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RBC Midland Light Orchestra Conductor, Jack Coles
BBC Scottish Variety Orchestra Conductor, Jack Leon
George Scott-Wood and his Music Cecil Norman , and the Rhythm Players Phil Finch at the BBC theatre organ

Contributors

Conductor:
Jack Coles
Conductor:
Jack Leon
Conductor:
George Scott-Wood
Music:
Cecil Norman
Unknown:
Phil Finch

The Charlie Katz Novelty Sextet with Pat Lancaster
Introduced by Tim Gudgin
Produced by John Fawcett Wilso *

Contributors

Unknown:
Charlie Katz
Introduced By:
Tim Gudgin
Produced By:
John Fawcett Wilso

A morning performance of films featuring this week sound-track from
Oklahoma starring Gordon MacRae
Shirley Jones. Rod Steiger and Charlotte Greenwood
Adapted by Gordon Gow
Introduced by Brian Reece
Produced by Alfred Dunning
Recording

Contributors

Unknown:
Gordon MacRae
Unknown:
Shirley Jones.
Unknown:
Rod Steiger
Adapted By:
Gordon Gow
Introduced By:
Brian Reece
Produced By:
Alfred Dunning

from a shoe manufacturers at Bast Tilbury, Essex
Introduced by Bill Gatee with Dennis Lotis
Tony Fayne
Betty Smith
The Peter Crawford Trio
James Moody (piano) Billy Bell (guitar)
Tim Bell (double-base)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Bill Gatee
Unknown:
Dennis Lotis
Unknown:
Tony Fayne
Unknown:
Betty Smith
Guitar:
Billy Bell
Guitar:
Tim Bell

Introduced by Marjorie Anderson and including
Expert v. Amateur: a three-studio quiz on gardening
Overworked Words: Relaxed, by Ruth Adam
Alphabet of Flavours: Sheila Hutchins talks about Lemon and Michael Finlayson about Nutmeg
Café Stand-in: Frida Knight with memories of a French village
Reading Your Letters
Confessions of Faith: A Christian Brother speaks
Nigel Stock reads from 'The Lonely Plough' by Constance Holme
The first and sixth items and serial are recorded

Contributors

Introduced By:
Marjorie Anderson
Unknown:
Ruth Adam
Talks:
Sheila Hutchinsi
Unknown:
Michael Finlayson
Unknown:
Nigel Stock
Unknown:
Constance Holme

and meet
Eric Hinds (baritone)
The Gilcurdon Trio
Light Orchestra
Leader, David Adams
Conductor, David Curry
Introduced by Maurice O'Callaghan

Contributors

Baritone:
Eric Hinds
Leader:
David Adams
Conductor:
David Curry
Introduced By:
Maurice O'Callaghan

BBC Northern. Dance Orchestra
Conducted by Tommy Watt with Lyn Cornell , Paul Andrews Introduced by Randal Herley Produced by Peter Pilbeam

Contributors

Conducted By:
Tommy Watt
Unknown:
Lyn Cornell
Unknown:
Paul Andrews
Introduced By:
Randal Herley
Produced By:
Peter Pilbeam

News, views, and music
TUESDAY EDITION
Jeremy Hawk introduces
Topic for Motorists: Phil Drackett Sports Page: John Arlott Horner's Corner
Tonight's Topie Music by Bill McGuffle at the piano
BBC Revue Orchestra
Leader. Julien Gaillard
Conducted by Malcolm Lockyer and on gramophone records Produced by Denys Jones

Contributors

Introduces:
Jeremy Hawk
Unknown:
Phil Drackett
Horner:
John Arlott
Music By:
Bill McGuffle
Leader:
Julien Gaillard
Conducted By:
Malcolm Lockyer
Produced By:
Denys Jones

with Wilfred Pickles. visits the town of OUNDLE, Northamptonshire with Mabel at 'The Table' and Harry Hudson at the piano
Presented by Stephen Williams

Contributors

Unknown:
Wilfred Pickles
Unknown:
Harry Hudson
Presented By:
Stephen Williams

Members of the public and invited personalities put questions to a team of distinguished experts.
The great minds are:
Jimmy Edwards
Ted Ray
Tommy Trinder
Cyril Fletcher
In the chair: McDonald Hobley
This week's special guest :
Kay Smart
From an idea by Jimmy Edwards
Produced by Edward Taylor

Contributors

Unknown:
Tommy Trinder
Unknown:
Cyril Fletcher
Unknown:
Jimmy Edwards
Produced By:
Edward Taylor

Music In the Peter Yorke Manner featuring
Peter Yorke and his Orchestra
Michael Desmond
The William Davies Quartet and gramophone records of The Ray Charles Singers
Introduced by John Hobday
Produced by Alan Owen

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Yorke
Unknown:
Peter Yorke
Unknown:
Michael Desmond
Unknown:
William Davies Quartet
Introduced By:
John Hobday
Unknown:
Alan Owen

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