Written by ALAN DOWNER andJILL HYEM
Directed by ANTON GILL andPENNY LEICESTER
The buyer of No 1 Waggoners' Walk reveals his identity, and to his surprise thus sets in motion unforeseen complications. Milton Monk chooses a new editor for the Hampstead Herald.
(Harry Towb is a National Theatre player)
In this final programme, Arthur Askey looks back, looks ahead and sums up the Stanley Holloway story.
'At the end of it all, you'll probably come to the same conclusion I have, that there's almost nothing worth doing in the performing line that Stanley hasn't done, and done brilliantly.'
(ARTHUR ASKEY )
Written and researched by BENNY GREEN and MICHAEL MARSHALL
Series producer ALAN OWEN
Martin Dale invites you to join the audience at the BBC Variety Club in Manchester for an hour's cabaret starring
CFS Christie G Greg McKenzie PautShane
-with resident music man Chester Harriott and the VARIETY CLUB SHOWBAND conducted by BRIAN FITZGERALD
Producer MIKE CRAIG BBC Manchester
Cfs Christie G Greg
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