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Jack Train introduces artists from the Midlands who are making their first appearance on television.
The Arden Singers (under the direction of William D.S. Bennett)
Allen Bromley, Kenneth Cooke and Olive Siddons, Sparti, Stanley Unwin, Monty Banks accompanied by Charles Smitton (electric organ) and Albert Webb (piano).
(Sutton Coldfield, Norwich and Alexandra Palace only)
(to 19.15)

Contributors

Presenter:
Jack Train
Singers:
The Arden Singers
[Singers] under the direction of:
William D.S. Bennett
Baritone:
Allen Bromley
Tenor:
Kenneth Cooke
Soprano:
Olive Siddons
Performer:
null Sparti
Comedian:
Stanley Unwin
Performer:
Monty Banks
Electric organist:
Charles Smitton
Pianist:
Albert Webb
Producer:
Barrie Edgar

Wilfred Pickles invites you to Ask Pickles for the things you would like to see on your television screen.
Special investigators, Pauline and Larry Forrester

Contributors

Presenter:
Wilfred Pickles
Orchestra director:
Eric Robinson
Special investigator:
Pauline Forrester
Special investigator:
Larry Forrester
Producer:
Brian Tesler

from H.M.S. Condor the Royal Naval Air Station at Arbroath.
Introduced by Teddy Johnson with Dave Willis assisted by Florence Hunter, Renee Houston, Pearl Carr, Andy Stewart, The Maurice Little Rhythm Quartet.
(The Maurice Little Rhythm Quartet is appearing at the George Hotel, Edinburgh)

Contributors

Presenter:
Teddy Johnson
Comedian:
Dave Willis
Performer:
Florence Hunter
Comedienne:
Renee Houston
Singer:
Pearl Carr
Singer:
Andy Stewart
Musicians:
The Maurice Little Rhythm Quartet
Director:
Noble M. Wilson
Producer:
Eddie Fraser

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