Including at 12.30 (Stereo)
Dick Barton - Special Agent
Last episode of the famous daily thriller serial with Noel Johnson , John Mann and Alex McCrindle in their original parts of Dick, Snowey and Jock
Scripts by EDWARD J. MASON
Arranged for stereo In ten episodes and produced by RAYMOND RAIKES
Cast in order of speaking:
Other parts GEOFFREY COLLINS
(Noel Johnson is in 'Crown Matrimonial' at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket; Geoffrey Collins in 'Gone With the Wind' at the Drury Lane Theatre, London)
Including at 12.30: Dick Barton - Special Agent: Episode 1
This was the first story of Dick Barton ever to be broadcast. It ran from Monday 7 October to Friday 1 November, in 1946. This revival, in stereo, stars Noel Johnson, John Mann, Alex McCrindle and Derek Birch.
Scripts by Edward J. Mason
Arranged for stereo in ten episodes and produced by Raymond Raikes
(Noel Johnson is in "Crown Matrimonial" at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London) (Repeated: tonight, 6.15 pm)
(Radio's Clean-Living Hero: p3)
Peter Howell and Heron Carvic in The Peaceful People
The second of twenty plays by Michael Gilbert
Mr. Behrens and Mr. Calder belong to a very secret organisation headed by Mr. Fortescue-an organisation even more secret, and apparently more deadly, than the celebrated M.I.5.
Produced by NESTA PAIN
No. 3: next Monday, 8.15 p.m.
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