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1—' The Spoon'
A comedy by Martin Jordan
The scene : A London restaurant and South America
2-' Jennifer'
A dramatic episode by James Parish
Cast
The scene : A cave on the Cornish coast, after dark
3—'The Pedantic Phantom '
A comedy by Maurice Al R. Horspool, from the story ' Perez ' by W. L. George
The scene: In London, on board an Atlantic liner, and in Mexico
The programme produced by Cecil McGivem

Contributors

Comedy By:
Martin Jordan
Comedy By:
Maurice Al
Unknown:
W. L. George
Produced By:
Cecil McGivem
The Diner:
Charles Wilkinson
His Wife:
Janet Taylor
Mischam:
Alan Kew
Blair:
W E Balmer
Miguel Sebastian y Maneyos:
Nicholas Robson
Vincente Yanez Pinzon:
Thomas Rutherford
Crespid:
William March
Smith:
R C Farrage
Robert:
Charles Wilkinson
Edward, his brother:
W E Balmer
Mr Warlingham, a novelist:
A. 0. Terry
Miss Medhurst, his secretary:
Janet Taylor
Withers, his manservant:
Jack Todd
Perez, his hero:
Charles Wilkinson

Presented by Ernest Binns, in conjunction with Will A. Jackson with Mark Sheridan; Elva Ledson; Freddie Frinton; Jean Shaw; Clifford Deri; Isabel Barrie; Don Gemmell; Gwen Ritchie; Bobbie Nelson; Jack Desborough; Monica and Nesta from the New Pavilion, Redcar and 'THE LITTLE THEATRE CABARET'
Under the direction of Harry Tollfree with Tom Hammerton; Richard Stone; Tom Kennedy; Julian Oakley; Sara Gregory; Diana Marshall; Hilda Jackson; Betty Glover; Harry Tollfree from the Little Theatre, Saltburn

Contributors

Presented By:
Ernest Binns
Unknown:
Will A. Jackson
Unknown:
Mark Sheridan
Unknown:
Elva Ledson
Unknown:
Freddie Frinton
Unknown:
Jean Shaw
Unknown:
Clifford Deri
Unknown:
Isabel Barrie
Unknown:
Don Gemmell
Unknown:
Gwen Ritchie
Unknown:
Bobbie Nelson
Unknown:
Jack Desborough
Unknown:
Tom Hammerton
Unknown:
Richard Stone
Unknown:
Tom Kennedy
Unknown:
Julian Oak
Unknown:
Sara Gregory
Unknown:
Diana Marshall
Unknown:
Hilda Jackson
Unknown:
Betty Glover
Unknown:
Harry Tollfree

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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