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Jim Reeves Christmas Radio Show

Jim Reeves was one of the best of the "Nashville Sound" style country and western singers. His fame was widespread, not only in the USA, but also in Britain, India, Scandanavia and South Africa. Born in 1923 in Panola County, Texas, Jim after college began to pursue a professional baseball career but was sidelined by an injury to his leg while a pitcher with the Houston Buffaloes. He also for a brief period was a full-time radio announcer. He began his recording career in 1945, and also composed his own songs. The peak of his career came in late 1959-early 1960 with the success of the single "He'll Have To Go", which reached number 2 in the U.S. hit record charts and number 12 in Britain, ultimately reaching three million in sales. After his success he made successful tours of the U.S., Scandinavia and South Africa.

Jim Reeves Christmas Radio Show.mp3

The Lady from the Sea by Henrik Ibsen


Translated by Ann Jellicoe, Henrik Ibsen's classic drama of Ellida, who after a torrid affair with a sailor has settled for marriage to a kind,
elderly doctor. But the sailor returns....
The action of the play takes place during a summer in the 1880s in a small town on a fiord in northern Norway.   

Margaret Leighton and John Clements with Robert Ayres, Michael Gwynn and Richard Fasco 
Produced By: Charles Lefeaux

Third Programme, 19 September 1961  20.00
11-08-17 

The Lady from the Sea by Henrik Ibsen.mp3

SNT - The Best Baby by William Andrew (1978)


With Gwyneth Guthrie, Diana Olsson and Finlay Welsh 

 'Twenty years ago my baby brother was kidnapped and abandoned on a hillside. The police asked a lot of questions of a lot of people but we never did find out who did it. Leave it alone, will you. No one can possibly find the answer now!' 

 Directed By: Gordon Emslie BBC Scotland

Pauline Browning: -Sheila Donald
Sylvia Dunn: Diana Olsson
a child: Marry Rrigans: Barrie
Emma Forrest: Gwyneth Guthrie
Peter Forrest: Finlay Welsh
Barrie Browning: Robert Trotter
Colin Teviot: Tom Cotcher
Dorothy: Isobel Gardne 

 Saturday-Night Theatre
BBC Radio 4 FM, 14 January 1978 20.30