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A morning performance of films featuring this week sound-tracks from
Blow Your Own Trumpet starring Peter Butterworth
Michael Crawford , Gillian Harrison and Martyn Shields
Adapted by Peter Noble and The Horsemasters starring Tony Britton
John Fraser , Janet Munro Donald Pleasence ,
Annette Tommy Kirk , and Millicent Martin Adapted by Roy Bradford
Introduced by Brian Reece
Produced by Alfred Dunning Recording

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Butterworth
Unknown:
Michael Crawford
Unknown:
Gillian Harrison
Adapted By:
Peter Noble
Unknown:
Tony Britton
Unknown:
John Fraser
Unknown:
Janet Munro
Unknown:
Donald Pleasence
Unknown:
Annette Tommy Kirk
Adapted By:
Roy Bradford
Introduced By:
Brian Reece
Produced By:
Alfred Dunning

From the canteen of a cigarette factory at Bristol Bruce Trent
Joe Henderson
Billy Burden The Londons
Ron Millington (electronic organ) Jack Toogood (guitar) Colin Hawke (bass)
Introduced by Derek Jones Produced by Brian Patten

Contributors

Piano:
Joe Henderson
Unknown:
Billy Burden
Guitar:
Jack Toogood
Bass:
Colin Hawke
Introduced By:
Derek Jones
Produced By:
Brian Patten

with Rose Brennan. Larry Gretton and Ross MacManus
Produced by Richard Dingley
Tickets for this series are available on application to [address removed], enclosing stamped addressed envelope.
News Summary at 1.30 followed by

Contributors

Unknown:
Rose Brennan.
Unknown:
Larry Gretton
Unknown:
Ross MacManus
Produced By:
Richard Dingley

Music for the Motorist with Terry Burton and the BBC Northern Dance Orchestra
Directed by Bernard Herrmann Introduced by Randal Herley Produced by Peter Pilbeam

Contributors

Unknown:
Terry Burton
Directed By:
Bernard Herrmann
Introduced By:
Randal Herley
Produced By:
Peter Pilbeam

with Jimmy Shand
A miscellany of music from Scotland sung by Laura Brand
William McCue and the Joe Gordon Folk Four and played by Jimmy Shand and his Band
Introduced by Bill Jack Produced by Ben Lyons in the BBC's Scottish studios

Contributors

Unknown:
Jimmy Shand
Sung By:
Laura Brand
Sung By:
William McCue
Unknown:
Joe Gordon
Played By:
Jimmy Shand
Introduced By:
Bill Jack
Produced By:
Ben Lyons

Professor Jimmy Edwards ' submits a weekly school report with Roddy Miuide-Roxby as Aubrey Potter
Frederick Treves as Alfred Tennyson
Roy Dotrice as Magistrate
Michael Turner as Eamonn O'Reilly
Roger Shepherd as Lumley and David Lott and Graham Aza
Script adapted by David Climle from an original by Frank Muir and Denis Norden
Produced by Edward Taylor
Roy Dotrice broadcasts by permission of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratfordupon-Avon; Michael Turner by permission of the Directors of the Old Vic Trust

Contributors

Unknown:
Professor Jimmy Edwards
Unknown:
Roddy Miuide-Roxby
Unknown:
Aubrey Potter
Unknown:
Frederick Treves
Unknown:
Alfred Tennyson
Unknown:
Roy Dotrice
Unknown:
Michael Turner
Unknown:
Eamonn O'Reilly
Unknown:
Roger Shepherd
Unknown:
David Lott
Adapted By:
David Climle
Unknown:
Frank Muir
Unknown:
Denis Norden
Produced By:
Edward Taylor
Unknown:
Roy Dotrice
Unknown:
Michael Turner

by NORMAN COLLINS
Dramatised as a serial for broadcasting in ten parts by Howard Agg
Life in the Archbishop Bodkin Orphanage was pleasant, if not very well organised-that is, until the arrival of the new Warden, Dr. Trump.
2: ' Ways and Means '
Produced by Martyn C. Webster
Recorded production of May 26, 1958

Contributors

Unknown:
Norman Collins
Unknown:
Bodkin Orphanage
Produced By:
Martyn C. Webster
Dame Eleanor:
Gladys Young
Dr Trump:
Hugh Manning
Margaret:
Belle Chrystall
Sweetie:
Beryl Calder
Ginger Woods:
Michael Crawford
Bishop Warple:
Rolf Lefebvre
Felicity Warple:
Sara Gregory
Mrs Gurnet t:
Una Venning
Nurse Stedge:
Elizabeth Maude
Sergeant Chiswick:
Trevor Martin
Spud Carter:
Alaric Cotter
The Storyteller:
Simon Lack

featuring
Bernard Monshin and his Rio Tango Band
The South Sea Serenaders Directed by Ernest Penfold
Eric Cook at the piano and Julie Dawn
Introduced by John Hobday Produced by James Dufour

Contributors

Unknown:
Bernard Monshin
Directed By:
Ernest Penfold
Directed By:
Eric Cook
Introduced By:
John Hobday
Produced By:
James Dufour

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