Written by JILL HYEM and ALAN DOWNER
Directed by ANTON GILL and PENNY LEICESTER
Problems of business and pleasure in Waggoners' Walk this week. Claire and Mike Nash discover the headaches involved in buying and selling property; the Priors discover how personal quarrels threaten their business concerns. But for Dickon at least one of his problems seems to be solved.
The Stanley Holloway story Arthur Askey , in the fifth of six programmes, recalls My Fair Lady
1 Jack L, Warner called me one day and said "Cary Grant ". I said He's a cockney, you can't have a cockney playing an English professor of phonetics." Three days later Warner called me and said " What about Rock Hudson? He's not a cockney." I said " Well, I know he's not. Neither is Charles Boyer but you can't have him either." '
(ALAN J. LERNER )
Written and researched by BENNY GREEN and MICHAEL MARSHALL Producer ALAN OWEN
Martin Date invites you to join the audience at the BBC Variety Club in Manchester for an hour's cabaret, starring
Ronnie Hilton , Tony Peers , Elaine Carole with resident music man Chester Harriott Special guest
Bill Waddington and the Variety Club Showband conducted by BRIAN FITZGERALD
Producer MIKE CRAIG
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