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Curtain Up! The Black King

By Anthony Armstrong
[Starring] Howard Marion-Crawford
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News Summary; A Knife in the Sun: 1: On the Way to Murder

A new holiday mystery serial in six parts, written for radio by Giles Cooper.
from the novel 'Tour de Force' by Christianna Brand.

[Starring] Norman Wooland
(BBC recording)
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at 7.30 this evening
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Ambrose In Paris: 1: The Buddhas of Chiang Rai

A serial thriller in eight episodes by Philip Levene.
[Starring] Nigel Patrick with Janette Richer and Colin Gordon.
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Ambrose in Paris: 1 : The Buddhas of Chiang Rai

A serial thriller in eight episodes by Philip Levene.

(Recorded broadcast of July 27, 1958)
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Rita Vale and Malcolm Hayes in 'THE KING'S GENERAL'

by Daphne du Maurier
Adapted for broadcasting by Rex Rienits
4—' Invasion '
(Continued in next column)
Produced by David H. Godfrey
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by W. Somerset Maugham. Adapted for radio by Peter Peveril. Produced by Neil Tuson
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or 'The Case of Adelaide Bartlett '
A radio reconstruction by Robert Gore Browne
Produced by Ayton Whitaker
Also Gwynneth Cooper , Eddy Reed , David Kossoff , Frank Atkinson , Barbara Leake. Katherine Page , Charles Mortimer. Stanley Groome , George Owen , Donald Gray , Gordon James , and Preston Lockwood
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Frank Tickle a* Julius Winkel in 'THE MAN FROM HATTON GARDEN'

The last adventure in the series about precious stones, written by Charles Hatton , based on the true experiences of Louis Kornitzer
Produced by Cleland Finn
6 — ' The Conway Sapphires '
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by Nicolai Gogol. Adapted for broadcasting by Joan Littlewood from the translation by Constance Garnett. Produced by Howard Rose
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by Norman Edwards
Plays produced by Neil Tuson
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* Death in the Jungle'
Omnibus edition. Music composed by Kenneth Pakeman Script by Basil Dawson. Editing by Neil Tuson. Produced by Cameron McClure
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ADVENTURE UNLIMITED' ' Death in the Jungle'

Omnibus edition. Script by Basil Dawson. Serial edited and produced by Neil Tuson
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'Death in the Jungle'
Omnibus edition. Music composed by Kenneth Pakeman. Script by Basil Dawson. Serial edited and produced by Neil Tuson
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Omnibus edition
Script by Edward J. Mason
Produced by Charles Lefeaux
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Monday Matinee Griffith Jones and Denise Bryer in 'THE MOONRAKER'

by Arthur Watkyn
Adapted for radio by Mollie Greenhalgh
Characters in order of speaking:
Scene: An inn on Windwhistle Hill in Southern England, in the winter of 1651 Produced by Donald McWhinnie
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Curtain Up! presents A Trio of Thrillers 2—James McKechnie in 'DISPUTED BARRICADE'

by Henry Gibbs
Adapted for broadcasting by Rex Rienits
Other parts played by Rosamund Greenwood. Geoffrey Bond
Virginia Winter
Produced by Cleland Finn

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