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An entertainment for Forces overseas: Issy Bonn, Renee Houston and Donald Stewart, Morton Fraser, and excerpts from the Players Theatre 'Late Joys' with Leonard Sachs, Archie Harradine, Don Gemmel, Joan Sterndale Bennett, Hattie Jacques, Daphne Anderson, Richard Hart, Kay Newman, and Lyn Evans. At the piano, Betty Lawrence. BBC Revue Orchestra: conductor, Alan Crooks. Introduced by Lieutenant Charmian Sansom, C.W.A.C . Produced by Cecil Madden and Stephen Williams. From the stage of the Queensberry All-Services Club.

Contributors

Unknown:
Renee Houston
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Donald Stewart
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Morton Fraser
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Leonard Sachs
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Archie Harradine
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Don Gemmel
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Joan Sterndale Bennett
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Hattie Jacques
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Daphne Anderson
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Richard Hart
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Kay Newman
Unknown:
Lyn Evans
Piano:
Betty Lawrence.
Conductor:
Alan Crooks
Introduced By:
Lieutenant Charmian Sansom, C.W.A.C
Produced By:
Cecil Madden
Produced By:
Stephen Williams.

AU the fun of the fair on the air with Robb Wilton , Max ' Wall , PoHy Ward , Jack Train , Harold Berens , Benny Lee , Doris Nichols , Harry Lester and his Hayseeds, and the Debroy Somers Orchestra conducted by Bobby Howell. Guest artists, Helen Breen , and Clapham and Dwyer. Written by Max Kester and produced by Pat Dixon.

Contributors

Unknown:
Robb Wilton
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Max Wall
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Pohy Ward
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Jack Train
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Harold Berens
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Benny Lee
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Doris Nichols
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Harry Lester
Conducted By:
Bobby Howell.
Artists:
Helen Breen
Written By:
Max Kester
Produced By:
Pat Dixon.

General Forces Programme

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