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by Barre Lyndon ," adapted for broadcasting by Kenrik Hickson and Cynthia Pughe. Produced by Noel Iliff
followed by Interlude

Contributors

Unknown:
Barre Lyndon
Unknown:
Kenrik Hickson
Unknown:
Cynthia Pughe.
Produced By:
Noel Iliff
Nurse Ann:
Lucille Lisle
Dr Clitterhouse:
Valentine Dyall
Detective-Inspector Detective-Inspector Charles:
Laidman Browne
Benny Kellerman:
George Owen
' Pal ' Green:
David Kossoff
Daisy:
Belle Chrystall
Sergeant Bates:
Ernest Sefton
' Oakie ' ':
Alexander Sarner
' Badger ' Lee:
Frank Atkinson
Sir William Grant k c:
Eric Lugg

A new magazine programme: hobbies, fashion, true stories of adventure, popular science, queer characters, sport, flying, and the men behind the movies
This number includes: ' Taxis of the' Air.' a talk on 'Helicopters,' by Squadron-Leader Cable; ' Glamour returns to London': Lilian Hyder talks on the first London post-war fashion collection; 'Marking Time': Commander Gould, R.N., brings to the studio some of his interesting collection of watches and timepieces; The True Story of a ' Daughter of France,' by Colonel M. Buckmaster ; Macdonald Hastings in Low Company. Programme introduced by Peter Watson

Contributors

Talks:
Lilian Hyder
Unknown:
Colonel M. Buckmaster
Unknown:
MacDonald Hastings
Introduced By:
Peter Watson

Master of Ceremonies Clay Keyes.
Gladys Keyes as Martha, the village carrier; Susan Scott as Phoebe, the post-girl; and this week's famous
. visitor; Variety guest stars. Gaye and Nevard; ' Beautiful Memory 'Can You Beat the Band?'; Richard Gray , Olwen Brookes. Stanley Dale. Kenneth Morgan , and the Old Town Hall Orchestra and Chorus, under the direction of Stanley Black. Written and devised by Gladys and Clay Keyes , and produced by Tom Ronald

Contributors

Unknown:
Clay Keyes.
Unknown:
Gladys Keyes
Unknown:
Susan Scott
Unknown:
Richard Gray
Unknown:
Olwen Brookes.
Unknown:
Kenneth Morgan
Unknown:
Clay Keyes
Produced By:
Tom Ronald

Light Programme

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