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Tai-Lu Talking
Another episode in the travels of a magic Siamese cat.
Told by Dorothy Gordon and Billy Thatcher.

The Marshall Brothers
Barry Marshall and Clive Marshall, who were recently voted the most popular teen-age act in the television presentation of The Carroll Levis Show.

Gordon Gets Going
[Starring] Bruce Gordon

Cricket
Brian Johnston gives a special commentary for children on the match between Worcestershire and the Australians, from the County Ground, Worcester.

Contributors

Devised by (Tai-Lu Talking):
Shelagh Fraser
Devised by (Tai-Lu Talking):
Billy Thatcher
Narrator (Tai-Lu Talking):
Dorothy Gordon
Narrator (Tai-Lu Talking):
Billy Thatcher
Illustrator (Tai-Lu Talking):
Janet Grahame-Johnstone
Illustrator (Tai-Lu Talking):
Anne Graham-Johnstone
Musical Comments (Tai-Lu Talking):
Geoffrey Wright
Performers:
The Marshall Brothers
[Actor] (Gordon Gets Going):
Bruce Gordon
Commentator (Cricket):
Brian Johnston

by Max Beerbohm.
The scene: The drawing-room of Tommy Dixon's London flat
The time: An evening before the first world war
See 'Television Diary' on page 15

Contributors

Author:
Max Beerbohm
Producer:
John Irving
Settings:
Frederick Knapman
Tommy Dixon:
Dan Cunningham
The Duchess of Huntington:
Marjorie Stewart
The Earl of Amersham:
Nicholas Hannen
The Countess of Amersham:
Audrey Fildes
Henry Robbins:
Peter Cushing
Hawkins:
Leslie Kyle

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More