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CHILDREN'S HOUR

Synopsis

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For Children of Most Ages
' Things I Wouldn't Have Missed
First of a new series of talks by George Nash
'The Omelette Tragedy
5.15 For Older Children
' The Company of the Locket '
A new serial play written for broadcasting by Constance Teear
1—' Attack in the Hills'
Produced by Lorraine Davies
It is the summer of 1656 and Oliver Cromwell is Lord Protector of England.
Captain Edmund Rogers is ordered to lead a detachment of dragoons into Wales to investigate the activities of a band oi outlaws known as 'The Company ot the Locket.'

Contributors

Unknown: George Nash
Broadcasting By: Constance Teear
Produced By: Lorraine Davies
Produced By: Oliver Cromwell
Captain Edmund Rogers: Noel Johnson
Lieutenant Gwilym Hughes: Brinley Jenkins
Corporal Tom Griffiths: Dillwyn Owen
Catrin Lewis: Gwenyth Petty
William Jones: Huw Jones
Red Owain: Cynddylan Williams
Toby Badger: Basil Jones
Isaac Lort: Prysor Williams
Woman: Dilys Davies






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