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The World in Peril!
A 20-part re-run of the 50s science-fiction serial.
Part 18.
Other parts played by David Jacobs and John Cazabon. Music composed and conducted by Van Phillips. Producer Charles Chilton (First broadcast in 1956)

Contributors

Played By:
David Jacobs
Played By:
John Cazabon.
Conducted By:
Van Phillips.
Producer:
Charles Chilton
Jet Morgan:
Andrew Faulds
Lemmy Barnet:
Alfie Bass
Doc Mathews:
Guy Kingsley Poynter
Stephen Mitchell:
Don Sharp

live from the Hippodrome, Golders Green, London. Andrew Greenwood conducts the BBC Concert
Orchestra. Singers:
Jane Stoggles , Terence Sharpe , and the Ambrosian
Singers, directed by John McCarthy. With Tony
Arnopp (alto saxophone). Introduced by Robin Boyle.
Producer Alan Boyd

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew Greenwood
Singers:
Jane Stoggles
Singers:
Terence Sharpe
Directed By:
John McCarthy.
Introduced By:
Robin Boyle.
Producer:
Alan Boyd

In the last of this series,
Malcolm Taylor explores the work of folk song collectors and asks whether tradition still survives. With the help of Suffolk collector
John Howson. Producer Alex West

Contributors

Unknown:
Malcolm Taylor
Unknown:
John Howson.
Producer:
Alex West

Presented from
Birmingham by Alan Titchmarsh and including a special feature on the opening of Ronnie Scott 's Jazz Club in Birmingham. With music from the Charlie Watts Quintet and Ronnie Scott 's own Sextet.
Producer David Corser

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown:
Ronnie Scott
Unknown:
Ronnie Scott
Producer:
David Corser

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