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from a canteen in Derby
with Joan Hinde, Bob Andrews, Bob and Alf Pearson, Eddie Arnold
Harry Engleman (piano) Vic Mortiboys (bass) Bob Mansell (drums)
Introduced by Philip Garston-Jones
Produced by Richard Maddock


Joan Hinde
Bob Andrews
Alf Pearson
Eddie Arnold
Harry Engleman
Vic Mortiboys
Bob Mansell
Introduced By:
Philip Garston-Jones
Produced By:
Richard Maddock

STORIES AND RMYMES. ' Charlotte's Web': a a three-part serial from the book by E. B. White. Part 1. (BBC recording)
2.20 SENIOR ENGLISH II. ' Boney was a Warrior': songs and poems about the wars against Napoleon. Script by Sam Langdon
2.46 EARLY STAGES IN FRENCH: A programme in simple French, in which it is hoped listeners will take an active part. Scdne: Devine ce que je t'apporte. Lucien gives his mother a pleasant surprise. Script by Sonia Windsor


Book By:
E. B. White.
Script By:
Sam Langdon

with Peter Sellers
Harry Secombe , Spike Milligan in ' The Terrible Blasting of Moreton's Bank '
Once again the vaults of an East-end Bank are broken open by the dreaded gelignite gang. This time a newly bored tunnel, running from the Bank's strong room to a mysterious string refinery on Wanstead Flats, leads Detective Inspector Seagoon into a ma7e of tangled clues. How can Fabian of the Yard be in two places at once? Why is Count Moriarty watching TV at midnight in his chicken-run? And what is Admiral Grytpype-thynne doing disguised as an Ilford dustman?
The Ray Ellington Quartet
Max Geldray
Orchestra conducted by Wally Stott
Announcer, Wallace Greenslade
Script by Spike Milligan and Eric Sykes
Production by Peter Eton


Peter Sellers
Harry Secombe
Spike Milligan
Conducted By:
Wally Stott
Wallace Greenslade
Script By:
Spike Milligan
Script By:
Eric Sykes
Production By:
Peter Eton

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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