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Cabaret Cartoons

Cartoons by Harry Rutherford, cabaret by Marietta and Rudy (dancers), Joe Adami (clown), Four Spallas (adagio), and Trudi Binar (Miss Czechoslovakia). The BBC Television Orchestra, conductor Hyam Greenbaum.
BBC Television

Cabaret Cartoons

Cartoons by Harry Rutherford
Cabaret by Paul Rollo with Earl and Carole (skaters), Levanda (foot juggler),
Bennett and Williams (comedians), O'Shea and Joan (tap dancers) and Trudi Binar (songs).
BBC Television

Cabaret Cartoons

Cartoons by Harry Rutherford
Cabaret by Peter Sinclair (Cock o' the North). Kathleen Moody (the singing starlet), Boyer and Ravel (dancing stars), Peggy Desmond (the pianist and composer), Levanda (foot juggler). Pat Frost (xylophone), Joe Adami (juggler), the Beverley Sisters (The Twins and Joy). Six Windmill Girls (from the Windmill Theatre). Omega Trio (acrobatic speciality). BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Frank Cantell.
BBC Television

Cabaret Cartoons

Cartoons by Harry Rutherford
Cabaret by: Pat Taylor (songs), Joe Adami (juggling clown), Marjorie Ralph (the Welsh accordionist), Robert Harbin (illusionist), Bobbie and Nornie Dwyer (dancers)
Pat Frost (xylophone), Petula Clark (the young singer), Rayinski (saxophone), Peter Sinclair (Cock o' the North), The Windmill Girls (from the Windmill Theatre), John Blore and his Dance Orchestra.
(to 16.00)
BBC Television

Cabaret Cartoons

Cartoons by Harry Rutherford
Cabaret by: Kathleen Moody (songs), Petula Clark (the young starlet), Jack Gordon (unicycle), Joe Adami (juggler), Jan Tors (comedy fiddler), Vernon Adcock (xylophone), Peter Sinclair (cock-o'-the-North), The Windmill Girls (from the Windmill Theatre), John Blore and his Dance Orchestra.
(to 16.00)
BBC Television

Cabaret Cartoons

Cartoons by Harry Rutherford
Cabaret by: Pat Taylor (songs), Joe Adami (juggling clown), Marjorie Ralph (the Welsh accordionist), Robert Harbin (illusionist), Bobbie and Nornie Dwyer (dancers),
Pat Frost (xylophone), Petula Clark (the young singer), Rayinski (saxophone), Peter Sinclair (Cock o' the North), The Windmill Girls (from the Windmill Theatre), John Blore and his Dance Orchestra
(Repeat Performance)
BBC Television

The Gay International Cabaret

Your table is reserved at The Gay International Cabaret
with Maitre d'Hotel Pere Auguste at your service.
l'Orchestre Pigalle conducted by Sydney Jerome.
BBC Television

Champions on Ice

A chance to see again the skills of the world's most exciting skaters.
An International Ice Cabaret
featuring
From Holland - Sjoukje Dijkstra, Ladies' Figure Skating Champion of the World
From Czechoslovakia - Eva and Pavel Roman, Ice Dance Champions of the World
From West Germany - Marika Kilius and Hans Jurgen Baumler Pair Skating Champions of the World
with Manfred Schnelldorfer, Champion of West Germany; Nicole Hassler, Ladies' Champion of France; Diana Clifton-Peach, British Ladies' Champion; Malcolm Cannon, British Men's Champion; Janet Sawbridge and David Hickinbottom, the leading Ice Dance Pair in Great Britain
An exciting blend of championship performances and cabaret skating specially staged for television at the Queen's Ice Skating Club, London.
Previously shown on October 10
BBC Television

The World Our Stage

An entertainment to celebrate the twenty-first anniversary of BBC Television.

Programme:

The Curtain's Rising
written by Alan Melville and Arthur Wilkinson.
[Starring] Shirley Eaton, Wendy Toye, Irving Davies Geraldo and his Orchestra

Twenty-One Years
[Starring] Ted Ray, Charlie Drake, Kenneth Connor

Cabaret Night in Paris
featuring Georges Guetary from an RTF studio in Paris.

The Man on a Balcony
Written by Andre de Launay.
[Starring] Peggy Cummins and Bob Monkhouse

Anniversary Toast
[Starring] Dickie Valentine with Bill Maynard

Outside Broadcasts
Variety from Germany
Burns and Allen on film from America
Line Renaud from Paris
Experimental Colour Television from Alexandra Palace
Sound Radio from 'Saturday Night on the Light' in Broadcasting House, London.

And Finale from the British Isles
'The Isle is full of noises' (composed for this programme by Benjamin Frankel)
Sung by A section of the Royal Choral Society in London
The Scottish Junior Singers in Edinburgh
The Treorchy Male Voice Choir in the Rhondda Valley
The Symphony Orchestra conducted by Eric Robinson
At 8.0
BBC Television

National Radio Show: Rooftop

You are invited to visit Television's own spectacular floor show
Star cast includes Henri Salvador, The great French cabaret artist; Max Miller, The cheeky chappie; Eve Club Girls with Helen Archer and Sheila Douglas; Celestial Sorcery; Cuban Carnival; and Star speciality acts.
The Television Toppers
BBC Television

Cabaret Quarter of an Hour

Bubbles Stewart in Impressions of Film Stars
Joan Cowley in Modern Dances
BBC Television

Cabaret

Sherkot, Silent Comic
O'shea and Joan, Dancers
Edward Cooper, Entertainer
Ernest Shannon, Impressions
Suzanne McClay, Diseuse
Marion and Irma, 'Symphony in Motion'
The Lucerne Skaters
BBC Television

Cabaret: An American in Paris

A choreographic interpretation by Bowyer and Ravell to the music of George Gershwin.
The BBC Television Orchestra
Leader, Boris Pecker
Conductor, Hyam Greenbaum
BBC Television

Cabaret

Mabel Scott, Singer of Modern Songs
Horace Kenney, Comedian
Molly Picon, in songs and impressions
The BBC Television Orchestra
Leader, Boris Pecker
Conductor, Hyam Greenbaum
BBC Television

Cabaret Quarter of an Hour

Freddie, Phyllis, and Anne Tap Dancers
Clarence Wright in Songs
BBC Television

Cabaret Quarter of an Hour

The Avalon Four Sensational Skaters
Googie Withers (By permission of Criterion Films) in Song and Dance
BBC Television

Cabaret

Teddy Brown, Xylophone
"An American in Paris" - A choreographic interpretation by Bowyer and Ravell to the music of George Gershwin
The BBC Television Orchestra
Leader, Boris Pecker
Conductor, Hyam Greenbaum






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