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Ex-members of the Army v. Ex-members of the R.A.F.
Army Team: Colonel Bell, M.C.; Colonel Hill; Armanent Sergeant-Major John Simmonds , R.E.M.E. ; Warrant Officer G. H. A. Filmer ; Junior Commander Rounce, A.T.S.; Senior Commander Newbold. A.T.S.; R.A.F. Team: Wing Commander J. C. Rose. M.B.E.; Group Captain W. N. Cumming , O.B.E., D.F.C.; Flight Lieutenant L. Hunt: Squadron Leader J. Dennehey , D.F.C ; W.A.A.F. Section Officer A. E. W. Snow; W.A.A.F. Flight Sergeant 1. Mosscropp, B.E.M. Spelling-Master, Wynford Vaughan Thomas. Programme arranged and presented by Joan Clark .

Contributors

Unknown:
Major John Simmonds
Unknown:
G. H. A. Filmer
Unknown:
J. C. Rose.
Unknown:
Captain W. N. Cumming
Leader:
J. Dennehey
Presented By:
Joan Clark

"Worzel Gummidge" by Barbara Euphan Todd
Humans played by John Clark, Rosamond Barnes, Andrew Churchman, Sybil Arundale, and Molly Rankin. Scarecrows played by Philip Wade, Mabel Constanduros, Elaine Macnamara, Dora Gregory, and Billie Sinclair

Mary Hill interviews young competitors in a poster competition held in schools at Singapore.

Contributors

Author ("Worzel Gummidge"):
Barbara Euphan Todd
Producer ("Worzel Gummidge"):
May E. Jenkin
Human:
John Clark
Human:
Rosamond Barnes
Human:
Andrew Churchman
Human:
Sybil Arundale
Human:
Molly Rankin
Scarecrow:
Philip Wade
Scarecrow:
Mabel Constanduros
Scarecrow:
Elaine Macnamara
Scarecrow:
Dora Gregory
Scarecrow:
Billie Sinclair
Interviewer (poster competition):
Mary Hill

Harry Davidson and his Orchestra play old-time dance music and Arthur Copley entertains with old-time ballads. Script written and programme introduced by Patric Curwen. Master of Ceremonies, A. J. Latimer. Producer, Stanton Jefferies

Contributors

Unknown:
Harry Davidson
Unknown:
Arthur Copley
Introduced By:
Patric Curwen.
Unknown:
A. J. Latimer.
Producer:
Stanton Jefferies

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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