Saturday 3 June 1961

Panel: Russ Conway, Jack Jackson, Kim Tracy +1

Radio Times: “Jack Jackson’s brand of irreverent humour needed when things are getting too serious.”

Times, 070661
Jacqueline Gander, aged 15, of Eastbourne admitted stealing £80 which had been sent to the British Youth for Christ movement. She had appeared on JBJ last Saturday and she was told she must pay the fine of £15 when she receives the 30 guineas for appearing on the programme. She worked for a hairdresser under the office of the Movement and had collected mail for both of them. She said, “One I had started, I found it easy to continue.”
Daily Mirror 070461
“Her father thought his daughter had done ‘a disgraceful and terrible thing’.”

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