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with BERNARD HERRMANN and the N.D.O.
JOHNNY DE LITTLE
THE MAL CRAIG THREE THE TRAD LADS SANDRA STEVENS
This week's guests KEN DODD
THE PEDDLERS
Introduced by RAT MOORE
Produced by John Wilcox
Sandra Stevens Is appearing with Les Nocturnes at Tiffany's. Manchester

Contributors

Unknown:
Bernard Herrmann
Unknown:
Sandra Stevens
Introduced By:
Rat Moore
Produced By:
John Wilcox
Produced By:
Sandra Stevens

Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
Out of the News: involving a topic of interest
At Home: MARJORIE ANDERSON visits LA BARONNE DE COURCEL, wife of the French Ambassador, in Kensington Palace Gardens
A Night In the Alps:
BERTRAND SMITH , who missed the last train of the day down the mountain, recalls a grim ordeal
Reading Your Letters
Contraceptives:
DR. ELEANOR MEARS explains the advantages and drawbacks of the newer methods
ANNA MASSEY reads Anne Sullivan Macy by NELLA BRADDY
Third of nine Instalment*

Contributors

Introduced By:
Marjorie Anderson
Unknown:
Marjorie Anderson
Unknown:
Bertrand Smith
Unknown:
Dr. Eleanor Mears
Unknown:
Anne Sullivan MacY

BOB HOLNESS introduces a daily delivery of popular music with studio guests
THE FORTUNES
THE WEDGWOODS
MONTY SUNSHINE AND his BAND with VAL WISEMAN
THE ZACK LAURENCE TRIO
THE CHRIS ALLEN BAND
THE JACK DORSEY BAND
Including some Instrumental music from the SwinKalonK Tune Shop and a round of records
Produced by Jeff Griffin

Contributors

Introduces:
Bob Holness
Unknown:
Val Wiseman
Unknown:
Zack Laurence
Unknown:
Chris Allen
Unknown:
Jack Dorsey
Produced By:
Jeff Griffin

DESMOND CARRINGTON introduces sound-track from films, old and new, featuring Flicker Flashback
Show Piece
Academy Award Winner
Disneyland
The Odd Spot
Happy Birthday
Cutting Room Floor
Film Requests
Produced by Richard Willcox

Contributors

Introduces:
Desmond Carrington
Produced By:
Richard Willcox

Stories set in the Northern Territory of Australia
Written for radio by ANTHONY SCOTT VEITCH and MAURICE TRAVERS
The Crow-Strangler
Sergeant Adam Strang and Police-woman Maisie Franklin go on a man-hunt stretching from the cotton fields of Australia's far North across the Queensland border to the coast of the Great Barrier Reef. And behind the man-hunt. Inevitably, there is a woman.
Produced by JOHN FAWCETT WILSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Anthony Scott Veitch
Unknown:
Maurice Travers
Unknown:
Sergeant Adam Strang
Unknown:
Maisie Franklin
Produced By:
John Fawcett Wilson
Sergeant Adam Strang:
Charles Tingwell
Constable Michael Dawson:
Brian McDermott
Mardie Strang:
Gwenda Wilson
Lightning:
Charles Haggith
Maisie Franklin:
Davilia O'Connor
Fran Messenger:
Betty McDowell
Ray Messenger:
Edwin Richfield
John Armstrong:
Lloyd Lamble
Air Hostess:
Monica Maughan

Music from Stage and Screen sung by DOREEN HUME JOAN SAVAGE and PETER REGAN
Introduced by SEAN KELLY
Written by Frank Salter and featuring
THE RADIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by MALCOLM LOCKYER
Produced by Michael Shrimpton
Peter Regan Is appearing In 'CharlieGirl'attheAdelpbi Theatre, London

Contributors

Sung By:
Doreen Hume
Unknown:
Peter Regan
Introduced By:
Sean Kelly
Written By:
Frank Salter
Conducted By:
Malcolm Lockyer
Produced By:
Michael Shrimpton
Produced By:
Peter Regan

A radio correspondence column in which listeners add their comments to views expressed in last Friday's Any Questionsr from Bristol
Introduced by FREDDY GRISEWOOD
Produced by Michael Bowen

Contributors

Introduced By:
Freddy Grisewood
Produced By:
Michael Bowen

with Geoffrey Wheeler who introduces
CONNY VAN BERGEN
BOB BRITTON
THE MIDNIGHT STRINGS
OF THE RADIO ORCHESTRA and THE RADIO DANCE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by PAUL FENOULHET ALEX WELSH AND his BAND and some late-night records including tonight's featured L.P. Nat King Cole sings and The George Shearing Quintet plays
Produced by JOHN BILLINGHAM

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoffrey Wheeler
Unknown:
Conny van Bergen
Unknown:
Bob Britton
Conducted By:
Paul Fenoulhet
Conducted By:
Alex Welsh
Produced By:
John Billingham

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More