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A Desert Sanatorium: Judith Tarleton talks about her experiences of nursing in Pakistan
Reading Your Letters: the weekly programme contributed by listeners
Through the Stages: Adventure and Experiment. The tenth in a series of talks on child psychology by Gwendolen Chesters
Mainly for Cooks: Ruth Drew talking about new books of interest to the housewife
Serial: 'Village School' by ' Miss Read '
(to be read in ten instalments)
Abridged by Mollie Field
Read by Jane Fergus
6—' Miss Clare's Birthday '
Programme introduced by Marjorie Anderson


Gwendolen Chesters
Ruth Drew
Abridged By:
Mollie Field
Read By:
Jane Fergus
Introduced By:
Marjorie Anderson

A programme for family listening presented by members of the Younger Generation
Down to Earth
Young people spending their weekends exploring the ground under their feet:
Finding more about the past by digging on the site of a medieval manor at Northolt, Middlesex and Opening up a new entrance to a cave system in a Derbyshire Dale
Parade's reporters join them at work
It's Your Opinion
Parade Invites your personal opinion on a dramatised problem scene. Comments, on a postcard please, to Parade, BBC, London, W.l

'The World in Peril'
Part 11
Other parts played by David Jacobs and Pat Campbell Music composed and conducted by Van Phillips
Written and produced by Charles Chilton


Played By:
David Jacobs
Played By:
Pat Campbell
Conducted By:
Van Phillips
Produced By:
Charles Chilton
Jet Morgan:
Andrew Faulds
Lemmy Barnet:
Alfie Bass
Doc Mathews:
Guy Kingsley Poynter
Stephen Mitchell:
Don Sharp

Cyril Stapleton directs
The BBC Show Band starring:
Alfred Marks with The Stargazers, Harold Smart
Bert Weedon , Dennis Wilson
The Show Band Singers and Janie Marden
Script by Dick Vosburgh and Brad Ashton
Production by Johnnie Stewart


Cyril Stapleton
Alfred Marks
Harold Smart
Bert Weedon
Dennis Wilson
Janie Marden
Script By:
Dick Vosburgh
Script By:
Brad Ashton
Production By:
Johnnie Stewart

Light Programme

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