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BBC Midland Light Orchestra Lesder. James Hulcheon Conductor. Gilbert Vinter
BBC Scottish Variety Orchestra Led by Dennis McConnell Conductor, Jack Leon
George Scott-Wood and his Music Cecil Norman and the Rhythm Players
Vic Hammett (BBC theatre organ)

Contributors

Conductor:
James Hulcheon
Conductor:
Dennis McConnell
Conductor:
Jack Leon
Conductor:
George Scott-Wood
Music:
Cecil Norman
Unknown:
Vic Hammett

A morning performance of films featuring this week sound-track from
Pal Joey starring Rita Hayworth
Frank Sinatra and Kim Novak
Adapted by Gordon Gow
Introduced by Brian Reece
Produced by Alfred Dunning Recording

Contributors

Unknown:
Rita Hayworth
Unknown:
Frank Sinatra
Unknown:
Kim Novak
Adapted By:
Gordon Gow
Introduced By:
Brian Reece
Produced By:
Alfred Dunning

from a clothing factory at Basildon. Essex
Introduced by Bill Gates with Ronnie Hilton Will Fyffe , Jnr.
Martin Lukins, The Avons
James Moody (piano) Judd Proctor (guilar) Tim Bell (double bass)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Bill Gates
Unknown:
Ronnie Hilton
Unknown:
Will Fyffe
Piano:
James Moody
Piano:
Judd Proctor
Unknown:
Tim Bell

Introduced by Marjorie Andeireon
The clothes I'm wearing: views from Bajbara Griggs
Letter from Dublin: sent by Kate O'Callaigihain
Mutual Aid: Margaret Strong tells how two handiicapped people were able to help each other
Boat Train for America: but . John Mennett arrived at Waterloo two minutes late!
Reading Your Letters
Cosmetic Chemist: Pauline Toriry talks about her job
Mary Wimbush reade from
'The Fortunes, and Misfortunes of The Famous Moll Flanders ' by Daniel Defoe
The twelfth of fifteen instalments
The second, third, and sixth items are recorded

Contributors

Introduced By:
Marjorie Andeireon
Unknown:
Bajbara Griggs
Unknown:
Kate O'Callaigihain
Unknown:
Margaret Strong
Unknown:
John Mennett
Talks:
Pauline Toriry
Unknown:
Mary Wimbush Reade
Unknown:
Daniel Defoe

Repeated on Wednesday at 11.16 a.m. Mrs. Dale writes:
Poor Sue has chickenpox and is feeling very sorry for herself! Mrs. Cunningham, Richard's secretary, hasn't been well too; Richard is rather concerned, but Sally thinks there's no real need to worry. Bob is disappointed because he cannot get permission for the snack bar he planned to have at the garage unless he can provide adequate parking space; he's planning to try for the land opposite where George used to have his caravan. (Incidentally, I saw Bill Harvill 's interview with Jenny in the paper and didn't care for it much.) Dr. Smithson has arrived and started work.

Contributors

Unknown:
Bill Harvill

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 Wilfred Pickles visits
GRASMERE, Westmorland at the New Hall with Mabel at the table and Harryi Hudson at the piano
Presented by Stephen Williams
Repeated on Thursday at 10.0 a.m.

Contributors

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

Anona Winn , Joy Adamson
Jack Train , Richard Dimbleby ask all the questions and Kenneth Home knows some of the answers
Produced by C. F. Meehan
Recorded broadcast of June 21, In the Home Service
' Twenty Questions ' is broadcast by arrangement with Maurice Winnick

Contributors

Unknown:
Anona Winn
Unknown:
Joy Adamson
Unknown:
Jack Train
Unknown:
Richard Dimbleby
Produced By:
C. F. Meehan
Arrangement With:
Maurice Winnick

by NORMAN COLLINS dramatised as a serial for broadcasting in ten parts by Howard Agg
While Sweetie continues to stay with Dame Eleanor, Dr. Trump has resigned the post of Warden, and Canon Mallow is now back at the Orphanage.
16: The Promise
Other parts played by James Beattie , John Bennett. and Robert Corder Produced by Martyn C. Webster
Recorded broadcast of July 20, 1958

Contributors

Unknown:
Norman Collins
Played By:
James Beattie
Played By:
John Bennett.
Produced By:
Martyn C. Webster
Dame Eleanor:
Gladys Young
Margaret:
Belle Chrystall
Sweetie:
Beryl Calder
Ginger Woods:
Wilfrid Downing
Canon Mallow:
James Thomason
Matron:
Elizabeth Maude
Mr Thring:
Rolf Lefebvre
Admiral Sturgess:
John Ruddock
James Sturgess:
David Spenser
The Storyteller:
Simon Lack

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