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Introduced by Olive Shapley
' What's Your Worry: Going to the Dentist.' Marian Cutler continues her discussion on some problems arising out of the National Health Service
' Visit to the United States': Ida Bass , a housewife and listener, describes her experiences this summer when she went to stay with her American pen-friend
' Where to Find Works of Art,' by Basil Taylor
'Hiking to Scotland,' by Trudi Voegtli , a Swiss girl who, with a Dutch companion, visited the Highland Games this summer
Serial: Wagstaff's England,' by Robert Greenwood. Abridged by Nest Bradney . Read by Norman Shelley

Contributors

Introduced By:
Olive Shapley
Unknown:
Marian Cutler
Unknown:
Ida Bass
Unknown:
Basil Taylor
Unknown:
Trudi Voegtli
Unknown:
Robert Greenwood.
Abridged By:
Nest Bradney
Read By:
Norman Shelley

A play by Gale Pedrick with music by Alan Paul
Other parts played by Bill Staughton , Margaret Vines , and Malcolm Hayes
Augmented Revue Orchestra
Conducted by Alan Paul with Tom Jenkins (violin) and Gwen Catley (soprano)
Production by. Martyn C. Webster

Contributors

Play By:
Gale Pedrick
Music By:
Alan Paul
Played By:
Bill Staughton
Played By:
Margaret Vines
Played By:
Malcolm Hayes
Conducted By:
Alan Paul
Violin:
Tom Jenkins
Violin:
Gwen Catley
Production By:
Martyn C. Webster
Kurt Spiegel:
Sebastian Shaw
Eva Bonner:
Catherine Campbell
Stanislaus Bonner:
Leon Quartermaine
Carl Jungheim:
Philip Cunningham
Todd:
Charles Leno
Maxie:
David Kossoff
Laporte:
Raf de la Torre
Lipinski:
Alastair Duncan
Kettle:
Allan McClelland
Brandt:
James Thompson
C S M Battle:
Richard Williams
Captain Quiller:
Martin Lewis
Mayer:
Arthur Ridley

'Murder Must Advertise' by Dorothy L. Sayers
Read by Alan Wheatley
12-' Tears, Idle Tears '
Lord Peter visits Mr. Tallboy's ' stockbroker ' and gives himself away. Major Milligan makes an unobtrusive exit. And Wimsey, safe in Parker's flat, hits on an ingenious association between a patent nerve tonic and cruder narcotics.

Contributors

Unknown:
Dorothy L. Sayers
Read By:
Alan Wheatley

Light Programme

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