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at Adelaide
A ball-by-ball commentary, on the last hour-and-a-half of play, by former New South Wales cricketers Hal Hooker and Alan McGilvray , with comments and summaries by former Test Players Victor Richardson and J. H. Fingleton (Australia) and A. E. R. Gilligan (England)

Contributors

Unknown:
Hal Hooker
Unknown:
Alan McGilvray
Unknown:
Victor Richardson
Unknown:
J. H. Fingleton
Unknown:
A. E. R. Gilligan

Omnibus edition of this week's adventures. Script by Geoffrey Webb. Serial edited and pro- - duced by Neil Tuson

Contributors

Script By:
Geoffrey Webb.
Duced By:
Neil Tuson
Dick Barton:
Noel Johnson
Snowey White:
John Mann
Jock Anderson:
Alex McCrindle
Jean Hunter:
Lorna Dermott
Betsy Horrock:
Courtney Hope
Sir Alexander Morton:
Philip Lennard
Aldo Weimer:
Arthur Bush
Miss Palmer:
Doone Beal
' Skeleton:
Alec Ross
Dufray:
Harold Ayer
Daniel O'Gory:
Harry Hutchinson
Annie O'Gory:
Vanessa Thornton
Betty:
Brenda Dunrich
Announcer:
Hamilton Humphreys

' Footprints in the Jungle'
A short story by Somerset Maugham, adapted for broadcasting by H. Oldfield Box
2.35 app. Richard Goolden in ' Mr. Twemlow's Tale' by A. W. Henderson
Plays produced by Noel Din *

Contributors

Unknown:
H. Oldfield Box
Unknown:
Richard Goolden
Unknown:
A. W. Henderson
Produced By:
Noel Din
Marlowe:
Laidman Browne
Gaze:
Raf De La Torre
Mrs Cartwright:
Peggy Williams
Mr Cartwright:
Eric Lugg
Dr Davis:
Graham Doody
Olive:
Anne Cullen
Police Sergeant:
Ernest Sefton
Mrs Davis:
Georgie Henschel
Tracy:
Charles Maunsell
Mr Twemlow:
Richard Goolden
Mrs Twemlow:
Lilian Warde
Bus conductor:
Raf de la Torre
First lift boy:
Roland Andrea
Second lift boy:
Anne Cullen
Yates:
Anthony Jacobs
Mr Wilson:
Graham Doody
Mr Prendergrast:
William Trent
Cabby:
Eric Lugg
Policeman:
Victor Fairley
Door man at Argenta Club:
Andrew Faulds
Mr Ross-Foster:
Raf de la Torre
Maid Joan:
Clement Scott
Narrator:
Laidman Browne

presents ' The Jewel and Warriss Show Boat of the Air '
With Jimmy Jewel and Ben Warriss , Benny Lee. Harry Moreny , Charmian Innes. the Song Pedlars, and the Show Boat Serenaders: conductor. Gaby Rogers. Script by E. A. Maguire and Ronnie Hanbury. Produced by George Inns. (BBC recording)

Contributors

Unknown:
Jimmy Jewel
Unknown:
Ben Warriss
Unknown:
Benny Lee.
Unknown:
Harry Moreny
Unknown:
Charmian Innes.
Conductor:
Gaby Rogers.
Script By:
E. A. Maguire
Script By:
Ronnie Hanbury.
Duced By:
George Inns.

Student songs, shanties, and community singing
Led by George Beggs and the Queen's Island Male Voice Choir: conductor, John Vine
A group of songs sung by Laelia Finneberg
At the piano, Frederick Stone Organist, E. H. Emery
Programme devised and conducted by Leslie Woodgate. From the Wellington Hall, Belfast

Contributors

Unknown:
George Beggs
Conductor:
John Vine
Sung By:
Laelia Finneberg
Organist:
E. H. Emery
Conducted By:
Leslie Woodgate.

Radio's new musical rendezvous. The Majestic Orchestra, directed by Reg. Leopold , with tonight's visiting artists, Irene Kohler (piano), and John Lewis (tenor). Introduced by Franklin Engel mann

Contributors

Directed By:
Reg. Leopold
Artists:
Irene Kohler
Artists:
John Lewis
Introduced By:
Franklin Engel

Lou Preager and his Orchestra
Incorporating "Write a Tune for £1,000": a revival of the popular song-writing competition. Introduced by Roy Rich, and presented by Mark White. From Hammersmith Palais de Danse, London

10.55 Jimmy Harris and his Band. From the Kingston Ballroom, Portsmouth

Contributors

Musicians:
Lou Preager and his Orchestra
Presenter:
Roy Rich
Presented By:
Mark White
Musicians:
Jimmy Harris and his Band

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