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including:
October Profile, introduced by Herbert Hunter.
A Librarian's Book List: John Wakeman recommends some books by American Negro writers
Looking at the News: a review of some of the happenings of the week
Who Wants Laurelsr: Jacqueline Cave-Bigley tells her experience of an American woman's gardening club
Serial: Framley Parsonage' by Anthony Trollope
Abridged by Donald Bancroft
Read by Gladys Young
10—' Acceptance and Refusal '
Programme introduced by Jean Metcalfe

Contributors

Introduced By:
Herbert Hunter.
Unknown:
John Wakeman
Unknown:
Jacqueline Cave-Bigley
Unknown:
Anthony Trollope
Abridged By:
Donald Bancroft
Read By:
Gladys Young
Introduced By:
Jean Metcalfe

The story of a Pantomime Dame by Jeffrey Segal
'There is something about Courtenay Hill tonight. He doesn't seem to belong to the ordinary workaday theatre that we know. He belongs to the theatre seen through the eyes of a child.'
Bus driver Jeffrey Segal
Production by Audrey Cameron

Contributors

Unknown:
Jeffrey Segal
Unknown:
Jeffrey Segal
Production By:
Audrey Cameron
Courtenay Hill:
Wilfred Pickles
Gus Gleason:
George Merritt
Miss Burke:
Betty Linton
Sam Kitchin:
James Thomason
Charlie:
Leonard Trolley
Jean Ainslie:
Molly Rankin
Bill Malcolm:
Brewster Mason
Harry:
Alan Paul
The Good Robber:
Trevor Martin
The Bad Robber:
Richard Waring
Principal Boy:
Betty Huntley-Wright
Principal Girl:
Annette Kelly
Theatre Manager:
Norman Wynne
J J Davies, the critic:
Godfrey Kenton
Policeman:
Hamilton Dyce

BBC Northern Dance Orchestra
Norman George (violin)
Jimmy Leach (electronic organ)
Les Howard
The Raymond Woodhead Singers
Conductor, Alyn Ainsworth
Producer, Eric Miller

Contributors

Violin:
Norman George
Violin:
Jimmy Leach
Unknown:
Les Howard
Singers:
The Raymond Woodhead
Conductor:
Alyn Ainsworth
Producer:
Eric Miller

As he sings his favourite songs accompanied by Colin Beaton and the Dennis Wilson Sextet comprising star instrumentalists:
Keith Bird (clarinet)
Martin Slavin (vibraphone)
Frank Clarke (bass)
Jack Llewellyn (guitar)
Phil Seaman (drums) Dennis Wilson (piano)
Produced by Dennis Main Wilsoii

Contributors

Accompanied By:
Colin Beaton
Unknown:
Dennis Wilson Sextet
Clarinet:
Keith Bird
Clarinet:
Martin Slavin
Bass:
Frank Clarke
Guitar:
Jack Llewellyn
Guitar:
Phil Seaman
Piano:
Dennis Wilson
Produced By:
Dennis Main Wilsoii

are discussed spontaneously by: Lady Violet Bonham Carter, D.B.E.
Dr. J. Bronowski
Ted Leather, m.p .
Anthony Wedgwood Benn, M.P . Question-Master, Freddy Grisewood
Produced by Michael Bowen
From St. Denys Church Hall, Southampton, before an audience from the Inskip League of Friendship Repeated on Tuesday at 1.10 (Home) Comments on this programme for use in ' Any Answers? ' should be addressed to the BBC,
Bristol, marked ' Any Questions? ' and should arrive on Monday.

Contributors

Unknown:
Lady Violet Bonham Carter, D.B.E.
Unknown:
Dr. J. Bronowski
Unknown:
Ted Leather, M.P
Question-Master:
Anthony Wedgwood Benn, M.P
Question-Master:
Freddy Grisewood
Produced By:
Michael Bowen

London Theatre Orchestra
(Leader, Sidney Sax )
Conducted by Sidney Torch with Vanessa Lee and John Hauxvell
Band of the Royal Corps of Signals
Conducted by Major John L. Judd, M.B.E .
Director of Music
Stanley Riley with the BBC Men's Chorus Conducted by Alan Melville
Introduced by Robin Boyle
Produced by John Tylee
Before an invited audience at the Camden Theatre. London

Contributors

Leader:
Sidney Sax
Conducted By:
Sidney Torch
Unknown:
Vanessa Lee
Unknown:
John Hauxvell
Conducted By:
Major John L. Judd, M.B.E
Unknown:
Stanley Riley
Conducted By:
Alan Melville
Introduced By:
Robin Boyle
Produced By:
John Tylee

Cyril Stapleton directs the BBC Show Band
Songs from The Stargazers and guest singer,
Neville Taylor
Individual music from Harold Smart
Bert Weedon and Dennis Wilson
Produced by John Browell

Contributors

Unknown:
Cyril Stapleton
Singer:
Neville Taylor
Unknown:
Harold Smart
Unknown:
Bert Weedon
Unknown:
Dennis Wilson
Produced By:
John Browell

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