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Take It from Here
Last Edited: 28-Mar-2007
This document is a reformatting of Martin Hood’s web document accompanying the GBCC Revision A distribution. An online copy of the source web document can be found at http://members.ozemail.com.au/~martinhood/TIFH-index.htm Sources used to compile that document are noted within it, with particular gratitude to Mark McKay.
Cast:

JE = Jimmy Edwards

DB = Dick Bentley

JN = Joy Nicholls

JW = June Whitfield

With:

CW = Clarence Wright



WB = Wilfrid Babbage

WE = Wallas Eaton

HM = Herbert Mostyn (Muir/Norden)

Guests:


Announcers: AD = Alan Dean, DD = David Dunhill, Brian Matthew = BM, AW = Adrian Waller, JH = John Hobday, DS = Douglas Smith

Writers: FM = Frank Muir, DN = Denis Norden, EM = Eric Merriman, BT = Barry Took
Music: The Keynotes, the BBC Augmented Revue Orchestra /Frank Cantrell/Robert Buzby/Paul Fenoulhet/Harry Rabinowitz/Peter Achester(?)/Malcolm Lothgar, AC = Alma Cogan, CS = Charles Shadwell and His Orchestra, Frank Cantrell/Bristol Variety Orchestra, SP = Sid Phillips and his band, PD = Polka Dots, TE = Toni Eden, PGS = Pa Glum Songbook

Producers: CM = Charles Maxwell, CC = Charles Chilton


Date


Episode Number

Episode Details

Cast

JL (editor)

Location

(MH)


S

23-Mar-1948

#1

S01e01


Producer cancels show– Lullaby of Broadway – Jimmy’s play -- You’re the Prettiest Thing – Jim: written play and acting roles / “Trial of Madame Z”










M

30-Mar-1948

#2

s01e02


Introducing comedy and a name – Easter Parade – Dick and Joy read a romantic script – Experience – Jim: life in Africa / “White Congo”










M

06-Apr-1948

#3

s01e03

Jim and Dick practice name dropping – Ballin’ the Jack – Dick wants to do drama Yah-ta-ta – Jim: film productions / “It always rains on my Seventh Upturned Executioner”











M

13-Apr-1948

#4

s01e04


Jim And Dick are looking for digs – Side by side – Alan Dean offers accommodation – Why Shouldn’t It Happen To Us? – Jim: interrupted / “Matinee on the Bounty”










M

20-Apr-1948

#5

s01e05


Locked in by the landlady – Missouri Waltz – Dick wants to marry Jo(y) – Will it ever really be like this? – “Low Geste”










M

27-Apr-1948

#6

s01e06


Inviting BBC producer to renew the contract – I Don’t Know Why – Dick’s party plan – Mrs. Losborough-Goodby Daily Echo correspondent interviews Jim / “Stooge Coach”










M

04-May-1948

#7

s01e07


Party preparations – – – The Song’s Gotta Come from the Heart – Alan wants a part in the play / “The Wimpoles of Barrett Street“










M

11-May-1948

#8

s01e08


Party cleanup / Chance of writing for a magazine – Bye Bye Blackbird – Jim, editor of ITFH magazine? – The Crow and the Blackbird – Jim: France / “The Three Muskeeteers”










M

18-May-1948

#9

s01e09


A musical evening – Let’s Do It – quiz questions for Alan Dean – Jim: India / “The Search for Four Feathers or the Lives of a Windmill Dancer”










M

25-May-1948

#10

s01e10


Publicity Photo of Dick – Carolina in the Morning – Dick sells clothes – I Love a Mystery – “The Big House or Up the River without a Paddle”










M

01-Jun-1948

#11

s01e11


Payment by laughter scale – Miss Annabel Lee – Keynotes whip-round to Dick – Big Brass Band From Brazil – Jim: Frankenstein / “The Ghoul and Boris show”










M

08-Jun-1948

#12

s01e12

Snitzelpuff powder – The Knick Knack Song – mousetraps – It’s a Quiet Town – Jim: boxing / “He Knocked the Odd Man Out or You Always Hurt the One you Glove”











M

15-Jun-1948

#13

s01e13


TIFH Music Festival – You’re in Kentucky sure as you’re born – singing for the Music Festival – His Rocking Horse Ran Away – Jim: education / “Goodbye Mr. Chips or We’ll Meet a Cane”










M

22-Jun-1948

#14

s01e14


Milk Train to Cowes – The Froggie and the Catfish – Addressing a child – Pardon Me Pretty Baby – kiddies’ week










M

29-Jun-1948

#15

s01e15

Buffalo Bentley rides again – Bread and Butter Woman – Forever Amber – Wrap your Troubles in Dreams – The London Chronicle











M

06-Jul-1948

#16

s01e16


Trouble at the Mill or Loom504 – Dance Ballerina – holiday camp – I’ll never say never again – holiday seaside week










M

13-Jul-1948

#17

s01e17


Crime does not pay but the hours are good – There ought to be a society – Eugene Interludes “Strange O’neill” – In the shade of the old apple tree – Chief of 3rd Programme is in the audience










M

20-Jul-1948

#18

s01e18

Egg Bound or I think that I shall never see a film without Pyschiatry – woody Woodpecker – can’t read in bed – Peggy O’Neil – focus on Britain week











M

27-Jul-1948

#19

s01e19


There’s no business like snow business – there’s no business like show business – Design of Bitter or Sweet Lives – Nebraska – the Olympics Welcome Committee










M

03-Aug-1948

#20

s01e20


What’s cooking on the range? – Miss Johnson Phoned Again Today – rude picture machine – red, red robin – focus on Bank Holiday










M

10-Aug-1948

#21

s01e21

21 Today (21st episode) / Focus of Parties – Tiptoe Through the Tulips – Harry Hickory: superstitions / Hot Dog opera – Be a Clown – Jim’s Program Notes: newspaper columnist – “Late Night Final”


JE, DB, JN, CW

AD

KN, BBC/FC



FM/DN

CM


30:00, 7034, m

good


TIFH A1

G

17-Aug-1948

#22

s01e22


White Congo or If you go Zulu I’ll go Mosere, I’m gonna see a lot more of You – insurance policy – If I had a talking picture of you – Romance Week










M

24-Aug-1948

#23

s01e23


Jim and Dick, Songwriters / Focus on Leisure – Ballin’ the Jack – Harry Hickory: meeting the milkman / Yes-No Quiz contestant / The Second Mrs. Fraser – Daddy Surprise Me – Jim’s Program Notes – “My Sister And I or There’s Nurse to Follow”

JE, DB, JN, CW

AD

KN, BBC/FC



FM/DN

CM


29:38, 6949, m

wow/flutter

very muffled, poor


TIFH A1

R

31-Aug-1948


#24

s01e24


Focus on Radio – Let’s Do It – Harry Hickory: can’t smoke in bed / Wallys’ working party – Music Master – If you knew Sansea or How Green is this corn










M

07-Sep-1948

#25

s01e25


Focus on Entertainment – Let’s Do It – Harry hickory: giving up braces in favour of a belt / Hamlet in Hollywood – Sipping Cyder by the Zyder Zee – No Room at the White Horse Inn










M

14-Sep-1948

#26

s01e26


Gardening / Focus on Careers – I’m Sitting on top of the world – Harry Hickory: marriage advice bureau – The Dicky Bird Song – Boobs on Broadway








M


21-Sep--1948

#27

s01e27


Late night Start / Focus on nightlife – Put your arms around me honey – Harry Hickory: football pools / playwriting competition – Cuanto le Gusta – Debenture Unlimited










M

28-Sep-1948

#28

s01e28


Radio Times’ 25th anniversary / Focus on Better Listening – I’d love to live in Loveland – Harry Hickory: spychology – Betty Blue – TIFH with Father










M

05-Oct-1948

#29

s01e29


Last programme / Preparation for playing the Albert Hall – Crazy Rhythm – Harry Hickory : milkman and wife / forming vocal quartet – Le Mariposa? – The Best Years of our TIFH










M

28-Dec--1948

#30

s02e01


Competition from other shows / Jim’s protégé, Wal / Alan Dean wants to be an actor – Ain’t She sweet – Holiday Hiccup – Yes-No Samba – Once aboard the lugger or Man the TIFH Boats










M

04-Jan-1949

#31

s01e02


New Year’s resolutions – The Lady from 29 Palms – Scrapheap for 1948 – A Little Bird – On a Highland with you or Sporran Affair










M

11-Jan-1949

#32

s02e03

The listener research form / Wal: Ted Applewell The Object of My Affection – Facts on Listener Research / Dick Barton Special Agent for Children Put Your Shoes On Lucy – “The Bentley Boy or It’s That Rattigan”


JE, DB, JN, WE

AD

KN, BBC/FC



FM/DN

CM


22:54, 5368, m

poor, variable sound, songs omitted



TIFH A1

Y

18-Jan-1949

#33

s02e04


Jim’s Letter of Proposal / Wal: Mabel Bucket – Every Little While – Facts on Country Life – The Maharajah of Magador – Catchphrases / Jim: entertaining a party of opticians / “You’re The Crime In My Café or They Made Me a Milkshake”

JE, DB, JN, WE

AD

KN, BBC/FC



FM/DN

CM


28:00, 6564, m

fair


TIFH A1

Y

25-Jan-1949

#34

s02e05


Willoughby’s Wonderful Whiffs advertising deal / Wal: Jim’s schooldays – Little Girl – Facts on Advertising – The Pussy Cat Song – Jim: Restoration comedy / “Forever Edwards or Amber ‘Neath the Urges”

JE, DB, JN, WE

AD

KN, BBC/FC



FM/DN

CM


28:33, 6695, m

fair

TIFH A1


G

01-Feb-1949

#35

s02e06


Moustache Insurance / Wal: Florrie Shuttle – Takin’ Miss Mary to the Ball – Facts on Education / The Bronte Story – The 5:45 – Jim: trip to France / “Sir Percy Bentley or The Scarlet Pimple”

JE, DB, JN, WE

AD

KN, BBC/FC



FM/DN

CM


29:18, 6869, m

good/fair



TIFH A1

G

08-Feb-1949

#36

s02e07


Dick’s got a flat / Wal: Gertrude Slobber – We Just Couldn’t Say Goodbye – Facts on the press / Home life of Dick Barton – Hang on the Bell Nellie – How Red was my River or Driving the Herd to Texas










M

15-Feb-1949

#37

s02e08

Joy’s clothes – Ukulele Lady – Facts on Sport – A Man Could Be a Wonderful Thing – The Goony Pig or Zombie and Son











M

22-Feb-1949

#38

s02e09


-- Mañana – -- Me and Johnny – Much Binding in Morocco or Bentley le Boko










M

01-Mar-1949

#39

s02e10


-- Walking My Baby Back Home – -- Put Him in a Box and Tie Him up with Ribbon – Boy Meets Earl or Little Lord Bentleyboy










M

08-Mar-1949

#40

s02e11


-- You, you’re Driving Me Crazy – -- The Crystal Gazer – Lumbago Comes to Tarzan









M



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