A light-hearted springtime gambol through the week's events, starring the twinkling toes of Roy Hudd, pastel-coloured June Whitfield and white, fluffy Chris Emmett.
Music by 'sunny' PETER MOSS AND THE HUDDLINERS
Written by merry japesters MALCOLM WILLIAMSON, ALAN WHITING,. MIKE COLEMAN, PAUL B. DAVIES, PETER HICKEY, TONY HARE and MICHAEL DINES
Lyrical pastoral interludes by JEREMY BROWNE and RICHARD QUICK
Floral arrangements by DIRK MAGGS
(Repealed Saturday 1.00pm)
Richard Digance goes potty in Stoke-on-Trent with local comedy from Jabez and music from Ray Johnson and Bruce Haycock of Stoke Original Theatre. Written by RICHARD DIGANCE Additional material by STEVE BLACK. CHARLIE ADAMS Producer ANDY ALIFFE (R)
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