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Children's Hour

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
For Listeners of All Ages
More Yarns of a Shellback
Douglas V. Duff comes to the studio to spin another series of yarns about the odd and exciting things that happen at sea
3 - 'The Ship That Swallowed Three Crews'
'Biggles by Captain W.E. Johns
Six stories from 'Biggles' Chinese Puzzle' and 'Biggles of the Interpol'
Adapted for radio by Bertha Lonsdale
3 - 'Biggles and the Flying Crusaders'
Production by Trevor Hill
5.50 Children's Hour prayers
Conducted by C.A. Joyce

Contributors

Unknown: Captain W. E. Johns
Production By: Trevor Hill
Conducted By: C. A. Joyce
Storyteller: Norman Richley
Biggies: Jack Watson
Algy: Barrie Hesketh
Ginger: Norman Somers
Bertie: Philip Waddilove
Sir Giles Mancroft, an early pioneer of flying 'now residing at Mancroft Castle: Leonard Williams
Smithers his mechanic: Herbert Smith
Silberman, an ex-pilot of the famous Eeaddrille Squadron of the famous First World War: Geoffrey Banks
Galton a young American airman: John Loukes

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