Introduced today by Daphne Hubbard from Bristol KEITH MICHELL, at Longleat House for an exhibition of costumes of The Six Wives of Henry VIII , finds time for a conversation with CAROLE STONE Seen but not Heard: BRUCE PARKER discovers an 18th-century Dr Spock
Down with a Colour Bar:
Reading your Letters FLORA ROBSON reads Sister Dora by JO MANTON (2).
From the Camden Theatre, London
Sidney Torch conducts the BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA ALAN MOORHOUSE and THE BOND STREET BRIGADE
Friday Night's Star Singers
RITA MORRIS and NEILSON TAYLOR THE NIGEL BROOKS SINGERS with WILLIAM DAVIS
Introduced by Eugene Fraser Producer ROBERT BOWMAN
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