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BILL GATES introduces
DICK EMERY
Star comedian
JULIE ROGERS Singing star
WYN CALVIN
Time out for comedy
FRENESI WATSON Rising star
JAMES MOODY
Piano startime
THE HIGHLICHTS
All-time hit parade
Carnival
Around the world in song
THE STARTINIE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by MALCOLM LocKYER

Contributors

Unknown:
Julie Rogers
Unknown:
Wyn Calvin
Conducted By:
Malcolm Lockyer

from Newcastle
Introduced by Ton Kilgour
Wife to Andy Capp: Joan Elliott examines woman's place in the North-East
The Back Street Abortion: an enquiry by Mary Redcliffe
Men Only: The last outpost of male dominance, the public bar
There Was An Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe: Barbara MacDonald looks at the case for large families
Scotswood Road or Denmark Street?: Tyneside has recently produced its own new sound, but long before the Animals there was an older tradition of North-Eastern song. Alex Glasgow contrasts the two sounds
Wendy Craig reads The Garrick Year by Margaret Drabble
Fifth of twelve instalments

Contributors

Introduced by:
Tom Kilgour

Script by Rex Edwards
Repeated Tuesday, 11.15 a.m.
Produced by KEITH WILLIAMS and EILEEN CULLEN
Shanta has left Exton and Roddy has been toying with the idea of following her to India. Dr. Dale has had a distressing experience; Mrs. Devenish. who was in his care, has died under peculiar circumstances, and at the inquest Mr. Devenish has alleged negligence on the part of Dr. Dale. The Coroner refused a cremation order and the inquest is to be resumed. The pathologist urges Dr. Dale to seek legal advice.

Contributors

Script By:
Rex Edwards
Produced By:
Keith Williams
Produced By:
Eileen Cullen

A daily round of music, news. views, and information on all manner of topics
Introduced by JOHN ANTHONY
Today's record stars include
DoRis DAY. Kenneth MCKELLAR KURT HENKI. ES BIG BAND and from six o'clock some of the week's new records
THE DENNIS WILSON QUARTET
Script by TONY ASPLER
Produced by Peter DUNCAN and JACK DOBSON

Contributors

Introduced By:
John Anthony
Unknown:
Kenneth McKellar
Unknown:
Kurt Henki.
Unknown:
Dennis Wilson
Script By:
Tony Aspler
Produced By:
Peter Duncan
Produced By:
Jack Dobson

Jimmy Clitheroe in James the Little Gentleman with PETER SINCLAIR
PATRICIA BURKE , DANNY ROSS
DIANA DAY , MOLLIE SUGDEN
TONY MELODY , JOHN GRAHAM
BASIL JONES
Written by JAMES CASEY and FRANK ROSCOB
Produced by JAMES CASEY
Sunday's broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Jimmy Clitheroe
Unknown:
Peter Sinclair
Unknown:
Patricia Burke
Unknown:
Danny Ross
Unknown:
Diana Day
Unknown:
Mollie Sugden
Unknown:
Tony Melody
Unknown:
John Graham
Unknown:
Basil Jones
Written By:
James Casey
Written By:
Frank Roscob
Produced By:
James Casey

A new series written for radio by Berkely Mather and Victor Francis
with Tony Arpino as Erminio
The Maresciallo is a jovial Italian Chief of Police in a small town on the Italian Riviera, who deals in a way all his own with the varied cases brought to his notice. In this week's episode an English writer in search of material finds himself uncomfortably involved with a shady character from the underworld.
Produced by HUGH STEWART

Contributors

Writer:
Berkely Mather
Writer:
Victor Francis
Producer:
Hugh Stewart
The Maresciallo:
Tony Arpino
Ralph Summerby:
Ric Hutton
Jennifer:
Nicolette Bernard
Napoli:
Kim Grant
Ian:
Jo Manning Wilson
Italian doctor:
Ralph Truman

featuring
David Jacobs as Rex Anthony 2: Trial By Scandal with DIANA OLSSON , JEFFREY SEGAL
GLYN DEARMAN , NAN KENWAY
PETER BARTLETT , JOHN GRAHAM Frederick TREVES
NiCOLETTE BERNARD
Each episode is by a different scriptwriter
This week:
EDDIE MAGUIRE best known for Ray's a Laugh. Meet the Huggetts, and more recently, One Man's Meat
Script editor, GALE PEDRICK
Produced by EDWARD TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown:
David Jacobs
Unknown:
Rex Anthony
Unknown:
Diana Olsson
Unknown:
Jeffrey Segal
Unknown:
Glyn Dearman
Unknown:
Nan Kenway
Unknown:
Peter Bartlett
Unknown:
John Graham
Unknown:
Frederick Treves
Unknown:
Nicolette Bernard
Unknown:
Eddie Maguire
Produced By:
Edward Taylor

Sound-tracks from
Youngblood Hawke starring JAMES FRANCISCUS SUZANNE PLESCHETTE
GENEVIEVE PAGE , EVA GABOR
Adapted by Lyn Fairhurst and Behold a Pale Horse starring GREGORY PECK
ANTHONY QUINN , OMAR SHARIF
Adapted by John Cutts
STEVE RACE talks music with LAURIE JOHNSON
WILLIAM HALL sizes up a new star
PETER NOBLE with news from home and abroad
Introduced by PETER HAIGH
Script by LYN FAIRHURST
Produced by BOBBY JAYE
Recording

Contributors

Unknown:
Youngblood Hawke
Unknown:
James Franciscus
Unknown:
Suzanne Pleschette
Unknown:
Genevieve Page
Unknown:
Eva Gabor
Adapted By:
Lyn Fairhurst
Unknown:
Gregory Peck
Unknown:
Anthony Quinn
Unknown:
Omar Sharif
Adapted By:
John Cutts
Adapted By:
Steve Race
Unknown:
Laurie Johnson
Unknown:
William Hall
Unknown:
Peter Noble
Introduced By:
Peter Haigh
Script By:
Lyn Fairhurst
Produced By:
Bobby Jaye

A programme of tunes to remember with THE SYD DALE SEVEN
THE Don RIDDELL FOUR
JO MARNEY , BARBARA MOORE
Introduced by GERRY GRANT
Produced by CYRIL DRAKE

Contributors

Unknown:
Syd Dale
Unknown:
Don Riddell
Unknown:
Jo Marney
Unknown:
Barbara Moore
Introduced By:
Gerry Grant
Produced By:
Cyril Drake

Sandy Brown and his Band with Al Fairweather
Benny Goodman: Hear Me Talkin'
Danny Halperin with New Releases
Peter Clayton's News Profile
Introduced. by Benny Green

Contributors

Presenter:
Benny Green
Unknown:
Sandy Brown
Unknown:
Al Fairweather
Unknown:
Benny Goodman
Unknown:
Danny Halperin
Unknown:
Peter Clayton
Producer:
Teddy Warrick
Producer:
Steve Allen
Producer:
Bryant Marriott

A Round-up of Jazz
Including contributions from France, Spain. Switzerland Germany. Belgium, Finland
Israel, Malta. Norway Sweden, and Great Britain
Introduced by HUMPHREY Lyttelton
Produced by BRYANT MARRIOTT
Compiled by SUdwestfunk, Baden-Baden. A ' Radio in Europe ' series programme

Contributors

Introduced By:
Humphrey Lyttelton
Produced By:
Bryant Marriott

Light Programme

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