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MORNING MUSIC
BBC West of England Players Leader, William Reid
Directed by Peter Martin
BBC Scottish Variety Orchestra Leader, Dennis McConnell Conductor, Jack Leon
Cecil Norman and the Rhythm Players
Eddie Strevens and his Quartet
Robinson Cleaver
(BBC theatre organ)

Contributors

Leader:
William Reid
Directed By:
Peter Martin
Leader:
Dennis McConnell
Conductor:
Jack Leon
Conductor:
Cecil Norman
Unknown:
Eddie Strevens
Unknown:
Robinson Cleaver

A morning performance of films featuring this week sound-track from
Bridge To the Sun starring Carroll Baker and co-starring James Shigeta also
James Yagi and Tetzuro Tamba and Twist Around the Clock starring
Chubby Checker.
Dion Vicki Spencer , The Marcels and introducing Clay Cole
Introduced by Brian Reece
Script by Lyn Fairhurst
Produced by Alfred Dunning
Recording

Contributors

Unknown:
Carroll Baker
Unknown:
James Shigeta
Unknown:
James Yagi
Unknown:
Tetzuro Tamba
Unknown:
Dion Vicki Spencer
Introduced By:
Brian Reece
Script By:
Lyn Fairhurst
Produced By:
Alfred Dunning

from a brass manufacturers at East Greenwich, London
Introduced by Bill Gates with Anne Shelton , Cardew Robinson
Gwenda Wilkin , The Honeys James Moody (piano) Judd Proctor (guitar)
Arthur Watts (double-bass)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Bill Gates
Unknown:
Anne Shelton
Unknown:
Cardew Robinson
Unknown:
Gwenda Wilkin
Guitar:
Judd Proctor
Double-Bass:
Arthur Watts

with Johnny Howard and his Orchestra with Tony Steven and guest vocalists
Dick Jordan and Margaret Bond featuring
The Johnny Howard Tradmen and Roy Smith and the Ravera Introduced by Doug Stanley Produced by John Fenton
Johnny Howard and his Orchestra are at The Royal Ballroom, Tottenham; Dick Jordan is at the Gargoyle Club, London

Contributors

Unknown:
Johnny Howard
Unknown:
Tony Steven
Unknown:
Dick Jordan
Unknown:
Margaret Bond
Unknown:
Johnny Howard Tradmen
Unknown:
Roy Smith
Introduced By:
Doug Stanley
Produced By:
John Fenton
Produced By:
Johnny Howard
Unknown:
Dick Jordan

Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
Point of View: from Paul Sheridan
I Worked for H. G. Wells : Gertrude Hutchinson with some impressions
On the Statute Book: a barrister describes some changes in the law
Reading Your Letters
For the New Housewife: bread-making and yeast cookery discussed by Katharine Curragh
Bongs in an Israeli Night Club: as sung by Judith Silver
John Witty reads from ' The Killer Mine ' by Hammond Innes
The second of ten instalments
The third and sixth items and serial are recorded

Contributors

Introduced By:
Marjorie Anderson
Unknown:
Paul Sheridan
Unknown:
H. G. Wells
Unknown:
Gertrude Hutchinson
Unknown:
Katharine Curragh
Sung By:
Judith Silver
Sung By:
John Witty
Unknown:
Hammond Innes

Gary Marshal introduces
The Talent Spot
Young pop artists reaching for stardom featuring the Ted Taylor Four, Carol Deene, Lorne Gibson, Colin Keyes, The Countrymen

Produced by Brian Willey
(The Ted Taylor Four are at the Jack of Clubs Restaurant, London)

Contributors

Introduces:
Gary Marshal
Unknown:
Lome Gibson
Unknown:
Colin Keyes
Produced By:
Brian Willey

A daily round of music news, views, and interviews on all manner of topics
Introduced by John Anthony Today's record stars include
Dorothy Squires and Los Paraguayos BBC Revue Orchestra
Leader. Julien Gaillard
Conducted by Malcolm Lockyer
Producer, Frank Hooper Editor, Peter Duncan
News Summafy at 6.30 followed by Tonight's Topic

Contributors

Introduced By:
John Anthony
Unknown:
Dorothy Squires
Leader:
Julien Gaillard
Conducted By:
Malcolm Lockyer
Producer:
Frank Hooper
Editor:
Peter Duncan
Editor:
News Summafy

with Wilfred Pickles visits
DEDHAM, Essex at the Hewitt Hall with Mabel at ' The Table' and Harry Hudson at the piano Presented by Stephen Williams
Repeated on Thursday at 10.0 a.m.

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 Max Jaffa
From an idea by Jimmy Edwards Produced by Edward Taylor

Contributors

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

A musical mixture for this day and age with pops and corn for squares and off-beats with Bill Shepherd his Orchestra and Singers including
The Trad-Dads and The Staccatos
Introductions and a song from Michael Cole
Produced by John Browell

Contributors

Unknown:
Bill Shepherd
Produced By:
John Browell

The Survivors written by RICHARD TOWNSHEND BICKERS with Bernard Braden
On the night of December 17, 1928, in foul weather, several miles off the tip of Cape Cod, the United States Submarine S.4 surfaced directly in the path of United States Coastguard Destroyer Paulding. The collision sent S.4 to the bottom. There seemed little hope for those of the crew who were trapped in the crippled submarine.
Produced by ALAN BURGESS

Contributors

Written By:
Richard Townshend Bickers
Unknown:
Bernard Braden
Produced By:
Alan Burgess
Lieutenant Fitch:
Bernard Braden
Johnson:
Errol MacKinnon
Eadie:
Murray Kash
Blake:
Tommy Duggan
Mary Fitch:
Ann Murray
Gail Michels:
Marie Adams
Archer:
Marvin Kane
Michels:
Thomas Bowman
Benson:
Warren Stanhope
Stennett:
Stuart Nichol

in London to the music of Sydney Simone and his Orchestra with Gerry Grant from the Talk of the Town Theatre Restaurant
Ronnie Pleydell and his Orchestra from the Latin Quarter
Francisco Cavez and his Latin Rhythm from the Savoy Hotel
Produced by Geoffrey Owen
John Kingdon , and John Fenton

Contributors

Unknown:
Sydney Simone
Unknown:
Gerry Grant
Unknown:
Ronnie Pleydell
Unknown:
Francisco Cavez
Produced By:
Geoffrey Owen
Produced By:
John Kingdon
Produced By:
John Fenton

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