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David Ede introduces and directs
The Rabin Band
Barbara Kay , Colin Day
Ray Pilgirim , The HoundDogs Arthur Greens lade and his swingin' piano
Groovin' Don. Sanford
Rockin' Rex Morris
The Razz-Ma-Tazzers
The Jazz Bag:
Featuring this week Alex Welsh and your pop requests
Produced by Terry Henebery
The Rabin Band is appearing at the Wimbledon Palais, London
News Summary at 1.30 followed by

Contributors

Introduces:
David Ede
Unknown:
Barbara Kay
Unknown:
Colin Day
Unknown:
Ray Pilgirim
Unknown:
Alex Welsh
Produced By:
Terry Henebery

Pershore, Worcestershire
Vivians Bird) and Eric Roberts , assisted by local speakers give an impression of the life in and around this town and the Vafe of Evesham
The programme, recorded, at the Angel Hotel, Persihore, is introduced by Bill Hartley
Previously broadcast in the Midland Home Service on June 30

Contributors

Unknown:
Eric Roberts
Assisted By:
Local Speakers
Introduced By:
Bill Hartley

Repeated on Monday at 11.16 a.m.
Mrs. Dale writes:
Everything is peaceful at Virginia Lodge now that Miriam and her photographers have finished. We all had to work over Bank Holiday-I hope the article will be worth it. Actually things are a little too peaceful now-Sue Douglas is in Devon and Jim has gone off on his fishing holiday with Ian McNeil. I miss him very much! I'm a little anxious, too, because Mother's in bed with a cold; she's arranged for Louie Harrison to take over at the shop.
Mrs. Dale, Ellis Powell ; Dr. Dale,
James Dale ; Mrs. Freeman, Dorothy Lane ; Sally Fulton , Margaret Ward ; Sue Douglas , Valerie Kirkbright ; Gwen Owen , Aline Waites ; Billy Oven , Anthony Reese ; Grandfather Dale , Jack Shaw ; Flora Dale, Madeleine Christie ; Carlton Dale , Glyn Dearman ; Mrs. Maggs, Grace Allardyce ; Sam Odgers , Victor Platt ; Dotty Odgers , Joan Duan ; George Charley , John Humphry ; Ian McNeil , Duncan Maclntyre ; Mrs. Douglas, Mary O'Farrell ; Miss Blackwell, Beverley Dunn ; Peterson, John Bryning

Contributors

Unknown:
Sue Douglas
Unknown:
Ian McNeil.
Unknown:
Louie Harrison
Unknown:
Ellis Powell
Unknown:
James Dale
Unknown:
Dorothy Lane
Unknown:
Sally Fulton
Unknown:
Margaret Ward
Unknown:
Sue Douglas
Unknown:
Valerie Kirkbright
Unknown:
Gwen Owen
Unknown:
Aline Waites
Unknown:
Billy Oven
Unknown:
Anthony Reese
Unknown:
Grandfather Dale
Unknown:
Jack Shaw
Unknown:
Madeleine Christie
Unknown:
Carlton Dale
Unknown:
Glyn Dearman
Unknown:
Grace Allardyce
Unknown:
Sam Odgers
Unknown:
Victor Platt
Unknown:
Dotty Odgers
Unknown:
Joan Duan
Unknown:
George Charley
Unknown:
John Humphry
Unknown:
Ian McNeil
Unknown:
Duncan MacLntyre
Unknown:
Mary O'Farrell
Unknown:
Beverley Dunn
Unknown:
John Bryning

with Jack Warner as Joe Huggett and Kathleen Harrison as Ethel Huggett Who's Who?
Other parts played by John. Cazabon Written by Eddie Maguire
Produced by Jacques Brown

Contributors

Unknown:
Jack Warner
Unknown:
Joe Huggett
Unknown:
Kathleen Harrison
Unknown:
Ethel Huggett
Played By:
John. Cazabon
Written By:
Eddie Maguire
Produced By:
Jacques Brown
Bobby:
Roger Shepherd
Jane:
Alanna Boyce
Fred Stebbings:
Charles Leno

The novel by FRANCIS BRETT YOUNG
Adapted for broadcasting in nine parts by Lionel Brown with Olga Lindo , June Tobin and Nigel Stock
Part 3
Produced by David H. Godfrey

Contributors

Novel By:
Francis Brett
Unknown:
Lionel Brown
Unknown:
Olga Lindo
Unknown:
June Tobin
Produced By:
David H. Godfrey
Ellen Biggs:
Mary O'Farreh
Clare:
June Tobin
Dr Bradley:
Trevor Martin
Dudley Wifbunm:
Nigel Stock
Catherine Weir:
Eithne Dunne
Ralph Hingston:
Ronald Wilson
Lady Hingston:
Olga Lindo

with Tony Hancock and featuring
Sidney James
Bill Kerr , Hattie Jacques and Kenneth Williams
Theme and incidental music composed and conducted by Wally Stott Written by Alan Simpson andRay Galton
Produced by Dennis Main Wilson Recorded broadcast of Dec. 2, 1966

Contributors

Unknown:
Tony Hancock
Unknown:
Sidney James
Unknown:
Bill Kerr
Unknown:
Hattie Jacques
Unknown:
Kenneth Williams
Conducted By:
Wally Stott
Written By:
Alan Simpson
Written By:
Ray Galton
Produced By:
Dennis Main Wilson

An hour of musical entertainment for a summer evening from the Dome, Brighton given by the BBC Concert Orchestra Leader, William Armon
Conductor, Vilem Tausky with Iris Villiers in folk song and. film music
BBC Studio Choir
Trained by Harold Noble and Owen Brannigan with Ernest Lush
Two Men About Music
The programme includes music by Stanford, Johann Strauss Eric Coates , and Smetana
Introduced by Robin Boyle Produced by John Tylee In association with the Brighton Corporation

Contributors

Leader:
William Armon
Conductor:
Vilem Tausky
Unknown:
Iris Villiers
Unknown:
Harold Noble
Unknown:
Owen Brannigan
Unknown:
Johann Strauss
Unknown:
Eric Coates
Introduced By:
Robin Boyle
Produced By:
John Tylee

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