Introduced by TERESA MCGONAGLE
Answer and Comment
Bringing Help by Helicopter:
WINIFRED GUNN recalls ner famine relief work in Kenya tFacing Widowhood: one woman's story Retreat or Strip:
HOWARD GRIFFITHS visited an island Eden
Merry-Go-Round reports events on the lighter side
HUGH BURDEN reads
' The Heart of the Matter ' by GRAHAM GREENE
Fourth of fifteen instalments
A song-a-minute sequence of pops old and new with ROSE BRENNAN, VALERIE MASTERS KATHY KIRBY , VINCE HILL
MICHAEL REDWAY and today's guest, JOHNNY TOWERS
Musical chairs occupied by the RONNIE PRICE QUARTET
Musical associate, CLIFF ADAMS Produced by JOHN BROWELL
A chronicle of events aboard H.M.S. Troutbridge
Announcer, ROBIN BOYLE
Written by LAWRIE WYMAN Produced by ALASTAIR SCOTT JOHNSTON
Chief Petty Officer Pertwee:
Lieut. Murray, the No. 1:
Sub. Lieut. Phillips:
A B Johnson:
Lt -Commander Stanton:
Leading Seaman Goldstein:
Rear Admiral Ironbridge:
A spontaneous discussion by RALPH WIGHTMAN
JEREMY THORPE, M.P. ,
J. A. STODART, M.P.
Travelling Question-Master. FREDDY GRISEWOOD
Produced by MICHAEL BOWEN From the Wesley Hall , Delabole, Cornwall
Repeated on Tuesday at 1.10 (Home)
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From the stage of the Camden Theatre, London
SIDNEY TORCH conducts the BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA Leader, Arthur Leavins the voices of OLGA GWYNNE andGEOFFREY CHARD THE BOWMAN-HYDE
SINGERS and PLAYERS
Directed by ERIC WILSON-HYDE
BAND OF THE
ROYAL ARTILLERY (Woolwich) Conducted by Major S. V. HAYS, M.B.E. Director of Music
Introduced by Jimmy KINGSBURY Produced by ANDREW GOLD
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