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Another programme of authentic music and dancing of Spain introduced by Pepe Estruch.
with Consuelo Carmona and Angelo Andes (dancers), Isabelita Alonso (singer),
David Blasco (singer), Mercedes Oliveira (piano), A. Alonso (guitar)

Contributors

Presenter:
Pepe Estruch
Dancer:
Consuelo Carmona
Dancer:
Angelo Andes
Singer:
Isabelita Alonso
Singer:
David Blasco
Pianist:
Mercedes Oliveira
Guitarist:
A. Alonso
The Orchestra conducted by:
Dennis Moonan
Devised by:
A. Ara
Producer:
Philip Bate

Introduced by Dick Bentley.
with Peter Glover (dancing around), Storr Brothers (comedy duo), Danuta Karell (soprano), Kenneth Jackson (magician), Harry Worth (ventriloquist), Milarnes (comedy balancing act), Vilma la Verne and Cyril Tyler (dancers).
Eric Robinson and his Orchestra

Contributors

Presenter:
Dick Bentley
Dancer:
Peter Glover
Comedians:
Storr Brothers
Soprano:
Danuta Karell
Magician:
Kenneth Jackson
Ventriloquist:
Harry Worth
Comedy balancing act:
null Milarnes
Dancer:
Vilma La Verne
Dancer:
Cyril Tyler
Musicians:
Eric Robinson and his Orchestra
Presented by:
Bill Ward

Viewers are invited to consider a plan for redesigning the Westminster Precinct, in which the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, and other notable buildings could be isolated from traffic congestion and thus gain quietness and beauty.
This plan, put forward by the Architectural Review, is described by the Research Editor, Leo de Syllas, A.R.I.B.A., with the help of models, film, and photographs.
In the studio a distinguished company, including the Dean of Westminster, the Acting Headmaster of Westminster School, and the Librarian of the House of Commons, comment on the scheme, which will be on exhibition at the Tate Gallery from March 9, and afterwards in the library of the House of Commons. The plan has been suggested as the National War Memorial.

Contributors

Presenter:
Leo de Syllas
Producer:
Mary Adams

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