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What's in Store?: 2 - The Order of the Bar
by Robert Tronson and Hazel Adair.
[Starring] Bruce Gordon

The Appleyards: 6 - All At Sea
by David Edwards.
A family serial.

(to 17.50)

Contributors

Writer (What's in Store?):
Robert Tronson
Writer (What's in Store?):
Hazel Adair
Settings (What's in Store?/The Appleyards):
Michael Yates
Producer (What's in Store?/The Appleyards):
Kevin Sheldon
Oliver Watt:
Bruce Gordon
Miss Buttercup:
Joan Ingram
Mr. Porridge:
Fred Lake
Mr. Groat:
Paul MacHell
Sir Mortimer Wrench:
Jack Stewart
Brimstone:
Peter Claughton
Treacle:
James Bree
Writer (The Appleyards):
David Edwards
Mrs. Appleyard:
Constance Fraser
Mr. Appleyard:
Douglas Muir
Janet Appleyard:
Tessa Clarke
Tom Appleyard:
Derek Rowe
Margaret Appleyard:
Patricia Fryer
Ronnie Grant:
Robert Dickens

A thriller in six parts by Nigel Kneale.
[Starring] Reginald Tate and Isabel Dean

Contributors

Writer:
Nigel Kneale
Producer:
Rudolph Cartier
Settings:
Stewart Marshall
Professor Bernard Quatermass:
Reginald Tate
Judith Carroon:
Isabel Dean
John Paterson:
Hugh Kelly
Dr. Gordon Briscoe:
John Glen
Detective Inspector Lomax:
Ian Colin
Detective-Sergeant Best:
Frank Hawkins
James Fullalove:
Paul Whitsun-Jones
Of a Television Outside Broadcast Unit - Producer:
Tony van Bridge
Of a Television Outside Broadcast Unit - Commentator:
Neal Arden
Of a Television Outside Broadcast Unit - Secretary:
Josephine Crombie
Sir Vernon Dodds:
John Kidd
Cabinet Minister:
Keith Pyott

from the Scala, Southport.
(By arrangement with the Southport Corporation)
(Syd Seymour and his Madhatters are appearing at Butlin's Holiday Camp, Skegness; Billy Scott Coomber and Co. are at the Casino Theatre, Southport)

Contributors

Musicians:
Syd Seymour and his Madhatters
Singers:
Billy Scott Coomber and Co.

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