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Script by Jill Hyem tFriday's broadcast
Bryan has caught German measles and Gwen has been prevented from going to the Bahamas with David. Elvis 's visits to the Children's Home to see his brother and sister have been disastrous, and Mrs. Dale has decided that the children must meet at her house in future. Judy Harris , having failed to cope with an emergency, feels a failure both as a doctor's wife and as a person. Bomber ' has had a disagreement with Dr. Jackson about his work in the practice.

Contributors

Script By:
Jill Hyem
Unknown:
David. Elvis
Unknown:
Judy Harris

with CYRIL ORNADEL conducting THE RADIO ORCHESTRA
Leader, Julien Gaillard
ROY CASTLE
THE Music OF
Mikis THEODORAKIS
LYN AND GRAHAM MCCARTHY
THE NIGEL BROOKS SINGERS
Introduced by DAVID SYMONDS
Produced by Michael Shrimpton

Contributors

Unknown:
Cyril Ornadel
Leader:
Julien Gaillard
Unknown:
Graham McCarthy
Singers:
Nigel Brooks
Introduced By:
David Symonds
Produced By:
Michael Shrimpton

Cay Byrne introduces some of the best sounds around
This week's studio artists:
RAYMOND AGOULT AND HIS PLAYERS
THE JERRY ALLEN QUARTET
JOHNNY ARTHEY AND HIS BAND
KENNY BALL'S JAZZMEN
THE BANJOLIERS directed by JACK MANDEL
DENNY Boyce AND HIS ORCHESTRA
COLIN DAY
THE JACK DORSEY BIG BAND
RAY ELLINGTON AND HIS MUSIC
JOE ' MR. PIANO' HENDERSON
THE Ivy LEAGUE
JACKIE LEE
THE MAPLE LEAF FOUR
JANIE MARDEN
THE MORGAN JAMES Duo
THE MIGIL FIVE
MRS. MILLS at her piano
JACK NATHAN AND his BAND
SID PHILLIPS AND his BAND
BRIAN POOLE AND THE TREMELOES
THE JUDD PROCTOR QUARTET
PAUL AND BARRY RYAN with ROBB STORME AND THE WHISPERS
THE SEARCHERS
THE SETTLERS
WOUT STFENHUIS
JOHNNY TOWERS
UNIT FOURplus Two
ROG WHITTAKER including some instrumental Music While You Work from the Non-Stop Tune Shop and a round of records
Produced by JOHN BILLINGHAM and DOREEN DAVIES
Denny Boyce and his Orchestra are appearing at the Locarno Ballroom, Stevenage

Contributors

Introduces:
Cay Byrne
Artists:
Raymond Agoult
Unknown:
Jerry Allen
Unknown:
Johnny Arthey
Directed By:
Jack Mandel
Directed By:
Denny Boyce
Unknown:
Jack Dorsey
Unknown:
Jackie Lee
Unknown:
Janie Marden
Piano:
Jack Nathan
Unknown:
Brian Poole
Unknown:
Barry Ryan
Produced By:
John Billingham
Produced By:
Doreen Davies
Unknown:
Denny Boyce

Fun, fact, and fiction with COLIN HAMILTON plus
THE RONNIE ALDRICH QUARTET
Script by Keith Harrison
Produced by PETER DUNCAN and DAVID O'CLEE

Contributors

Unknown:
Colin Hamilton
Script By:
Keith Harrison
Produced By:
Peter Duncan
Produced By:
David O'Clee

The World Cup Opening
Ceremony
SIR STANLEY Rous , C.B.E.
President of F.I.F.A. invites
Her Majesty The Queen to declare the series open
Scene described by ROBERT HUDSON
From the Empire Stadium

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Stanley Rous
Unknown:
Robert Hudson

Kenneth Connor in a police diversion involving
GRAHAM STARK . DERYCK GUYLER JOAN BENHAM , FREDERICK TREVES
Written by JOHN ESMONDE and BOB LARBEY
Produced by Edward Taylor

Contributors

Unknown:
Kenneth Connor
Unknown:
Graham Stark
Unknown:
Deryck Guyler
Unknown:
Joan Benham
Unknown:
Frederick Treves
Written By:
John Esmonde
Unknown:
Bob Larbey
Produced By:
Edward Taylor

The World Cup
ENGLAND v. URUGUAY
Commentary by ALAN CLARKE and BRIAN MOORE on the second half of tonight's opening match in the final rounds of the 1966 World Championship competition for the Jules Rimet trophy

Contributors

Commentary By:
Alan Clarke
Commentary By:
Brian Moore
Unknown:
Jules Rimet

Roger Moffat introduces
ERIC WINSTONE
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
JOHNNY WEBB
THE RONNIE PRICE QUARTET and guest stars
THE MICHAEL SAMMES SINGERS with tonight's record features BARBRA STREISAND and MANTOVANI and your midnight request spot
Produced by PAUL WILLIAMS
Eric Winstone and his Orchestra are at Butlin's Holiday Camp. Bognor Regis

Contributors

Introduces:
Roger Moffat
Unknown:
Eric Winstone
Unknown:
Johnny Webb
Singers:
Michael Sammes
Unknown:
Barbra Streisand
Produced By:
Paul Williams
Produced By:
Eric Winstone

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