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: NEWS

: HOUSEWIVES' CHOICE

Bob Danvers Walker introduces your request records

Contributors

Introduces: Bob Danvers Walker

: FIVE TO TEN

A story, a hymn, and a prayer

: ANDREW FENNER

at the BBC theatre organ

: MUSIC WHILE YOU WORK

Hugh James and his Orchestra

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh James

: MRS. DALE'S DIARY

Mrs. Dale, the doctor's wife, records the daily happenings in the life of her family
Script by Basil Dawson

Contributors

Script By: Basil Dawson

: PHIL TATE

and his Orchestra with Franklyn Boyd

Contributors

Unknown: Franklyn Boyd

: Concert Hour BBC MIDLAND ORCHESTRA

(Leader, Donald Sturtivant )
Conductor, Gilbert Vinter

Contributors

Leader: Donald Sturtivant
Conductor: Gilbert Vinter

: Cricket ENGLAND v. PAKISTAN

Second Test Match
(Fourth day)
Commentaries by Rex Alston and John Arlott , with a summary at
1.30 by Arthur Gilligan
From Trent Bridge. Nottingham

Contributors

Unknown: Rex Alston
Unknown: John Arlott

: JOHNNY BRANDON

on gramophone records

: LISTEN WITH MOTHER

A programme for children under five
Nursery rhymes stories, and music
Today's story: ' Sam and Little Wu ' by Molly Sole. told by Julia Lang. Part 1
Catherine Edwards introduces the programmes this week

Contributors

Unknown: Molly Sole.
Told By: Julia Lang.
Introduces: Catherine Edwards

: WOMAN'S HOUR

including
Time to Move On: Norah Pattison who found herself the first of the summer arrivals at a seaside boarding-house, talks about the ' winter permanents ' who were just moving out
Welsh Corgis: Leslie Perrins talks about this popular breed of dog
Through the Ragman's Eyes: Charles William Aldous gives his view of the housewife as he sees her during his day's work
No More Ration Books: a symposium of views on freedom in housekeeping from two housewives, Joan Stagier and Phoebe Young; a grocer, F. J. Mitchell; and a cookery expert, Ann Hardy; with a postscript by an old-age pensioner
Serial:
' The Thirteenth Child'
A tale of long ago
Written for Woman's Hour and read by the author,
Antonia Ridge
The first of ten instalments
Programme Introduced by Marjorie Anderson

Contributors

Unknown: Norah Pattison
Talks: Leslie Perrins
Unknown: Antonia Ridge
Introduced By: Marjorie Anderson

: Cricket ENGLAND v. PAKISTAN

Second Test Match
(Fourth day)
Further commentary by Rex Alston and John Arlott
From Trent Bridge, Nottingham

Contributors

Commentary By: Rex Alston
Commentary By: John Arlott

: MUSIC WHILE YOU WORK

Tommy Kinsman and his Dance Orchestra

Contributors

Unknown: Tommy Kinsman

: MRS. DALE'S DIARY

Mrs. Dale, the doctor's wife, records the daily happenings in the life of her family
Script by Basil Dawson
* During the absence of Douglas Burbidge caused by illness
After a set-back caused by hysterical paralysis, Angela-with Bob's encouragement-was able to get on to her feet.
Julie's mother wrote to Trevor's C.O. asking him to prevent the couple meeting in future; the letter was passed to the Padre, who had a talk with Sally about it. Monument apologised to Mrs. Dale for the clash between him and Mr. Smithers, and in view of his decision to remain in Parkwood Hill
Mrs. Dale gave him his job back. A letter from Jenny's father to David brought the whole complicated situation concerning Bob, Angela, and Jenny into the open. Isabel Fielding was delighted when she was told that, due to a change of plans, the International Help for Children needed another family to welcome a Czech boy. Mr. Capon asked Miss Simmons to marry him and she accepted. Angus Moray came to London and persuaded Joan Dale to return with him to Grandfather Dale's farm.

Contributors

Script By: Basil Dawson
Unknown: Douglas Burbidge
Mrs Dale: Ellis Powell
Dr Dale: James Dale*
Bob Dale: Leslie Heritage
Gwen Owen: Beryl Calder
David Owen: Gordon Morrison
Sally Lane: Thelma Hughes
Mrs Freeman: Dorothy Lane
Mrs Morgan: Grace Auardyce
Julie Randall: Dorothy Gordon
Trevor Marsden: Peter Scott
The Rev C Murray: Ivan Samson
Ginger Hawkins: Thomas Heathcote
Sergeant Ingham: Godfrey Kenton
Captain Allan: Manning Wilson
A Company Sergeant-Major: Arthur Ridley
Richard Fulton: Norman Chidgey
Grandfather Dale: Jack Shaw
Joan Dale: Olga Dickie
Miss Bendle: Nita Moyce
Miss Simmons: Evelyn Moore
Maggs: Jack Howarth
Sir Bernard Remington-Wade: Meredith Edwards
Young Jamie: Hugh Munro
Clifford Pugh: Richard Burrell

: BBC REVUE ORCHESTRA

(Leader, David Paget )
Conductor, Harry Rabinowits

Contributors

Leader: David Paget
Conductor: Harry Rabinowits

: PIANO PLAYTIME

Frank Baron at the piano

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Baron

: Cricket ENGLAND r. PAKISTAN

Second Test Match : fourth day
Commentaries by Rex Alston and John Arlott , with a summary at 6.30 by Arthur Gilligan

Contributors

Unknown: Rex Alston
Unknown: John Arlott

: LYS ASSIA

on gramophone records

: The Archers

Written by Geoffrey Webb and Edward J. Mason.
A story of country folk.

Contributors

Writer: Geoffrey Webb
Writer: Edward J. Mason
Editor: Godfrey Baseley
Producer: Tony Shryane

: New. and RADIO NEWSREEL

followed by

: Sport

Including cricket close of play scores

: FAMILY FAVOURITES

Tunes you have asked us to play. Including some records chosen by Service men and women overseas

: Victoria Hopper and Reginald Tate in ' CATHERINE CARTER'

by Pamela Hansford Johnson
A love story of the Victorian theatre dramatised in seven episodes by Max Kester
4 — ' A Love Letter and a Journey'
Cast in order of spraking:
Produced by Archie Campbell
No sooner has Catherine scored her first real success in the theatre than she finds her happiness threatened by complications in her private, no less than her professional, life. Conflicting loyalties involve a difficult choice. What shall she decide?

Contributors

Unknown: Pamela Hansford Johnson
Unknown: Max Kester
Produced By: Archie Campbell
Narrator: John Ruddock
Catherine Carter: Victoria Hopper
Jessie Morel: Mary Wimbush
Sir Henry Peverel: Reginald Tate
Malcolm Rivers: Kenneth Fortescue
Willy Palliser: Kim Peacock
Mrs Carter: Ann Codrington
Sarah: Dorothy Holmes Gore
Peel. stage-door keeper a.t the Belvedere Theatre: John Gabriel
Miss Adela Bird: Catherine Salkeld
Miss Pauline Bird: Janet Burnell
Lady Rivers: Fabia Drake

: ROUND BRITAIN QUIZ

A series of two-round contests
London v. Scotland
Round 1
London
Dents Brogan, Cedric Cliffe
Quiz-Master,
Lionel Hale Scotland
Sir James Fergusson
Jack House
Quiz-Master, Gilbert Harding

Contributors

Unknown: Cedric Cliffe
Unknown: Lionel Hale Scotland
Unknown: Sir James Fergusson
Unknown: Jack House
Unknown: Gilbert Harding

: Lester Ferguson in HIT THE ROAD

with Ken Platt and Bob Pearson
Miriam Karlin
Bernard Spear The Taverners
BBC Revue Orchestra
Conductor. Harry Rabinowitz
Script by George Wadmore
George Inns , and Ronnie Wolfe
Produced by George Inns

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Platt
Unknown: Bob Pearson
Unknown: Miriam Karlin
Unknown: Bernard Spear
Conductor: Harry Rabinowitz
Script By: George Wadmore
Script By: George Inns
Script By: Ronnie Wolfe
Produced By: George Inns

: NEWS

: VIERA and ELTON HAYES

Travellers at the crossways
See Both Sides of the Microphone '

: British Jazz

Just Jazz played by The Tony Kinsey Trio sung by Patti Lewis
Introduced by Dill Jones
Produced by Jimmy Grant and Donald MacLean

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Kinsey Trio
Sung By: Patti Lewis
Introduced By: Dill Jones
Produced By: Jimmy Grant
Produced By: Donald MacLean

: A BOOK AT BEDTIME

' The One Tha.t Got Away' by Helen McCloy
Reader, Ian Sadler
11 — ' An Unexpected Ally'

Contributors

Reader: Helen McCloy
Reader: Ian Sadler

: IN A SENTIMENTAL MOOD

Reginald Leopold and his Players

Contributors

Unknown: Reginald Leopold

: Weather Forecast

Highlights of tomorrow's programme* and News Summary

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