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NORMAN TOZER with Saturday's Consumer Report - the weekend's best buys and the adventures of Superbuy and Astra, Radio 4's consumer cops.
7.55 medium only
Weather and programme news VHF Regional news and weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Norman Tozer

with Tony Lewis
From the world of sport and leisure - the highlights of the British Lions' tour in New Zealand .. .......the atmosphere on the final day of Wimbledon . T and the special flavour of Henley Royal Regatta.
A Radiio Sport and ob production
8.45 Today's Papers

Contributors

Unknown:
Tony Lewis

medium only
Margaret Howard presents her selection of extracts from BBC radio and television programmes during the past seven days. Producer ADRIANNE ALLEE

Contributors

Unknown:
Margaret Howard
Producer:
Adrianne Allee

medium only
Nigel Rees takes a weekly look at the press and talks to editors, journalists and their readers about what the newspapers print and why. Producer ANNE SLOMAN

Contributors

Unknown:
Nigel Rees
Producer:
Anne Sloman

A spontaneous discussion by Clive Jenkins
Lord Hailsham of St Marylebone Patricia Hewitt. Robert Moss
Chairman David Jacobs from Cheshire
Producer MICHAEL BOWEN

Contributors

Unknown:
Clive Jenkins
Unknown:
Patricia Hewitt.
Unknown:
Robert Moss
Unknown:
David Jacobs
Producer:
Michael Bowen

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A lively hour with Anne Gregg and Norman Tozer - sometimes in control of guests in the studio and reporters around the country.
ANNE MACNAMARA reads the European papers.
And NIGEL GRAHAM reads A Squirrel Forever by DOUGLAS FAIRBAIRN (2) Produced by the Woman's Hour Unit

Contributors

Unknown:
Anne Gregg
Unknown:
Norman Tozer
Unknown:
Nigel Graham

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One Possessed
A comedy of the supernatural by DAVID CAMPTON
* I must say, if Olive Brent were homicidally inclined, you're all giving her the perfect alibi. Whatever she does now, she can plead that it wasn't her. Whatever took possession did it.'
Directed by ROGER PINE BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown:
David Campton
Directed By:
Roger Pine
Mrs Evans:
Anne Jameson
Mrs Harrison:
Margot Boyd
Mr Ney:
George Woolley
Mr Perrin:
Philip Garston-Jones
Mrs Steele:
Peggy Ashby
Miss Brent:
Nancy Gower

The Resurrectionist
A play for radio by DAVID BUCK
A West Country village of 100 years ago is terronised by the arrival of one with awesome powers: divine, or satanic....
Directed by BRIAN MILLER
BBC Bristol (Rptd: Mon 3.5)

Contributors

Unknown:
David Buck
Directed By:
Brian Miller
Stanton:
John Abineri
Alice:
Madeline Smith
Timson:
David Buck
Tench:
Barry Jackson
Meg:
June Barrie
William:
Gavin Campbell
Joshua:
Ray Handy
Ned worth:
Malcolm Gerard
Smee:
Michael Tudor Barnes
Harkness:
Paul Seed
Turvey:
Gavin Campbell
Benskin:
Ray Handy
Apps:
Alan Moore
Jenner:
Brian Jackson

A panorama of British India recorded by some of those who lived there.
' I think that More Plain Tales from the Raj surpassed its predecessor; indeed Spike Milligan's description of the Indian
Armistice Day Parade was one of the most vivid things I have ever heard.'
(DAVID WADE The Times)
1: The North-West Frontier
Speakers: SIR OLAF CAROE , LT-GEN SIR REGINALD SAVORY, BRIG F. J. DILLON , COL ;
W. H. CRICHTON , MRS EDITH DIXON ,
STEPHEN BENTLEY , E. BROWN ,
H. T. WICKHAM , SIR JOHN COTTON ,
MRS IRENE M. EDWARDS , MRS A. LEE ,
SIR PERCIVAL GRIFFITHS , JOHN ROWE , CAPT J. COATMAN, LT-COL L. P. LE MARCHAND and FIELD-
MARSHAL SIR CLAUDE AUCHINLECK Presented by Evan Charlton
Field recording by CHARLES ALLEN Composed and produced by MICHAEL MASON

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Olaf Caroe
Unknown:
Brig F. J. Dillon
Unknown:
W. H. Crichton
Unknown:
Mrs Edith Dixon
Unknown:
Stephen Bentley
Unknown:
E. Brown
Unknown:
H. T. Wickham
Unknown:
Sir John Cotton
Unknown:
Mrs Irene M. Edwards
Unknown:
Mrs A. Lee
Unknown:
Sir Percival Griffiths
Unknown:
John Rowe
Unknown:
Lt-Col L. P. Le Marchand
Unknown:
Sir Claude Auchinleck
Presented By:
Evan Charlton
Unknown:
Charles Allen
Produced By:
Michael Mason

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More