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Sixty-ninth programme in the series presenting music from stage and film successes of the present and of the past, with Anne Ziegler and Webster Booth. Orchestrations supervised by Wally Wallond. The BBC Revue Chorus ; the augmented BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Charles Groves. Produced by John Watt and Henry Reed.


Anne Ziegler
Wally Wallond.
Conducted By:
Charles Groves.
Produced By:
John Watt
Produced By:
Henry Reed.

Saturday-night entertainment featuring famous stars of Variety, music, and drama. The Southern Sisters, Peter Brough, Esme Percy (by permission of Robert Donat), the Vincent Raff Trio, Nellie Wallace, and this week's £100 Red Cross Radio Contest introduced by Ronald Waldman, and produced by Audrey Cameron
Revue Chorus, and augmented BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Charles Groves. Producers, John Sharman and Harry S. Pepper. (BBC recording)


Peter Brough
Esme Percy
Vincent Raff Trio
Nellie Wallace
Introduced By:
Ronald Waldman
Produced By:
Audrey Cameron
Conducted By:
Charles Groves
John Sharman
Harry S. Pepper

(London and Bath). New play for radio by Monckton Hoffe , produced by Martyn C. Webster
Other parts played by Molly Rankin , Charles Maunsell. Freda Falconer , John Blythe , and Lester Mudditt


Monckton Hoffe
Produced By:
Martyn C. Webster
Played By:
Molly Rankin
Played By:
Charles Maunsell.
Played By:
Freda Falconer
Played By:
John Blythe
Played By:
Lester Mudditt
Monckton Hofte
Mr Bingham:
Ronald Simpson
Mr Lacy:
Robert Holmes
The Duchess of West Hartlepool:
Gladys Spencer
Colonel Wintersilver:
Milton Rosmer
Edwina, his daughter:
Grizelda Hervey
Sydney Tafler
Ferdy Fernando:
Richard Williams
Sir James Poltemore:
Malcolm Graeme
Lady Poltemore:
Courtney Hope
Ursula Poltemore:
Marjorie Westbury

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