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Script by Jill Hyem
Last Friday's broadcast
Mrs. Dale has been persuaded to spend a week in Paris with Sally. and Flora has come to stay in her absence-to the relief of Dr. Dale and Mrs. Freeman. Bob has agreed to let Jago live in the stables at the Shelling during the winter. ' Bomber ' and Judy's foster child, Martin Crofts , has begun to settle down after a rather sticky beginning. Mrs. Freeman postponed her eye appointment, and has confided to Flora that she is worried about what the optician may tind.

Contributors

Script By:
Jill Hyem
Unknown:
Martin Crofts

The Best in Pop from
THE RAY MACVAY SOUND
Patsy Jones Joe Fagan plus this week's quests PAUL and BARRY RYAN THE ROCKIN' BERRIES ADRIENNE POSTA
Introduced by BARRY ALLDIS
Produced by Keith Bateson
The Ray MacVay Band is appearing at the Hammersmith Palais. London

Contributors

Unknown:
Patsy Jones
Unknown:
Joe Fagan
Unknown:
Barry Ryan
Introduced By:
Barry Alldis
Produced By:
Keith Bateson

from Scotland
Introduced by NANCY MITCHELL
Scottish Guest:
Dr. HENRY HAVERGAL , Principal of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music, interviewed by ELSIE RUSSELL
So Far So Good: EDITH RUDDICK recalls a Jewish childhood in the Kingdom of Fife
A Place to Think: NANCY FOTH-ERINGHAM investigates a scheme by which unmarried mothers-to-be work away from home as au pair girls
What Kate Did: KATE EVANS , election agent, actress, friend of suffragettes and Ivor Novello , talks to FIONA THORBURN FRASER
Because What's There?: NETTA
MARTIN discusses women on expeditions with two who were Le Grand Meaulnes
ALAIN-FOURNIER'S book, abridged by Honor Wyatt
Read by Alan Badel
First of eight instalments

Contributors

Introduced By:
Nancy Mitchell
Unknown:
Dr. Henry Havergal
Interviewed By:
Elsie Russell
Unknown:
Edith Ruddick
Unknown:
Kate Evans
Talks:
Ivor Novello
Unknown:
Fiona Thorburn Fraser
Abridged By:
Honor Wyatt
Read By:
Alan Badel

Paul Hollingdale introduces a daily delivery of popular records with studio guests
DAVE BERRY AND the CRUISERS
THE ALAN ELSDON JAZZ BAND
THE STRAWBERRY HILL BOYS
THE Rich BONO TRIO
THE Tony EVANS BAND
THE MIKE SMITH BAND including some instrumental music from the Swingalong Tune Shop and a round of records
Produced by Jeff GRIFFIN

Contributors

Introduces:
Paul Hollingdale
Unknown:
Dave Berry
Produced By:
Jeff Griffin

with Tim Brinton for news, views, and music featuring
THE GRAHAM DALLEY SEXTET with ALAN HEMUS and some choice L.P.s and singles
Script by Tony Aspler
Produced by BRIAN WILLEY
The Graham Dalley Sextet with Alan Hemus is at The Barn Restaurant. Hockley Heath, near Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown:
Tim Brinton
Unknown:
Graham Dalley
Unknown:
Alan Hemus
Script By:
Tony Aspler
Produced By:
Brian Willey
Unknown:
Graham Dalley Sextet
Unknown:
Alan Hemus

by Arnold Bennett adapted for broadcasting by OLIVIA MANNING
7: The Great Newspaper War
Denrv tires of journalism and looks to his private life
Other parts played by George Woolley , Marjorie Cooper Jackie Clarke. Harold Horton and boys from the Middleport
County Secondary School, Burslem
Produced bv ANTHONY CORNISH in the BBC's Midland studios
Broadcast Nov. 12. 1964 (Home)

Contributors

Unknown:
Arnold Bennett
Broadcasting By:
Olivia Manning
Played By:
George Woolley
Played By:
Marjorie Cooper
Played By:
Jackie Clarke.
Played By:
Harold Horton
Unknown:
Anthony Cornish
Denry:
Graham Armitage
Mrs Machin:
Alison Bayley
Councillor Cotterill:
Owen Berry
Mrs Cotterill:
Peggy Hughes
Nellie:
Valerie Kirkbright
Ruth:
Ysanne Churchman
Myson:
Basil Jones
Swetnam:
Brian Drakeford

Leslie Mitchell introduces a programme of music for everybody with STEPHANIE Vost
EDWARD BYLES
EILEEN BROSTER and the BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA Leader. Arthur Leaving
Conductor, MARCUS DODS
Produced by Elizabeth Johnson

Contributors

Introduces:
Leslie Mitchell
Unknown:
Stephanie Vost
Unknown:
Edward Byles
Unknown:
Eileen Broster
Conductor:
Marcus Dods
Produced By:
Elizabeth Johnson

The Wonder Show starring Angus Prune co-starring
Tim BROOKE-TAYLOR
JOHN CLEESE , David HATCH
Jo KENDALL , and BILL ODDIE and featuring
THE DAVE LEE GROUP
Produced by Humphrey Barclay
Repeated: Saturday, 2.0 p.m.

Contributors

Unknown:
Tim Brooke-Taylor
Unknown:
John Cleese
Unknown:
David Hatch
Unknown:
Jo Kendall
Unknown:
Bill Oddie
Produced By:
Humphrey Barclay

in the company of Roger Moffat who introduces
KEN MACKINTOSH and HIS ORCHESTRA with SHIRLEY WESTERN and KENNY BARDELL
TONY OSBORNE AND HIS Orchestra
The Roy MARSH QUARTET and guest star: LAURA LEE
Tonight's stars on disc include THE LETTERMEN and JOHNNY MATHIS
Your eleven o'clock and midnight request spots and Showtime!
Produced by PAUL WILLIAMS
Ken Mackintosh and his Orchestra are at the Empire Ballroom, Leicester Square, London

Contributors

Unknown:
Roger Moffat
Unknown:
Ken MacKintosh
Unknown:
Kenny Bardell
Unknown:
Tony Osborne
Unknown:
Roy Marsh
Unknown:
Johnny Mathis
Produced By:
Paul Williams
Produced By:
Ken MacKintosh

JON CURLE with swinging sounds from
THr. TOMMY WHITTLE Quartet Jo SEARLE and some recordings
Produced by Steve Allen

Contributors

Unknown:
Jon Curle
Unknown:
Tommy Whittle Quartet
Unknown:
Jo Searle
Produced By:
Steve Allen

Light Programme

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