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'Still More About Biffer '
A new series of stories by Elf Lewis Clarke told by Ernest Jay
1-' I Go to a Cricket Match '
' The Jewelled Glove'
(A sequel to
The Secret of Winterstream
A new serial in four parts by Modwena Sedgwick
1—' The Finding of the Glove ' with Eric Lugg and Arthur Bush
Production by Josephine Plummer
It is some time now since the Secret of Winterstream was unravelled and Jem has settled down peacefully at Brick Hall with his uncle, Nathanial Deeth. Then one day. when Jem is riding in Epping Forest, he finds a mysterious jewelled glove. He is determined to discover its rightful owner-but little does he guess to what queer places and strange company the search will lead him.


Stories By: Elf Lewis Clarke
Told By: Ernest Jay
Unknown: Modwena Sedgwick
Unknown: Eric Lugg
Production By: Josephine Plummer
Unknown: Nathanial Deeth.
Jem,a man: Bruce Belfrage
Jem,a boy: Harold Reese
Nathanial Deeth: Arthur Young
The Tinker: Wilfred Babbage
Captain Jocelyn: Gordon McLeod
Cloude Jocelyn, his sister: Beryl Calder
Annie Loveday: Diana Maddox
Mrs Sorrell: Hilda Davies
Mr Trim: Peter Garstin
Landlord of ' The Robin Hood: Howard Rose

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