Carols sung by THE LUTON CEYLON JUNIOR CHOIR, conducted by ARTHUR DAVIES
Christmas in Bethlehem
A Talk by ETHELDRED WADDY
THE Zoo MAN
Assisted by W. HOPGOOD , head keeper of the Lion House, who has just retired after 37 years service
by HECTOR STEWART and Roy MCLOUGHLIN
A New Radio Thriller
Produced by LANCE SIEVEKING
[Starring] Carol Goodner and Hartley Power
Place, London-West End
Idea, American gangsters come to London - so what?
And a large number of other people... such as Policemen, Bystanders, Voices, Male and Female Members of the Blue Moon Night Club, Night Officer, other American Crooks, and a Parrot
Played by: Arthur Gomez, Robert Tollast, Arthur Vivian, Allan Wade, Cecil Calvert, Beatrice Hurwitz, Adeline Hook, Judith Gick, Rosa Davis
'Men from the Other Side' will be repeated on Wednesday in the National programme at 9.35
Scar Kelly, a big-noise crook:
Gallacher, an Irish-American gangster:
Hank, an American gangster:
Sadie, a good girl at heart:
Ronny, a young Englishman:
Gype, a Cockney:
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