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by R. C. SHERRIFF with Joyce Barbour as Miss Mabel
Miss Mabel was as sweet and kind as her sister was mean and bad-tempered. So it was a surprise to all who knew them when the sister's will turned out to be as generous as Miss Mabel herself could have wished.
Saturday's recorded broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Joyce Barbour

Advice and entertainment for retired and older people and a meeting-place on the air for those concerned for their welfare
An Eye on the Time: Gwenda Hollander resolves to leave her watch behind
A Peep Into the Past: Jack Overhill remembers an expedition to his father's birthplace
Presented by John Dunn

Contributors

Unknown:
Gwenda Hollander
Unknown:
Jack Overhill
Presented By:
John Dunn

JUNIOR TIME
A programme for the fives to eights
Badger's Beech
An adventure of The Deep Woodlanders by Elleston Trevor
4: Badger's Gold
Produced by Trevor Hill
5.15 MOSTLY JAZZ
The Apex Group
Introduced bv their leader Frank Short (bass)
Pauline Beard (vocalist) Colin York (guitarist)
Alan Crawley (guitarist) John Lever (drums)
Produced by Shirley Franklin
5.30 Q AND A
A new personal information service to answer your questions and help you with your problems
Edited by Adrian Thomas
6.60 Presenting This Week
Review of forthcoming programmes

Contributors

Unknown:
Elleston Trevor
Produced By:
Trevor Hill
Bass:
Frank Short
Bass:
Pauline Beard
Guitarist:
Colin York
Guitarist:
Alan Crawley
Guitarist:
John Lever
Produced By:
Shirley Franklin
Edited By:
Adrian Thomas
Old Stripe, the badger:
Leonard Williams
Potter, the otter:
Norman Somers
Woo Owl:
Tom Harrison
Digger Mole:
Herbert Smith
Ancient Stripe:
Graham Tennant

by JEAN MORRIS
Part 1
The Prize in That Race
The story of how the Athenians voted to enslave the whole population of their revolted colony of Mitylene, subsequently changed their minds, and how the future of this island city depended upon the exertions of the crew of the galley carrying revised orders to Paches, the Athenian Commander.
A Mitylenian family:
Production by VAL GIELGUD

Contributors

Unknown:
Jean Morris
Production By:
Val Gielgud
A young girl:
Penelope Lee
Her mother:
Diana Olsson
Her grandfather:
Edgar Norfolk
Her brother:
Nigel Anthony
Paches the Athenian Commander in Mitylene:
Hugh Manning
Three of his staff: Tisias:
Godfrey Kenton
Three of his staff: Agathon:
Philip Leaver
Three of his staff: Cleisthenes:
Nicholas Edmett
Members of the Mitylenian Council: Charicles the President:
Norman Claridge
Members of the Mitylenian Council: Bythallos his brother:
Kenneth Dight
Members of the Mitylenian Council: Ismenos, his son:
Jon Rollason
Members of the Mitylenian Council: Hermon:
David Bird
Members of the Mitylenian Council: Pedaritus:
Wilfred Babbage
Members of the Athenian Assembly: The President:
Geoffrey Staines
Members of the Athenian Assembly: Cleon:
Julian Somers
Members of the Athenian Assembly: Diodotus:
Philip Morant
Members of the Athenian Assembly: Chaereas:
Charles Simon
Members of the Athenian Assembly: Nicanor:
Peter Claughton
Aminias, Master of Eirene:
John Bryning
Aristagoras, Master of Kallinike:
Derek Birch
An Athenian Herald:
David Bird

Haydn
Piano Sonata in E minor Haydn Society No. 34
Piano Sonata in B minor
Haydn Society No. 32 played by Nina Milkina
The programme also includes Mozart's Minuet in D (K.356)
Fourth of five weekly recitals including piano music by Haydn

Contributors

Played By:
Nina Milkina

BBC Home Service Basic

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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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