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: 'A Question of Name ' and ' Masterman's Luck ' : Two Short Stories written and told by Mr. J. L. HODSON

THE part-author of ' Tang o'the Sea, the short sketch that was so successfully broadcast from Manchester during the Lifeboat Programme in May, will this afternoon read two of his own short stories. Mr. Hodson is News Editor of the Northern Edition of the Daily Mail, for which jonrnal he also does some dramatic criticism. Three of his plays have already been broadcast from the Manchester Station and several have been produced at the Manchester Repertory Theatre.

: BAND Music by the MORECAMBE Municipal MILITARY BAND. conducted by EDWARD DUNN,

Director of Music to the Morecambe Corporation.
Relayed from the West End Bandstand,
Morecambe Selection from Popular Melodies of Schubert

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: Plantation Music :
Plantation Songs (arr. Clutsam). played by the Sunshine Trio. More Brer Rabbit Stories. * Curly Headed Babby ' (Clutsam) and ' Swing Along Chilun '(Cook), sung by Harry Hopewell

: S.B. from London

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