isla Cameron
Singers: Frances Kitching
Singers: Seamus Ennis
Unknown: Eugene Pini
Cello: Carlos Valdez
Accordion: Henry Krein
Flute: George Crozier
Guitar: Freddie Phillips
Viola: Jimmy Verity
Introduced By: Spike Hughes
Edited By: Marie Slocombe
Produced By: Harold Rogers

: Wilfred Pickles invites you to join him in 'HAVE A GOI'

From St. Saviour's Parish Hall,
Jersey

: PEOPLE'S SERVICE

There was a cloud that overshadowed thent. And a voice came out of the cloud, saying, This is my beloved Son; hear him (St. Mark 9, v. 7)
The Hope of the World 12—' Lifting the Veil'
Service conducted by the Rev. F. Townley Lord , D.D. From Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, London

Contributors

Unknown: F. Townley Lord

: FAMILY FAVOURITES

For serving men and women stationed abroad and their families at home
Presented from London and Cologne by Jean Metcalfe and Dennis Scuse

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Metcalfe
Unknown: Dennis Scuse

: THE BILLY COTTON BAND SHOW

with Alan Breeze and Doreen Stephens Script by Clem Bernard Produced by Glyn Jones
See Both Sides of the Mtcrophone'

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Breeze
Unknown: Doreen Stephens
Script By: Clem Bernard
Produced By: Glyn Jones

: Jack Payne introduces BRITISH BAND BOX

A weekly programme of records of British dance bands

: George Cole, Phyllis Calvert and James McKechnie in ' A LIFE OF BLISS'

Script by Godfrey Harrison
BBC Revue Orchestra
Conductor, Harry Rabinowitz Produced by Leslie Bridgmont

Contributors

Script By: Godfrey Harrison
Conductor: Harry Rabinowitz
Produced By: Leslie Bridgmont
David Bliss: George Cole
Phyllis Medley: Phyllis Calvert
Christopher Medley: James McKechnie
Mrs Griffin: Gladys Henson
Psyche, the dog: Percy Edwards
Bunty Blythe: Sheila McCormacK
Susan Medley: Carol Wolveridge
Dulcie Cousins: Pat Coombs
Ronnie Cousins: Michael Ashwin

: David Lloyd James and Rooney Pelletier invite you to join them in a VISIT TO PORTUGAL

They recall meeting in Lisbon on September 23 last year, and in this travelogue talk about the people they met, the places they saw, and the sounds they heard
Produced by Harold Rogers

Contributors

Produced By: Harold Rogers

: CAPITAL FARE

The second in a series of two-way exchange gramophone record programmes between London and other capital cities
This week
Alastair Dunnett in London and Robert Dunnett in Edinburgh
Introduced by Sandy Grandison Produced by Thurstan Holland

Contributors

Unknown: Alastair Dunnett
Unknown: Robert Dunnett
Introduced By: Sandy Grandison
Produced By: Thurstan Holland

: SUNSHINE AND SHADOW

Cy Grant presents a new programme of West Indian and other songs, with guitar accompaniment
Guitars played by Cy Grant and Fitzroy Coleman Produced by Leonard Cottrell

Contributors

Played By: Cy Grant
Played By: Fitzroy Coleman
Produced By: Leonard Cottrell

: SUSPENSE The first in a new series of true stories in dramatic form of heroism and adventure Leo Genn in ' JUNGLE GREEN'

The book by Arthur Campbell
Dramatised and produced by Alan Burgess

Contributors

Book By: Arthur Campbell
Produced By: Alan Burgess
Major Campbell: Leo Genn
C S M Tilley: Russell Napier
C O: Eric Phillips
Mike: Garard Green
Johnny: Derek Hart
Jock: Duncan McLntyre
Private Raikes: Roger Snowdon
Private Churchman: Brian Roper
Private Jewson: John Charlesworth
Corporal Robinson: Barry MacGregor
Chen Yun: Ian Catford
Chinese woman: Myrtle Rowe

: News and RADIO NEWSREEL

A summary of events of the past week

: GRAND HOTEL

Tom Jenkins and the Palm Court Orchestra with Philip Hattey
(Continued in next column)

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Jenkins
Unknown: Philip Hattey

: SUNDAY HALF-HOUR

Community hymn-singing from the East Church of St. Nicholas, Aberdeen
Introduced by the Rev. W. M Macartney
Minister of St. Giles's Church. Elgin
The Praise is led by members of the Youth Fellowships from Aberdeen Churches
Conducted by Reginald Barrett -Ayres
Organist. Thomas C. Howden
How lovely is thy dwelling place
(Tune: Harington)
Immortal, invisible (Tune: Joanna)
There's a wideness in God's mercy
(Tune: Hyfrydol)
Lord, speak to me (Tune. Winscott)
For my sake and the Gospel's, go
(Tune, Bishopgarth)
Thou to whom the sick and dying
(Tune, Himmel)
0 thou who makest souls to shine
(Tune, Wainwright)
Mine eyes have seen the glory (Tune,
Vision)

Contributors

Conducted By: Reginald Barrett
Organist: Thomas C. Howden

: Tony Hancock in STAR BILL

with Moira Lister , Graham Stark and Higgins and featuring
The Girl of a Thousand Voices
Joan Turner
The Man with the Golden Trumpet
Eddie Calvert and The George Mitchell Millionaires
Led by Tony Mercer
This week's visiting star
Jimmy James
(Continued in next column)
Stanley Black and his Concert Orchestra
Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson
Additional lyrics by Jimmy Grafton
Produced by Dennis Main Wilson

Contributors

Unknown: Moira Lister
Unknown: Graham Stark
Unknown: Joan Turner
Unknown: Eddie Calvert
Unknown: Tony Mercer
Unknown: Jimmy James
Unknown: Stanley Black
Written By: Ray Galton
Written By: Alan Simpson
Unknown: Jimmy Grafton
Produced By: Dennis Main Wilson

: NEWS

: IAN STEWART

at the piano.

: THINK ON THESE THINGS

Souls of men! (Tune. St. Mabyn)
Now I have found the ground wherein
(Tune, Anchor)
How mighty are the Sabbaths (Tune,
Pearsall)

: HEARTSEASE

Margaret Rawlings offers to friends known and unknown some poems she has chosen in response to their letters

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Rawlings

: RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH

presents an eighteenth-century miscellany of words and music with gramophone records

: News Summary

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