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A daily programme of entertainment, information, and music for the woman at home
Today Joan Griffiths Introduces: ' Children at Play-the two to six-year-olds,' by Jo Guy ; Marguerite Patten on ' Filling the Store-cupboard Gordon Forsyth on ' Keeping Roses in Bloom'; and the current Serial story. ' One Pair of Hands.' by Monica Dickens , read by Nesta Sawyer

Contributors

Introduces:
Joan Griffiths
Unknown:
Jo Guy
Unknown:
Marguerite Patten
Unknown:
Gordon Forsyth
Unknown:
Monica Dickens
Read By:
Nesta Sawyer

A play by Ashley Dukes , from ' The Patriot,' by Alfred Neu mann. Adapted for broadcasting by Cynthia Pughe. Produced by Felix Felton

Contributors

Play By:
Ashley Dukes
Unknown:
Alfred Neu
Broadcasting By:
Cynthia Pughe.
Produced By:
Felix Felton
Count Pahlen:
D A Clarke-Smith
Ivan:
Adrian Waller
Anna Baroness Ostermann:
Rita Vale
The Chancellor:
Arthur Ridley
The Adjutant:
Andrew Faulds
The Chamberlain:
Alexander Sarner
A Staff Captain:
Anthony Jacobs
Stepan:
Torin Thatcher
Paul I:
Robert Farquharson
Alexander, the Tsarevich:
David King-Wood
The English doctor:
Adrian Waller
Count Valerian Suboff:
Graham Doody
General Talysin:
Eddy Reed
The singer:
Alexis Chesnakov

Contrasts in Dance Music-19
Teddy Foster and his Orchestra and Chappie D'Amato and his Dance Orchestra
In a hit-parade of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Programme introduced by Alan Clarke. Presented by Tawny Neilson and Mark White

Contributors

Unknown:
Teddy Foster
Unknown:
Chappie D'Amato
Duced By:
Alan Clarke.
Presented By:
Tawny Neilson
Presented By:
Mark White

based on the novel by F. L. Green. The Two Cities film produced and directed by Carol Reed. Music composed for the film by William Alwyn and played by the London Symphony Orchestra, directed by Muir Mathieson. Adapted for broadcasting by Gilbert Travers Thomas. Technical production by Frederick Bell , assisted by Amna Smith. Radio production by Hugh Stewart
Other parts played by Edward Lexy , Sidney MoncKton , Harry Fine. Roger Snowdon Thora Hird , Lionel Stevens , Brian Haines , Brian MacDermott , Stanley Groonie , Beryl Calder , Ann Miller , Vivienne Chatterton. Charles Leno. and Raf de la Torre

Contributors

Novel By:
F. L. Green.
Directed By:
Carol Reed.
Unknown:
William Alwyn
Directed By:
Muir Mathieson.
Unknown:
Gilbert Travers
Production By:
Frederick Bell
Assisted By:
Amna Smith.
Production By:
Hugh Stewart
Played By:
Edward Lexy
Played By:
Sidney Monckton
Played By:
Harry Fine.
Played By:
Roger Snowdon Thora Hird
Played By:
Lionel Stevens
Played By:
Brian Haines
Played By:
Brian MacDermott
Played By:
Stanley Groonie
Played By:
Beryl Calder
Unknown:
Ann Miller
Unknown:
Vivienne Chatterton.
Unknown:
Charles Leno.
Unknown:
Raf de la Torre
Johnny McQueen:
James McKechnie
Kathleen Sullivan:
Joyce Redman
Lukey:
Max Adrian
Rosie:
Joyce Carey
Father Tom:
Morland Graham
Teresa O'Brien:
Maire O'Neill
Shell:
Harry Hutchinson
Dennis:
Niall Maeginnis
Pat:
Roy Irving
Nolan:
Edward Byrne
Murphy:
Fred Johnson
Grannie:
May Carey
Tober:
Geoffrey Keen
Fencie:
Richard George

Harold Berens , Gladys Hay , and Michael Moore prove once again that there is no limit to human stupidity. The hapless Question-Master is Stewart MacPherson. The New Foulharmonic Orchestra is conducted by Mynheer Hal Evans. Producer, Pat Dixon

Contributors

Unknown:
Harold Berens
Unknown:
Gladys Hay
Unknown:
Michael Moore
Unknown:
Stewart MacPherson.
Conducted By:
Mynheer Hal
Unknown:
Pat Dixon

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