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5.20 'Nobby Clark and the Hurricane ' : another naval yam by Horton Giddy, with Frederick Burtwell as Nobby, and Barbara Couper as Lady Whipple, supported by Jenny Simpson , Philip Wade , Carleton Hobbs , and Sydney Tafler
5.50 ' Letters in the Sand', by Laurens Sargent : No. 6— ' Zayin '

Contributors

Unknown:
Nobby Clark
Unknown:
Frederick Burtwell
Unknown:
Barbara Couper
Unknown:
Jenny Simpson
Unknown:
Philip Wade
Unknown:
Carleton Hobbs
Unknown:
Laurens Sargent

Play for broadcasting by Phyllis Austin. Produced by Val Gielgud

Contributors

Broadcasting By:
Phyllis Austin.
Produced By:
Val Gielgud
Narrator:
Laidman Browne
Two German sentries:
Richard Williams
Two German sentries:
Alexander Samer
Kahnski:
Marcus Barron
Stephan:
Bernard Rebel
Titus:
Cyril Gardiner
Georges Sand:
Rita Vale
Chopin:
James McKcchnie
Pianist:
John Wills

' Schwanda, the Bagpiper ' by Weinberger
'Boris Codunov ' by Mussorgsky
* Tosca ' by Puccini
Narrator, Dennis Arundell
BBC Theatre Chorus and BBC Theatre Orchestra : conductor, Stanford Robinson. Music selected by Mark H. Lubbock

Contributors

Unknown:
Boris Codunov
Narrator:
Dennis Arundell
Conductor:
Stanford Robinson.
Unknown:
Mark H. Lubbock
Schwanda:
Anion Young
Dorota:
Victoria Sladen
Babinsky:
Henry Wendon
The Ice Queen:
Mary Jarred
The Magician:
Ronald Stear
Boris Godunov:
Ronald Stear
Pimen:
Kenneth Ellis
Grigori:
Henry Wendon
Feodor:
Doris Gambell
Xenia:
Victoria Sladen
The Nurse:
Mary Jarred
Tosca:
Gaby Valle
Mario Cavaradossi:
Henry Wendon
Shepherd Boy:
Doris Gambell
Sciarrone:
Ronald Stear
Gaoler:
Kenneth Ellis

Charles Maxwell , with the aid of gramophone records, introduces an all-star entertainment with Kenny Baker , Jane Carr , and Flotsam and Jetsam, and dancing to Paul White -man and his Swinging Strings

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Maxwell
Unknown:
Kenny Baker
Unknown:
Jane Carr
Unknown:
Paul White

BBC Home Service Basic

About BBC Home Service

BBC Home Service is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 1st September 1939 and ended on the 29th September 1967.

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