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(By arrangement with Roy Limberl ) presents
'Village Wooing'
' by Bernard Shaw
Relayed from
The Festival Theatre, Malvern Conversation I. On the lounge deck of the Empress of Patagonia, a pleasure ship Conversation 2. In a Village Shop and Post Office on the Wiltshire Downs
Conversation 3 The same
Malvern Repertory Company was founded by Roy Limbert. In addition to the season at Malvern, it goes on tour to repertory and other theatres. Mr. Lindsell Stuart is its leading man.
(' Village Wooing' was broadcast in the National programme last night.)


Arrangement With: Roy Limberl
Unknown: Bernard Shaw
Unknown: Roy Limbert.
Unknown: Mr. Lindsell Stuart
A: R Lindsell Stuart
Z: Phyllis Gill

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