Humphrey Lestocq introduces your request records.
A story, a hymn, and a prayer.
followed by Neville Meale at the BBC theatre organ
Felix King and his Orchestra
(Felix King and his Orchestra are appearing at the Colony Restaurant, London)
Felix King and his
(Leader, Jack Nugent)
Conductor, Michael Collins
BBC Scottish Variety
followed by Sandy MacPherson at the BBC theatre organ
followed by Harry Leader and his Band
(Harry Leader and his Band are appearing at the Astoria Dance Salon, London)
Harry Leader and his
and forecast for farmers and shipping
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played by the BBC Midland Light Orchestra
(Leader, Donald Sturtivant)
Conductor, Gilbert Vinter
BBC Midland Light Orchestra [Orchestra] leader: Donald
followed by Lou Preager and his Orchestra
(Lou Preager and his Orchestra are appearing at the Hammersmith Palais)
Lou Preager and his
Felix King at the piano
Conducted by Capt. C. H. Jaeger, Director of Music.
[Band] conducted by:
Capt. C. H.
Jack Coles and his Orchestre Moderne
Jack Coles and his Orchestre
played by the BBC Welsh Orchestra
(Leader, Philip Whiteway)
Conductor, Rae Jenkins
The episode of 'Mrs. Dale's Diary' that would normally have been broadcast at this time can be heard at 11.0 a.m. in the Light Programme on Tuesday, May 31
The BBC Welsh
from the BBC Northern Variety Orchestra
Conductor, Alyn Ainsworth with Les Howard , Barbara Law
Introduced by Roger Moffat
and his Orchestra with Alma Warren , Martin Moreno
Written by Geoffrey Webb and Edward J. Mason.
A story of country folk.
including cricket close of play scores
presents 'The Man in Black' with Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe and Spike Milligan
The Ray Ellington Quartet
After forty-three years at school young Ned Seagoon returns to Seagoon's Folly, the ancestral home, to find it empty save for a sinister oriental valet, a refugee heroin importer, and Gravely Headstone, the butler. Where is Seagoon's father, his four mothers, the first cook, the under-footman and the over-footman? All Ned's queries are met with silence. Then one night three mysterious strangers are seen digging a grave nearly fifty-foot long in the rose-garden. Hollow knockings and weird moans are heard in the buttery, and Strangler Aagonschmidt, a notorious schizophrenic, is discovered in the act of setting fire to the library. Why is there a secret passage from the grave to Seagoon's bedroom? What is the secret of 'The Canal'?
(The recorded broadcast of November 2 in the Home Service)
The Ray Ellington
Lord Valentine Seagoon:
Doctor Kurt Eidelberger:
Nurk, the gardener:
Mr Henry Crun:
Miss Minnie Bannister:
First mysterious stranger:
Second mysterious stranger:
Third mysterious stranger:
discussed spontaneously by: Mary Stocks , Frank Byers
Ted Leather , J. P. W. Mallalieu
Produced by Michael Bowen
From the Public Hall, Shirehampton, Bristol
J. P. W.
Cyril Stapleton directs the BBC Show Band
Pianist, Bill McGuffie
Songs from the Stargazers
Harold Smart, Bert Weedon
Guest singer, Monty Norman
Producer, John Browell
' Fish Out of Water ' by Gilbert Hackforth-Jones
(to be read in fourteen instalments)
Read by Norman Shelley
Abridged by Eve Howland
9 — ' Sir Eric's Strategy'
Music for a later hour including
Eric Jupp and his Player*