(Repeated: Tuesday 10.30 am) Errol Podmore has given up hope; Lynn has made arrangements for Matt's first weekend visit ' home '; the squatters, much to Mrs Tandy 's distress, have been evicted; and Mike Nash has decided to overlook Ken's journalistic blunder... Cast: page 60
'While Sam's on holiday, I'll be playing his kind of music. Heck, for RADIO TIMES I'm even prepared to try and took like him.' - it could cost a packet. Producer FRANCES LINE
Including at 5.45 Sports Desk
A game of voices and noises. Wnat's this? Who's that? Chairman Barry Took The teims
Peter Goodwright , Peter Hudson v Roger Kitter , David Jason
Piano impressions RONNIE PRICE Producer RICHARD WILLCOX
7.30 Cricket Scoreboard
The story of Eddie Condon
Guitarist, bandleader, wit. raconteur and distillers' friend. The kitchen was right behind the bandstand at Ryans. At some places on 52nd Street it loas hard to tell the difference between the kitchen and the washroom; I know of one washroom attendant who quit because of the odour from the kitchen. (EDDIE CONDON )
Humphrey Lyttelton continues the story of Eddie Condon 's days - and nights.
The second of two programmes. Written by PETER CLAYTON Producer STEVE ALLEN
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