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CHILDREN'S HOUR

Synopsis

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Sunday At Five
'In the Steps of St. Paul'
Nineteen hundred years ago St. Paul was shipwrecked on Malta. In this centenary year David Davis and David Lloyd James read extracts from H. V. Morton 's book, which vividly describes St. Paul's life and travels, and places he visited.
2—St. Paul sets foot in Europe
5.20 ' The Tmmpet-Major '
A tale of Wessex by Thomas Hardy
Dramatised in six episodes by John Keir Cross
3—' How Wessex Prepared for War '
Produced by Archie Campbell

Contributors

Unknown: David Davis
Unknown: David Lloyd
Unknown: H. V. Morton
Produced By: Archie Campbell
John Loveday: John Drake
Bob Loveday: John Bennett
Matilda Johnson: June Barrie
Anne Garland: Angela Brooking
Mrs Garland: Ruby Luscombe
Miller Loveday: Basil Jones
Festus Derriman: Hugh David
Squire Derriman: George Holloway
Volunteer Sergeant: Edgar Harrison
Members of Militia: Peter Wilde,
Members of Militia: Stephen Jack
Members of Militia: Clive Batchelor
The Storyteller: Harold Reese






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