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CHILDREN'S HOUR

Synopsis

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For Listeners of All Ages
* Laughing Crusader '
A radio biography of Sir Robert Jones
(1857-1933)
The pioneer orthopaedic surgeon who devoted his life to the benefit of cripples, especially children
Written for broadcasting by Bertha Lonsdale
Production by Herbert Smith

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Robert Jones
Production By: Herbert Smith
Narrator: Deryck Guyler
Sir Robert Jones,as boy: Lionel Coutts
Sir Robert Jones,as youth: Alan Rothwell
Sir Robert Jones,as man: Geoffrey Banks
Mary Jones, his mother: Rosalie Williams
Jack, his brother: Clive Barlow
Nell, his sister: Sandra Billington
Hugh Owen Thomas: Noel Johnson
Elizabeth Thomas: Joan Sharp
Dame Agnes Hunt: Madeleine Vacher
Mrs Hunt: Lucia Rogers
A bank manager: Graham Tennant
A doctor: Norman Somers
Bessie, a young patient: Lizbeth Ann Stewart

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