Listeners in Liverpool who would like to drop in to Pete Murray 's Open House today. should make their way to the Everyman Theatre, Hope Street. There are a limited number of seats so that if you cannot stay for the whole programme perhaps you would just like to drop in and see how it's going. It is, after all, ' Open House.'
Producers JOHN BILLINGHAM and COLIN CHANDLER
(Your requests, on postcards please, to ' Open House,' BBC, London W1A 1AA)
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
A Favourite Plant: ARTHUR BILLETT recommends the pansy Ski-Fever: PAMELA MILSOM and TONY ASPLER
Reading your Letters
Confrontation on Retailing: CHARLES HAWES , Managing Director of a large department store, faces a panel of housewives
JOHN HOLLIS reads
The African Queen by c. S. FORESTER (7)
Don Davis invites listeners by telephone to join in the national game of naming the tune Prizes for all who know their music
Devised by DON DAVIS
Producer JOHN SIMMONDS
(If you would like to play this game, send a postcard giving your name, address and telephone number to ' Beat the Record,'BBC. London W1A 1AA)
June Bronhill and Walter Cassel Introduced by Kenneth Alwyn conducting the BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA Producer FRANK HOOPER
(BBC World Service production) (Walter Cassel is in 'The Great Waltz ' at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London)
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