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Radio version of the 20th Century-Fox film, starring Jeanne Crain , Dana Andrews , Dick Haymes , and Vivian Blane. Lyrics by Oscar Hammer
stein II , with music by Richard Rodgers. Radio adaptation by Rhoderick Walker. Produced by Tom Ronald
Radio cast
BBC Revue Chorus and the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Stanley Black, with special effects recorded by Sandy Macpherson on the theatre organ

Contributors

Unknown:
Jeanne Crain
Unknown:
Dana Andrews
Unknown:
Dick Haymes
Unknown:
Vivian Blane.
Unknown:
Oscar Hammer
Unknown:
Stein Ii
Music By:
Richard Rodgers.
Unknown:
Rhoderick Walker.
Produced By:
Tom Ronald
Unknown:
Sandy MacPherson
Wayne Frake:
Douglass Montgomery
Margy Frake:
Barbara Douglas
Abel Frake:
MacDonald Parke
Melissa Frake:
Gwen Day Burroughs
Emilv:
Dorothy Carless
Pat Gilbert:
Robert Beatty

An excerpt from ' Babes in the Wood,' presented by Emile Littler , with Dave and Joe O'Gorman , Joy Hayden , Con Kenna and Frank Pettitt , Bunty Barnett, the Harris Twins, Joan Davies , Jim and Mary Brent , Norman Mc-Glenn, Milly Jackson 's Girls, and the Bettv Fox Juveniles. Introduced by David Southwood. From the Hippodrome, Ardwick Green. Manchester

Contributors

Presented By:
Emile Littler
Presented By:
Joe O'Gorman
Unknown:
Joy Hayden
Unknown:
Con Kenna
Unknown:
Frank Pettitt
Unknown:
Joan Davies
Unknown:
Mary Brent
Unknown:
Milly Jackson
Introduced By:
David Southwood.

1—' Murder '
First of a new series written by Robert Barr and Percy Hoskins in co-operation with New Scotland Yard, telling how new scientific methods, unknown before the war, are used for your protection
The case is followed step by step, and an eminent pathologist and a member of the ' Big Five ' add a postscript to this wartime example of British murder Investigation. Produced by John Glyn-Jones

Contributors

Written By:
Robert Barr
Written By:
Percy Hoskins
Produced By:
John Glyn-Jones

Light Programme

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