Bill Crozier enters that fantasy world and gives the characters who live in it their first chance to enjoy the films that made them famous
Today: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (part 2)
(Tomorrow, 1.30 pm: Pinocchio)
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
Guests of the Week: musicians Alan Price and Georgie Fame
Counting the Pennies: MOLLY WEIR considers what is, after Christmas, a topical subject
Scullery Maid in the 20s: ELLEN BOWLER talks to MORGAN
Of Future Concern-What kind of Press. Radio and Television?: ANTONY JAY and GILLIAN REYNOLDS discuss possible developments With VALERIE JENKINS Fenny by LETTICE COOPER abridged by JOHN HETHERINGTON read by Judy Parfitt
(First of 11 instalments)
(Serial music: extract from Rachmaninov's Symphony No 2, in E minor)
1500m only. VHF joins Radio 1 Simon Bates with music and news, film people, and your soundtrack requests, featuring THE ERIC GALLOWAY BIG BAND With JANIE MARDEN Producer TONY LUKE including Sports Desk at 10.15
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