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Light Programme

London Mirror

A programme designed to reflect international, Commonwealth and United Kingdom artists appearing currently before London audiences
What's New in the Theatre
The Song of the Week
Record Event
London Cabaret
An extract from
' Riquet with the Tuft ' at the Players' Theatre with Joan Sterndale Bennett
John Heawood , Sheila Burnett and a collection of other items
Introduced by Wilfrid Thomas with the Bill Shepherd Singers and the BBC Revue Orchestra Leader. Julien Gaillard
Conducted by Malcolm Lockyer Produced by Trafford Whitelock
BBC General Overseas Service recording
Light Programme

London Mirror

Reflecting international. Commonwealth and United Kingdom artists appearing currently before London audiences
What's New in the Theatre ?
The Song of the Week
Record Event
London Cabaret
Guest Stars including
Joan Carlyle and Andre Turp in an excerpt from La Boheme
Iris Villiers as Snow White and a collection of other items
Introduced by Wilfrid Thomas with the Bill Shepherd Singers and the BBC Revue Orchestra Leader, Julien Gaillard
Conducted by Malcolm Lockyer Produced by Trafford Whitelock
BBC General Overseas Service recording
Light Programme

London Mirror

A programme designed to reflect international, Commonwealth, and United Kingdom artists appearing currently before London audiences
What's New in the Theatre
Including
Janet Waters, Ted Rogers and Bill Newman in an excerpt from
Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella at the Adelphi Theatre, London
The Song of the Week
Record Event
London Cabaret with guest stars,
The Andrews Sisters and a collection of other items
Introduced by Wilfrid Thomas with the Bill Shepherd Singers and the BBC Revue Orchestra Leader, Julien Gaillard
Conducted by Malcolm Lockyer Produced by Trafford Whitelock
BBC General Overseas Service recording
Light Programme

WOMAN'S HOUR

including
Guest of the Week: Leslie Farrer -Brown, Director of the Nuffield Foundation
Jo and his Chessmen: Amalia Magri 's picture of a Continental cabaret boss
Dropping In on a Home Decoration Course arranged for members of the retail trade
Help wanted-lor the future: Anne Reade tells of her efforts to teach a Shona girl housework How to use a Solicitor: Pamela Deedes , herself a solicitor, gives some hints
Serial: Desperate Remedies' by Thomas Hardy
Abridged by Donald Bancroft
Read by Richard Hurndall
The fifth of fourteen instalments
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
(The third item is recorded)
Light Programme

Flat Racing Results followed until 5.30 by HOLIDAY CABARET

with Henry Krein and the Montmartre Players
Renata, William Davies and Freddie Phillips
Introduced by Tim Gudgin
Produced by John Fawcett Wilson
Light Programme

News Summary FIRESIDE CABARET

Henry Krein and the Montmartre Players with Renata
Sidney Bright at the piano Introduced by Joy Worth
Light Programme

News Summary FIRESIDE CABARET

Henry Krein and the Montmartre Players with Renata
Sidney) Bright at the piano
Introduced by Joy Worth
Light Programme

News Summary FIRESIDE CABARET

Henry Krein and the Montmartre Players with Renata
Sidney Bright at the piano
Introduced by Joy Worth
Light Programme

News Summary FIRESIDE CABARET

Henry Krein and the Montmartre Players with Renata
Sidney Bright at the piano
Introduced by Joy Worth
Light Programme

News Summary FIRESIDE CABARET

Henry Krein and the Montmartre Players with Renata and Sidney Bright at the piano
Introduced by Joy Worth
Light Programme

News Summary FIRESIDE CABARET

Henry Krein and the Montmartre Players with Renata Bright and Sidney Bright at the piano
Introduced by Joy Worth
Light Programme

News Summary FIRESIDE CABARET

Henry Krein and the Montmartre Players with Renata and Sidney Bright at the piano Introduced by Joy Worth
Light Programme

News Summary FIRESIDE CABARET

Henry Krein and the Montmartre Players with Renata and Sidney Bright at the piano
Introduced by Joy Worth
Light Programme

News Summary FIRESIDE CABARET

Henry Krein and the Montmartre Players with Renata and Sidney Bright at the piano
Introduced by Joy Worth
Light Programme

News Summary FIRESIDE CABARET

Henry Krein and the Montmartre Players with Renata and Sidney Bright at the piano
Introduced by Joy Worth
Light Programme

News Summary Joy Worth introduces FIRESIDE CABARET

with Henry Krein and the Montmartre Players
Renata and Sidney Bright at the piano
Light Programme

News Summary Joy Worth introduces FIRESIDE CABARET

with Henry Krein and the Montmartre Players
Renata and Sidney Bright at the piano
Light Programme

News Summary Joy Worth introduces FIRESIDE CABARET

with Henry Krein and the Montmartre Players
Renata and Sidney Bright at the piano
Light Programme

WOMAN'S HOUR

A Bed for Christmas: Nancy Cadwell recollects
Out of the News: involving a topic of interest
Cabaret in Paris: Amalia Magri remembers a Christmas Eve
Who Reads What and Why: 3-Nancy Spain visits a general hospital
From the Christmas Mailbag: Friends of Woman's Hour overseas send greetings Serial: ' Arctic Bride ' by Wanda Neill Tolboon
Abridged by Honor Wyatt
Read by Helen Horton
The fourth of six instalments
Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
News Summary at 2.30






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