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Nelson Keys in: Intimate Cabaret

with Reine Paulet in Continental Songs
At the piano: Evel Burns
The BBC Television Orchestra, leader Boris Pecker, conductor Hyam Greenbaum.
(to 16.00)
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

with Afrique, in Impressions, and Reine Paulet, in Songs.
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

with Frederic Harris (conjuror), La Marques (dancer), Bennett and Williams (comedians), and Trudi Binar (in songs), accompanied by Evel Burns and Gilbert Webster.
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

with A.C. Astor, ventriloquist; The Helena Trio, adagio dancers; Shaun McAlister, conjuror; Desardo Duo, skaters; Clifford Stanton, impressions; Bruno Hoffmann, music from glasses.
(to 22.00)
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

[Starring] Stanley Holloway
(Details as Monday, 9.10)
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

[Starring] Stanley Holloway, with The Fayre Four, instrumental speciality, Donald Stuart, juggler.
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

with Leonard Henry (comedian) and Eric Cardi (conjuror) (of the Gay Parade, Pier Pavilion, Worthing) with Evel Burns (pianoforte).

This afternoon's programme has been designed as far as possible for the younger viewer.
(to 16.00)
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

[Starring] Tommy Handley
with La Marques (Spanish dances), Eve Lister (songs), Frederic Harris (conjuror), Bennett and Williams (comedians) accompanied by Jim Hands, pianoforte Tom Webster, drums
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

with Cantu (The Mexican Magician), Oliver Wakefield (The Voice of Inexperience), Trudi Binar (songs)
At the piano, Evel Burns
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

with Oliver Wakefield (comedian), Irene Prador (songs), Lucille and Frank (dancers).
(to 22.20)
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

with Dela Lipinskaya Russian diseuse
Bennett and Williams comedians
At the piano, Jim Hands
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

with Cyril Fletcher (comedian), Frederic Harris (conjuror), Darvell and Shires (dancers), and Billy Mayerl.
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

with Cyril Fletcher, comedian and Jane Carr and Marianne Davis (songs at the piano)
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

with Irene Prador (songs), Jan Tors (comedy fiddler) and Don Marino Barreto's Cubans.
Accompanied by Tom Webster (drums)
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

With Paul Rollo, Earle and Carole (skaters), Jan Tors (eccentric violinist), La Marques (dancer), Bennett and Williams (comedians), and Trudi Binar (Miss Czechoslovakia). Accompanied by Evel Burns and Gilbert Webster.
(to 16.00)






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