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: WEATHER: NEWS

followed by MORNING MUSIC
PHIL TATE AND HIS MUSIC
The JUDD PROCTOR QUARTET
FRANK WEIR AND HIS MUSIC
THE KEITH Amos TRIO
MALCOLM LOCKYER AND
THE MONDAY SHOW BAND
BBC SCOTTISH VARIETY ORCHESTRA Conductor, JACK LEON and some cheerful tunes on record
Introduced by BRYAN MARTIN
Phil Tate is appearing at the Streatham Locarno, London; Frank Weir and his Music are at the Latin Quarter, London

Contributors

Music: Phil Tate
Unknown: Frank Weir
Unknown: Keith Amos Trio
Unknown: Malcolm Lockyer
Conductor: Jack Leon
Introduced By: Bryan Martin
Introduced By: Phil Tate
Unknown: Frank Weir

: FAMILY FARE

A record menu for all tastes
Introduced by JOHN WEBSTER

Contributors

Introduced By: John Webster

: METCAST

A visit to the London Weather Centre for a report on the latest weather position

: HOUSEWIVES' CHOICE

EDRIC CONNOR introduces your request records

: FIVE TO TEN

WYN CALVIN tells some stories with a moral
1: 'Be sure your sins ...'

Contributors

Unknown: Wyn Calvin

: SETTLE DOWN

for half an hour with ROG WHITTAKER
THE SWINGING STRINGS
Conducted by PAUL FENOULHET
Guests this week THE MESSENGERS
Produced by Ian Grant

Contributors

Unknown: Rog Whittaker
Conducted By: Paul Fenoulhet
Produced By: Ian Grant

: Music While You Work

George Scott-Wood and his Music

: MORNING STORY

' So Like my Sheila ' by DOROTHY L. GARRARD
Read by BRENDA BRUCE

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothy L. Garrard
Read By: Brenda Bruce

: THE DALES

Last Friday's broadcast

: SANDYMACPHERSON

with PETER MARTIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA and songs by MARY MAY
Produced by Rex Burrows

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Martin
Songs By: Mary May
Produced By: Rex Burrows

: MIDDAY SPIN

STEVE RACE Introduces some new records worth noting and some old ones worth remembering

: Monday with Mack

featuring
KEN MACKINTOSH AND HIS ORCHESTRA
SHIRLEY WESTERN
KENNY BARDELL
MICHAEL LONDON
DON LANG AND THE FRANTIC FIVE
Special guests THE HOLLIES
Introduced by Don Moss

(Ken Mackintosh and his Orchestra are appearing at the Hammersmith Palais, London)

Contributors

Presenter: Don Moss
Musicians: Ken Mackintosh and his Orchestra
Singer: Shirley Western
Unknown: Kenny Bardell
Unknown: Michael London
Musicians: Don Lang and the Frantic Five
Producer: Ron Belchier

: WOMAN'S HOUR

Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
Thinking of Winter Clothes?: three buyers, SYLVIA OWEN , MARGARET WALLACE , and EDITH COOKSON TAYLOR , talk about their new lines to JEAN ROOK , fashion editor of the Sun
Progress strictly limited: ROBERT FINCH on the hazards of organising school, dances
Escape Route: YVONNE MITCHELL believes in making the most of the here and now
Reading Your Letters tThe Population Explosion: 1-
How much should we worry about it? Some views on the implications of over-population
Under the Greenwood Tree THOMAS HARDY'S book abridged by Mary Treadgold read by PAUL ROGERS
First of twelve instalments
Paul Rogers is a member of The Royal Shakespeare Company; Yvonne Mitchell is in 'Ivanoff' at the New Theatre, Oxford

Contributors

Introduced By: Marjorie Anderson
Unknown: Sylvia Owen
Unknown: Margaret Wallace
Unknown: Edith Cookson Taylor
Unknown: Jean Rook
Unknown: Robert Finch
Unknown: Yvonne Mitchell
Abridged By: Mary Treadgold
Read By: Paul Rogers
Unknown: Paul Rogers
Unknown: Yvonne Mitchell

: VICTOR SILVESTER

† AND HIS BALLROOM ORCHESTRA

: MUSIC WHILE YOU WORK

† BILL SAVILL AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Savill

: THE DALES

Produced by JOHN RICHMOND and EILEEN CULLEN
Script by Rex Edwards
Repeated Tuesday, 11.15 a.m.
Things are looking pretty bad for David Owen. After a tour of inspection at Exton Tinplate, Mr. Welch-Smith has expressed dissatisfaction with David's work and has asked him to resign. David has reported Welch-Smith's dishonest practices to the Council and when he tells Bob and Bill Elliot they realise that this will have repercussions on Sidepark. Dr. and Mrs. Dale went down to Suffolk after a call from the local police; the mystery of the cottage ' 'ghost' has been cleared up, but Dr. Dale still has to face the bill for repairs.

Contributors

Produced By: John Richmond
Unknown: Eileen Cullen
Script By: Rex Edwards
Unknown: David Owen.
Unknown: Bill Elliot

: RACING RESULTS

: PLAYTIME

Records for the young
Introduced by Roy WILLIAMSON

Contributors

Introduced By: Roy Williamson

: Newly Pressed

Derek Johnson with tonight's batch of the latest L.P.s, E.P.s, and singles

Contributors

Presenter: Derek Johnson
Producer: Isabel Burdett

: ROUNDABOUT '65

Switch on the off-beat circuit with ROBIN BOYLE
THE DENNIS WILSON QUARTET Script by KEITH HARRISON
Produced by PETER DUNCAN and JACK DOBSON

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Boyle
Unknown: Dennis Wilson
Script By: Keith Harrison
Produced By: Peter Duncan
Produced By: Jack Dobson

: The Archers

Repeated Tuesday, 12.40 p.m. (Home)

Contributors

Produced By: Tony Shryane

: EMERY AT LARGE

starring Dick Emery
DERYCK GUYLER , NORMA RONALD
NAT TEMPLE AND HIS MUSIC and SUSAN BURELLE
Announcer, JOHN DUNN
Written by DAVID CUMMING
Produced by CHARLES CHILTON
Sunday's broadcast
Nat Temple in appearing at the Marine Spa, Torqauy

Contributors

Unknown: Dick Emery
Unknown: Deryck Guyler
Unknown: Norma Ronald
Announcer: John Dunn
Written By: David Cumming
Produced By: Charles Chilton

: RUNWAY TWO-EIGHT RIGHT

A series for radio in thirteen parts about London Airport and its people by Stephen Grenfell with Robert Hardy 1: Mission of Mercy
Produced by DAVID H. GODFREY

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Grenfell
Unknown: Robert Hardy
Produced By: David H. Godfrey
Richard Mallory: Robert Hardy
Johnnie Armstrong: Michael McClain
Susan Johnson: Elizabeth Proud
Dr Marion Whittaker: Betty Huntley-Wright
Sister Gray: Margot MacAlaster
Gordon: Nigel Anthony
Alec Gaunt: Allan McClelland
Dr Franz Heimer: Gordon Faith
Professor Paul Coronelli: Arthur Lawrence
Angela: Patricia Gallimore
Alison: Madi Hedo
Sir Derek Jackson: Hector Ross
Gerry Harmer: John Baddeley
Kiwi: Gordon Gardner
Dr Condon: John Boxer
London Director: Wilfrid Carter

: THE NEWS

and Sports Results

: MELODY HOUR

PETER YORKE
WITH his ORCHESTRA
GARY MILLER and WILLIAM DAVIES
Introduced by PETER LATHAM
Produced by Eric Ardon
Gary Miller is appearing at the Talk of the Town, London

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Yorke
Unknown: Gary Miller
Unknown: William Davies
Introduced By: Peter Latham
Produced By: Eric Ardon
Produced By: Gary Miller

: ALAN DELL

invites you to keep a Date with a Disc
Produced by Geoffrey Haydon

Contributors

Produced By: Geoffrey Haydon

: JAZZ CLUB

with ALAN ELSDON AND HIS JAZZ BAND
THE DAVE SHEPHERD BAND
Late Jazz
THE JOHNNY PARKER TRIO
Introduced by HUMPHREY LYTTELTON
Produced by Bryant Marriott

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Elsdon
Unknown: Johnny Parker
Introduced By: Humphrey Lyttelton
Produced By: Bryant Marriott

: AFTER MIDNIGHT

some swinging recordings for the late birds
With HAROLD ROGERS and musical assistance from
The TOMMY WHITTLE QUARTET and Jo SEARLE
Produced by STEVE ALLEN

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Rogers
Unknown: Tommy Whittle
Unknown: Jo Searle
Produced By: Steve Allen

: NEWS SUMMARY

and Weather Forecast

: Closedown









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