Programme Index

Discover 9,874,511 listings and 221,355 playable programmes from the BBC

including:
How Modern are your Manners' Anne Edwards and Drusilla Beyfus discuss common sense and common knowledge
Beginning to Talk: recording the progress of a random group of London babies. 3-Joan Yorkeintroduces Paula and Diana both not quite two years old
In Partnership: Charles and Jacqueline Wassermann , journalists, who have just returned from a tour of Eastern Europe
1946-1956—Towards Nationhood: Ten years' advance in our Overseas Territories. A talk by J. K. Thompson , Head of the Social Services Division of the Colonial Office
Serial: ' Framley Parsonage' by Anthony Trollope
Read by Gladys Young
12-' Lucy Takes Charge '
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson

Contributors

Unknown:
Anne Edwards
Unknown:
Jacqueline Wassermann
Talk By:
J. K. Thompson
Unknown:
Anthony Trollope
Read By:
Gladys Young
Introduced By:
Marjorie Anderson

Gilbert Harding this week
Introduces and discusses
The Motor Industry with his reporters Edward Ward , Wynford Vaughan Thomas , and Raymond Baxter who have been conducting on-the-spot enquiries in various parts of the country

Contributors

Unknown:
Gilbert Harding
Reporters:
Edward Ward
Reporters:
Wynford Vaughan Thomas
Reporters:
Raymond Baxter

with Roger Dann
Book and lyrics by A. P. Herbert
Music by Vivian Ellis
BBC Chorus
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate )
BBC Concert Orchestra
(Leader, William Armon ) Conductor, Vilem Tausky
Radio adaptation by Roy Plomley
Production by Michael North and Neil Sutherland

Contributors

Unknown:
Roger Dann
Unknown:
A. P. Herbert
Music By:
Vivian Ellis
Chorus-Master:
Leslie Woodgate
Leader:
William Armon
Conductor:
Vilem Tausky
Production By:
Michael North
Production By:
Neil Sutherland
Lucy Willow:
Lizbeth Webb
Pierre Fontaine:
Roger Dann
The Hon Thomas Trout:
Michael Moore
Nanny:
Marjorie Westbury
Suzanne Valdis:
Betty Huntley-Wright
Augustus Willow:
Eric Forte
Mary Willow:
Diana Morrison
M Robert:
Jean Driant
Gendarme:
Eric Francis

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