A musical programme for children under five.
Ann Driver, Marjorie Westbury and Maurice Bevan include 'The Postman' (words by Molly McArthur), 'The Animals Went in Two by Two' and some games for the children to play in a programme introduced by Franklin Engelmann.
Written by Geoffrey Webb and Edward J. Mason.
A story of country folk.
with Glyn Jones featuring
Bob Winnette and the Song Pedlars
Roma Clarke and George Myddleton and Jimmy Blades
The Portsmouth Branch of The Royal Naval Association are holding one of their get-togethers, and ' Saturday Sing-Song ' has gladly accepted their invitation to take part
where dance music is played by Billy Ternenit and his Orchestra with Eva Beynon , Terry Walsh and The Ternenteers and The Leslie Baker Quintet with Joyce Clark and The Don Lorusso Trio
Host, Edmundo Ros
Producer, Donald MacLean
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