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says Welcome Back at a public performance
The days they remember best: The competition winners read their entries
Music with a smile: Presented by Dobson and Young
Take it to the Top: Members of the audience put complaints to a forum of experts
Looking at you Critically: Ailsa Garland invites votunteers from the hall
' Here We Are '; Peggy Hassard and Arthur Hill read Dorothy Parker's short story
Compères, Jean Metcalfe and Marjorie Anderson

Contributors

Unknown:
Jean Metcalfe
Unknown:
Marjorie Anderson

The novel by James Fenimore Cooper adapted in six parts by John Keir Cross
Production by R. D. Smith
2—' Le Renard '
Cast in order of speaking:
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Cora and Alice, having climbed the waterfall, now settle down with their faithful Indians to await the attack. The singing preacher is the first casualty.

Contributors

Novel By:
James Fenimore Cooper
Unknown:
John Keir Cross
Production By:
R. D. Smith
Hawkeye:
John Phillips
Cora Munro:
Nicolette Bernard
Chingachgook:
Stephen Jack
Uncas:
Manning Wilson
Major Duncan Heyward:
Howard Marion-Crawford
Alice Munro:
Betty Linton
David Gamut:
George Hagan
Magua:
Malcolm Hayes
Sentry:
Oliver Burt

Cyril Stapleton directs The BBC Show Band
Alfred Marks does his best to misdirect it
Rikki Fulton makes the introductions including a special welcome to:
David Hughes, The Stargazers, Harold Smart, Bert Weedon, Dennis Wilson
The Show Band Singers and Janie Marden
Script by Dick Vosburgh, Jack Bentley, and Bill Kellie
Production by Johnnie Stewart

Contributors

Unknown:
Cyril Stapleton
Unknown:
Alfred Marks
Unknown:
Rikki Fulton
Unknown:
David Hughes
Unknown:
Harold Smart
Unknown:
Bert Weedon
Unknown:
Dennis Wilson
Unknown:
Janie Marden
Unknown:
Dick Vosburgh
Unknown:
Jack Bentley
Unknown:
Bill Kellie
Production By:
Johnnie Stewart

Light Programme

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About this data

This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More