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Memory Man
Can you defeat Leslie Welch on any question about History, Geography, and Sport? He answers impromptu and any viewer who 'stumps' him will be sent one pound's worth of savings stamps.

It's Your Money They're After
by Robert Barr and Percy Hoskins.
A programme written in co-operation with Scotland Yard to explain some of the new and ingenious frauds that have recently been worked on the unwary.

Time for Music
Our evening's musical guest.

Out of the Hat
The great Masoni shows you the easy way to simple magic.

A celebrity comes along to talk about his unusual hobby.

Madame, I Have No Idea
[Starring] Richard Hearne

All correspondence in connection with this programme should be addressed to 'Kaleidoscope', [address removed]


McDonald Hobley
Editor and producer:
Stephen McCormack
Memory Man:
Leslie Welch
Writer (It's Your Money They're After):
Robert Barr
Writer (It's Your Money They're After):
Percy Hoskins
Magician (Out of the Hat):
null Masoni
Comedian (Madame, I Have No Idea):
Richard Hearne

[Starring] Alicia Markova and Anton Dolin
Supporting Artists: Noreen Lee, Anna Lendrum, Vorie Mylchrest, Maureen Power, Patricia Vaugn, Audrey Long, Edward Elders, John Regan
The programme includes:
"Chopiniana", "Danses Slaves et Russes", excerpts from "Casse-Noisette" and Two short orchestral interludes
The Ballet Orchestra
(Leader, Raymond Cohen)
Conducted by Eric Robinson
The item "Danses Slaves et Russes" is specially arranged by John Regan
(Alicia Markova and Anton Dolin appear by arrangement with the General Administrator of the Covent Garden Opera Trust)


Alicia Markova
Anton Dolin
Noreen Lee
Anna Lendrum
Vorie Mylchrest
Maureen Power
Patricia Vaugn
Audrey Long
Edward Elders
John Regan
The Ballet Orchestra
Orchestra leader:
Raymond Cohen
Orchestra conducted by:
Eric Robinson
"Danses Slaves et Russes" specially arranged by:
John Regan
Presented by:
Philip Bate

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