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from the Regions
Introduced today from Bristol by DAPHNE HUBBARD
A man, his birds and his islands: RONALD LOCKLEY talks to Jan Leeming
Globe-trotting welfare worker
VIOLA WILLIAMS talks to BRENDA Hamilton
Away from crowds and candy floss: BILL BEST HARRIS
Baby for sale!
VALERIE GOVAN
Unaccustomed as I am
Some views on public speaking from MARJORIE HICKLING OLGA WARREN
THE ARCHDEACON OF BATH and BRIAN BAILEY
Sports for the mentally handicapped
CHRISTINE GREY talks to Ross SALMON
BARBARA MITCHELL reads Below Stairs by MARGARET POWELL
Fifth of ten Instalments

Contributors

Unknown:
Daphne Hubbard
Talks:
Ronald Lockley
Unknown:
Jan Leeming
Unknown:
Valerie Govan
Unknown:
Marjorie Hickling
Unknown:
Olga Warren
Unknown:
Brian Bailey
Unknown:
Ross Salmon
Unknown:
Barbara Mitchell
Unknown:
Margaret Powell

This week:
Robin Richmond introduces the organ styles of DOUGLAS REEVE
(The Dome, Brighton) HUBERT SELBY
(The Odeon, Manchester)
Nigel Watkin and news and views of the theatre organ world

Contributors

Introduces:
Robin Richmond
Unknown:
Douglas Reeve
Unknown:
Hubert Selby
Unknown:
Nigel Watkin

By R. D. Wingfield with Deryck Guyler as Davenport, George Benson as Desmond. Davenport and Desmond have been warring with each other for thirty-five years at Webster and Co. Only when they are summarily dismissed do they discover the advantage of working together. It can prove very profitable
Produced by Glyn Dearman

Contributors

Writer:
R. D. Wingfield
Producer:
Glyn Dearman
Roberts:
Garard Green
Hewitt:
Peter Tuddenham
Brian:
Nigel Lambert
Davenport:
Deryck Guyler
Jackson:
Alan Downer
Desmond:
George Benson
Fawcett:
David Spenser
Janet:
Madi Hedd
Mrs Harris:
Kathleen Helme
Flo:
Hilda Kriskman
West:
Alan Cotter
Bank manager:
Charles Simon

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