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There are 15,000 organised schoolboy railway locomotive 'spotters' in this country. This afternoon some of them are being shown the mysteries of the signalling system at Waterloo Station. A Mobile Television Unit is there, and viewers are invited to join them. Ian Allan (Spotter No. 1) and Bob Dougall are your guides.

Contributors

Guide:
Ian Allan
Guide:
Bob Dougall

with Humphrey Lestocq, Brian Reece, The Radio Revellers, The Bill Hall Trio, Bob Probst and Tony Fones, Pamela Deeming.
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Performer:
Humphrey Lestocq
Performer:
Brian Reece
Singers:
The Radio Revellers
Musical comedian (The Bill Hall Trio):
Bill Hall
Musical comedian (The Bill Hall Trio):
Spike Milligan
Musical comedian (The Bill Hall Trio):
Johnny Mulgrew
Performer:
Pamela Deeming
Music and lyrics/Pianist:
Bob Probst
Music and lyrics/Pianist:
Tony Fones
Extra lyrics:
Geoffrey Coop
Producer:
Walton Anderson
Doreen Arden:
Iris Tully
Sabina Gordon:
Doreen Catling
Brenda Ralston:
Lee Barratt

A musical comedy based on that memorable history by Sellar and Yeatman.
(Wallas Eaton is appearing by permission of Claude Soman; Wendy Brandon and Diana Benson of Emile Littler)

Contributors

Authors (original book):
Sellar and Yeatman
Book and lyrics:
Reginald Arkell
Music/Orchestra conducted by:
Alfred Reynolds
Player:
Charles Heslop
Player:
Eric Chitty
Player:
Cyril James
Player:
Frank Foster
Player:
Bill Stephens
Player:
Billie Baker
Player:
Christina Horniman
Player:
Gerald Nodin
Player:
Wallas Eaton
Player:
Richard Hurndall
Player:
Arthur Brander
Player:
Ronald Waters
Player:
Dennis Bowen
Player:
Donald Barclay
Player:
Barbara Nixon
Player:
Patricia Laffan
Dancer:
Wendy Brandon
Dancer:
Diana Benson
Dancer:
Irene Newland
Dancer:
Margaret Stewart
Dancer:
Valerie Renouf
Dance arranger:
Donald Journeaux
Setting:
Peter Bax
Producer:
Desmond Davis

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