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A new magazine programme with Peter Butterworth, Colin Douglas, Peter Akister, Alfred Leutscher, Peter Hawkins and Porterhouse.
(Colin Douglas is appearing at 'The Hollow' at the Ambassadors' Theatre, London)
(to 18.00)

Contributors

Devised by:
John Glyn-Jones
Devised by/producer:
Michael Westmore
Script:
Robert Tronson
Script:
Hazel Adair
The Boss:
Peter Butterworth
Chief Inspector Bourne:
Colin Douglas
Musician:
Peter Akister
Performer:
Alfred Leutscher
Porterhouse:
Peter Hawkins

by Arthur Conan Doyle.
Adapted by C. A. Lejeune.
[Starring] Alan Wheatley as Sherlock Holmes
Next week: 'The Dying Detective'

Contributors

Author:
Arthur Conan Doyle
Adapted by:
C. A. Lejeune
Settings:
James Bould
Producer:
Ian Atkins
Sherlock Holmes:
Alan Wheatley
Dr. Watson:
Raymond Francis
The King of Bohemia:
Alan Judd
Irene Adler:
Olga Edwards
Godfrey Norton:
John Stevens
Mrs. Hudson:
Iris Vandeleur
Housekeeper:
Betty Turner
Old cabby:
Michael Raghan
Young cabby:
Donald Kemp
Ostler:
Meadows White
Ostler:
John Fitzgerald
Ostler:
Vernon Gibb
Others taking part:
Pamela Barnard
Others taking part:
Antony Beaumont
Others taking part:
John Boddington
Others taking part:
Eric Dodson
Others taking part:
Alexis Milne
Others taking part:
Florence Viner
Others taking part:
Donald Whittle

Here come Jimmy Jewel and Ben Warriss in sixty minutes of express entertainment
With Charlie Cairoli and Paul, Evie and Joe Slack, Benson Dulay and Company, Faye Lenore and the company.
From the Bedford Theatre, London

Contributors

Comedian/Script:
Jimmy Jewel
Comedian:
Ben Warriss
Clowns:
Charlie Cairoli and Paul
Performers:
Evie and Joe Slack
Magic act:
Benson Dulay and Company
Performers:
Faye Lenore and Company
Script:
Ronnie Hanbury
Dances arranged by:
George Carden
Orchestra directed by:
Eric Robinson
Producer:
Michael Mills

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