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CHILDREN'S HOUR

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This Week's Programmes
5.5 A Nursery Programme
' Dorcas the Wooden Doll': a serial story by Mary F. Moore , told byMay E. Jenkin (Elizabeth). 1-' I am Carved '
Dorcas, the wooden doll, was carved over two hundred years ago in the days of Queen Anne. Unlike Queen Anne, she is very much alive today. What's more, in telling her story she recreates the spacious period of her early days. Dorcas is a very human doll. * You are charming,' says the man who made her, and he put her on the side of the boat in which he completed her, to let dry the paint on her face. Like Narcissus she fell in, for vanity is not peculiar only to men, and her adventures began.
' He Sang to a Small Guitar': another nonsense programme by Elton Hayes. 6—' The Quangle Wangle's Hat'
' Me Versus the Night-Watch-man ': third of a new series of stories from ' Biffer, the Autobiography of a Cocker Spaniel ,' by Elf Lewis Clarke , told by Ernest Jay

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Story By: Mary F. Moore
Told By: May E. Jenkin
Programme By: Elton Hayes.
Unknown: Cocker Spaniel
Unknown: Elf Lewis Clarke
Told By: Ernest Jay

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