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: Housewives' Choice

Introduced by Edmundo Ros

Contributors

Presenter: Edmundo Ros

: Five to Ten

A story, a hymn and a prayer

: AUSTIN RAYNER

at the BBC theatre organ
(Austin Rayner broadcasts by permission of Associated British Cinemas Ltd).

: Music While You Work

Frank Baron and his Sextet

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Baron

: The John White

(Footweark Band
Conductor, George Thompson

Contributors

Conductor: George Thompson

: CONCERT HOUR

Bamberg Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Robert Heger
Conducted by Hans Weisuach
Serenade N° 2. Op. 11. Giazunov
ConducLed by Leopold Ludwig
Conducted by Hans Weisbach
(Recordings)

Contributors

Conducted By: Hans Weisuach
Unknown: Leopold Ludwig
Conducted By: Hans Weisbach

: THE

ERIC DELANEY BAND with Dean Raymond

Contributors

Unknown: Dean Raymond

: ACCORDION ACADEMY

Peter Piccini ant the Jack Emolow Quartet with songs from Jan Rosol

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Piccini
Unknown: Jack Emolow
Unknown: Jan Rosol

: Music

While You Work
Band of the Royal Army Med.cal Corps
Conducted by Capt. L.D Brown

: Mrs. Dale's Diary

Repeated tomorrow at 11.0 a.m.

: JACK HELYER

at the BBC theatre organ

: Music From America

The Al Goodwin Orchestra
(Recordings made available by courtesy ot 'Voice of America')

: IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE?

asks Percy Cudlipp
Three doctors answer you questions
Guest of the panel this week:
E.J. King
Professor of Chemical Pathology at the University of London
(Postgraduate Medical School)

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Cudlipp

: REVIEW

Jennifer Brookes and Bernard Rudden compare first impressions of 'A Town Like Alice' with film critic Dilys PoweU
In the chair. Norma Ellia
.(BBO recording)

Contributors

Unknown: Jennifer Brookes
Unknown: Bernard Rudden
Unknown: Dilys Poweu
Unknown: Norma Ellia

: The Archers

(BBC recording)

: Wilfred Pickles in HAVE A GO !

visits " Guys" one of London's oldest and most famous hospitals
Repeated on Saturday at 12.25 (Home); Sunday at 11.0 a.m.
Light)

: The BBC Light Programme

presents
A FESTIVAL of DANCE MUSIC
The saxophones and the orchestras of Johnny Dankworth
Ken Mackintosh
The contrasting jazz of The Jack Parnell Orchestra and Chris Barber 's Jazz Band
Vocal stars:
Alma Cogan. Dickie Valentine
The Keynotes
Instrumental stars:
Eddie Calvert
Tommy Whittle The Laurie Johnson Strings
Rhythm with a Smile:
Ken Morris and Joan Savage
Master of Ceremonies.
Robin Boyle
From the Royal Albert Hall. London
Part 1
830 THE FIGHT GAME
A new series of dramatised stories of the careers of famous boxers
2-'The Jack Dempsey Story'
Storyteller.
Raymond Glendenning
Script by Tony Van den Berg

Contributors

Unknown: Johnny Dankworth
Unknown: Ken MacKintosh
Unknown: Chris Barber
Unknown: Alma Cogan.
Unknown: Eddie Calvert
Unknown: Tommy Whittle
Unknown: Laurie Johnson
Unknown: Ken Morris
Unknown: Robin Boyle
Unknown: Albert Hall.
Script By: Tony van Den Berg

: MUSIC KALEIDOSCOPE

Music of many moods played, by the Spa Orchestra
The Albert Delroy Trio
The Harlequins
Billy Mayerl Rhythm Ensemble

: A Book At Bedtime

'Mist Over Pendle' by Robert Neill
17-'Hand of Venom'

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Neill

: MELODY FOR LATE EVENING

Restful music from the Gaumont, Bournemouth played by Ronald Brickell (organ)
Harold C. Gee (violin) with Francis Pope (tenor)
(Harold C. Gee broadcasts by permission of the Royal Bath Hotel. Bournemouth)

Contributors

Played By: Ronald Brickell
Tenor: Francis Pope

: Highlights

of tomorrow's programmes








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