Cicely Courtneidge and Jack Hulbert with Nicholas Parsons , Colin Thomas
Ronnie Barker , Patricia Hayes
Colin Horsley , Louise Traill
The George Mitchell Choir
BBC Variety Orchestra (Leader. John Jezard )
Conductor. Paul Fenoulhet
Continuity and Ted Ray 's sketch by Terry Nation and John Junkin
' Pocket Theatre ' written by Jeremy Bullmore
Produced by Alastair Scott-Johnston
(Cicely Courtneidge is in ' The Bride and the Bachelor ' at the Duchess Theatre, London)
A spontaneous discussion by THE RT. HON.
QUINTIN HOGG M.P. ,
JEREMY THORPE , M.P.
Travelling Question-Master, FREDDY GRISEWOOD
Produced by MICHAEL BOWEN
From the College of Further Education, Chichester, Sussex
Last Friday's broadcast in the Light Programme
Introduced by Leslie Mitchell with the following recorded items:
Film Families: hostess, Jeanne Heal
' The Way to the Stars Nicholas Brodszky on Music for the Movies
A visit to the set of 'Scream in the Night,' a Val Guest production at Southall Studios, including interviews with Margaret Rutherford , Frankie Howerd , and Petula Clark
Excerpts from the sound-track of the Group Three production 'Background,' starring Valerie Hobsom, Philip Friend, and Norman Wooland. with Janette Scott, Mandy Miller, and Jeremy Spenser
Script written by Michael Storm
Produced by Pat Osborne
For Children of Most Ages
' Sang Kanchil '
First of a series of Jungle Tales retold by Sonny Menon
5.10 ' Simon '
A serial play in four parts dramatised by Felix Felton from the book by Rosemary Sutcliff
1-' A Toast to the King '
Violinist, Merle-Mary Barnes
Produced by Mollie Austin
Rosemary Sutcliff writes on page 32
5.50 Children's Hour prayers
Conducted by Canon J. N. Duckworth
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