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: The Children's Hour

Violoncello Solos by CLAIRE MATHEWS
Aunt Anna 's Tales of Ancient Greece
Uncle Dick's Zoo Talk


Unknown: Eileen Carroll
Solos By: Claire Mathews
Solos By: Aunt Anna

: ' The First News '

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional News

: ' The Second News

Weather Forecast
Second General News Bulletin

: Famous Trials: 3: Richard Hathaway

Compiled from the original records by George Wright
The Trial took place at the Surrey Assizes on May 8, 1702, before Lord Chief Justice Holt. The charge was that the prisoner was a cheat and an impostor, in that he sought to cause Sarah Morduck to be burned at the stake for witchcraft.
Richard Hathaway
Lord Chief Justice Holt
Mr. Conyers Counsel for the Mr. Brodrick/Crown
Sir Thomas Jenner (Serjeant at Law),
Counsel for the Defence
Sarah Morduck
Witnesses for the Prosecution:
The Rev. Dr. Martin; Mrs. Johnson; William Bateman; Mr. Hearne, brother to Sarah Morduck; Mr. Kensey, a chirurgeon; Elizabeth Baker, his servant; Mr. Stanton; Elizabeth Brand
Witnesses for the Defence:
Mr. Gibson; Mr. Flummery; Anne Pearse, from the Hospital; Elizabeth Willoughby; Mr. Webb; Mr. Powell; Mrs. Davonport; Mrs. Walker; Mrs. Dorman; Mrs. Dean; Dr.
Hamilton; Sir Thomas Lane; Mr. Spurling
Foreman of the Jury and a Rude Medley of the Vulgar
Among those taking part are:
Nicholas Hannen, Frank Birch, Wallace Evennett, Henry Hallatt, Norman Shelley, Beatrice Gilbert, Eddie Jaye, Graveley Edwards, Philip Wade, Hal Walters, Denis Waldock, Elizabeth Addison, Wilfred Fletcher, Kathleen Rowse, Joyce Wodeman, Sylvia de Wit and Victor Keefe


Unknown: George Wright
Unknown: Sarah Morduck
Unknown: Holt Mr.
Unknown: Sir Thomas Jenner
Unknown: Sarah Morduck
Unknown: Rev. Dr. Martin
Unknown: William Bateman
Unknown: Sarah Morduck
Unknown: Elizabeth Baker
Unknown: Elizabeth Willoughby
Unknown: Hamilton Sir Thomas Lane
Unknown: Nicholas Hannen
Unknown: Frank Birch
Unknown: Wallace Evennett
Unknown: Henry Hallatt
Unknown: Norman Shel
Unknown: Beatrice Gilbert
Unknown: Eddie Jaye
Unknown: Graveley Edwards
Unknown: Philip Wade
Unknown: Hal Walters
Unknown: Denis Waldock
Unknown: Elizabeth Addison
Unknown: Wilfred Fletcher
Unknown: Kathleen Rowse
Unknown: Joyce Wodeman
Unknown: Victor Keefe
Production By: Lance Sieveking


Relayed from Monseigneur
(National Programme)
Weather Forecast for Northern Ireland at 22.30 (10.30)


Unknown: Lew Stone

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