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Light Programme

'THE WATER BABIES'

Carleton Hobbs recalls memories of this favourite story in a picture story by Muriel Levy based on Charles Kingsley 's book with incidental music specially composed by Henry Reed
Jane Lamb , Lyn Courtney Clear and Cool' sung by Patricia Varley with the London Studio Players
Conducted by Henry Reed
Production by Charles Beardsall
Light Programme

THE VIC OLIVER SHOW

featuring Slim Allan , Stephen Jack , Yvonne Manners , June Manton , Kenneth Neate, and two well-known guests, and starring Vic Oliver and his Concert Orchestra. Script by Ray Sonin. Produced by Henry Reed
Light Programme

Musical Theatre of the Air-6 Binnic Hale and Sonnie Hale in 'LUCKY IN LOVE'

An original musical farce by Ted Kavanagh , with lyrics by Terry Stanford and music by Jack Strachey
BBC Revue Chorus and the augmented Dance Orchestra, under the direction of Stanley Black. Produced by Henry Reed.
Light Programme

Musical Theatre of the Air-ll Jan van der Gucht and Lorely Dyer in ' THE BLACK TULIP'

A musical play based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas , adapted for broadcasting by Ingram d'Abbes. Lyrics by Eric Maschwitz. Music and production by Henry Reed
Augmented BBC Revue Chorus and augmented BBC Revue Orchestra, under the direction of Frank Cantell . Orchestrations by Arthur Wilkinson
The action of the play takes place in Holland: the year. 1672
Act 1: The house and garden of Cornelius van Baerle at Dort, and the Buitenhof Prison at the Hague. Act 2: The castle prison of Loevestein, three months later. Act 3: The Palace, Haarlem, and the Stadthaus Square (The Festival of the Tulips)
Light Programme

' ALL-STAR SHOW '

A cavalcade of music by artists who have appeared in the Light Programme during 1946
Anne Ziegler and Webster Booth
Anne Shelton
Rawicz and Landauer
Dorothy Squires accompanied by Billy Reid
Sam Browne and Mary Naylor
Raymond Newell
The Four Ramblers
Jean Cavall
Benny Lee
Albert Sandier and his Trio and Louis Levy and his Orchestra
The programme introduced by John Watt and presented by Henry Reed
Light Programme

'THE GAY 'NINETIES REVUE!'

A Sparkling' Entertainment suitable for Ladies and Gentlemen of All Ages. Including Ballads, Humorour and Dramatic Monologues, and Comic Songs
Beryl Orde David Davie * Sylvia Robin Bill Fraser
Augmented BBC Revue Orchestra
Conducted by Frank Cantell
Devised by E. W. Kent
Produced by Henry Reed
Light Programme

'THE GAY 'NINETIES REVUE!'

A Sparkling Entertainment suitable for Ladies and Gentlemen of All Ages. Including Ballads, Humorous and Dramatic Monologues, and Comic Songs
Beryl Orde David Davies
Sylvia Robin Bill Fraser
Chorus and BBC Variety Orchestra: conductor, Rae Jenkins. Devised bv E. W. Kent. Produced by Henry Reed
Light Programme

' THE GAY 'NINETIES REVUE!'

A Sparkling Entertainment suitable for Ladies and Gentlemen of All Ages. Including Ballads, Humorous and Dramatic Monologues, and Comic Songs
Beryl Orde David Davies
Sylvia Robin Bill Fraser
Chorus and BBC Variety Orchestra: conductor, Rae Jenkins. Devised by E. W . Kent . Produced by Henry Reed
Light Programme

'THE GAY 'NINETIES REVUE!'

A Sparkling Entertainment suitable for Ladies and Gentlemen of All Ages. Including Ballads, Humorous and Dramatic Monologues, and Comic Songs
Beryl Orde David Davies
Sylvia Robin Bill Fraser
This week only
Percy Albert
BBC Revue Chorus and Orchestra: conductor, Frank Cantell
Devised by E. W . Kent
Produced by Henry Reed
Light Programme

'TAKE A NOTE, MR. BROWN'

A radio comedy by Mabbie Poole. Produced by Henry Reed
Light Programme

' THE GAY 'NINETIES REVUE!'

A Sparkling Entertainment suitable for Ladies and Gentlemen of All Ages. Including Ballads, Humorous and Dramatic Monologues, and Comic Songs
Beryl Orde David Davies
Sylvia Robin Bill Fraser
Chorus and BBC Variety Orchestra: conductor Rae Jenkins. Devised by E. W. Kent . Produced by Henry Reed
Light Programme

THE GAY 'NINETIES REVUE!'

A Sparkling Entertainment suitable for Ladies and Gentlemen of All Ages. Including Ballads, Humorous and Dramatic Monologues, and Comic Songs
Beryl Orde David Davies
Sylvia Robin Bill Fraser
Chorus and BBC Variety Orchestra Conductor, Rae Jenkins
Devised by E. W . Kent
Produced by Henry Reed
Light Programme

' THE GAY 'NINETIES REVUE'

A Sparkling Entertainment suitable for Ladies and Gentlemen of All Ages. Including Ballads, Humorous and Dramatic Monologues, and Comic Songs
Beryl Orde David Davies
Sylvia Robin Bill Fraser
This week only: Middleton Woods
BBC Revue Chorus and Orchestra: conductor. Frank Cantell. Devised by E. W. Kent. Produced by Henry Reed
Light Programme

'THE GAY 'NINETIES REVUE!'

A Sparkling Entertainment suitable for Ladies and Gentlemen of All Ages. Including Ballads, Humorous and Dramatic Monologues, and Comic Songs
Beryl Orde David Davies
Sylvia Robin Bill Fraser
This week only: Tod Slaughter
BBC Revue Chorus and Orchestra: conductor, Frank Cantell
Devised by E. W. Kent
Produced by Henry Reed
Light Programme

' THE GAY 'NINETIES REVUE!'

A Sparkling Entertainment suitable for Ladies and Gentlemen of All Ages. Including Ballads, Humorous and Dramatic Monologues, and Comic Songs Beryl Orde
David Davies
Sylvia Robin Bill Fraser
This week only:
Bransby Williams
BBC Revue Chorus and Orchestra: conductor, Frank Cantell. Devised by E. W. Kent . Produced by Henry Reed
Light Programme

Howard Marion-Crawford and James McKechnie in ' SORRELL AND SON '

by Warwick Deeping Dramatised for radio as a serial in nine parts by John Watt
Produced by Ayton Whitaker
Part 1
Music specially eomposed by Henry Reed and played by a section of the BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Rae Jenkins
Light Programme

Howard Marion-Crawford and James McKechnie in ' SORRELL AND SON '

by Warwick Deeping
Dramatised for radio as a- serial in nine parts by John Watt
Part 3
Music specially composed by Henry Reed and played by a section of the BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Rae Jenkins
Produced by Ayton Whitaker
Light Programme

Howard Marion-Crawford and James McKcchnie in ' SORRELL AND SON'

by Warwick Deeping Dramatised for radio as a serial by John Watt
Part7
Music specially composed by Henry Reed and played by a section of the BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Rae Jenkins
Produced by.Ayton Whitaker
Light Programme

Howard Marion-Crawford and James McKcchnie in ' SORRELL AND SON '

by Warwick Deeping
Dramatised for radio as a serial in nine parts by John Watt
Part 5
(Continued in next column)
Music specially composed by Henry Reed and played by a section of the BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Rae Jenkins
Produced by Ayton Whitaker
Light Programme

Howard Marion-Crawford and James McKechnie in 'SORRELL AND SON'

by Warwick Deeping
Dramatised for radio as a serial in nine parts by John Watt
(Continued in next column)
Part 2
Other parts played by Stanley Groome and Bryan Powley
Music specially composed by Henry Reed and played by a section of the BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Rae Jenkins
Produced by Ayton Whitaker






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