Six programmes by CHARLES CHILTON starring
3: The Silver Strangers 'The two strange figures drifted over from their ship to ours - they were heading for the main outside air lock....'
(Repeated: Easter Monday)
recalling the ballads of yesterday, and the much-loved artists who sang them, including music by Webster Booth (top), Ann Zeigler and Peter Dawson
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