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with JOHN ROBERTS featuring the music of SIDNEY SAX AND mE HARLEQUINS
THE BERNARD EBBINGHOUSE BAND
FRANK WEIR AND HIS MUSIC
ERNESPENFOLD and THE SOUTH SEA SERENADERS
THE FRASER HAYES FOUR
Lou WHITESON AND HIS
LATIN-AMERICAN ORCHESTRA
THE DENNY WRIGHQUINTE
BBC SCOTTISH VARIETY ORCHESTRA Conductor, JACK LEON and a star choice of records
Produced by CHRIS MORGAN and CYRIL DRAKE

Contributors

Unknown:
John Roberts
Unknown:
Frank Weir
Unknown:
Fraser Hayes
Unknown:
Lou Whiteson
Conductor:
Jack Leon
Produced By:
Chris Morgan
Produced By:
Cyril Drake

for half an hour with ROG WHITTAKER
THE SWINGING STRINGS
Conducted by PAUL FENOULHE
Guests this week
BIG PETE DUKER and PETE SAYERS ANDREW TOWNEND

Contributors

Unknown:
Rog Whittaker
Conducted By:
Paul Fenoulhe
Conducted By:
Pete Sayers
Unknown:
Andrew Townend

for lunchtime non-stop pop with CLIFF BENNET
AND THE REBELROUSERS
THE ANIMALS
THE BACHELORS
THE FORTUNES
LINDA SAXONS
JOHNNY ARTHEAND HIS BAND
Introduced by PAUL HOLLINGDALE
Produced by Doreen Davies

Contributors

Unknown:
Cliff Bennet
Unknown:
Linda Saxons
Unknown:
Johnny Artheand
Introduced By:
Paul Hollingdale
Produced By:
Doreen Davies

Introduced by OLIVE SHAPLEY from Liverpool
Northern Guesof the Week:
JIMMY TARBUCK
Plashki: PHILOMENA ROUGH recalls the time she spenin a Jugoslav village
† On Remand: BARBARA MCDONALD visits a remand home in Liverpool
Private Eye: ZENA SCOTT-ARCHER runs a detective bureau
Ideas in the Air: with ETHEL WORMALD and KENNETH STERN
MADI HEDD reads
The Other Girby Lucy WALKER
Fourth of ten instalments

Contributors

Introduced By:
Olive Shapley
Unknown:
Barbara McDonald
Unknown:
Ethel Wormald
Unknown:
Kenneth Stern
Unknown:
Lucy Walker

Produced by JOHN RICHMOND and EILEEN CULLEN
Repeated Tuesdau, 11.15 a.m.
Mrs. Dale has decided to spend another week athe cottage and as Dr. Dale has to return to the practice, she has invited Flora to g and stay with her. Mr. Andrews has been taken into hospital with suspected typhoid. Mrs. Freeman and Leamington Sparr have methe new owner of the Curio Shop and do notake to him. Bob is worried by the inexplicable decline of business athe garage.

Contributors

Produced By:
John Richmond
Produced By:
Eileen Cullen

Switch on the off-beat circuit with Colin Hamilton for news, views, comments and the best on record plus The Ronnie Aldrich Quartet

Contributors

Presenter:
Colin Hamilton
Musicians:
The Ronnie Aldrich Quartet
Writer:
Tony Aspler
Producer:
John Fawcett Wilson
Producer:
Max Alcock

Jimmy Clitheroe in Another Mother for Ossie with PETER SINCLAIR , PATRICIA BURKE DANNY Ross. DIANA DAY
MOLLIE SUGDEN , TONY MELODY
Written by James Casey and Frank Roscoe
Produced by JAMES CASEY
† Sunday's broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Jimmy Clitheroe
Unknown:
Peter Sinclair
Unknown:
Patricia Burke
Unknown:
Danny Ross.
Unknown:
Mollie Sugden
Written By:
James Casey
Written By:
Frank Roscoe
Produced By:
James Casey

by Stephen Grenfell.
A series for radio in thirteen parts about London Airport and its people
with Robert Hardy

Captain Richard Mallory, a Senior Duty Officer with British Commonwealth Airlines, needs all his nerve and cool judgement to face the nightmarish dilemma in tonight's adventure.
An anonymous phone call warns of a bomb that could threaten the lives of New York-bound passengers. A hoax - or an all-to-real explosive situation? Suspense and high drama are the elements in this episode in the fictional series set at London Airport and starring Robert Hardy.

Contributors

Writer:
Stephen Grenfell
Producer:
David H. Godfrey
Sally Brookshaw:
Eva Haddon
Mary Andrews:
Shirley Cooklin
Johnnie Armstrong:
Michael McClain
Gerry Harmer:
John Baddeley
Richard Mallory:
Robert Hardy
Telephone caller:
Antony Viccars
Brookes:
Peter Claughton
Angela:
Patricia Gallimore
Colonel Gibson:
Patrick Barr
Duty Controller:
Allan McClelland
Shorty Harris:
Anthony Jackson
Evans:
Douglas Hankin
Captain Green:
Wilfrid Carter

British Middleweight Championship promoted by Reg King
WALLY SWIF (Nottingham) (Holder) v. JOHNNY PRITCHET(Bingham)
Commentary by SIMON SMITH on the fifteen-round contest, with inter-round summaries by FRED VERLANDER
From the Ice Stadium, Nottingham

Contributors

Commentary By:
Simon Smith
Unknown:
Fred Verlander

Light Programme

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