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A Variety magazine.
Introduced by Humphrey Lestocq and interrupted by Mr. Turnip.
containing

Box of Tricks with Geoffrey Robinson

Sing Merrily, Sing! with Leslie Woodgate

Stranger from Space: 1 - Crash Landing

Hank Rides Again

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Devised and produced by:
Michael Westmore
Presenter:
Humphrey Lestocq
Puppeteer:
Joy Laurey
Script:
Peter Ling
Magician (Box of Tricks):
Geoffrey Robinson
Singer (Sing Merrily, Sing!):
Leslie Woodgate
Script (Stranger from Space):
Hazel Adair
Script (Stranger from Space):
Ronald Marriott
Ian Spencer (Stranger from Space):
Brian Smith
Bilaphodorus (Stranger from Space):
Michael Newell
Devised and drawn by (Hank Rides Again):
Francis Coudrill
Accompanist:
Steve Race
Animator:
Alfred Wurmser

by Arthur Conan Doyle.
Adapted by C.A. Lejeune.
[Starring] Alan Wheatley as Mr. Sherlock Holmes
(Next week: "A Scandal in Bohemia")
C.A. Lejeune writes on page 47

Contributors

Author:
Arthur Conan Doyle
Adapted by:
C.A. Lejeune
Settings:
James Bould
Producer:
Ian Atkins
Mr. Sherlock Holmes:
Alan Wheatley
Dr. Watson:
Raymond Francis
Inspector Lestrade:
Bill Owen
Colonel Moran:
Eric Maturin
Mrs. Hudson:
Iris Vandeleur
Tall thin man:
Clement Hamelin
Unimpressed onlooker:
Sam Kydd
First nursemaid:
Pamela Barnard
Second nursemaid:
Iris Williams
First errand boy:
Tony Burton
Second errand boy:
Eddie Sutch

Where your host Al Burnett introduces artists old and new including: Sue Carson, Freddie Sales, The Two Randows, The Three Monarchs, Audrey Wayne, Muriel Young, Audrey Smith, The Twelve Toppers.
The Rendezvous Orchestra Directed by Eric Robinson

Contributors

Presenter:
Al Burnett
Performer:
Sue Carson
Comedian:
Freddie Sales
Jugglers:
The Two Randows
Musicians:
The Three Monarchs
Performer:
Audrey Wayne
Performer:
Muriel Young
Performer:
Audrey Smith
Dancers:
The Twelve Toppers
Musicians:
The Rendezvous Orchestra
Orchestra directed by:
Eric Robinson
Dances arranger:
Leslie Roberts
Devised and produced by:
Richard Afton

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