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Continuing the series of radio adaptations of the popular TV sitcom.
3: In Luton Airport No One Can Hear You Scream.
The Meldrews return from holiday
With Jon Glover , Ainslee Foster and Paul Rogan. Written and adapted by David Renwick Producer Diane Messias

Contributors

Unknown:
Jon Glover
Unknown:
Ainslee Foster
Unknown:
Paul Rogan.
Adapted By:
David Renwick
Producer:
Diane Messias
Victor Meldrew:
Richard Wilson
Margaret Meldrew:
Annette Crosbie
Mrs Warboys:
Doreen Mantle
Nick:
Owen Brenman

The monthly series in which Miles Kington reviews and recommends books about music. On tonight's agenda, blues to Beethoven as Bob Brunning talks about his new book Blues in Britain, and Richard Stilgoe casts a critical eye over several introductions to classical music.
Producer Dave Shannon

Contributors

Talks:
Bob Brunning
Talks:
Richard Stilgoe
Producer:
Dave Shannon

Ken Bruce introduces a short series of radio's best known and best loved comedy. This week, the first of four programmes of Round the Horne, originally recorded on 28 April 1965. Listen again to the characters brought to life by Kenneth Williams, Betty Marsden, Hugh Paddick and all.
Producer Barry Littlechild (Rpt)
Betty Marsden is the subject of this week's Comediennes: Thursday 7.00pm

Contributors

Introduces:
Ken Bruce
Unknown:
Kenneth Williams
Unknown:
Betty Marsden
Unknown:
Hugh Paddick
Producer:
Barry Littlechild

The Great Songs from the Golden Age of the Hollywood Musical
The first of three Saturday Galas hosted by Sheridan Morley , with the BBC Big Band, the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Michael Reed , and the Stephen Hill Singers , in a celebration of the classic movie musical.
Producer John Langridge

Contributors

Unknown:
Sheridan Morley
Conducted By:
Michael Reed
Unknown:
Stephen Hill Singers
Producer:
John Langridge

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