A holiday in the Isle of Wight from Cliff Michelmore
A mountaineering holiday by Yvonne Adamson
A trip to the Canary Islands with Rex Palmer
Questions of holiday interest answered by travel experts
Ted Appleton and Bill Cormack
Introduced by Franklin Engelmann
Richard Williams and Cecile Chevreau in - BUTTER IN A LORDLY
An original radio play by Agatha Christie
Produced by Martyn C. Webster
Sir Luke Enderby, K C:
Lady Enderby (Marion):
A railway porter:
Vera Lynn '
Lizbeth Webb and Bruce Trent
The Dargie Quintet and Eric Barker
Harry Roy and his Band ,
(Harry Roy and his Band are appearing at the Gargoyle Club, London)
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